EHS taking seven to state swim meet

Among them is the relay team of Margaret Petellin, Elise Pratt, Anna Bogh and Ryley Pilato.

The Enumclaw High swim and dive program will send seven athletes to the Nov. 9-10 state meet, staged once again at the King County Aquatic Center in Federal Way.

Most recently, the EHS squad competed at the West Central District meet at Curtis High.

A highlight came in the 200 medley relay, where the team of Margaret Petellin, Elise Pratt, Anna Bogh and Ryley Pilato broke a school record that had stood for 30 years, earning a state trip in the process. Additionally, the 400 freestyle relay team of Bogh, Jessica Lee, Petellin and Pratt turned in their season best, also earning a state allocation.

Individually, Petellin placed seventh in the 100 backstroke, breaking her own school record while qualifying for state. Pratt will represent EHS in both the 200 individual medley and 100 breaststroke.

Bogh swam personal best times in the 100 butterfly and 100 backstroke, missing a state allocation by one place.




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