Prep swimming: Snohomish hands Marysville-Pilchuck its first dual-meet defeat

MARYSVILLE — The Snohomish Panthers handed previously unbeaten Marysville-Pilchuck its first girls swimming loss of the season with a 95-88 victory at the M-P pool Thursday.

Snohomish’s Emily Ferreira won the 200-yard individual medley, the 100 breaststroke and swam legs on Snohomish’s 200 medley relay and 400 freestyle relays — all in state qualifying times — to lead the Panthers, who remained unbeaten in Wesco North action this season.

“I would like to give kudos to (Snohomish),” M-P coach Jackie LeGore Hodgins said. “They swam phenomenally.”

Ferreira’s freshman teammate, Madelene K. Baker won the 50 freestyle and the 100 freestyle — the latter in state qualifying time — and joined Ferrira on the 200 medley and 400 freestyle relays.

The Panthers recorded state-qualifying times in five events, negating a strong effort from M-P’s Kendall Vincelette. The Tomahawks freshman won the 100 butterfly in a state-qualifying time of 1 minute, 1.04 seconds and swam a leg on the Tomahawks’ winning 200 freestyle relay. She also teamed with Kami Girard, Megan Shoemaker and Jewel LeValley to record a state qualifying time of 3:47.89 with a second-place finish in the 400 freestyle relay. The 400 freestyle relay time broke the M-P school record.

LeValley added a victory in the 200 freestyle (2:03.04) and Girard won the 100 backstroke (1:03.57). Melinda Blomberg won the 500 freestyle (5:44.78) and Sarah Clark won the diving competition (236.00 points) to lead the Tomahawks.

“It was a great meet,” Hodgins said. “We all brought the best out in each other.”

With the loss, the Tomahawks fall to third place in the Wesco North standings. Snohomish moves into first place, tied with Jackson atop the Wesco North standings.

At Marysville-Pilchuck H.S.

200 medley relay—Snohomish (Madelene K. Baker, Emily Ferreira, Tessa McCurdy, Meghan Blue) 1:55.95; 200 freestyle—Jewel LeValley (MP) 2:03.04; 200 individual medley—Emily Ferreira (S) 2:14.78; 50 freestyle—Madelene K. Baker (S) 25.82; Diving—Sarah Clark (MP) 236.00; 100 butterfly—Kendall Vincelette (MP) 1:01.04; 100 freestyle—Madelene K. Baker (S) 55.81; 500 freestyle—Melinda Blomberg (MP) 5:44.78; 200 freestyle relay—Marysville-Pilchuck (Kami Girard, Megan Shoemaker, Jewel LeValley, Kendall Vincelette) 1:45.53; 100 backstroke—Kami Girard (MP) 1:03.57; 100 breaststroke—Emily Ferreira (S) 1:08.88; 400 freestyle relay—Snohomish (Madelene K. Baker, Jasmine Labitzke, Meghan Blue, Emily Ferreira) 3:45.11. Records—Snohomish 5-0 league, 6-0 overall. M-P 5-1, 7-1.

Marysville-Pilchuck 125, Glacier Peak 61

At Marysville-Pilchuck H.S.

200 medley relay—Marysville-Pilchuck (Melody Travis, Melinda Blomberg, Amanda Collins, Emily Reinig) 2:03.34; 200 freestyle—Jewel LeValley (MP) 2:03.04; 200 individual medley—Kendall Vincelette (MP) 2:16.73; 50 freestyle—Melissa Randolf (GP) 25.58; Diving—Sarah Clark (MP) 236.00; 100 butterfly—Melissa Randolf (GP) 59.09; 100 freestyle—Amanda Muchmore (GP) 1:00.10; 500 freestyle—Melinda Blomberg (MP) 5:44.78; 200 freestyle relay—Marysville-Pilchuck (Kami Girard, Megan Shoemaker, Jewel LeValley, Kendall Vincelette) 1:45.53; 100 backstroke—Kami Girard (MP) 1:03.57; 100 breaststroke—Katlyn Christenson (GP) 1:11.45; 400 freestyle relay—Marysville-Pilchuck (Kami Girard, Megan Shoemaker, Jewel LeValley, Kendall Vincelette) 3:47.89. Records—Glacier Peak 2-3 league, 2-4 overall. M-P 5-1, 7-1.

