COURTESY PHOTO, Tracy Arnold

Kentridge shines in NPSL swim and dive showdown

  • Sunday, October 22, 2017 1:54pm
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Kentridge junior Abby Long swims the 100-yard breaststroke during the North Puget Sound League girls swim and dive meet at the Hazen pool on Saturday.

The Chargers finished second in the team race.

Kentridge’s 400 freestyle relay of Bridget Cleary, Jaden Keatts, Grace Gallagher and Lauren Briggs won in 3:48.88, moving on to the district meet at Curtis High School.

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NPSL Girls League Swim Meet at Hazen High School

Friday

Girls Swim & Dive

Team results (through 12 events)

1. Tahoma, 268; 2. Kentridge, 212; 3. Kennedy Catholic, 180.5; 4. Mount Rainier, 174; 5. Hazen, 96; 6. Enumclaw, 94.5; 7. Federal Way, 91; 8. Kentwood, 64; 9. Auburn Riverside, 52; 10. Thomas Jefferson and Kentlake, 37; 12. Kent-Meridian Royals, 24; 13. Auburn Mountainview, 24; 14. Todd Beamer, 22; 15. Auburn, 16; 16. Decatur, 3.

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