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Inglemoor boys swim keeps rolling with victory against Woodinville | Prep boys swimming

The Inglemoor High School boys swim team continues to leave opponents in their wake. The Vikings picked up their eighth victory of the year Thursday, beating Woodinville 104-81 at Redmond pool.

The win finishes a regular season for the Vikings that saw them at the top of the Crest Division.

Inglemoor's win on Thursday was more of the same, using its depth to sink the Falcons. The Vikings had 22 swimmers or relay teams place in the top three during the meet, compared to Woodinville's 14.

Inglemoor began the meet with two consecutive victories. The first came in the 200-medley relay, as the team of Seth Birrell, Josaiah Clark, Casey Colella and Deveny Al Hadrami finished in a time of 1-minute 46.25-second. Mateusz Merchel won the 200 freestyle (1:50.80).

Colella won the 100 butterfly with a time of 57.58 and the 100 breaststroke (1:02.89).

The team of Colella, Fisher Munro, Matt Yusen and Merchel won the 200 relay with a time of 1:34.61, while Yusen, Clark, Munro and Merchel won the 400 relay (3:24.02).

Birrell won the 500 freestyle (5:22.64) and took second in the 100 backstroke (56.22).

Munro finished second in the Individual Medley (2:06.24), while Yusen took second in the 50-freestyle sprint (23.50) and second (59.46) in the 100 butterfly.

In the 100 freestyle Mateusz Merchel placed second (49.97).

Risto McFeely finished third in diving with a score of 138.70.

The team will compete at 2:30 p.m. on Saturday at the KingCo Invitational at the University of Washington Pavilion Pool.

 

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