Oak Harbor’s Micah Franklin swims to first place in the 100-meter butterfly Thursday. (Photo by John Fisken)

Oak Harbor’s Micah Franklin swims to first place in the 100-meter butterfly Thursday. (Photo by John Fisken)

Wildcats split opener / Swim and dive

The Oak Harbor swim and dive team opened the season by splitting a double dual meet with the Snohomish high schools Thursday, Dec. 12, at John Vanderzicht Pool.

The team scores were not available, but Oak Harbor defeated Glacier Peak and lost to Snohomish.

Micah Franklin produced Oak Harbor’s only wins, taking the 200-meter individual medley (2:36.26) and the 100 butterfly (1:09.9).

Oak Harbor (1-1) hosts Everett (1-1) at 4 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 19.

Other Oak Harbor results against Snohomish and Glacier Peak

Second: Lawrence Zapata, 200 IM, 2:48.56; 100 breaststroke, 1:212.93; Ridgely Briddell, 100 butterfly, 1:18.27; 200 medley relay (Zapanta, Briddell, Franklin, Chandler Landolt), 2:15.15; 200 freestyle relay (Franklin, Zapanta, Briddell, Landolt), 2:01.36.

Third: Landolt, 50 free, 32.33.

Fourth: John Blankman, diving, 109; Michael Leckelt, 50 free, 33.33; Landolt, 100 free, 1:19.39; Briddell, 100 breaststroke, 1:33.08; 200 medley relay (Kyle Huang, Charles Brooks, Blankman, Leckelt), 2:32.42; 200 free relay (Huang, Blankman, Tyson Neal, Aiden Golden), 2:25.15; 400 free relay (Cameron Hoppock, Neal, Jake Mitten, Leckelt), 5:36.83.

Fifth: Jordan Fay, diving, 78.35; Austin Galletta, 100 free, 1:19.84; Samuel Noel, 400 free, 7:30.64; 400 free relay (Andrew Lof, Noel, James Fisher, Blankman), 5:54.04.

Sixth: Lof, 200 free, 3:06.51; Ethan Macaluso, diving, 66.75; Riley Williamson, 100 backstroke, 1:47.31; Brooks, 100 breaststroke, 1:49.77; Hoppock, 50 free, 33.57.

Cameron Hoppock competes in the butterfly for the Wildcats.(Photo by John Fisken)

Cameron Hoppock competes in the butterfly for the Wildcats. (Photo by John Fisken)

Andrew Lof takes sixth place in the 200 freestyle.(Photo by John Fisken)

Andrew Lof takes sixth place in the 200 freestyle. (Photo by John Fisken)

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