Prep boys swimming: Everett Meet

Glacier Peak 87, Everett 81

At Forest Park Pool

200—Medley Relay Glacier Peak (Cossalter, McDowell, Lavigne, Macmillan) 2:01.29; 200—Free Patrick McDowell (GP) 2:06.80

200 IM— Nicholas Lavigne (GP) 2:20.67; 50 Free—Max Cassalter (GP) 28.33; 100 Fly—Max Cassalter (GP) 1:14.63; 100 Free—Cameron Lee (E) 58.16; 500 Free—Patrirck McDowell (GP) 5:38.81; 200 Free Relay—Glacier Peak (Robinson, Eagley, Ananenko, Lavigne) 1:57.57; 100 Back—Nicholas Lavigne (GP) 1:06.72; 100 Breast—Curran MacMillan (GP) 1:11.36; 400 Free Relay—Glacier Peak (McDowell, Cossalter, Eagley, Jarrod) 1:33.12.

Snohomish 116, Everett 54

At Forest Park Pool

200 medley relay—Snohomish (Fairhurst, Lemos, Rudolph, Williams) 1:58.07; 200 freestyle—Bo Salvadalena (S) 2:07.92; 200 individual medley—Easton Lemos (S) 2:14.66; 50 freestyle—Jacob Rudolph (S) 25.16; 100 butterfly—Lemos (S) 59.88; 100 freestyle—Jacob Rudolph (S) 55.66; 500 freestyle—Joe Sisneros (E) 5:57.38; 200 freestyle relay—Snohomish (Rudolph, Pope, Cardova, Lemos) 1:51.72; 100 backstroke—Brandon Fairhurst (S) 1:09.74; 100 breaststroke—Evan Campbell (S) 1:12.86; 400 freestyle relay—Snohomish (Salvadalena, Fairhurst, Campbell, Williams) 4:01.60.

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