Oak Harbor’s Caitlin Dennen swims to second place in the 50 freestyle. She later won the 100 backstroke.	(Photo by John Fisken)

Oak Harbor’s Caitlin Dennen swims to second place in the 50 freestyle. She later won the 100 backstroke. (Photo by John Fisken)

Stanwood strokes by Wildcats / Swim and dive

The Stanwood High School swim and dive team won nine of 11 events to sink Oak Harbor 120-47 Tuesday, Oct. 1, at John Vanderzicht Memorial Pool.

Oak Harbor’s wins came from Caitlin Dennen (100-meter backstroke, 1:19.06) and the 200 medley relay team of Frances Empinado, Dennen, Grace Chargualaf and Diandra Dominguez (2:31.41).

The Wildcats (1-3) host Snohomish (5-0) at 3:30 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 8.

Other Oak Harbor results with Stanwood

Second: Empinado, 200 individual medley, 3:07.95; Dennen, 50 freestyle, 32.36; Casey Cabigting, 100 butterfly, 1:27.61; Dominguez, 100 breaststroke, 1:36.95.

Third: Empinado, 100 back, 1:23.05; 200 free relay (Dominguez, Lindsey Griffith, Christine Magno, Elena Lorci), 2:38.61; 400 free relay (Empinado, Cabigting, Chargualaf, Dennen), 5:12.5.

Fourth: Cabigting, 200 free, 2:58.72; Dominguez, 100 free, 1:19.77; Mekayla VonGrey, 400 free, 6:27.54.

Fifth: Griffith, 200 free, 3:22.82; 50 free, 39.24; Chargualaf, 100 fly, 1:40.5; Lorci, 100 free, 1:27.26; 200 free relay (Kyela Yarbrough, Sadie Gunter, Rio Higashijima, Mekayla Smith-Day), 3:27.18; 400 free relay (Griffith, Lorci, Hannah Mayne, VonGrey), 6:27.44.

Grace Chargualaf competes in the 100-meter butterfly for the Wildcats. (Photo by John Fisken)

Grace Chargualaf competes in the 100-meter butterfly for the Wildcats. (Photo by John Fisken)

Frances Empinado swims the backstroke leg of the individual medley.	(Photo by John Fisken)

Frances Empinado swims the backstroke leg of the individual medley. (Photo by John Fisken)

Sadie Gunter takes sixth in the 200-meter freestyle.	(Photo by John Fisken)

Sadie Gunter takes sixth in the 200-meter freestyle. (Photo by John Fisken)

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