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Swim team splits

Oak Harbor’s Rachel Weinstein is off the starting block in a hurry swimming the breaststroke leg for the winning 200-meter medley relay team. Weinstein also won the 400-meter freestyle in Tuesday’s three-way meet with Glacier Peak and Snohomish.    - Tim Adams/Whidbey News-Times
Oak Harbor’s Rachel Weinstein is off the starting block in a hurry swimming the breaststroke leg for the winning 200-meter medley relay team. Weinstein also won the 400-meter freestyle in Tuesday’s three-way meet with Glacier Peak and Snohomish.
— image credit: Tim Adams/Whidbey News-Times

Oak Harbor hosted the first three-way high school swim meet in recent years at John Vanderzicht Memorial Pool Tuesday afternoon and came away with a split against Glacier Peak and Snohomish.

Swimming against Glacier Peak the Wildcats were 108-78 winners, but it was a different story against the Snohomish Panthers.

The Panthers came into the meet with a perfect record and left the same way with a 106-77 win over the Wildcats to boost their season record to 5-0.

Oak Harbor is 3-2 in league meets and 4-3 overall, while Glacier Peak has a record of 2-2 in the league and 2-3 overall.

Against Glacier Peak, the Wildcat 200 medley relay team composed of Amanda Streubel, Rachel Weinstein, Ciara Hu and Karina Concepcion won the event in a time of 2:13.37.

Hu won the 200 individual medley at 2:35.53 and Concepcion won the 100 freestyle in a time of 1:06.78.

Weinstein was the winner in the 400 freestyle clocked at 4:51.23 and Streubel won the 100 backstroke at 1:11.62, and teamed with Tori Nickerson, Abby Rankin and Abby Leete on the winning 200 freestyle relay with a clocking of 2:10.42

Streubel’s backstroke time of 1:11.62 also was good enough to be one of the two Oak Harbor winners against Snohomish.

Rankin was the other winner against the Panthers, capturing the diving competition with a score of 97.65 points.

Oct 7

Oak Harbor 108, Glacier Peak 78

(Oak Harbor winners)

200 medley relay — Oak Harbor (Amanda Streubel, Rachel Weinstein, Ciara Hu and Karina Concepcion) 2:13.37; 200 individual medley — Ciara Hu 2:35.53; 100 freestyle — Karina Concepcion 1:06.78; 400 freestyle — Rachel Weinstein 4:51.23; 200 freestyle relay — Oak Harbor (Tori Nickerson, Abby Rankin, Amanda Streubel and Abby Leete) 2:10.42; 100 backstroke — Amanda Streubel 1:11.62.

Snohomish 106, Oak Harbor 77

(Oak Harbor winners)

Diving — Abby Rankin 97.65 points; 100 backstroke — Amanda Streubel 1:11.62.

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