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Vikings' depth too much for Oak Harbor | Swimming

Three Oak Harbor High School swimmers won two events, but Lake Stevens used its depth to defeat the visiting Wildcats 98-82 Thursday, Dec. 19.


Oak Harbor was also hurt by the lack of a dive team; the Vikings picked up 10 points in the event. Lake Stevens also took first in all three relays.


Joe Gorman (200 freestyle, 2:00.48; 500 free, 5:22.38), Caley Powers (50 free, 23.22; 100 butterfly, 55.31) and Cedric Cabigting (200 individual medley, 2:17.02; 100 backstroke, 1:01.47) each won a pair of events for the Wildcats.


Lake Stevens (3-1) also won six of the 12 events and displayed its depth by adding seven second places in the nine individual events.


Oak Harbor (3-2) is off until Thursday, Jan. 9, when it travels to Kamiak for a 3:15 p.m. meet. The powerful Knights are 4-0 and own a 101-82 win over Lake Stevens.


Other Oak Harbor results versus Lake Stevens:


Second: Micha Geist, 200 IM, 2:17.16; Dakota Powers, 100 breast, 1:15.22; 200 medley relay (Cabigting, Dakota Powers, Caley Powers, Geist), 1:51.04; 200 free relay (Geist, Derek Volk, Dakota Powers, Caley Powers), 1:41.5; 400 free relay (Ryan Caujunco, Michael Bukolt, Volk, Cabigting), 3:56.02.


Third: Erik Jensen, 100 fly, 1:07.58; Dakota Powers, 100 free, 58.32; Jake Nelson, 100 breast, 1:15.91; 200 medley relay (Cuajunco, Nelson, Jensen, Ben Danielson), 2:01.14.


Fourth: Volk, 200 free, 2:14.55; Danielson, 50 free, 26.73; Cuajunco, 500 free, 6:06.45; 100 back, 1:08.4; Geist, 100 breast, 1:16.61.


Fifth: Bukolt, 50 free, 27.02; Jose Cabigting, 1:12.15; Volk, 100 free, 59.49; Nelson, 500 free, 6:08.37; Clayton Livermore, 100 back, 1:12.36; 200 medley relay (Livermore, Dylan Klein, David Nuanez, Hunter Adams), 2:11.08; 200 free relay (Bukolt, Jensen, Jose Cabigting, Danielson), 1:55.37; 400 free relay (Adams, Josh Blyther, Livermore, Jose Cabigting), 4:32.07.

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