Panthers and Spartans place at state swim meet

The Bonney Lake and Sumner girls swim teams competed Friday and Saturday in the 3A state meet at the King County Aquatics Center in Federal Way

Mikaela Miele swimming the 200 meter free swim.

The Bonney Lake and Sumner girls swim teams competed Friday and Saturday in the 3A state meet at the King County Aquatics Center in Federal Way.

Bonney Lake

The Panthers as a team took 36th with four points.

Freshman Kailyn Fleeman came in 22nd in the 200 individual medley in 2:25.18. She swam 21st in 500-yard freestyle  in 5:40.66.

Senior Ashley Yandt swam 14th in the 50 freestyle in 25.86 and in the 100 freestyle she took 16th in 57.52.

In the diving event junior Ally Erkers was 18th with a score of 195.65.

Junior Sammy McCurley was 20th with 179.20

Sumner

The Spartan girls finished 32nd as a team with eight points.

Mikaela Miele came in 13th in the 200-yard freestyle  2 minutes, 1.85 seconds.

Miele also took 13th in the 500 free style in 5:24.19.

 

 

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