Snohomish second in swim pentathlon

Herald staff

BELLINGHAM – One-hundredth of a second separated Snohomish swimmer Eddie Anderton from the all-around championship Saturday in the Whatcom Pentathlon at the Bellingham Aquatic Center.

Anderton, who needed to win the fifth and final swim event by a hair more than four seconds, ended up setting a meet record in the 200-meter individual medley but couldn’t best rival Chris Wilson of Ferndale.

Wilson ended the five-event competition – the 100 backstroke, 100 breaststroke, 100 butterfly, 100 freestyle and 200 IM – with a total time of 5 minutes, 56.53 seconds.

Anderton ended at 5:56.54.

“It came down to the last event and they were swimming right next to each other,” event leader Don Helling said.

A total of 180 swimmers and divers competed in Bellingham’s second-annual pentathlon, many from local Western Conference high schools.

In the team scoring, Kentridge topped Snohomish 26-24.

Helling said the unique competition is a good outlet for high school athletes who normally can only swim two individual events at a meet.

  • Kamiak 112, Moses Lake 73: Kamiak took first in all but two events in the non-conference swim meet on Friday. Kamiak also defeated Cascade 143-38 in a Wesco 4A meet on Friday.

    200 medley relay-Kamiak (Cummings, Lau, Aphibal, Batchelor) 1:50.63; 200 freestyle-Weatherbie (K) 2:02.10; 200 individual medley-Cummings (K) 2:12.63; 50 freestyle-Lau (K) 23.91; Diving-Dudak (K) 117.30; 100 butterfly-Lau (K) 1:00.31; 100 freestyle-Warner (ML) 54.54; 500 freestyle-Drury (K) 5:41.36; 200 freestyle relay-Kamiak (Weatherbie, Daniels, Batchelor, Lau) not reported; 100 backstroke-Cummings (K) 57.71*; 100 breaststroke-Howard (ML) 1:10.85; 400 freestyle relay-Kamiak (Weatherbie, Daniels, Aphibal, Cummings) not reported. Records-Kamiak 3-0 overall. Moses Lake not reported.*State qualifying time

  • Marysville-Pilchuck 50, Inglemoor 41: Jocylin Duce and Sarah Smith each scored eight points to lead the Tomahawks to the non-league victory.


    Inglemoor

    5

    15

    10

    11

    41

    Marysville-Pilchuck

    14

    14

    7

    10

    50


    Inglemoor-Wyman 6, Sarro 13, Boscacci 6, Cory 2, Schmatz 4, Moshler 9, Cooney 1. Marysville-Pilchuck-Bradley 5, Hope 3, Howell 6, Duce 8, Coverdale 4, Doolen 4, Anchete 6, Smith 8, Roth 6. 3-point goals-Boscacci 1, Moshler 2, Hope 1, Howell 1, Duce 2, Doolen 1. JV score-Inglemoor 62, Marysville-Pilchuck 40. Records-Inglemoor 1-4 overall, Marysville 7-1.

  • Granite Falls 54, Sultan 39: Kellie Getz scored 18 points and added eight rebounds to lead Granite Falls to the North Cascades League victory. Senior Jenny Brown scored a career-high 17 points for Sultan.


    Sultan

    8

    12

    9

    10

    39

    Granite Falls

    12

    21

    10

    11

    54


    Sultan-Brown 17, Nelson 10, Graham 4, Valdez 3, Davenport 3, Cramer 2. Granite Falls-Getz 18, Wilbur 11, Wright 8, Geary 7, Willard 4, Allison 2, Getchel 2, Goss 2. 3-point goals-Getz 3, Brown 2. JV score-Granite Falls 46, Sultan 31. Records-Sultan 1-3 in league, 2-4 overall. Granite Falls 2-1, 2-3.

  • King’s 40, Meridian 39: Mariko Trias scored 16 points with three 3-point field goals for King’s.


