Girls swimming: Deep Wolves team sinks Redhawks

Olympic League standings

Team Lg. Over.

North Kitsap 4-0

Port Angeles 3-1

Sequim 3-1

Kingston 2-2

Klahowya 2-2

Port Townsend 1-3

Olympic 1-3

Bremerton 0-4

Another week, another strong set of swims for Sequim’s girls swim squad.

The Wolves improved to 3-1 overall with a 106-62 win over visiting Port Townsend on Sept. 26, setting six district meet-qualifying swims and a number of personal bests.

“Great races by many individuals and relay teams,” Sequim coach Sarah Thorson said.

Sophomore Mia Coffman posted her second state-qualifying mark in the 500 free (5:43) in as many meets and added a district qualifying swim in the 50 free (27.03).

Sequim’s 200 medley relay team of Natalie George, Sydney Swanson, Lauren Sundin and Petra Bernsten took first place in the event with a district qualifying time of 2:14.

The Wolves’ 400 free relay team of Sundin, Swanson, George and Coffman won in 4:23. A second 400 free relay team of Eislynn Flood, Aleah Chen, Claire Cronin and Francesca Bargis finished third in the event in 4:49. Both were district-qualifying swims.

The Wolves completed a sweep of tops spots in the relays, with the 200 free relay team of Bernsten, Flood, Riley Hough and Morgan Cariou placing first in 2:12.

The Wolves swept the 100 backstroke event, with Bargis in first with a district qualifying time of 1:14; Swanson was second in 1:19 and George was third in a personal best finish of 1:20.

Sundin took second overall in the 50 freestyle with a time of 29.03 and George third in 30.39.

Sundin added a second place finish in the 100 butterfly in 1:22; Cariou, her teammate, was third in 1:28.

Swanson took 2nd overall in the 200 IM with a time of 2:40, Chen was second in the 100 free (1:11) Melanie Bryne was second in the 100 breaststroke (1:36).

In all, five Sequim relays and three individuals (in four events) have qualified for the district meet.

See more photos from the event here.

Looking ahead

The Wolves are at North Kitsap on Oct. 3.

Sequim hosts its final home meet of the season Oct. 10 against Klahowya.

The Wolves compete at the Swimvitational on Oct. 12 at Olympic High School in Silverdale and are at Bremerton on Oct. 17, the final league meet of the season.

The Divisional Invitational (Last Chance Meet) is set for Oct. 25 at Silverdale, followed by the West Central District meet set for Nov. 8-9 at Hazen High School in Renton.

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