The Bellingham girls' swim team defeated Anacortes 104-81 in a Northwest Conference meet Tuesday, Oct. 2, in Anacortes.
"It was a close, hard-fought meet," Bellingham coach Jeff Anderson said. "I think our depth really came through. We had some good second and third place finishes that helped us out if we didn't win the events."
Bellingham was led by Maddie Gillman, who won all four events she participated in.
"Maddie continues her winning streak. She just keeps winning and that's nice to see," Anderson said. "Overall I am pleased. They have been working hard and are still ready to swim fast at meets."
Gillman won the 100 freestyle with a time of 59.25 seconds. She also won the 50 freestyle in 27.39.
Bellingham is now 2-2, 2-2 NWC and will host Ferndale on Thursday, Oct. 4.
BELLINGHAM 104, ANACORTES 81
200 medley relay: Bellingham (Savannah Smith, Yvonne DuBois, Maddie Gillman, Anna McNabb) 2:15.79; 200 freestyle: April Masters (Anacortes) 2:13.91; 200 individual medley: Anna McNabb (Bellingham) 2:42.79; 50 freestyle: Maddie Gillman (Bellingham) 27.39; Diving: Ellie Kindlund (Bellingham) 133.35; 100 butterfly: Grace Dahl (Bellingham) 1:16.11; 100 freestyle: Maddie Gillman (Bellingham) 59.25; 500 freestyle: Bella Wyll (Anacortes) 6:20.92; 200 freestyle relay: Bellingham (Anna McNabb, Madeline Cassar, Valentina Lopez, Maddie Gillman) 1:57.60; 100 backstroke: Larissa Grieves (Anacortes) 1:18.13; 100 breaststroke: Bella Wyll (Anacortes) 1:23.39; 400 freestyle relay: Anacortes (Tara Bigelow, Maddy Graham, Larissa Grieves, April Masters) 4:30.08.