Terrace swimmers to compete in district championships Friday, Saturday

hawks logoBy Doug Petrowski

Mountlake Terrace High School will be well-represented at this week’s Northwest District 3A Boys Swimming and Diving Championships at Marysville-Pilchuck High School, with seven Hawks qualified for individual events and the team competing in three relays. The district meet begins with preliminary races on Fridays, then continues on Saturday with event finals.

The top three swimmers in each event move on to the state championships Feb. 15-16 at the Weyerhauser King County Aquatic Center in Federal Way.

Sophomore Sam Armentrout leads the Hawks into the district meet with spots in two individual events, the 100 Yard Breaststroke and the 200 Yard Individual Medley. Armentrout has the best chance among Terrace swimmers to qualify for the state meet based on previous times in his two events.

Other Hawk swimmers competing at the district meet are senior Armen Nalbandyan, juniors Wyatt Allemann and Joe Jung, and freshmen Joey May, Joey Owens and Camrin Elliott.

Swimmers from 11 schools are set to participate in the district meet, with preliminary heats beginning at 5 p.m. on Friday. Final heats take place beginning at 4 p.m. on Saturday. Admission prices are $6 per day for adults and students without valid ASB card, $4 for students with ASB card, children 12-years-old and younger, and seniors 62 and older.

MTHS swimmers at Northwest District 3A Swimming & Diving Championships
Sam Armentrout         100 Yard Breaststoke?                 200 Yard Individual Medley
Wyatt Allemann          100 Yard Freestyle?                        50 Yard Freestyle
Armen Nalbandyan    100 Yard Butterfly?                          100 Yard Backstroke
Joey May                       200 Yard Individual Medley?          100 Yard Breaststoke
Joe Jung                       500 Yard Freestyle
Carmin Elliott              500 Yard Freestyle
Joey Owens                  200 Yard Freestyle
Team                             200 Yard Medley Relay?            200 Yard Freestyle Relay?            400 Yard Freestyle Relay

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