Hornets out-swim Spartans 109-77 | Boys Swim and Dive

In a tough competition against Enumclaw’s undefeated swim team, Sumner walked away earning a total of 77 points to Enumclaw’s 109.

Spartan and Hornet sports news

On Thursday, January 7, 2016, the Sumner Men’s Swim and Dive team traveled to Enumclaw for their first “away” meet of the year.

In a tough competition against Enumclaw’s undefeated swim team, Sumner walked away earning a total of 77 points to Enumclaw’s 109.

However, the score did not reflect the effort level the swimmers gave. 16 new personal records were set in the pool and freshmen Austin Skidmore and Ethan Talley competed in their first ever Varsity Dive Meet.

On Saturday, January 9, 2016, sophomore diver, Rafael Rodriguez, completed in an 11 dive meet at Lakes High School. Out of 27 divers Rafael placed 1st overall with a score of 363.95 and was the only diver to qualify for state.

 

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