L. Stevens makes history

MARYSVILLE – After 10 long years, the Lake Stevens swim team and coach Sarah Summers finally sank the Tomahawks.

The Vikings edged Marysville-Pilchuck 96-90 Tuesday in a battle between Western Conference North Division contenders that came down to the final event.

Lake Stevens (6-1 in league, 8-2 overall) placed second in the 400-yard freestyle relay to hold off M-P’s final surge and drop the Tomahawks for the first time during Summers’ 10-year tenure.

“This was definitely a team effort,” Summers said in praise of the Vikings, who had only one double-winner, freshman Brittany Wolcott. “They’ve been gearing up for this.”

Wolcott captured the 100 backstroke and the 50 freestyle.

Bethany Coleman won two individual events (200 individual medley and 100 breaststroke) and swam on the first-place 400 freestyle relay for Marysville-Pilchuck, which slipped to 5-2, 6-2.

At Marysville

200 medley relay-LS (Wolcott, O’Banion, Hozail, Conrad) 1:59.02; 200 freestyle-Hozail (LS) 2:16.07; 200 individual medley-Coleman (M-P) 2:28.12; 50 freestyle-Wolcott (LS) 26.58; Diving-Souza (M-P) 210.25; 100 butterfly-Mack (M-P) 1:06.42; 100 freestyle-Conrad (LS) 57.8; 500 freestyle-Sunderland (LS) 6:12.55; 200 freestyle relay-LS (O’Banion, Sunderland, Hozail, Conrad) 1:50.17; 100 backstroke-Wolcott (LS) 1:10.5; 100 breaststroke-Coleman (M-P) 1:13.45; 400 freestyle relay-M-P (Harrell, Lawrence, Carlson, Coleman) 4:06.04. Records-L. Stevens 6-1 in league, 8-2 overall. Marysville-Pilchuck 5-2, 6-2.

Snohomish 143, Cascade 40: Kelsey Randolf won the 200-yard freestyle and the 100 backstroke to lead Snohomish to the Wesco North victory.

At Snohomish

200 medley relay-Snohomish (De. Shawback, Nichol, Bilbro, Johnshoy) 2:01.42; 200 freestyle-Randolf (S) 2:05.79; 200 individual medley-Nichol (S) 2:19.83; 50 freestyle-De. Shawback (S) 27.10; Diving-Millar (S) 211.55; 100 butterfly-Di. Shawback (S) 1:09.71; 100 freestyle-De. Shawback (S) 57.68; 500 freestyle-Moran (S) 5:43.33; 200 freestyle relay-Snohomish (Johnshoy, Randolf, Nichol, Bilbro) 1:49.37; 100 backstroke-Randolf (S) 1:06.53; 100 breaststroke-Thompson (C) 1:12.81; 400 freestyle relay-Snohomish (De. Shawback, Wagner, Randolf, Perry) 4:02.33. Records-Snohomish 7-0 league, 7-1 overall. Cascade 4-3, 7-5.

Oak Harbor 106, Everett 64: Missy McIntyre won the 200-yard freestyle, the 100 butterfly and swam legs of Oak Harbor’s victorious 200 medley and 400 freestyle relay teams.

At Mill Creek

200 medley relay-Oak Harbor (McDaniel, Marriott, Kallander, McIntyre) 2:06.63; 200 freestyle-McIntyre (OH) 1:58.11; 200 individual medley-Marriott (OH) 2:25.65; 50 freestyle-McDaniel (OH) 27.23; 100 butterfly-McIntyre (OH) 59.19; 100 freestyle-McDaniel (OH) 59.20; 500 freestyle-Marriott (OH) 6:07.11; 200 freestyle relay-Oak Harbor (Marroitt, Kallender, Elliott, McDaniel) 1:56.55; 100 backstroke-Engles (E) 1:14.49; 100 breaststroke-Kallender (OH) 1:16.81; 400 freestyle relay-Oak Harbor (Buell, Brunner, Elliott, McIntyre) 4:12.00. Records-Everett 2-4 league, 3-6 overall. Oak Harbor 4-4, 5-4.

