Jackson comes up short vs. Kamiak

MUKILTEO – Not having a diving program proved costly to Jackson Thursday.

Kamiak scored 13 points in the event en route to a 94-90 victory over the Timberwolves in a Wesco South boys swimming dual meet at the Kamiak pool.

Jackson came to the final event, the 400-yard freestyle relay, needing a 1-2 finish, but Kamiak was a solid second, out-pacing the third-place team by 30 seconds.

“The backstroke was close, two-tenths of a second,” Kamiak coach Chris Erickson said. “That’s a four-point swing right there.

“From the times I’ve seen Jackson, it looked like they swam well and our kids swam well.”

At Mukilteo

200 medley relay-Kamiak (Anderson, Trotter, Waters, Wells) 1:52.89; 200 freestyle-Lusier (K) 1:52.10; 200 individual medley-Trotter (K) 2:07.08; 50 freestyle-Lin (J) 24.74; Diving-Bedier (K) 178.20; 100 butterfly-Bensen (J) 1:02.37; 100 freestyle-Lusier (K) 51.70; 500 freestyle-Trotter (K) 4:59.39*; 200 freestyle relay-Jackson (Ramos, Pearson, Pleasant, Houng) 1:45.58; 100 backstroke-Anderson (K) 1:02.01; 100 breaststroke-Rogers (J) 1:09.52; 400 freestyle relay-Jackson (Pleasant, Bensen, Lin, Rogers) 3:36.91. Records-Jackson 1-1 league, 2-2 overall. Kamiak 3-1, 4-3.

*Class 4A state meet qualifying time.

Shorecrest 141, Lynnwood 18: Tyler Hayden and Bo Rorhback each won two events and swam on two winning relay teams for Shorecrest, which won all 12 events in the Wesco South meet.

At Shoreline

200 medley relay-Shorecrest (Kelly, LaSalle, Chen Bonato) 2:03.99; 200 freestyle-Hayden (Shorecrest) 1:55.22; 200 individual medley-Chien (S) 2:17.76; 50 freestyle-Rorhback (S) 24.40; Diving-Donahue (S) 102.85; 100 butterfly-Detersneck (S) 1:01.78; 100 freestyle-Rorhback (S) 54.68; 500 freestyle-Hayden (S) 5:17.33; 200 freestyle relay-Shorecrest (Rorhback, Lauth, Wang, Hayden) 1:37.64; 100 backstroke-Wright (S) 1:06.60; 100 breaststroke-Myette (S) 1:14.17; 400 freestyle relay-Shoreline (Rohrback, Chien, Wang, Hayden) 3:36.18. Records-Shorecrest 3-1 league, 4-3 overall. Lynnwood 0-1, 0-5.

Shorecrest 111, Meadowdale 68: Meadowdale’s Jonathan Keane recorded state qualifying times in the 100-yard freestyle (48.94 seconds) and 200 freestyle (1:50.02) in the Wesco South meet.

At Shoreline

200 medley relay-Meadowdale (D. Eli, A. Eli, Fenning, DeLisle) 2:01.96; 200 freestyle-Keane (Meadowdale) 1:50.02*; 200 individual medley-Chien (S) 2:17.76; 50 freestyle-Rorhback (S) 24.40; Diving-Donahue (S) 102.85; 100 butterfly-Detersneck (S) 1:01.78; 100 freestyle-Keane (M) 48.94*; 500 freestyle-Hayden (S) 5:17.33; 200 freestyle relay-Shorecrest (Rorhback, Lauth, Wang, Hayden) 1:37.64; 100 backstroke-Wright (S) 1:06.60; 100 breaststroke-Boyce (M) 1:13.96; 400 freestyle relay-Shoreline (Rohrback, Chien, Wang, Hayden) 3:36.18. Records-Shorecrest 3-1 league, 4-3 overall. Meadowdale 0-1, 2-3.

*Class 4A state meet qualifying time.

Snohomish 133, Stanwood 35: Snohomish won every event in the Wesco North meet. The Panthers’ Chris Fulton set a school record and swam under the state qualifying time with a time of 55.85 seconds in the 100-yard backstroke in the JV meet.

At Snohomish

200 medley relay-Snohomish (Williams, Rimbaugh, Hanley, Meyer) 1:54.86; 200 freestyle-Turner (Sn) 1:55.56; 200 individual medley-Pedack (Sn) 2:08.09; 50 freestyle-Meyer (Sn) 24.88; 100 butterfly-Williams (Sn) 1:01.68; 100 freestyle-Anderton (Sn) 53.55; 500 freestyle-Langer (Sn) 5:28.86; 200 freestyle relay-Snohomish (Pedack, Thoreson, Windau, Rimbaugh) 1:47.81; 100 backstroke-Zander (Sn) 58.99; 100 breaststroke-Barnett (Sn) 1:12.00; 400 freestyle relay-Snohomish (Meyer, Langer, Hanley, Williams) 3:42.8. Records-Stanwood 0-3 league, 1-6 overall. Snohomish 3-0, 7-0.

Marysville-Pilchuck 98, Mount Vernon 73: Marysville-Pilchuck placed first in all three relay races in the Wesco North victory.

