EHS SWIM AND DIVE: Hornets dive into season strong, fast

Enumclaw swimmers posted several district-qualifying times in their opening meet Sept. 13 with Sumner.

Mackenzie Bull

Enumclaw swimmers posted several district-qualifying times in their opening meet Sept. 13 with Sumner.

The 200-yard medley relay of Cassie Cook, Allie Larrea, Carley Hinman and Mackenzie Bull kicked off the meet with a winning time of 2 minutes, 08.90 seconds. EHS’s second-place team of Bailey Sexton, Katie Larrea, Carlie Cairnes and Erin Wessel also posted a district time in 2:13.20.

Bella Davenport and Rachel Holston posted district times in the 200 freestyle.

Katie Larrea and Sexton raced to district times in the 200 individual medley. Sexton also qualified in the 100 backstroke.

Allie Larrea and Erin Wessel’s 1-2 finish in the 50 freestyle were district times. Wessell and Davenport posted district times in the 100 freestyle.

Katie Larrea posted a district time in the 100 butterfly.

The Hornets’ 200 freestyle relay of Wessel, Hannah Kinniburgh, and the Larreas and the team of Hinman, Cook, Jamie Ritzdorf and Davenport were district qualifiers.

Allie Larrea posted a district time in the 100 breaststroke. The 400 freestyle relay of Sexton, Holston, Cairnes and Davenport also qualified.

Nikki Wilson easily won the diving with a sore of 165.9 points.

The Hornets beat Decatur Thursday, but results were not made available.


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