Snohomish wins 2nd straight North meet

Herald staff

SNOHOMISH – Sophomore Andy Ferguson swam a pair of state qualifying times in the 200-yard individual medley (2:05.30) and 100 butterfly (55.83) while leading Snohomish to its second consecutive Western Conference North Division victory.

“Andy was born to swim,” Snohomish first-year coach Rob Serviss said. “He’s tall, skinny and strong. I am very proud of him and our whole team.”

Snohomish, which kept its conference record unblemshied, handed Oak Harbor its first loss of the season.

“This was a big win for us,” Serviss said. “Our victories over Oak Harbor and Kamiak last week is a bit of a statement. We might be small, but we’re good.”

David Pedack, along with teammates Ferguson, Alex Stewart and Alex McMillian helped the Panthers win two of three relay races, taking the 200 medley relay (1:48.92) and 400-freestyle relay (3:30.95). Pedack also won 200 freestyle (57.26) and 100 breaststroke (108.68).

Lake Stevens 97, Marysville-Pilchuck 86: Max Hinricksen won both the 50- and 100-yard freestyle races in state qualifying times to lead Lake Stevens to a Wesco North victory.

200 medley relay-Lake Stevens (Collison, Todd, Stone, Hinricksen) 1:47.3; 200 freestyle-Stone (LS) 1:57.2; 200 individual medley-Todd (LS) 2:08.9; 50 freestyle-Hinricksen (LS) :22.1*; Diving-Diggs (MP) 168.4; 100 butterfly-Todd (LS) :58.9; 100 freestyle-Hinricksen (LS) :49.1*; 500 freestyle-Stone (LS) 5:14.0; 200 freestyle relay-M-P (Nagle, Kelly, Stepere, Pepin) 1:36.50; 100 backstroke-Collison (LS) 1:02.3; 100 breaststroke-Nagle (MP) 1:14.9; 400 freestyle relay-Lake Stevens (Cay Brooke, Todd, Stone, Hinricksen) 3:31.2. Records-Lake Stevens 2-0 in leageu, 4-1 overall. Marysville-Pilchuck 1-1, 3-1.

*4A state meet qualifying time.

Mount Vernon 97, Stanwood 69: Jacob Koopmans won both of his individual events and swam on two winning relay teams to lead Mount Vernon to the Wesco North victory.

200 medley relay-Stanwood (Rittsher, Charles, Glad,) 2:01.47; 200 freestyle-Koopmans (Mount Vernon) 2:05.77; 200 individual medley-Pope (Stanwood) 2:28.04; 50 freestyle-Glad (Stanwood) 23.93; Diving-none; 100 butterfly-Rittsher (Stanwood) 1:02.45; 100 freestyle-Lindquist (Mount Vernon) 51.51; 500 freestyle-Koopmans (Mount Vernon) 5:37.48; 200 freestyle relay-Mount Vernon (Lindquist, Moberg, Koopmans, Otterholt) 1:45.55; 100 backstroke-Rittsher (Stanwood) 1:05.26; 100 breaststroke-Pope (Stanwood) 1:19.06; 400 freestyle relay-Mount Vernon (Koopmans, Moberg, McCarty, Lindquist) 3:54.90. Records-Mount Vernon 1-2 league, 4-3 overall. Stanwood 0-2, 1-5.

Meadowdale 94, Mountlake Terrace 89: Meadowdale’s Derek Shui won the 100-yard butterfly and the 100 breaststroke, while swimming on both of the Mavericks’ winning relay teams in a Wesco South meet.

200 medley relay-Meadowdale (Keane, Shui, Asp, Boyce) 1:54.5; 200 freestyle-Andrews (MT) 2:17.4; 200 individual medley-Keane (M) 2:16.4; 50 freestyle-Boyce (M) :24.5; Diving-Lindsey (MT) 139.75; 100 butterfly-Shui (M) 1:03.6; 100 freestyle-Keane (M) :52.7; 500 freestyle-Andrews (MT) 6:05.4; 200 freestyle relay-Mountlake Terrace (Lee, Dickson, Forsberg, Wilkins-Haigh) 1:41.6; 100 backstroke-Shively (MT) 1:07.2; 100 breaststroke-Shui (M) 1:07.3; 400 freestyle relay-Meadowdale (Asp, Boyce, Shui, Keane) 3:42.7. Records-Mounlake Terrace 1-4 in league, 4-4 overall. Meadowdale 1-2, 4-2.

