Central Kitsap’s Haley Morkert celebrates her victory in the 50-yard freestyle event. (Mark Krulish/Kitsap News Group)

Central Kitsap’s Haley Morkert celebrates her victory in the 50-yard freestyle event. (Mark Krulish/Kitsap News Group)

Central Kitsap wins tri-district swimming meet

EAST BREMERTON — The Cougars came away victorious in the tri-district meet held between Central Kitsap, Klahowya and Olympic.

Central Kitsap freshman Amanda Ashmore won two individual events — the 100-yard butterfly and the 100-yard backstroke — and was also part of two winning relay teams. Olympic’s Chloe Partsch took the top spot in the 100-yard freestyle and finished second in the 50-yard freestyle.

The Cougars outscored Olympic 117-47 and Klahowya 131-29.

Combined results

200 medley relay — 1. Central Kitsap (A. Ashmore, Kisaday, Morkert, Sims), 1:56.12; 2. Central Kitsap (Gibson, Hutchinson, K. Ashmore, Hebard), 2:11.13. 3. Central Kitsap (Linder, Yee, Anderson, Meeks), 2:20.99. 4. Olympic (Zimmer, Skillings, Hennigan, Harcks), 2:25.36; 5. Olympic (Ramirez, Westgrad, Cole, Cox), 2:35.25. 6. Olympic (Resol, Brown, Reyes, Woods), 2:41.34. 7. Klahowya (Johnson, Wells, Christman, L. Woelper), 2:48.13.

200 freestyle — 1. Chelsea Miller, Central Kitsap, 2:06.56; 2. Dani Snyder, Olympic, 2:08.85; 3. Liz Helmer, Klahowya, 2:19.09; 4. Arly Lagat, Olympic, 2:23.04; 5. Hannah Woelper, Klahowya, 2:35.96; 6. Emily Ellison, Olympic, 2:42.57; 7. Hannah Stewart, Klahowya, 2:52.72.

200 individual medley — 1. Alayna Kisaday, Central Kitsap, 2:26.26; 2. Beverly Hofer, Central Kitsap, 2:45.45; 3. Kora Lamy, Central Kitsap, 3:15.83.

50 freestyle — 1. Haley Morkert, Central Kitsap, 25.21; 2. Chloe Partsch, Olympic, 25.41; 3. Taylor Sims, Central Kitsap, 25.56; 4. Hannah Zimmer, Olympic, 27.66; 5. Melanie Cole, Olympic, 31.71. 6. Madi Corn, Klahowya, 37.68.

100 butterfly — 1. Amanda Ashmore, Central Kitsap, 1:01.87; 2. Liz Helmer, Klahowya, 1:04.96; 3. Maggie Gibson, Central Kitsap, 1:11.02; 4. Ainsley Anderson, Central Kitsap, 1:15.92; 5. Ginae Ramirez, Olympic, 1:24.85.

100 freestyle — 1. Chloe Partsch, Olympic, 55.10; 2. Taylor Sims, Central Kitsap, 56.01; 3. Haley Morkert, Central Kitsap, 56.03; 4. Aubree Hennigan, Olympic, 1:05.96; 5. Autumn Linder, Central Kitsap, 1:10.37; 6. Fiona Graham, Olympic, 1:10.35; 7. Anna Wells, Klahowya, 1:23.44.

500 freestyle — 1. Eleanor Hebard, Central Kitsap, 5:49.56; 2. Kira Ashmore, Central Kitsap, 6:24.42; 3. Kylee Hutchinson, Central Kitsap, 6:29.12; 4. Emily Ellison, Olympic, 7:19; 5. Kyra Cox, Olympic, 7:31.31; 6. Jamie Frei, Olympic, 8:55.04.

200 freestyle relay — 1. Central Kitsap (Sims, Miller, Kisaday, Morkert), 1:46.10; 2. Olympic (Zimmer, Lagat, Snyder, Partsch), 1:48.60; 3. Central Kitsap (Meeks, Anderson, Yi, Yee), 2:05.79; 4. Klahowya (Christman, Wells, H. Woelper, Helmer), 2:14.75; 5. Olympic (Ramirez, Westgrad, Skillings, Graham), 2:15.16.

100 backstroke — 1. Amanda Ashmore, Central Kitsap, 1:05.03; 2. Hannah Zimmer, Olympic, 1:09.87; 3. Winter Yi, Central Kitsap, 1:15.10; 4. Melanie Cole, Olympic, 1:19.60; 5. Rylee Hays, Central Kitsap, 1:27.40; 6. Hannah Stewart, Klahowya, 1:31.92; 7. Chelsea Resol, Olympic, 1:34.07.

100 breaststroke — 1. Alayna Kisaday, Central Kitsap, 1:18.34; 2. Dani Snyder, Olympic, 1:24.32; 3. Hannah Woelper, Klahowya, 1:29.93; 4. Amanda Yee, Central Kitsap, 1:33.20; 5. Kora Lamy, Central Kitsap, 1:38.66; 6. Mandy Christman, Klahowya, 1:45.13; 7. Alyssa Woods, Olympic, 1:48.23; 8. Anna Wells, Klahowya, 2:01.40.

400 freestyle relay — 1. Central Kitsap (A. Ashmore, Hebard, Gibson, Miller), 3:56.21; 2. Olympic (Partsch, Hennigan, Cole, Lagat), 4:17.48; 3. Central Kitsap (Hutchinson, Meeks, Yi, Hofer), 4:35.34; 4. Klahowya (Johnson, Helmer, Christman, H. Woelper), 4:58.27; 5. Olympic (Ramirez, Skillings, Ellison, Graham), 4:59.45; 6. Olympic (Resol, Westgrad, Hardy, Jahnke), 5:23.34; 7. Klahowya (Frank, Corn, Fite, Stewart), 5:55.90.

— Mark Krulish is a reporter for Kitsap News Group. He can be reached at mkrulish@soundpublishing.com. Follow him on Twitter @MKrulishKDN.

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