Shorecrest, Shorewood State Swimming qualifiers

Friday, February 19, 2010

Swimmers and divers from Shorecrest and Shorewood compete Friday and Saturday in the State high school boys’ championships at the King County Acquatics Center in Federal Way.
In the 4A classification, Shorewood has state qualifiers in nine of the twelve events, missing only the 200-yard freestyle, the 500 freestyle and the 400 free relay.

Shorewood State Qualifiers

200 medley relay—Shorewood team of Thor Stenfjord, Mackey Hopen, Marcus Gill and Colin Bell
200 individual medley— Thor Stenfjord
50 freestyle—Mackey Hopen
Diving— Eddie Young
100 butterfly—Marcus Gill
100 freestyle— Stenfjord
200 freestyle relay— Shorewood team of Stenfjord, Gill, Leif Danielsen and Mackey Hopen)
100 backstroke— Marcus Gill
100 breaststroke—-- Hopen
In the 3A classification, Shorecrest has state qualifiers in 11 of the 12 events, missing only in the 200-yard freestyle.

Shorecrest State Qualifiers

200-yard medley relay Shorecrest team of Carter Osborne, Kevin McKay, Kenny Johnson and Jacob Farris
200 individual medley— Kevin McKay
50 freestyle—Erik Ramsey
Diving-- Reyes McElmurray, Nathan Hannah
100 butterfly— Kenny Johnson
100 freestyle—Carter Osborne
500 freestyle—Cam McMahon, Josh Dyck
200 freestyle relay—Shorecrest team of Jeremy Donner, Jeffrey Zylstra, Russel Groves and Erik Ramsey
100 backstroke—Osborne
100 breaststroke—McKay
400 freestyle relay—Shorecrest team of Ramsey, Donner, McKay and Osborne
The swimmers qualified at Northwest District championship meets last weekend.
Shorecrest won the 3A District title in Anacortes with 385 points to Mount Vernon’s 199, Glacier Peak 183, Everett 138, Meadowdale 81, Lynnwood 67, Sedro-Woolley 50 and Ferndale 39.
In the 4A meet at Kamiak High School in Mukilteo, Shorewood placed third as a team. Team scores were Kamiak 612, Marysville-Pilchuck 394, Shorewood 344, Oak Harbor 288, Snohomish 263, Stanwood 248.5, Lake Stevens 222, Cascade 161.5, Jackson 157, Edmonds-Woodway 148, Mountlake Terrace 75, and Mariner 32.


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