Stanwood 119, Cascade 61

At Forest Park Pool

200 medley relay—Stanwood (Whitney Weinert, Gimbs, Alisa Stang, Emily Defreese) 2:12.11; 200 freestyle—Kenzie Bell (S) 2:19.28; 200 individual medley—Emily Defreese (S) 2:46.57; 50 freestyle—S. France (S) 29.24; Diving—Natasha Brown-Butler (C) 86.90; 100 butterfly—Alisa Stang (S) 1:07.77; 100 freestyle—Christina Garrett (S) 1:04.53; 500 freestyle—Maia Jenkins (S) 6:16.69; 200 freestyle relay—Stanwood (S. France, Christina Garrett, Copper, Alisa Stang) 1:58.73; 100 backstroke—Whitney Weinert (S) 1:06.61; 100 breaststroke—Belanger (S) 1:26.62; 400 freestyle relay—Stanwood (Emily Defreese, Christina Garrett, Urling, Alisa Stang) 4:19.69. Records—Cascade 0-6 in league, 1-9 overall. Stanwood 2-3, 4-5.

Lake Stevens 134, Everett 47

At Lake Stevens H.S.

200 medley relay—Lake Stevens (Samm Purnell, Kelsey Reimers, Cassie White, Kellie Davies) 2:06.86; 200 freestyle—Madeline Summers (LS) 2:15.59; 200 individual medley—Lindsay Vanderhoff (LS) 2:24.53; 50 freestyle—Kelsey Fallstrom (LS) 27.12; Diving—Tara Loth (LS) 112.90; 100 butterfly—Lindsey Hurt (LS) 1:10.04; 100 freestyle—Cassie White (LS) 56.05; 500 freestyle—Madeline Summers (LS) 6:05.88; 200 freestyle relay—Lake Stevens (Samm Purnell, Hannah Aikman, Kelsey Fallstrom, Cassie White) 1:49.91; 100 backstroke—Lindsay Vanderhoff (LS) 1:03.51; 100 breaststroke—Cassie White (LS) 1:12.22; 400 freestyle relay—Lake Stevens (Madeline Summers, Dani Quadd, Hannah Aikman, Lindsay Vanderhoff) 4:17.55. Records—Everett 1-5 in league, 3-6 overall. Lake Stevens 2-4, 4-5.

Shorecrest 111, Mountlake Terrace 55

At Lynnwood City Pool

200 medley relay— Shorecrest (Millet, Gladskova, Wickstrom, Good) 2:08.96; 200 freestyle— Becker (S) 2:19.24; 200 individual medley— Gonclaves (MT) 2:24.62; 50 freestyle— Peters (S) 28.45; Diving— none; 100 butterfly— Millet (S) 1:05.23; 100 freestyle— Gross (S) 1:02.55; 500 freestyle— Kim (S) 5:26.24; 200 freestyle relay— Mountlake Terrace (Semana, O’Hara, Liy, McClenny) 1:58.34; 100 backstroke— Peters (S) 1:08.03; 100 breaststroke— Glaskova (S) 1:21.26; 400 freestyle relay— Shorecrest (Becker, Peters, Kim, Good) 4:08.20. Records— Mountlake Terrace 0-5 league, 0-7 overall. Shorecrest 4-1, 7-2.

