Prep girls swimming: Jackson 129, Lynnwood 41

At West Coast Aquatics Center

200 medley relay—Jackson (Brittni Burgess, Alexis Stamey, Nicole Limberg, Ashley Sawyer) 2:03.96; 200 freestyle—Mikalya Coglas (L) 2:19.74; 200 individual medley—Stamey 2:27.08; 50 freestyle—Serena Nguyen (J) 28.89; 100 butterfly—Allison Limargo (J) 1:10.57; 100 freestyle—Sara Salimi (J) 1:05.42; 500 freestyle—Francesca Cook (J) 6:00.79; 200 freestyle relay—Jackson (Stamey, Maddie Pressler, Burgess, Cook) 1:53.69; 100 backstroke—Maider Colio (J) 1:10.57; 100 breaststroke—Limargo 1:17.45; 400 freestyle relay—Jackson (Stamey, Sawyer, Nicole Limberg, Pressler) 3:54.20.

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