North Kitsap and Kingston’s swim squads hosted swim meets Sept. 27 together with the Vikings defeating Olympic 111-51 while Kingston fell to the Port Angeles 144-14.
Although the teams split results, the four teams swam in unison at the NK Community Pool. NK won five events and had two state-qualifying times, and Kingston won one event.
Starting with the 200-yard medley relay, NK’s North Kitsap’s Audrey Crossgrove, Izzy Cera, Ashley Husmoe and Nadia Barry finished second with a time of 2 minutes, 9.31 seconds, while Olympic’s Kaylee Vogelpach, Tammy Leong, Jasmyn Coviello and Kaitlyn Maxey finished third with 2:24.35.
Viking Shosho McLain earned a state-meet qualifying time in the 200-yard freestyle with a first-place finish and clocking of 2:04.99. Kingston’s Lilia Manges finished third in 2:11.09.
Olympic’s Coviello and Vogelpach earned second and third in the 200-yard individual medley with times of 2:34.62 and 2:52.66.
The 50-yard freestyle had 21 entries. Viking Eden Parry finished third in 30.61 seconds, Cera fifth in 30.86 and Barry sixth in 31.66.
Olympic’s Eliza Hawley finished seventh in 36.06, Sofia Pavlik eighth in 38.49 and Ashlyn Ellis ninth in 38.69. Kingston’s Ariana Hurtado finished 10th with a time of 53.56.
The Vikings and Roughriders were the only teams with divers. NK’s Ema Riegel finished fourth with 89.45 points.
In the 100-yard butterfly, NK’s Natalie Ramey won in 1:13.47. Crossgrove finished third in 1:16.81.
Manges won the 100-yard freestyle by less than a 10th of a second, finishing in 59.90.
Husmoe finished second in 59.97 and Parry fourth in 1:08.35.
McLain and Barry earned silver and bronze medals in the 500-yard freestyle with times of 6:03.38 and 6:18.93.
McLain immediately returned to the pool with Husmoe, Cera and Crossgrove and finished first in the 200-yard freestyle relay with a state-qualifying time of 1:47.91. Ramey, Lila O’Neil-Heine, Parry and Jane Leithead finished third in 2:10.53.
Husmoe placed in her third-straight event by earning second in the 100-yard backstroke in 1:10.93. Vogelpach finished third in 1:17.22.
Crossgrove and Coviello finished first and second in the 100-yard breaststroke with times of 1:18.51 and 1:18.59.