    King’s

    10

    9

    3

    18

    40

    Meridian

    5

    5

    10

    19

    39


    King’s-Kherati 2, Nordtvedt 2, Galliher 5, Wikstrom 4, Trias 16, Burk 6, Wine 5. Meridian-Gilmore 3, Stockton 2, Drahnt 9, Peterson 8, Benett 17. 3-point goals-Galliher 1, Trias 3. Records-King’s 2-1 overall. Meridain 1-4.

  • Darrington 70, Tacoma Baptist 21: Sophomore Amber Bryson came off the bench to score 15 points for Darrington in the non-conference game.


    Darrington

    20

    16

    23

    12

    70

    Tacoma Baptist

    5

    2

    2

    11

    21


    Darrington-Meece 17, Bryson 15, Jones 14, Nations 7, Perrault 6, Foote 6, Koch 4, Chapman 2. Tacoma Babtist-Elmore 5, Anderson 4, Mensonides 4, deLeen 3, Simpson 2, Reeves 2. 3-point goals-Meece 1, Jones 1, Nations 1. Records-Darrington 1-0 in league, 3-0 overall. Tacoma Babtist .

  • Grace Academy 47, Cedar Park Christian 21: Tiffany Howard scored 17 points to lead Grace Academy to the non-conference victory.


    Grace Academy

    10

    12

    14

    11

    47

    Cedar Park Christian

    4

    5

    6

    6

    21


    Grace Academy-Howard 17, Calvin 10, Jm. Short 9, Jc. Short 7, Holzknecht 2, Holt 2. Cedar Park Christian-Carey 6, Faast 5, James 4, Sautee 2, Cox 2, Kirkland 2. 3-point goals-Howard 2, Jc. Short 1. JV Grace Academy def. Cedar Park Christian. Records-Grace Academy 5-3 overall. Cedar Park Christian not reported.

  • Snohomish County Christian 53, Seattle Lutheran 34: Snohomish County Christian shot 51-percent from the floor in the non-conference victory.


    Seattle Lutheran

    14

    8

    12

    0

    34

    Sno. County Christian

    13

    9

    11

    20

    53


    Seattle Lutheran-King 17, Stephens 8, Boyd 4, Turner 2, Harrelson 2, Jensen 1. S.C.C.-S. Brekkaa 17, Farnham 16, Forsell 8, R. Brekkaa 8, Tran 4. Records-S.C.C. 3-4 overall.

  • Darrington 59, Tacoma Baptist 45: Bryce Boyd had 19 points and 13 rebounds to lead the Loggers.


    Darrington

    16

    14

    17

    12

    59

    Tacoma Baptist

    13

    13

    11

    8

    45


    Darrington-Hall 4, Schillhammer 4, McCoy 5, Grimmer 14, Massingale 6, Bogart 7, Boyd 19. Tacoma Baptist-Moore 12, Wells 5, Walling 17, Kitchen 2, Timmer 7, Hendricksen 2. 3-point goals-McCoy 1, Moore 1, Wells 1, Walling 2. JV score-Darrington 58, Tacoma Baptist 27. Records-Darrington 5-0 overall. Tacoma Baptist 1-2.

  • Grace Academy 47, Cedar Park Christian 46: Ryan Andrews converted six 3-point field goals to score 18 points and had nine rebounds to lead Grace Academy to the non-conference victory.


    Grace Academy

    8

    16

    14

    9

    47

    Cedar Park Christian

    9

    9

    14

    14

    46


    Grace Academy -Andrews 18, Stocks 9, Conklin 8, Voges 6, Norton 4, Snyder 2. Cedar Park Christian-Juel 15, Minton 13, Bettinger 10, McKinney 8. 3-point goals-Andrews 6, Juel 3, Bettinger 2, Minton 1, Stocks 1. JV score-Cedar Park Christian 51, Grace Academy 39. Records-Grace Academy 6-2 overall. Cedar Park Christian not reported.

