Boys swimming

Oak Harbor 90, Mount Vernon 71: Oak Harbor won seven events while defeating Mount Vernon for its third Wesco North victory.

Snohomish 115, Marysville-Pilchuck 71: Andy Ferguson swam on two winning relay teams and won two individual events, including the 500-yard freestyle in which he swam a state meet qualifying time, to help Snohomish stay undefeated in the Wesco North.

200 medley relay-Snohomish (Pedack, Stewart, Ferguson, MacMillan) 1:45.69; 200 freestyle-Fuchs (S) 1:58.84; 200 individual medley-Pedack (S) 2:08.65; 50 freestyle-Pepin (M-P) :23.23; Diving-Elander (S) 200.7; 100 butterfly-Ferguson (S) :58.22; 100 freestyle-MacMillan (S) :50.42; 500 freestyle-Ferguson (S) 5:02.49*; 200 freestyle relay-M-P (Pepin, Nagle, Kelly, Stepura) 1:36.17; 100 backstroke-MacMillan (S) :58.09; 100 breaststroke-Bernauer (S) 1:04.95; 400 freestyle relay-Snohomish (Ferguson, MacMillan, Pedack, Stewart) 3:32.63. Records-Snohomish 5-0 in league, 7-1 overall. M-P 3-2, 5-2.

*4A state meet qualifying time.

Lake Stevens 123, Everett 61: Lake Stevens’ Owen Todd and Max Hinricksen led the Vikings to a Wesco North win. Todd won the 200-yard individual medley and 100 butterfly events while Hinricksen won the 200 freestyle and 100 breaststroke events. Both were members of the winning 200 and 400 freestyle relay squads.

200 medley relay-Lake Stevens (Collison, Block, Farmer, Cam Brooke) 1:59.09; 200 freestyle-Hinricksen (Lake Stevens) 1:48.95; 200 individual medley-Todd (Lake Stevens) 2:07.69; 50 freestyle-Stone (Lake Stevens) 23.70; Diving-Jenson (Everett) 164.50; 100 butterfly-Todd (Lake Stevens) 57.81; 100 freestyle-Frankhauser (Everett) 52.89; 500 freestyle-Stone (Lake Stevens) 5:28.86; 200 freestyle relay-Lake Stevens (Oliver, Hinricksen, Todd, Stone) 1:34.27; 100 backstroke-Dykgraff (Lake Stevens) 1:04.79; 100 breaststroke-Hinricksen (Lake Stevens) 1:07.68; 400 freestyle relay-Lake Stevens (Cam Brooke, Oliver, Dykgraff, Collison) 3:24.59. Records-Lake Stevens 5-0 league, 7-1 overall. Everett 2-4, 6-4.

Cascade 89, Stanwood 83: Senior Derrin Richards won the diving competition to lead the Bruins to the Wesco North victory.

200 medley relay-Stanwood (not reported) 2:26.24; 200 freestyle-Petereit (Cascade) 2:20.95; 200 individual medley-Pope (Stanwood) 2:25.15; 50 freestyle-Glad (Stanwood) 24.26; Diving-Richards (Cascade) 95.00; 100 butterfly-Rittscher (Stanwood) 1:02.08; 100 freestyle-Glad (Stanwood) 54.92; 500 freestyle-Pope (Stanwood) 5:47.76; 200 freestyle relay-Cascade (Feskins, Slattum, Fitzgerald, Engebretsen) 1:49.78; 100 backstroke-Rittscher (Stanwood) 1:02.15; 100 breaststroke-Slattum (Cascade) 1:16.98; 400 freestyle relay-Stanwood (not reported) 4:03.33. Records-Cascade 1-4 league, 4-6 overall. Stanwoodl 0-5, 1-8.

Meadowdale 133, Mariner 47: Kyle Asp won his two individual events as well as swimming on two winning relay teams to lead Meadowdale to the Wesco South victory.