Edmonds-Woodway 120, Lynnwood 46

At Lynnwood City Pool

200 medley relay— Edmonds-Woodway (Bailey Kobuke, Amanda Cowan, Katie Barrow, Danielle Holstein) 2:22.33; 200 freestyle— Brianne Losacco (E-W) 2:20.24; 200 individual medley— Mackenzie O’Brien (E-W) 2:28.34; 50 freestyle— Jasmine Pirak (E-W) 29.25; 100 butterfly— Melissa Pond (E-W) 1:14.71; 100 freestyle— Katlyn Whittum (L) 1:04.92; 500 freestyle— Sarina Lim (E-W) 5:48.88; 200 freestyle relay— Edmonds-Woodway (Danielle Holstein, Frances Eshom-Arzazon, Dana Hellie, Melissa Pond) 2:04.79; 100 backstroke— Maren O’Malley (E-W) 1:10.04; 100 breaststroke— Jimena Grandez (E-W) 1:28.12; 400 freestyle relay— Edmonds-Woodway (Melissa Pond, Katie Barrow, Andrea Castillo, Maren O’Malley) 4:31.53. Records— E-W 2-3 in league, 4-3 overall, Lynnwood 0-5, 0-9

Shorewood 145, Meadowdale 33

At Shoreline Pool

200 medley relay—Shorewood (Kyah Wilkinson, Amber Armstrong, Mia Jepsen, Alicia Hoverson 2:02.33; 200 freestyle—Laurin Williams (SW) 2:02.33*; 200 individual medley—Amber Armstrong (SW) 2:21.03; 50 freestyle—Tyanna DeNova (SW) 28.04; Diving—Sariha McIntyre (SW) 185.45; 100 butterfly—Bethany Gehrke (SW) 1:06.68; 100 freestyle—Amber Armstrong (SW) 57.34

500 freestyle—Laurin Williams (SW) 5:08.20*; 200 freestyle relay—Shorewood (Shelby Adams, Kyah Wilkinson, Bethany Gehrke, Alicia Hoverson) 1:50.55; 100 backstroke—Mia Jepsen 1:10.70; 100 breaststroke—Joanne Hsu 1:19.14; 400 freestyle relay—Shorewood (Shelby Adams, Silja Danielson, Helen Jenne, Laurin Williams) 4:02.66. Records—Meadowdale 3-2 league, 3-3 overall. Shorewood 5-0, 6-1.

*Class 4A state meet qualifying time.

Kamiak 127, Mariner 49

At Kamiak H.S.

200 medley relay—Kamiak (Alex Lynch, Sierra Einarssan, Louise Moores, Megan King) 2:10.31; 200 freestyle—Juleigh Duke (K) 2:27.63; 200 individual medley—Leje Tanggol (M) 2:35.03; 50 freestyle—Kristen Seaborg (K) 30.05; Diving—Heather Poelzer 105.20 points; 100 butterfly—Nathalie Klein (K) 1:09.47; 100 freestyle—Alex Lynch (K) 1:04.50; 500 freestyle—Nathalie Klein (K) 5:30.97; 200 freestyle relay—Kamiak (Alex Lynch, Talia Bennett, Kelly Cheung, Louise Moores) 1:56.21; 100 backstroke—Hannah Kohagen (K) 1:07.76; 100 breaststroke—Jennifer Le (K) 1:26.72; 400 freestyle relay—Kamiak (Megan King, Donna Ramsey, Kelly Cheung, Amie Wilson) 4:19.37. Records—Kamiak 5-0 in league, 7-1 overall; Mariner 1-4, 1-7.

Archbishop Murphy 89, Lynden 81

At Lynden H.S.

200 medley relay—Archbishop Murphy (Sarah Bettag, Katie Main, Amy Renslo, Bryn Michael) 2:05.65; 200 freestyle—Marissa Crockett (AM) 2:26.66; 200 individual medley—Amy Renslo (AM) 2:23.58; 50 freestyle—Sarah Bettag (AM) 27.80; 100 butterfly—Katie Main (AM) 1:04.00; 100 freestyle—Sarah Bettag (AM) 1:01.77; 500 freestyle—Katie Main (AM) 6:06.05; 200 freestyle relay—Archbishop Murphy (Sarah Bettag, Bryn Michael, Katie Main, Amy Renslo) 1:50.97; 100 backstroke—G. Alspaugh (L) 1:14.61; 100 breaststroke—Amy Renslo (AM) 1:14.87; 400 freestyle relay—Lynden (Kirby, Elsner, Visser, McKinley) 4:40.30. Records—Archbishop Murphy 3-2 overall.

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