The Squalicum boys’ swim team earned a 128-42 Northwest Conference win over Sedro-Woolley on Tuesday, Jan. 20, at Arne Hanna Aquatic Center.
Storm swimmers Franz Allendorfer and Rowan King were a part of four event wins. Allendorfer won 100 butterfly in 1 minute, 3.26 seconds and the 100 backstroke in 1:07:25. He also swam legs on Squalicum’s 200 medley and 200 freestyle winning relays. King won the 200 free in 1:53:32 and the 500 free in 5:27.52. Like Allendorfer, he swam in the 200 medley and 200 freestyle relays.
However, Storm coach Randy Elsner was most pleased with some of his second-string athletes.
“Jack Curnow was one who impressed me,” Elsner said in a phone interview. “Jeremy Gray also had a great time in the 500.”
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Blaine swimmer Kean Rouse, who competes with Squalicum, was the unofficial winner in the 200 IM, swimming a 2:13:56.
Squalicum 128, Sedro-Woolley 42
200 medley relay: Squalicum (Franz Allendorfer, Rowan King, Matt Lovell, Jonathan Hegeberg) 1:51:37; 200 freestyle: Rowan King (Sq) 1:53:32; 200 individual medley: Jake LaSalle (SW) 2:27:45; 50 freestyle: Nick Turgeon-Orbe (SW) 22:77; Diving: Wilson Dierdorff (Sq) 207.25; 100 butterfly: Franz Allendrofer (Sq) 1:03:26; 100 freestyle: Nick Turgeon-Orbe (SW) 49:82; 500 freestyle: Rown King (Sq) 5:27:52; 200 freestyle relay: Squalicum (Matt Lovell, Franz Allendorfer, Jonathan Hegeberg, Rowan King) 1:40:02; 100 backstroke: Franz Allendrofer (Sq) 1:07:25; 100 breaststroke: Jonathan Hegeberg (Sq) 1:11:79; 400 freestyle relay: Squalicum (Zander Lezine, Jeremy, Gray, Winter Gariss, Jack Curnow) 4:11:85