Sehome girls' swimming gets win over Anacortes

THE BELLINGHAM HERALDOctober 24, 2013 

The Sehome girls' swim team defeated Anacortes 128-57 on Thursday, Oct. 24, Arne Hanna Aquatic Center.

"We knew it was for second in the conference, and to put us in there solid. ... We are happy about that," Sehome coach Don Helling said in a phone interview.

Gwen Roley had one individual win (100 butterfly) and three relay wins (200 medley, 200 freestyle and 400 freestyle). Ellie Poehlman had wins in the 200 freestyle and 400 freestyle relay.

Lauren Avery, though, was one that stood out for Helling.

"The swimmer of the meet was Lauren Avery, who won the 100 breaststroke," Helling said. "She had an especially good (race)."

SEHOME 128, ANACORTES 57

200 medley relay: Nina Djukic, Hannah Holmgren, Shirley Lam, Gwen Roley (Sehome) 2:03.12; 200 freestyle: Ellie Poehlman (Sehome) 2:15.10; 200 individual medley: Miranda Blackburn (Sehome) 2:43.48; 50 freestyle: Shirley Lam (Sehome) 27.42; Diving: Stephanie Rey (Sehome) 147.05; 100 butterfly: Gwen Roley (Sehome) 1:06.87; 100 freestyle: April Masters (Anacortes) 1:01.13; 500 freestyle: Bella Wyll (Anacortes) 6:05.40; 200 freestyle relay: Gwen Roley, Sophie Grambo, Ellie Poehlman, Shirley Lam (Sehome) 1:50.10; 100 backstroke: Megan Mundell (Sehome) 1:10.64; 100 breaststroke: Lauren Avery (Sehome) 1:21.81; 400 freestyle relay: Shirley Lam, Ellie Poehlman, Hannah Holmgren, Gwen Roley (Sehome) 4:03.78.

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