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Toren Wood helps Oak Harbor win the 200 medley relay against Monroe Monday. - Jim Waller / Whidbey News-Times
Toren Wood helps Oak Harbor win the 200 medley relay against Monroe Monday.
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Monroe couldn't handle the talent or depth of the Oak Harbor High School swim team and was swamped by the Wildcats 122-39 at John Vanderzicht Pool Monday, Dec. 16.


Oak Harbor registered nine firsts and eight seconds in 11 events, all without one of its top swimmers, Caley Powers, who missed the meet while on a college visitation.


Cedric Cabigting (100 butterfly, 1:06.31; 100 backstroke, 1:09.25) and Joe Gorman (200 freestyle, 2:16.09; 400 free, 4:44.41) each own two individual events.


The pair also picked up two relay wins. They teamed up with Toren Wood and Dakota Powers to take the 200 medley relay (2:06.83). Cabigting, Powers, Micha Geist and Jake Nelson won the 200 free relay (1:55.54); and Gorman, Powers, Derek Volk and Ryan Cuajunco captured the 400 free relay (4:36.43).
Powers collected an individual first (100 breaststroke, 1:20.62) to go with his three relay wins, and Volk won the 50 free (28.54).

Michael Bukolt clocked the day’s best time in the 100 free (1:11.65) but couldn’t officially win the race because it was in a junior varsity heat.


Oak Harbor (3-0) goes to Lake Stevens (2-0) at 3:15 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 19.
Other results versus Monroe:


Second: Josh Blyther, 200 free, 2:53.72; 100 free, 1:15.85; Geist, 200 IM, 2:33.46; Cuajunco, 50 free, 31.11; Nelson, 400 free, 5:24.7; Clayton Livermore, 100 back, 1:20.84; 200 medley relay (Cuajunco, Nelson, Erik Jensen, Volk), 2:16.44; 400 free relay (Blyther, Alex Berry, Livermore, Bukolt), 5:29.51.


Third: Raymond Paraiso, 200 free, 3:08.21; Wood, 200 IM, 2:50.55; Jensen, 100 fly, 1:16.38; Berry, 100 free, 1:17.86; Cuajunco, 400 free, 5:24.78; Geist, 100 breast, 1:29.64; 200 free relay (Livermore, Jose Cabigting, Hunter Adams, Volk), 2:08.93; 400 free relay (Logan Clark, Stephen Miller, Gavin Stewart, Daniel Ross), 5:33.61.


Fourth: Paraiso, 100 fly, 1:33.34; Jozef Mendoza, 100 free, 1:23.57; Nelson, 100 breast, 1:32.81; 200 medley relay (Livermore, Jose Cabigting, Paraiso, Adams), 2:26.4; 200 free relay (Bukolt, Blyther, David Nuanez, Berry), 2:16.04.


Fifth: Berry, 50 free, 32.41; Andrew Franssen, 100 free, 1:29.84.

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