Julia Jeffers competes in the 200 individual medley as the Wolves take on Port Angeles on Oct. 7. Jeffers placed fourth in 3:13.50. Sequim Gazette photo by Michael Dashiell

Julia Jeffers competes in the 200 individual medley as the Wolves take on Port Angeles on Oct. 7. Jeffers placed fourth in 3:13.50. Sequim Gazette photo by Michael Dashiell

Girls swimming: Riders sweep events in league meet; Wolves earn 7 district qualifying times

Sequim’s deep and talented rival team from the west swept first place in all 11 events, as Port Angeles dominated an Olympic League meet 120-46 at the YMCA of Sequim on Oct. 7.

Mackenzie DuBois (200 IM, 100 butterfly) and Harper McGuire (500 free, 200 free) earned two individual wins apiece while Danika Asgeirsson (100 backstroke), Rachel Cooper (100 breaststroke), Anne Edwards (50 free) and Sage Hunter (100 free) each picked up wins for the visiting Roughriders.

Sequim (3-3) got district meet qualifying times from Hi’Ilei Robinson in the 50 free (28.96) and 100 free (1:04), Lauren Sundin in the 100 backstroke (1:13.37) and 100 free (1:04.57), Melia Nelson in the 100 butterfly (1:16.86), as well as the Wolves’ 200 medley relay (Nelson, Robinson, Sundin and Julie Jeffers, in 2:15.94) and 400 free relay (Robinson, Sundin, Natalie Cross and Petra Bernsten, in 4:27.10).

Meet times are unofficial, coaches said, because of a technical glitch that didn’t allow a computer to sync with the timing system.

The Wolves competed without senior Mia Coffman, a district qualifier in multiple events.

Coming up

Sequim was scheduled to swim against East Jefferson on Oct. 5 — the meet was rescheduled to Oct. 12 and results were not available at press time.

The Wolves are at Olympic on Oct. 14 before competing in the Last Chance meet on Tuesday, Oct. 26, at Port Angeles.

Swimmers meeting district standards along with some wildcard entries compete at the 1A-2A West Central District championships held at Hazen High School in Renton Nov. 5-6.

Top finishers and athletes meeting state benchmarks then compete at the state 2A meet, set for Nov. 12-13 in Federal Way.

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