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Lindsay fuels Auburn Mountainview with All-American times at 3A swimming championships

Auburn Mountainview senior Cameron Lindsay competes in the 200-yard individual medley at the Washington State 3A Boys Swimming and Diving Championships. - Tracy Arnold/for the Reporter
Auburn Mountainview senior Cameron Lindsay competes in the 200-yard individual medley at the Washington State 3A Boys Swimming and Diving Championships.
— image credit: Tracy Arnold/for the Reporter

Auburn Mountainview senior Cameron Lindsay earned a pair of All-American times at the state 3A swimming championships over the weekend at the King County Aquatic Center in Federal Way.

Lindsay – who finished first in the 100-yard backstroke at state last season – grabbed a third-place finish in the event this year, with an All-American consideration time of 50.93 seconds.

Kennedy's Than Maudlien set a state record in the event with his first-place 48.56 finish.

In the 200 individual medley, Lindsay snagged an automatic All-American time of 1:51.28, good for third place.

Lindsay also swam with the Lions' sixth-place 200 medley relay team, along with Colin Lempert, John Kyle Davis and Luke Lavine, finishing with a 1:40.37.

Auburn Mountainview's 400 free relay team – with Lempert, Lindsay, Davis and Lavine – was 10th with a 3:21.17 and the 200 free relay team – with Davis, Lempert, Lavine and Tyler Arnold – finished 15th with a 1:33.19.

Lavine competed individually in the 50 free, finishing 21st with a 22.38.

In the diving competition, senior Vitaliy Borodulin was 20th with 173.50 points.

The Lions were 11th in the team competition with 76 points.

Lakeside of Seattle won the 3A team title with 274 points.

ALSO: In the state 4A championships, Auburn Riverside senior Ben Blanchard (pictured below) earned a sixth-place finish with 317.50 points. Skyline's Max Levy won the title with 463.50 points. Kamiak won the team title with 207 points.

 

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