Sumner falls to Mountainview 102-84 | TUESDAY SWIM & DIVE
The following report was issued by SHS coach Maari Bennett
Boys Swim and Dive Team
Sumner vs Auburn Mountainview
Jan. 26, 2016
On Tuesday, January 26, 2016, the Sumner Men’s Swim and Dive team traveled to Auburn to complete against Auburn Mountainview in the last regular meet of the season.
It was another nail biting meet!! Three varsity, Sumner swimmers came down sick at the last minute and didn’t compete. Halfway through both teams were tied at 47, however; in the 100 freestyle Auburn placed 1st, 2nd, and 3rd with 3 district times and although the boys battled to the end we couldn’t catch up.
Final score of the meet was Auburn Mountainview 102 – Sumner 84.
Highlights of the evening included: junior Steve Yoon qualifying for districts in the 100 fly with a PR of 1:03.14 (district time is 1:03.5), Stephen Bone missing first place in the 100 butterfly by 4/100 of a second, and freshman Zach Pederson winning the 100 backstroke with a personal record of 1:11.79.
This weekend the team will travel to Lakes High School for sub-district meet.
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