Auburn Riverside’s Kaelie Allan powers her way to victory in the 200-yard freestyle at the All-City meet on Monday. Allan won the event in 2 minutes, 6.74 seconds. RACHEL CIAMPI, Auburn Reporter

Auburn Riverside’s Kaelie Allan powers her way to victory in the 200-yard freestyle at the All-City meet on Monday. Allan won the event in 2 minutes, 6.74 seconds. RACHEL CIAMPI, Auburn Reporter

Ravens make a splash, capture All-City meet

Auburn Riverside girls tune up for league finals with a dominating performance

Auburn Riverside swept the relays and ran away with the All-City girls swim and dive meet victory at the Auburn School District Pool on Monday.

The Ravens compiled 312 points, followed by Auburn Mountainview (200) and Auburn (111).

Kaelie Allan captured a pair of individual events and was a part of two winning relay efforts for the Ravens.

Kaitlyn Anardi, Zoe Harris, Chloe Edwards, Ashley Ray and Peyton Fulmer each won individual races and joined the dominant relay efforts.

The North Puget Sound League dive meet is 4 p.m. Friday at Auburn. The league swim meet begins at 2 p.m. Saturday at Hazen High School.

Results

Team scores: Auburn Riverside 312, Auburn Mountainview 200, Auburn 111

200-yard medley relay: 1. AR (Peyton Fulmer, Kaelie Allan, Kyra Brandt, Ashley Ray) 2:07.31; 2. AR (Maggie Gilmore, Jennifer Bell, Chloe Edwards, Shae Fairchild) 2:14.76; 3. AMV (Devyn Nelson, Lauren Kramer, Abby Zimmerman, Erica Lipinski) 2:21.47.

200 freestyle: 1. Allen (AR) 2:06.74; 2. Zoe Harris (AR) 2:09.22; 3. Nelson (AMV) 2:25.58.

200 individual medley: 1. Kaitlyn Anardi (AR) 2:40.89; 2. Fairchild (AR) 2:47.93; 3. Amanda Henry (AMV) 2:49.64.

50 freestyle: 1. Harris (AR) 26.82; 2. Fulmer (AR) 27.73; 3. Edwards (AR) 29.21.

1-meter diving: 1. Camryn Tongue (A) 180.45; 2. Regan Singer (AMV) 145.65; 3. Kailey Wong (A) 123.05.

100 butterfly: 1. Edwards (AR) 1:08.54; 2. Anardi (AR) 1:09.56; 3. Brandt (AR) 1:11.32.

100 freestyle: 1. Ray (AR) 58.15; 2. Madyson Grant (AMV) 1:06.84; 3. Peyton Coleman (AR) 1:08.06.

500 freestyle: 1. Allan (AR) 5:44.97; 2. Nelson (AMV) 6:25.89; 3. Molly Burke (AMV) 6:58.06.

200 freestyle relay: 1. AR (Anardi, Edwards, Fairchild, Harris) 1:54.58; 2. AMV (Erica Lipinski, Kramer, Grant, Megan Lipinski) 2:02.16; 3. Auburn (Caitlin Weber, Halle Akervold, Brooke Jordison, Madison Eastman) 2:13.94.

100 backstroke: 1. Fulmer (AR) 1:05.97; 2. Ray (AR) 1:07.76; 3. Brandt (AR) 1:11.71.

100 breaststroke: 1. Eastman (A) 1:22.03; 2. Bell (AR) 1:24.24; 3. Fairchild (AR) 1:31.09.

400 freestyle relay: 1. AR (Fulmer, Allan, Ray, Harris) 4:07.94; 2. AR (Anardi, Gilmore, Coleman, Brandt) 4:32.65; 3. AMV (Henry, M. Lipinski, Nelson, Grant) 4:47.78.


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