Sumner-Bonney Lake swim and dive teams makes strong showing at 3A state meet

Bonney Lake diver Samantha McCurley places 11th.

Bonney Lake and Sumner sports news

The Sumner High girls swim and dive team took 14th as a team the 3A state meet Saturday with a number of strong performances by the girls.

Sophomore Mikaela Miele took fifth in the 200 yard freestyle with a final time of 1 minute, 55.22 seconds and fifth in the 500 free in 5:10.01

The Spartan’s freestyle relay team of took 13th in 145.73. Swimming on the team were  Haven Carroll, Michael Ann Wilson, Samy Baxley the Miele.

Wilson took 15th in the 100 yard backstroke in 1:03.12.

In the dive event, McKenna Webster took sixth place with a score of 338.95. She also took 22nd in the 50 free in 26.00.


Bonney Lake

Bonney Lake diver Samantha McCurley took 11th scoring 290.50.

Panther Kailyn Fleeman swam 25th in the 500 free in 5:59.70

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