Prep boys swimming: Snohomish Meet

At Snohomish Aquatic Center

Team Scores—Snohomish 108, Monroe 72; Mariner 101, Snohomish 84; Mariner 117, Monroe 58; Kamiak 131, Snohomish 55; Kamiak 140, Monroe 37; Monroe 88, Glacier Peak 82; Mariner 117, Glacier Peak 62; Kamiak 140, Glacier Peak 41; Cascade 116, Monroe 63; Kamiak 132, Cascade 53.

200 medley relay—1. Kamiak (Lee, Limm, Schumann, Tacuyan) 1:46.72, 2. Mariner (Anderson, Irizarry, Angeles) 1:56.27, 4. Snohomish (Wheeler, Campbell, Fairhurst, Williams) 2:01.17, 5. Cascade (Stober, Kapetanov, Nguyen, Cizek) 2:01.56, 9. Glacier Peak (Robinson, Ananenko, Lavigne, Middleton-Sharpe) 2:10.17; 200 freestyle—1. Shelby Lee (K) 1:51.82, 3. Tarek Farouk (C) 1:54.19, 5. Patrick McDowell (GP) 2:03.28, 8. Josue Angeles (Mar) 2:04.88, 9. Cameron Wood (Mon) 2:05.18; 200 individual medley—1. Henry Limm (K) 2:02.22, 4. Mauricio Hernandez (Mar) 2:30.18, 5. Evan Campbell (S) 2:30.64, 6. Christopher Nguyen (C) 2:31.65, 8. Nick Schmeck (Mon) 2:39.37; 50 freestyle—1. Easton Lemos (S) 22.80, 2. Eben Schumann (K) 23.12, 4. Travis Spitzock (C) 23.92, 7. Christian Cuellar (Mar) 24.73, 15. Curran MacMillan (GP) 25.97; Diving—1. Hunter Graver (S) 193.00, 2. Justin Welch (C) 175.55, 3. Jared Christner (K) 166.05, 4. Andre Robledo (Mar) 157.50; 100 butterfly—1. Nicholas Lavigne (GP) 56.04, 2. Logan Wintermute (Mon) 58.56, 3. Joon Lee (K) 59.60, 4. Angeles (Mar) 1:00.15, 7. Rami Sabra (C) 1:00.94; 100 freestyle—1. Schumann (K) 50.48, 2. Spitzock (C) 52.95, 3. Cuellar (Mar) 54.39, 7. Andre Shigetomi (GP) 56.32, 10. Trenton Schroeder (Mon) 59.20; 500 freestyle—1. Limm (K) 4:57.06, 3. Lemos (S) 5:12.50, 4. Farouk (C) 5:14.46, 6. Wood (Mon) 5:45.63, 11. Taylor Smith (Mar) 6:18.77; 200 freestyle relay—1. Kamiak (Schumann, Kusuda, Doi, Limm) 1:36.01, 2. Snohomish (Tonsgard, Rudolph, Salvadalena, Lemos) 1:38.79, 3. Cascade (Farouk, Cizek, Sabra, Spitzock), 4. Mariner (Spath, Stankovic, Smith, Cuellar) 1:39.22, 6. Monroe (Wood, Wiseman, Pygott, Wintermute) 1:45.32; 100 backstroke—1. S.Lee (K) 0:55.55, 2. Wintermute (Mon) 1:04.05, 3. Lavigne (GP) 1:04.08, 5. Spencer Anderson (Mar) 1:06.18, 7. Robert Williams (S) 1:09.67; 100 breaststroke—1. Alonzo Tacuyan (K) 1:04.33, 3. McDowell (GP) 1:10.47, 4. Christopher Kapetanov (C) 1:10.70, 7. Riley Verdier (Mon) 1:14.75, 9. Sinisa Stankovic (Mar) 1:16.07; 400 freestyle relay—1. Kamiak (Carey, Lee, Song, Kusuda) 3:33.55, 2. Snohomish (Salvadalena, Rudolph, Williams, Lemos) 3:41.57, 3. Mariner (Spath, Smith, Angeles, Cuellar) 3:42.23, 4. Cascade (Farouk, Stober, Sabra, Cuellar) 3:42.23, 5. Monroe (Wood, Schroeder, Verdier, Wintermute) 3:54.13.

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