The Sehome girls' swim team won 11 out of 12 events and wrapped up its dual meet schedule with 134-51 Northwest Conference win against Anacortes Thursday, Oct, 18. at Fidalgo Pool in Anacortes.
Though Sehome (8-0, 7-0 NWC) clinched a Northwest Conference title on Tuesday with its win against Squalicum, the Mariners officially became NWC champions with the win against Anacortes.
"I like the way we spread the events out," Sehome coach Don Helling said in a phone interview. "We had a different winner in each individual event. This final dual meet made us undefeated overall."
Megan Mundell, Gwendolyn Roley, Molly McGuire, Hannah Holmgren, Sophia Carbone, Ellie Poehlman, Shirley Lam and Leah Day all won events. Roley posted a state-qualifying time in the 200 individual medley with a swim of 2 minutes, 20.70 seconds. The IM is Roley's fourth state-qualifying mark this season.
SEHOME 134, ANACORTES 51
200 medley relay: Sehome (Nina Djukic, Leah Day, Zoey Sheinkopf, Ellie Poehlman) 2:08.81; 200 freestyle: Megan Mundell (Sehome) 2:16.80; 200 individual medley: Gwendolyn Roley (Sehome) 2:20.70 (SQ); 50 freestyle: Molly McGuire (Sehome) 26.80; Diving: Katie Brenner (Ana) 125.10; 100 butterfly: Hannah Holmgren (Sehome) 1:13.56; 100 freestyle: Sophia Carbone (Sehome) 1:03.45; 500 freestyle: Ellie Poehlman (Sehome) 5:41.92; 200 freestyle relay: Sehome (Gwendolyn Roley, Ellie Poehlman, Hannah Holmgren, Molly McGuire) 1:52.24. 100 backstroke: Shirley Lam (Sehome) 1:07.03. 100 breaststroke: Leah Day (Sehome) 1:20.97. 400 freestyle relay: Sehome (Gwendolyn Roley, Hannah Holmgren, Ellie Poehlman, Shirley Lam) 4:04.23.