Prep boys swimming: Shorecrest 130, Monroe 45

At Shoreline Pool

200 medley relay—Shorecrest (Carter Osborne, Ethan Hausman, Grant Heisey, Axel Wickstrom) 1:47.95; 200 freestyle—Gunnar Ruud (S) 2:05.63; 200 individual medley—Grant Heisey (S) 2:05.01; 50 freestyle—Sam Winningham (S) 27.12; Diving—Aaron Moss (S) 270.75; 100 butterfly—Brian Okazaki (S) 1:00.71; 100 freestyle—Trent Jones (S) 54.44; 500 freestyle—Logan Wintermute (M) 5:37.58; 200 freestyle relay—Monroe (Rowan Thompson, Nolan Conradt, Benjamin Conklin, Peter Miyoshi) 1:45.27; 100 backstroke—Joseph Uchytil (S) 1:14.34; 100 breaststroke—Sam Winningham (S) 1:15.70; 400 freestyle relay—Shorecrest (Carter Osborne, Axel Wickstrom, Russel Groves, Ethan Hausman) 3:30.31.

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