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Oak Harbor finishes strong against Bruins | Swimming
Dominating the second half of the meet, the Oak Harbor High School swim team rolled by Cascade 106-76 at Everett's Forest Park Pool Thursday, Jan. 16.
The Wildcats held only a six-point lead, 48-42, after the first six events, then pulled away with a help of a sweep of the top three spots in the 100-yard backstroke and going 1-2 in the 200 free relay.
Cascade (2-4) hung with Oak Harbor early in part because it swept the diving, earning 13 points; the Wildcats do not have a dive team.
Caley Powers and Cedric Cabigting continued their strong season by winning two individual events and two relays.
Powers captured the 50 free (24.25) and 200 medley (2:15.47), and Cabigting won the 100 butterfly (58.74) and 100 back (1:01.62).
Powers and Cabigting teamed up with Dakota Powers and Micha Geist to win the 200 medley relay (1:54.65) and joined Derek Volk and Dakota Powers to take the 200 free relay (1:42.44).
Jake Nelson finished first in the 100 breaststroke (1:14.1).
Oak Harbor (5-2), along with Marysville Getchell (2-5), goes to Marysville-Pilchuck (1-6) for a double dual meet at 2:45 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 21.
Other Oak Harbor results at Cascade:
Second: Joe Gorman, 200 free, 2:07.5; 500 free, 5:37.83; Geist, 200 IM, 2:17.25; Dakota Powers, 100 free, 58.02; Ryan Cuajanco, 100 back, 1:09.35; 200 free relay (Cuajunco, David Nuanez, Michael Bukolt, Ben Danielson), 1:55.37; 400 free relay (Volk, Bukolt, Danielson, Gorman), 4:12.14.
Third: Volk, 200 free, 2:16.09; 50 free, 26.02; Eric Jensen, 100 fly, 1:08; Cuajunco, 100 free, 59.79; Geist, 500 free, 5:47.37; Clayton Livermore, 100 back, 1:12.82; 200 free relay (Cuajunco, Nelson, Jensen, Danielson), 2:00.37; 400 free relay (Jensen, Logan Clark, Jose Cabigting, Livermore), 4:35.35.
Fourth: Bukolt, 100 free, 1:04; Dakota Powers, 100 breast, 1:15.17; 200 free relay (Livermore, Clark, Jose Cabigting, Geist), 1:55.85.
Fifth: Raymond Paraiso, 200 free, 2:45.06; Danielson, 50 free, 27.16; Noel Pangilinan, 100 fly, 1:23.71; Jose Cabigting, 100 breast 1:18.58; 400 free relay (Paraiso, Jozef Mendoza, Alex Berry, Noah Zuniga), 4:58.97.