Thursday’s prep boys swimming results


Meadowdale 91, Mariner 79

Mariner 119, Lynnwood 50

At Lynnwood Pool

200 medley relay—Meadowdale 1:55.45; 200 freestyle—Casey Barnett (Mead.) 1:59.70; 200 individual medley—Bryan Dove (Mar.) 2:37.53; 50 freestyle—Kyle Weis (Mead.) 22.78; 100 butterfly—Max Khaperman (Mead.) 1:12.4; 100 freestyle—Weis (Mead.) 50.53; 500 freestyle—Jack Busby (Mead.) 5:26.38; 200 freestyle relay—Meadowdale 1:39.07; 100 backstroke—Ian Meetsma (Mar.) 1:07.66; 100 breaststroke—Andreas Quist (Mead.) 1:12.80; 400 freestyle relay—Meadowdale 3:45.42.

Everett 107, Monroe 73

At Forest Park Pool

200 medley relay—Everett (Ethan Harber, Quinn Weiber, Joe Sisneros, Andrew Day) 1:56.46; 200 freestyle—Carson Moore (M) 2:07.77; 200 individual medley—Harber (E) 2:30.40; 50 freestyle—Ethan Ahrendt (E) 24.36; Diving—Benson Boone (M) 155.65; 100 butterfly—Sisneros (E) 59.38; 100 freestyle—Ahrendt (E) 52.10; 500 freestyle—Mitchell Boulter (M) 6:34.13; 200 freestyle relay—Everett (Ahrendt, Day, Sisneros, Bradley Webber) 1:43.86. 100 backstroke—Riley Verdier (M) 1:02.17; 100 breaststroke—Graydon Fuller (M) 1:18.22; 400 freestyle relay—Everett (Ahrendt, Harber, Sisneros, Webber) 3:47.25.

Snohomish 113, Marysville Pilchuck 67

Snohomish 112, Marysville Getchell 67

Glacier Peak 117, Marysville Pilchuck 61

Glacier Peak 120, Marysville Getchell 61

At Snohomish Aquatic Center

200 medley relay—Glacier Peak (Keyen O’Connell, Daniel Pokorny, Zach Cermak, Andrew Meneses) 1:53.47; 200 freestyle—Ben Ellis (S) 2:03.37; 200 individual medley—Colin Brenchley (S) 2:07.70; 50 freestyle—Meneses (GP) 23.25; Diving—Zachary Thomas (S) 334.65; 100 butterfly—John Snider (MG) 55.90; 100 freestyle—Meneses (GP) 50.65; 500 freestyle—Ellis (S) 5:35.01; 200 freestyle relay—Glacier Peak (Cermak, Jack Renschler, Pokorny, Meneses) 1:41.35; 100 backstroke—Snider (MG) 1:00.88; 100 breaststroke—Leif Anderson (MP) 1:12.55; 400 freestyle relay—Snohomish (Brenchley, Ben Olszewski, Ellis, Hayne Boyden) 3:53.20.

Jackson 121, Shorewood 49

At WEST Coast Aquatics

200 medley relay—Jackson (Neal Thai, Bryan Phung, Jeremiah Tien, Erik Anderson) 1:42.54; 200 freestyle—Anders Stenfjord (S) 1:48.55; 200 individual medley—Tien (J) 2:04.32; 50 freestyle—Jon Cook (J) 21.56; 100 butterfly—Tien (J) 53.68; 100 freestyle—Cook (J) 46.91; 500 freestyle—Stenfjord (S) 4:57.90; 200 freestyle relay—Jackson (Edward Engel, Thai, Justin Limberg, Cook) 1:31.44; 100 backstroke—Thai (J) 59.86; 100 breaststroke—Limberg (J) 1:01.95; 400 freestyle relay—Jackson (Tien, Limberg, Engel, Cook) 3:20.79.

Shorecrest 122, Cascade 63

At Shoreline Pool

200 medley relay—Shorecrest (Steven Zhu, Evan Deiparine, Daniel Zevenbergen, Joe Triesch) 1:50.71; 200 freestyle—Ryan Hallgrimson (S) 1:56.64; 200 individual medley—Spencer Thurman (S) 2:17.02; 50 freestyle—Travis Neils (S) 24.62; 100 butterfly—Aric Prieve (S) 58.04; Diving—Joseph Hofman (C) 245.15; 100 freestyle—Deiparine (S) 53.56; 500 freestyle—Jaxon Roberts (C) 5:47.84; 200 freestyle relay—Shorecrest (Zevenbergen, Neils, Prieve, Altay Sarikaya) 1:35.97; 100 backstroke—Timothy Billing (S) 1:02.29; 100 breaststroke—Ash Maria (S) 1:08.32; 400 freestyle relay—Cascade (Andrei Cira, Jacob Elenbaas, Maxwell Nelson, James DeLong) 3:44.88.

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