Sumner loses first meet | Boys Swimming

The Spartans swam in its first meet of the season at Steilacoom on Thursday, Dec. 12. Sumner lost 101-78.

The Spartans swam in its first meet of the season at Steilacoom on Thursday, Dec. 12.

Sumner lost 101-78.

The Spartans swam district times in the 200 medley relay and in the 200 free relay, coach Jerry Turner said.

Swimming the 200 medley relay were Chase Lawrence, Chase Davis, Devin Drobney and Hunter Molen and the swimmers in the 200 free relay were Molen, Cameron Retzlaff, Davis and Drobney.

Drobney also swam district times in both the 50 and 100 free.

Turner said distance swimmers did a great job during the meet.

Austin McKay was five seconds shy of a district time in the 500, Turner said.

Justin Hansen and Davis placed second and third in the 100 fly.

For diving, David Kakuk “had amazing dives,” Turner said. Kakuk earned 198 point with six dives.

The Spartans will travel to Auburn Mountainview at 3:30 p.m. on Thursday, Dec. 19 at the Auburn School District Pool.

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