Inglemoor wins all-Northshore swim meet | Prep Roundup
September 13, 2011 · Updated 3:03 PM
The Northshore swim teams got their seasons kicked off in a tight battle at Redmond Pool last Thursday, Sept. 8 in a double-dual swim meet as Inglemoor beat Woodinville (94-76) and Bothell (100-75). Woodinville defeated the Cougars by a score of 96-76.
Event highlights featured the Viking 200 medley relay team of Leann Yee, Kristy Chiang, Sage Speak and Kayla Robertson winning in 1 minute, 58.47 seconds, with Speak taking the 200 free (2:10.83), 200 IM (2:16.75) and 100 free (56.55) races as well, the latter two times qualifying her for the state meet in those events.
Vikings Kayla Robertson (500 free, 5:49.67) and Chloe Carr (100 breast, 1:17.76) each emerged victorious.
For Bothell, Tiffany Dang won the 50 free in 26.01 as well as the 100 backstroke in 1:03.75, and diver Marquesa Dixon won the 1-meter diving competition with a score of 173.60.
Bothell wins nip-and-tuck golf match over Vikings
Every stroke counted at Monday's all-Northshore 4A Kingco golf match between Bothell and Inglemoor at Inglewood Country Club in Kenmore, with the Cougars sneaking by the Vikings 223-225.
For Bothell, Max Tuckner medaled with a 2-over-par 39, followed by Vikings Kyle McCaul and Cole Hublou carding 42s. Shane Derrick of Inglemoor and Gavin Stener of Bothell rounded out the top five with 44s.
Bothell volleyball blanks Edmonds-Woodway
The Cougar volleyball team got its 2011 campaign off strong with a 3-0 road sweep of Edmonds-Woodway on Monday night via game scores of 25-22, 25-17 and 25-22.
For Bothell, the trio of Katie Arneson, Emma Salud and Piercen Lundquist led the offense with eight kills apiece, followed by Amanda Ernster with six and 12 digs.
Setter Allie Hadley recorded 33 assists and Hope Frazier hit the ground for 16 point-saving digs.