Enumclaw High swimmers compete at Class 4A state meet

Margaret Petellin broke her own school record at the event.

Representing Enumclaw High at the state swim meet were, from left, Ella Hoyne, Kate Perlot, Anna Bogh and Margaret Petellin. Contributed photo

Representing Enumclaw High at the state swim meet were, from left, Ella Hoyne, Kate Perlot, Anna Bogh and Margaret Petellin. Contributed photo

A quartet of Enumclaw High swimmers competed last weekend at the Class 4A state championships.

The state meet, bringing together swimmers and divers from throughout the state, gathered Nov. 15-16 at the King County Aquatic Center in Federal Way.

Representing EHS were Margaret Petellin, Anna Bogh, Ella Hoyne and Kate Perlot.

The foursome placed 20th in both the 200-yard medley relay and 400-yard freestyle relay. They swam a season-best time in the freestyle event.

Petellin had qualified individually in the 100-yard backstroke and, during Friday’s preliminary round, once again set a school record. She raced to a time of 1:00.19 to break her own EHS record, earning a spot in Saturday’s finals. She wound up placing 14th.

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