At Mount Vernon

200 medley relay-M-P 1:50.94; 200 freestyle-Monson (MV) 2:06.11; 200 individual medley-Collins (MP) 2:20.66; 50 freestyle-C. Reinecke (MV) 1:03.82; Diving-Not held; 100 butterfly-K. Reinecke (MV) 56.03; 100 freestyle-C. Reinecke (MV) 56.03; 500 freestyle-Tweed (MP) 5:43.84; 200 freestyle relay-M-P 1:40.11; 100 backstroke-Garka (MP) 1:00.18; 100 breaststroke-K. Reinecke (MV) 1:08.92; 400 freestyle relay-M-P 3:47.51. Records-Marysville-Pilchuck 3-0 in league, 6-0 overall. Mount Vernon 1-2, 4-2.

Everett 97, Oak Harbor 73: Alex Tarr captured two events and swam on a winning relay to lead Everett to the Wesco North victory. Everett’s Brian Tarr and Dan Erickson each won two events. Evan Wilson led Oak Harbor with two individual wins.

At Oak Harbor

200 medley relay-Oak Harbor (Spence, Wilson, Chestnut, Hall) 2:05.47; 200 freestyle-A. Tarr (E) 2:07.11; 200 individual medley-B. Tarr (E) 2:30.32; 50 freestyle-Kastanski (E) 27.47; 100 butterfly-Erickson (E) 1:10.39; 100 freestyle-A. Tarr (E) 59.77; 500 freestyle-B. Tarr (E) 6:02.93; 200 freestyle relay-Everett (Kastanski, Sullivan, Davis, A. Tarr) 1:51.98; 100 backstroke-Erickson (E) 1:13.30; 100 breaststroke-Wilson (OH) 1:16.51; 400 freestyle relay-Oak Harbor (Hall, Spence, Bender, Wilson) 4:07.44. Records-Everett 1-1 league, 7-1 overall. Oak Harbor 1-2, 1-3.

Wrestling

Lakewood 83, Granite Falls 0: In the eight bouts not forfeited in the Cascade Conference meet, Lakewood wrestlers scored seven pins and a technical fall.

At Granite Falls

103-Davis (L) won by forfeit; 112-Warren (L) won by forfeit; 119-Edmonds (L) won by forfeit; 125-Priest (L) pinned Schneiders, 1st; 130-Twydell (L) won by forfeit; 135-Case (L) won by forfeit; 140-Gillis (L) pinned Bucklin, 1st; 145-Renouard (L) pinned Brown, 2nd; 152-Caldwell (L) pinnedArseneau, 1st; 160-Wedekind (L) tech. fall over McKuben, 17-1; 171-Barbagos (L) pinned Martin, 2nd; 189-Kelly (L) pinned Parlher, 1st; 215-Sears (L) won by forfeit; 275-Pederson (L) pinned Jones, 3rd.. Records-Lakewood 3-3 league, 4-3 overall. Granite Falls 0-4, 0-4.

Cedarcrest 50, South Whidbey 15: Cedarcrest benifited from four forfeits and two major decisions, handing South Whidbey its first loss in the Cascade Conference.

At Langley

103-T. Howard (C) dec. Schorr 6-1; 112-A. Mannie (SW) tech. fall Britton 1:23; 119-Warwick (SW) won by forfeit; 125-Baker (C) won by forfeit; 130-Gremmert (C) dec. Sawyers 10-3; 135-Claussen (C) won by forfeit; 140-Lira (C) tech. fall Broyles 1:27; 145-Rueth (SW) dec. Brammer 7-3; 152-D. Howard (C) major dec. J. Mannie 13-0; 160-Luce (C) dec. Calkines 8-3; 171-Hudson (C) major dec. Erricco 12-3; 189-Cole (C) dec. Ryder 7-0; 215-Hastings (C) won by forfeit; 275-Double forfeit. Records-Cedarcrest 4-1 in league and overall. South Whidbey 3-1, 4-2.

Sultan 55, Archbishop Murphy 24: Travis Shearer (171 pounds) recorded a pin in 24 seconds to lead the Turks to the Cascade Conference victory. Sultan’s Cory Carroll and the Wildcats’ Kyle Miller battled in the match of the night with Carroll winning by decision 16-14.

At Everett

145-Halls (S) pinned Darnell 1:33, first; 152-Hendrickson (S) pinned Hines :39, second; 160-Shaw (AM) pinned Baird :42, second; 171-Shearer (S) pinned Larson :24, first; 189-Castillo (S) Yeilding :29, first; 215-Meyer (S) pinned Hauschel :59, first; 275-Schweitzer pinned Heye :39, first; 103-Carroll (S) dec. K. Miller 16-14; 112-E. Miller (AM) won by forfeit; 119-Grillo (S) maj. Dec. Reeves 15-1; 125-Tochterman (AM won by injury default; 130-Nolton (S) pinned Stampher :53, second; 135-Whattam (AM) won by forfeit; 140-Mann (S) pinned Street 1:07, first; Records-Sultan 3-1 in league, 9-3 overall. Archbishop Murphy 2-5, 3-10.

Girls bowling

Everett 3, Anacortes 0: At Everett, Jennifer Michel bowled a 194 game and 510 series to lead the Seagulls to the Wesco victory.

Cascade 3, Ferndale 0: At Everett, seniors Tiffany Triechmann had a 211 game, a 244 game and a 620 series and Markeeta Munger had a 204 game and a 567 series to keep Cascade undefeated at 36-0.

Jackson 2, Mount Vernon 1: At Everett, Jennifer Wetzel bowled a 214 game and a 552 series to lead Jackson to the Wesco victory. Allysa Kippenhan had a 449 series for Mount Vernon.

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