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Wildcats split double dual meet | Swimming

Defending district champion Shorewood handed the Oak Harbor High School swim and dive team its first loss of the season 105-72 at the Shoreline Pool Thursday, Dec. 8, but the Wildcats dumped Stanwood 94-76 in the other half of the double dual meet.

Oak Harbor (4-1) returns home Monday, Dec. 12, for a 6 p.m. meet with Everett.

Jacob and Josh Jepsen collected the only wins for the Wildcats.

Jacob Jepsen captured the 200-yard freestyle (1:52.33) and the 500 free (5:03.11), while Josh Jepsen won the 200 individual medley (2:04.51) and 100 breaststroke in a state-qualifying 1:03.83.

Other results:

Third: Dakota Powers, diving, 109.1; John Kaltenbach, 100 fly, 1:04.34; Caley Powers, 100 free, 55; Toren Wood, 100 back, 1:04.88; 200 medley relay, Jacob Jepsen, Josh Jepsen, Caley Powers, Kevin Levy, 1:47.07; 200 free relay, Jacob Jepsen, Levy, Caley Powers, Josh Jepsen, 1:37.1; 400 free relay, Wood, Dakota Powers, Kaltenbach, Jeron Kosbar,3:59.99.

Fourth: Wood, 200 IM, 2:23.4; Matt Barrailler, diving, 80.1; Kosbar, 100 fly, 1:04.74; Levy, 100 free, 55.77.

Fifth: Kaltenbach, 200 free, 2:06.23; Caley Powers, 50 free, 24.94; 200 medley relay, Wood, David Kusnick, Kosbar, Kaltenbach, 1:58.19.

Sixth: Kosbar, 200 IM, 2:26.58; Levy, 50 free, 25.11; 200 free relay, Adriel Eckart, Jaxon Wolfe, Dakota Powers, Keaton Dieter, 1:51.69; 400 free relay, Barrailler, Derek Volk, Eckart, Kusnick, 4:33.83.

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