Prep girls swimming: Mount Vernon 116, Archbishop Murphy 54

At Skagit Valley YMCA

200 medley relay—Mount Vernon (Ware, Frazinni, Hubbard, Larrick); 200 freestyle—I. Hubbard (MV) 2:14.05; 200 individual medley—Claire Main (AM) 3:28.92; 50 freestyle—Larrick (MV) 29.85; 100 butterfly—Hubbard (MV) 1:05.14; 100 freestyle—K. Ware (MV) 1:01.18; 500 freestyle—J. Schneider (MV) 7:05.85; 200 freestyle relay—Mount Vernon (Frazzini, You, Larrick Romero) 2:22.78; 100 backstroke—Kaelee McClosky (AM) 1:07.33; 100 breaststroke—M. Frazini (MV) 1:20.16; 400 freestyle relay—Mount Vernon (Romero, Larrick, Ware, Hubbard) 4:20.16.

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