Undefeated Enumclaw proves too much for Spartan swimmers

The visiting Enumclaw Hornets and their undefeated record proved too much for the Sumner boys swim team Tuesday night, besting the Spartans 129-57.

Sumner's Severn Anderson leads the way in the 100-yard breaststroke Jan. 22 against Enumclaw. Anderson notched the Spartans' only two victories in the meet.

The visiting Enumclaw Hornets and their undefeated record proved too much for the Sumner boys swim team Tuesday night, besting the Spartans 129-57.

Severn Anderson scored the only two victories for the Spartans, winning the 200-yard individual medley and the 100 breaststroke.

To see a slideshow from the meet, click here.

Other highlights for the Spartans included the team’s distance swimmers all picking up best times in the 500 yard freestyle with Josh Goodsell dropping six seconds, while Cade Atkins and Austin McKay each dropped 15 seconds off their time.

Cooper Dyson finished second in both the 50 and 100 freestyle and diver Bryce Corrigan also placed second with 165 points.

The Spartan 200 medley relay team of Thomas Oliver, Anderson, Dyson and Hunter Molen and the 200 freestyle team of Anderson, Dyson, Molen and Cameron Retzlaff also both finished in second.

The loss drops the Spartans record to 2-5. Sumner’s next meet is Thursday at Decatur.

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