EHS swimmers swamp Gators

By winning nine of 12 events, including a sweep of the three relays, Enumclaw High’s swimmers swamped the visiting Decatur Gators 105-69.

By winning nine of 12 events, including a sweep of the three relays, Enumclaw High’s swimmers swamped the visiting Decatur Gators 105-69.

The Dec. 19 meet – the Hornets’ final action before winter break – was contested at the Enumclaw Aquatic Center. The EHS squad next sees action on Jan. 4, traveling to take on the Puyallup Vikings.

By defeating Decatur, Enumclaw improved to 3-1 in North Puget Sound League 4A dual meets and 3-2 overall.

Winning the 200-yard medley relay with a time of 1 minute, 51.84 seconds was the Enumclaw quartet of Ben Hauswirth, Ethan Horan, Kyle Morgan and Brett Butler. In the 200-yard freestyle relay, Adam Percival joined Horan, Butler and Hauswirth to clock a time of 1:42.03; and in the 400 freestyle relay, it was Morgan, Percival, Travis Ediger and Tim Arensdorf posting a winning time of 4:07.61.

Horan had a busy day for EHS, also winning a pair of individual events. He was tops in the 100 freestyle with a time of 52:83 and the 100 breastroke, finishing in 1:07.84.

Arensdorf also was a two-time winner in individual events. He captured the 200 individual medley in 2:35.60 and the 100 backstroke in 1:16.19.

Other event winners for the Hornets were Hauswirth in diving, with 236.95 points, and Ediger in the 500-yard freestyle, in a time of 6:27.78.

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