Shorewood 136, Mountlake Terrace 47: Shorewood won every event in the Wesco South meet. The quartet of Laura Hill, Leanne Dull, Hannah DeMeritt and Jackie Benson swam a state-meet qualifying time in the 200-yard freestyle relay. Kelsey Wright won the diving event with 204.65 points and swam on the Thunderbirds’ first-place 200 medley relay.

At Shoreline

200 medley relay-Shorewood (Wright, Benson, Hill, McCall) 2:12.11; 200 freestyle-Dull (S) no time available; 200 individual medley-DeMeritt (S) 2:31.79; 50 freestyle-Benson (S) 26.49; Diving-Wright (S) 2:04.65; 100 butterfly-Hoffmann (S) 1:10.88; 100 freestyle-McCall (S) 1:01.84; 500 freestyle-Ho (S) 6:08.69; 200 freestyle relay-Shorewood (Hill, Dull, DeMeritt, Benson) 1:43.98*; 100 backstroke-Menth (S) 1:14.95; 100 breaststroke-Hill (S) 1:12.45; 400 freestyle relay-Shorewood (Jablonski, Hoffmann, Ho, McCall) 4:20.38. Records-Mountlake Terrace 1-5 in league and overall. Shorewood 6-2, 7-2.

*Class 4A state-meet qualifying time.

Edmonds-Woodway 93, Meadowdale 77: Sarah Spillman won the 200-yard individual medley and the 500 freestyle to lead Edmonds-Woodway to the Wesco South victory. Lisa Keane won the 50 freestyle and 100 butterfly to lead Meadowdale.

At Lynnwood

200 medley relay-E-W (M. Spillman, Weber, Quick, S. Spillman) 2:01.43; 200 freestyle-Atkinson (M) 2:08.54; 200 individual medley-S. Spillman (E-W) 2:22.43; 50 freestyle-Keane (M) 26.14; 100 butterfly-Keane (M) 1:02.36*; 100 freestyle-Lauber (E-W) 1:04.35; 500 freestyle-S. Spillman (E-W) 5:29.72; 200 freestyle relay-Meadowdale (Mataya, Huang, DuQuette, Keane) 1:56.23; 100 backstroke-Atkinson (M) 1:06.51; 100 breaststroke-Lauber (E-W) 1:19.82; 400 freestyle relay-Edmonds-Woodway (S. Spillman, Dillan-Viera, Quick, M. Spillman) 3:59.37. Records-Edmonds-Woodway 4-4 league, 7-4 overall. Meadowdale 3-5, 4-5.

*Class 3A state-meet qualifying time.

Shorecrest 108, Mariner 67: Shorecrest’s Liz Shdo won the 200-yard freestyle, the 100 butterfly and swam on two winning relays in the Scots’ Wesco South victory. Kelsey Allen and Rebecca Anderson both won individual events and swam on a pair of first-place relay teams for Mariner.

At Mukilteo

200 medley relay-Mariner (Brown, Allen, Anderson, Russell) 2:17.19; 200 freestyle-L. Shdo (S) 2:11.28; 200 individual medley-Hale (S) 2:36.91; 50 freestyle-Allen (M) 27.87; Diving-Young (S) 2:27.75; 100 butterfly-Liz Shdo (S) 1:10.5; 100 freestyle-Wright (S) 1:05.27; 500 freestyle-Anderson (M) 6:07.66; 200 freestyle relay-Mariner (Allen, Brown, Russell, Anderson) 1:59.59; 100 backstroke-Gruhn (S) 1:20.96; 100 breaststroke-S. Shdo (S) 1:27.30; 400 freestyle relay-Shorecrest (L. Shdo, Gruhn, Williamson, Pickrell) 4:41.52. Records-Shorecrest 5-3 in league, 6-4 overall. Mariner 1-7, 1-10.

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