  • Friday Harbor 46, Mount Vernon Christian 42: Tyler Williams had a game high 20 points to lead the Wolverines to the non-league victory.


    Mt. Vernon Chr.

    12

    5

    13

    12

    42

    Friday Harbor

    15

    8

    18

    5

    46


    Mt. Vernon Chr.-Orange 3, Kimberly 3, McClelland 6, VanKoey 10, Agero 1, Godmunson 19. Friday Harbor-Benz 4, Williams 20, Cornell 6, Culter 10, Larts 6. 3-point goals-Orange 1, Kimberly 1, VanKoey 1, Willaims 4. JV-Friday Harbor def. Mt. Vernon Chr.. Records– Mt. Vernon Christian not reported. Friday Harbor 5-2 overall.

  • Snohomish County Christian 78, Seattle Lutheran 62: Keith Hodges scored 15 points and grabbed 15 rebounds to lead Snohomish County Christian to the non-conference victory.


    Seattle Lutheran

    19

    10

    17

    16

    62

    Sno. County Christian

    16

    22

    23

    17

    78


    Seattle Lutheran-Matthews 25, Caine 20, Cornutt 4, Wilde 4, Gavino 4, Tornow 3, French 1, Deveau 1. Snohomish County Christian-Hodges 15, Peterson 15, Jacobson 14, Ripley 14, Carlson 12, Sharpe 5, Matuszewski 2, Rouse 1. 3-point goals-Caine 3, Peterson 2, Matthews 2, Tornow 1, Ripley 1, Sharpe 1. Records-Snohomish C.C. 6-1 overall.

  • Lopez 47, Heritage Christian 29: Jason Buffum had 25 point and 16 rebounds to lead Lopez.


    Lopez

    12

    10

    17

    8

    47

    Heritage Christian

    6

    6

    9

    8

    29


    Lopez-Siedfert 6, Silkiss-Hero 7, Buffum 25, Foley 4, Doth 7. Heritage Christian-Suplin 5, Smith 3, Potts 4, Leirman 10, Sutteper 2, Hendrickson 5. Records-Lopez 5-2 overall.

  • Lynnwood ClassicKyle Hayward, Joel Mittleman and Josh Martin each took first-place to lead Lynnwood to the title at the Lynnwood Classic Tournament. Meadowdale had four individual winners at the tournament.

    103-Perrin (Meadowdale) def. Wong; 112-Hayward (Lynnwood) def. Gandham; 119-Mittelman (Lynwood) def. Glahn; 125-D. Primacio (Meadowdale) def. Lagrandeur (Lynnwood); 130-Smith (Bremerton) def. Bowns; 135-M. Primacio (Meadowdale) def. D. McNaghten; 140-Button (Blaine) def. Friedman (Lynnwood); 145-Blomgren (Meadowdale) def. Brakke; 152-Burden (Blaine) def. Abbott; 160-Kimmons (Bremerton) def. Holding; 171-Postma (Meridian) def. Still (Lynnwood); 189-Mellen (Redmond) def. P. McNaghten; 215-Waters (Blaine) def. Cogdill (Lynnwood); 275-Martin (Lynnwood) def. McGee.

  • Port Townsend 37, Sultan 35: Travis Brown pinned A.J. Forham at 1:15 of the first round at 160 pounds for the Turks at the Port Townsend Tournament. Sultan won three of the four team meets.

  • Sultan 57, Port Angelas 12: Sultan captured victories in all weight classes.

  • Sultan 40, North Kitsap 36: Ron Dennis led the Turks with a pin at 130 pounds in 1:30 of the first round.

  • Sultan 50, Klahowya 21: Ryan McDicken scored a 23-8 technical fall at 125 pounds to lead the Turks.

  • Foster Invitational: Adam Carlton of Shorecrest, took first-place in the 152-pound weight class. Shorecrest finished fourth in the seven team tournament.
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