Sehome girls' swimming dominates Burlington-Edison

THE BELLINGHAM HERALDOctober 17, 2013 

The Sehome girls' swim team won all 11 races in its 137-30 win over Burlington-Edison on Thursday, Oct. 17, at Fidalgo Pool.

Gwen Roley won two individual races while also being a part of two winning relay teams for the Mariners.

"She is our star, and she had a wonderful meet," Sehome coach Don Helling said in a phone interview.

Ellie Poehlman won the 200 free and was a part of two winning relay teams, and Hannah Holmgren added a win in the 100 breaststroke as well as the 200 medley relay and 200 freestyle relay.

Eva Baumgarten, a freshman, won the 500 freestyle by besting her previous personal best by 13 seconds.

"She really tore it up for the win," Helling said.

SEHOME 137, BURLINGTON-EDISON 30

200 medley relay: Megan Mundell, Hannah Holmgren, McKenna Sakamoto, Sophie Grambo (Sehome) 2:04.02; 200 freestyle: Ellie Poehlman (Sehome) 2:10.92; 200 individual medley: Gwen Roley (Sehome) 2:23.31; 50 freestyle: Sophie Grambo (Sehome) 27.47; 100 butterfly: McKenna Sakamoto (Sehome) 1:13.13; 100 freestyle: Nina Djukic (Sehome) 1:01.01; 500 freestyle: Eva Baumgarten (Sehome) 6:17.72; 200 freestyle relay: Gwen Roley, Hannah Holmgren, Sophie Grambo, Ellie Poehlman (Sehome) 1:51.71; 100 backstroke: Gwen Roley (Sehome) 1:05.25; 100 breaststroke: Hannah Holmgren (Sehome) 1:14.78; 400 freestyle relay: Gwen Roley, Nina Djukic, Megan Mundell, Ellie Poehlman (Sehome) 4:13.75.

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