Shorewood 117, Edmonds-Woodway 66: Alex Fleet swam state qualifying times in his victories in the 100-yard backstroke (54.66) and 100 butterfly (54.16) while leading Shorewood to the Wesco South victory. Fleet also swam legs on both of Shorewood’s victorious relay teams.

200 medley relay-Shorewood (Fleet, Redford, McCall, Santroch) 1:46.90; 200 freestyle-Tainter (E-W) 1:51.10; 200 individual medley-Gentling (SW) 2:16.24; 50 freestyle-Newell (SW) 24.74; Diving-Gilbert (E-W) 162.8; 100 butterfly-Fleet (SW) 56.16*; 100 freestyle-Tainter (E-W) 51.63; 500 freestyle-Dennis (E-W) 5:21.09; 200 freestyle relay-Shorewood (Newell, Gentling, Santroch, MacGeorge) 1:39.01; 100 backstroke-Fleet (SW) 54.66*; 100 breaststroke-Redford (SW) 1:08.32; 400 freestyle relay-Shorewood (Fleet, Santroch, Newell, Genting) 3:40.70. Records-Shorewood 3-1 league, 5-1 overall. Edmonds-Woodway 1-2, 2-3.

*4A state meet qualifying time.

Jackson 130, Mariner 51: Matt Warren captured two events and swam on two winning relay teams to lead Jackson to the Wesco South victory. Jackson’s Peter Mullins won the 200-yard individual medley and swam on two winning relays.

200 medley relay-Jackson (Warren, P. Mullins, Ramos, Tracy) 1:51.44; 200 freestyle-Warren (J) 2:01.41; 200 individual medley-P. Mullins (J) 2:11.65; 50 freestyle-Pleasant (J) 25.28; Diving-Bonner (M) 127.5; 100 butterfly-Chivers (J) 1:01.18; 100 freestyle-Warren (J) 52.60; 500 freestyle-PLeasant (J) 5:37.21; 200 freestyle relay-Jackson (Chivers, Wang, Ramos, Tracy) 1:43.69; 100 backstroke-Tracy (J) 1:03.63; 100 breaststroke-Ramos (J) 1:05.08; 400 freestyle relay-Jackson (Warren, Mullins, A. Mullins, Pleasant) 3:54.57. Records-Mariner 0-4 league, 2-6 overall. Jackson 4-0, 6-0.

Kamiak 113, Shorecrest 72: Tyler Hatch guided Kamiak to its third straight Wesco South victory, winning the 200-yard individual medley (25.59) and 100 freestyle (55.46). Shorecrest’s Dwight Thomas recorded a state qualifying time while winning the 500 freestyle. He also won the 200 freestyle with a time of 1:56.09.

200 medley relay-Kamiak (Chambers, Lau, Drury, Apathibal) 1:54.12; 200 freestyle-Thomas (SC) 1:56.09; 200 individual medley– Hench (SC) 2:14.88; 50 freestyle-Hatch (Kam) 25.59; Diving-Dudak (Kam) 213.35; 100 butterfly-Apathibal (Kam) 1:01.51; 100 freestyle-Hatch (Kam) 55.46; 500 freestyle-Thomas (SC) 4:59.28*; 200 freestyle relay-Kam (Jellison, Zuvela, Weatherbie, Drury) 1:43.31; 100 backstroke-Daniels (Kam) 1:06.07; 100 breaststroke-Lau (Kam) 1:09.61; 400 freestyle relay-Kam (Zuvela, Hatch, Apathibal, Daniels) 3:45.82. Records-Kamiak 3-0 league, 3-2 overall. SC 2-1, 4-2.

*4A state meet qualifying time.

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