The Lynden boys' swim team swept the relays and defeated Bellingham 113-57 in a Northwest Conference meet on Tuesday, Dec. 11, at Arne Hanna Aquatic Center.
The win improved the Lions to 1-1 while the Red Raiders dropped to 1-1.
"The kids did really well," Lynden coach Steve Gibb said in a phone interview. "They showed good effort."
Lynden's 200 medley relay team of Jeffrey Propersi, Bryton Snavely, Jan Wolfisberg and Lorenzo Perez won in a time of 1 minute, 52.4 seconds. The Lions also won the 200 freestyle relay with Giovanni Galarza, Grant Williams, Brian Anker and Gianluca Calzavara (1:47.6) and the 400 freestyle relay with Propersi, Robby Knapp, Galarza and Williams (3:52.5).
Propersi also won the 100 backstroke while Wolfisberg was first in the 100 breastroke.
Bellingham had two swimmers win two events. Martin Slolely won the 200 freestyle and the 100 freestyle while teammate Logan Dozal took first in the 200 individual medley and the 500 freestyle.
LYNDEN 113, BELLINGHAM 57
200 medley relay: Lynden (Jeffrey Propersi, Bryton Snavely, Jan Wolfisberg, Lorenzo Perez) 1:52.4; 200 freestyle: Martin Sloley (Bellingham) 2:01.4; 200 individual medley: Logan Dozal (Bellingham) 2:23.68; 50 freestyle: Lorenzo Perez (Lynden) 25.2; Diving: Andrew Twedt (Bellingham) 88.6; 100 butterfly: Bryton Snavely (Lynden) 1:04.46; 100 freestyle: Martin Sloley (Bellingham) 55.2; 500 freestyle: Logan Dozal (Bellingham) 5:41.4; 200 freestyle relay: Lynden (Giovanni Galarza, Grant Williams, Brian Anker, Gianluca Calzavara) 1:47.6; 100 backstroke: Jeffrey Propersi (Lynden) 1:08.2; 100 breaststroke: Jan Wolfisberg (Lynden) 1:09.9; 400 freestyle relay: Lynden (Jeffrey Propersi, Robby Knapp, Giovanni Galarza, Grant Williams) 3:52.5.