Cascade clips ‘Cats / Swim and dive

The Cascade High School swim and dive team, coached by Oak Harbor graduate Eric Smith, defeated the Wildcats 106-77 Thursday, Jan. 16, in Everett.

Oak Harbor picked up only one win in the meet. Ridgely Briddell, Lawrence Zapanta, Chandler Landolt and Micah Franklin captured the 200 freestyle relay in 1:48.23.

The Wildcats’ meet at Mount Vernon Tuesday was postponed because of snow. No makeup date has been set.

Oak Harbor (2-4) hosts Archbishop Murphy (0-7) at 4 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 23.

Other Oak Harbor results versus Cascade

Second: Andrew Lof, 200 free, 2:48.64; Micah Franklin, 200 individual medley, 2:21.3; 100 butterfly, 1:04.4; Tyson Neal, 100 free, 1:08.11; Rylan Quiros, 50 free, 25.68; Chandler Landolt, 100 backstroke, 1:17.2; 200 medley relay (Lawrence Zapanta, Ridgely Briddell, Franklin, Landolt), 2:01.21; 400 free relay (Neal, Jacob Swanson, Jake Mitten, Caden Leckelt), 4:39.81.

Third: Samuel Noel, 200 free, 2:58.29; Briddell, 100 fly, 1:08.57; Austin Hoppock, 500 free, 7:50.65; Gage Powers, 100 back, 1:24.21; Quiros, 100 breaststroke, 1:19.33; 200 free relay (Ralph Ramier, Aiden Golden, Cameron Hoppock, Kyle Huang), 2:05.18; 400 free relay (Cameron Hoppock, Riley Williamson, Powers, Golden), 4:57.61.

Fourth: Elias Thompson, 200 free, 3:04.17; Swanson, 200 IM, 3:01.7; Cameron Hoppock, 100 fly, 1:17.79; Golden, 100 free, 1:09.53; Lof, 500 free, 7:55.79; Briddell, 100 breast, 1:21.7; 200 medley relay (Austin Hoppock, Williamson, Swanson, Leckelt), 2:28.17.

Fifth: Charles Brooks, 200 IM, 3:20.34; Landolt, 50 free, 29.17; Swanson, 100 free, 1:09.65; Tyler Mattson, 500 free, 8:07.96; Austin Galletta, 100 back, 1:29.96; Williamson, 100 breast, 1:30.09.

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