200 medley relay-Meadowdale (Votaw, Bahl, Asp, Garvey) 2:02.42; 200 freestyle-Bahl (Meadowdale) 2:19.71; 200 individual medley-Garvey (Meadowdale) 2:36.98; 50 freestyle-Keane (Meadowdale) 24.17; Diving-Bonner (Mariner) 121.15; 100 butterfly-Asp (Meadowdale) 1:02.68; 100 freestyle-Holyan (Mariner) 58.73; 500 freestyle-Shiu (Meadowdale) 5:48.58; 200 freestyle relay-Meadowdale (Asp, Boyce, Shiu, Keane) 1:40.20; 100 backstroke-Keane (Meadowdale) 1:01.23; 100 breaststroke-Bahl (Meadowdale) 1:10.05; 400 freestyle relay-Meadowdale (Asp, Boyce, Shiu, Keane) 3:42.50. Records-Meadowdale 2-4 league, 5-4 overall. Mariner 1-6, 3-8.

Edmonds-Woodway 123, Lynnwood 40: Chris Scotten took first place in the 200-yard individual medley as well as swimming on the winning 400 freestyle relay team to lead the Warriors to the Wesco South win. Brandon Kees also took first place in the 200 freestyle for E-W.

200 medley relay-E-W (Ciefman, Lim, Dennis, Takara) 2:04.44; 200 freestyle-Kees (E-W) 2:33.81; 200 individual medley-Scotten (E-W) 2:24.93; 50 freestyle-Stoll (Lynnwood) 24.45; Diving-Burke (Lynnwood) 119.05; 100 butterfly-Dennis (E-W) 1:04.57; 100 freestyle-Tainter (E-W) 52.98; 500 freestyle-Dennis (E-W) 5:35.97; 200 freestyle relay-E-W (Quealey, Webber, Christie, Tainter) 1:47.67; 100 backstroke-Tainter (E-W) 59.78; 100 breaststroke-Stoll (Lynnwood) 1:16.21; 400 freestyle relay-E-W (Dennis, O’Nealey, Scotten, Tainter) 3:59.60. Records-E-W 3-3 league, 4-4 overall. Lynnwood 0-6, 0-9.

Jackson 108, Shorecrest 75: Matt Warren led the Timberwolves with wins in the 50-yard freestyle and 100 backstroke events and as part of the 200 medley relay team.

200 medley relay-Jackson (Warren, P. Mullins, Wang, Tracy) 1:46.88; 200 freestyle-Thompson (Shorecrest) 1:57.84; 200 individual medley-Leasant (Jackson) 2:08.01; 50 freestyle-Warren (Jackson) 23.62; Diving-McCorkell (Shorecrest) 198.55; 100 butterfly-Chivers (Jackson) 1:00.39; 100 freestyle-Tracy (Jackson) 52.21; 500 freestyle-Thompson (Shorecrest) 5:11.33; 200 freestyle relay-Jackson (Chivers, Warren, P. Mullins, Tracy) 1:35.75; 100 backstroke-Warren (Jackson) 1:00.90; 100 breaststroke-P. Mullins (Jackson) 1:13.26; 400 freestyle relay-Jackson (A. Mullins, PLeasant, Ramos, Benson) 3:52.14. Records-Jackson 7-0 league, 9-0 overall. Shorecrest 3-3, 5-4.

Kamiak 113, Mountlake Terrace 72: Paul Jellison, Mitch Drury and Ken Aphibal all captured individual events and swam on a winning relay to lead Kamiak to the Wesco South victory.

200 medley relay-Kamiak (Chambers, Price, Zuvala, Overland) 1:57.92; 200 freestyle-Jellison (K) 2:07.59; 200 individual medley-Daniels (K) 2:23.07; 50 freestyle-Dickson (MLT) 24.79; Diving-Dudak (K) 184.30; 100 butterfly-Aphibal (K) 1:01.50; 100 freestyle-Forsburg (MLT) 55.53; 500 freestyle-Zuvala (K) 5:45.56; 200 freestyle relay-Mountlake Terrace (Lee, Forsburg, Dickson, Wilkins-High) 1:40.35; 100 backstroke-Drury (K) 1:02.01; 100 breaststroke-Taubenack (K) 1:12.15; 400 freestyle relay-Kamiak (Drury, Jellison, Overland, Aphibal) 3:51.72. Records-Kamiak 6-0 league, 7-2 overall. Mountlake Terrace 1-5, 4-6.

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