Tuesday’s prep boys swimming results


Lake Stevens 133, Monroe 46

At Lake Stevens H.S.

200 medley relay—Lake Stevens (Carter Walles, Bailey Griffin, Alejandro Flores, Coleson Wynne) 149:90; 200 freestyle—Walles (LS) 1:53.01; 200 individual medley—Riley Verdier (M) 2:09.29; 50 freestyle—Flores (LS) 23.63; Diving—Riley Koon (LS) 202.55; 100 butterfly—Quade McKenzie (LS) 1:00.78; 100 freestyle—Miles Slater (LS) time; 500 freestyle—Walles (LS) 5:07.51; 200 freestyle relay—Lake Stevens (Flores, Slater, McKenzie, Kyle Rasmussen) 1:38.50; 100 backstroke—Gideon Marlatt (LS) 1:05.28; 100 breaststroke—Flores (LS) 59.41; 400 freestyle relay—Lake Stevens (McKenzie, Walles, Slater, Wynne) 3:3517.

Everett 128, Marysville Pilchuck 47

Everett 121, Marysville Getchell 60

At Forest Park Pool

200 medley relay—Everett (Charlie Havener, Quinn Weiber, Joe Sisneros, Bradley Webber) 1:58.99; 200 freestyle—Ethan Ahrendt (E) 1:58.93; 200 individual medley—Jordan Lindgren (E) 2:44.48; 50 freestyle—John Snider (MG) 24.23; Diving —Henry Bass (E) 142.55; 100 butterfly—Sisneros (E) 59.77; 100 freestyle—Webber (E) 58.93; 500 freestyle—Ahrendt (E) 5:22.42; 200 freestyle relay—Everett (Ahrendt, Harber, Sisneros, Webber) 1:42.58; 100 backstroke—Snider (MG) 59.88; 100 breaststroke—Weiber (E) 1:17.63; 400 freestyle relay—Everett (Ahrendt, Harber, Sisneros, Webber) 3:50.14.

Jackson 98, Kamiak 72

At WEST Coast Aquatics

200 medley relay—Jackson (Neal Thai, Bryan Phung, Jeremiah Tien, Erik Anderson) 1:42.03; 200 freestyle—Jon Cook (J) 1:43.17; 200 individual medley—Tien (J) 2:00.61; 50 freestyle—Brian Park (K) 23.20; 100 butterfly—Maxwell Fang (K) 53.60; 100 freestyle—C00k (J) 47.59; 500 freestyle—Anderson (J) 5:04.77; 200 freestyle relay—Jackson (Edward Engel, Thai, Justin Limberg, Cook) 1:31.60; 100 backstroke—Anderson (J) 59.17; 100 breaststroke—Phung (J) 1:02.03; 400 freestyle relay—Jackson (Tien, Engel, Limberg, Cook) 3:24.16.

Cascade 110, Mariner 76

At Kamiak H.S.

200 medley relay—Cascade (Roberts, Nguyen, Gundermann, Sibley) 1:51.43; 200 freestyle—Elenbaas (C) 2:06.74; 200 individual medley—Nguyen (C) 2:28.91; 50 freestyle—Delong (C) 23.70; Diving—Hofman (C) 265.55; 100 butterfly Delong (C) 59.34; 100 freestyle—Circa (C) 55.63; 500 freestyle—Mayfield (M) 6:12.82; 200 freestyle relay—Cascade (Elenbaas, Sibley, Delong, Circa) 1:36.53; 100 backstroke—Meetsma (M) 1:07.59; 100 breaststroke—Nguyen (C) 1:10.76; 400 freestyle relay—Cascade (Circa, Elenbaas, Nelson, Delong) 3:51.91.

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