Local shines in NPSL swim and dive

  • Sunday, October 22, 2017 2:30pm
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Auburn junior Jayden Henry powers through the waters during the 200-yard breaststroke leg of the individual medley during the North Puget Sound League swim and dive meet at the Hazen pool on Saturday.

Henry finished sixth overall with a time of 2 minutes, 31.36 seconds, qualifying for the upcoming district meet at Curtis High School.


NPSL Girls League Swim Meet at Hazen High School


Girls Swim & Dive

Team results (through 12 events)

1. Tahoma High School, 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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