Issaquah girls swimmers fall to Bothell

October 18, 2011

By Staff

Bothell spoiled the Issaquah High School girls swimming team’s final home meet of the season Oct. 4 when the Cougars prevailed, 96-90, at the Julius Boehm Pool.

Issaquah’s Stacy Maier had two first places. Maier, a junior, won the 50 freestyle in 25.85 seconds, just falling short of the standard for the state meet of 25.30. She also won the 100 freestyle in 1:00.09.

In addition, Maier swam as a member of two winning relay teams. Maier, Kayla Foremski, Gabrielle Gevers and Kayla Flaten made up Issaquah’s winning 200 freestyle relay team, which finished first in 1:45.75. The same foursome composed the Eagles’ winning 400 freestyle relay team, which was clocked in 3:57.99.

Senior Kylie Lynch, swimming in her final home meet, won the 500 freestyle for the Eagles.

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