Storm dominate relays, beat Cubs

THE BELLINGHAM HERALDJanuary 14, 2014 

Squalicum's boys' swimming team swept the relays and raced to a 120-54 victory over Sedro-Woolley on Tuesday, Jan. 14, at Fidalgo Pool.

"The medley relay looked really good," coach Randy Elsner said in a phone interview. "It was a good, hard meet."

Ryan Harris was one swimmer who really impressed Elsner with his relay splits and the coach is even more pleased that he has gotten past his 100 backstroke time of last season.

The Storm (4-0) are back in the pool on Thursday, Jan. 16, to take on Anacortes at Arne Hanna Aquatic Center.

SQUALICUM 120, SEDRO-WOOLLEY 54

200 medley relay: Squalicum (Matt Lovell, Rowan King, Bobby Iverson, Lucas Roberts) 1:54.04; 200 freestyle: Andi DeKoster (Squalicum) 2:05.87; 200 individual medley: Nick Turgeon-Orde (SW) 2:18.26; 50 freestyle: Rowan King (Squal) 0:24.23; Diving: Wilson Dierdorff (Squalicum) 127.1; 100 butterfly: Nick Turgeon-Orbe (SW) 1:03.36; 100 freestyle: Rowan King (Squal) 0:52.92; 500 freestyle: Tom Long (SW) 6:40.78; 200 freestyle relay: Squalicum (Nathan Kamkoff, Andi DeKoster, Rowan King, Neall Koetje) 1:40.76; 100 backstroke: Nick Turgeon-Orbe (SW) 1:01.14; 100 breaststroke: Nathan Kamkoff (Squal) 1:12.44; 400 freestyle relay: Squalicum (Andi DeKoster, Jeremy Grey, Ryan Harris, Neall Koetje) 3:59.36.

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