Sequim’s Wolves got 35 personal bests on the day in beating Klahowya 105-42 in a non-league meet on Oct. 11.
SHS’s 200 medley relay team of Mia Coffman, Sydney Swanson, Sonja Govertsen and Jasmine Itti won their event with a state-qualifying time of 2:00.87.
Coffman picked up a win in the 50 free with a state-qualifying swim of 26.08, while Itti took second in the same event with a 26.26, six-hundredths of a second off a state time.
Coffman nearly had another state qualifier, winning the 100 free in 57.8 seconds — three-hundredths of a second from state.
Govertsen added a state-qualifying time with a win in the 100 butterfly (1:03.68).
Sequim’s 200 freestyle relay of Anna Price, Natalie George, Petra Bernsten and Aleah Chen earned a district meet qualifying time of 2:06.41.
Other individual event winners for the Wolves (3-2-1) included Swanson in the 100 breaststroke (1:17.84), Claire Cronin in the 200 freestyle (2:33.48), Heidi Schmitt 200 individual medley (3:51.10) and Sydnee Price in the 100 backstroke (1:34.3)
The Wolves are at home for their final league meet of the season, set for Oct. 18 against the Bremerton Knights.
The postseason begins with a Divisional Invitational in Port Angeles on Oct. 23, when Sequim and other league athletes look for more district meet- and state meet-qualifying times.
Qualified swimmers compete at the West Central District meet scheduled for Nov. 2-3 at Hazen High School in Renton.
The state 2A swim/dive finals are set for Nov. 9-10 in Federal Way.