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Published: Tuesday, December 17, 2013, 9:38 p.m.

Prep boys swimming: Shorecrest 147, Marysville Pilchuck 31

At Marysville Pilchuck H.S.
200 medley relay--Shorecrest (Zane Comden, Evan Deiparine, Aaron Moss, Doquilo) 1:54.57; 200 freestyle--Gunnar Ruud (Shc) 2:03.62; 200 individual medley--Aaron Zevenbergen (S) 2:12.27; 50 freestyle--David Ahern (S) 24.56; Diving--Moss 258.80; 100 butterfly--Zevenbergen 57.76; 100 freestyle--Trent Jones (S) 54.41; 500 freestyle--Mathew Creagan (S) 5:46.07; 200 freestyle relay--Shorecrest (Ahern, Jones, Ruud, Zevenbergen) 1:38.32; 100 backstroke--Zane Comden (S) 1:02.87; 100 breaststroke--Deiparine 1:11.04; 400 freestyle relay--Shorecrest (Ruud, Jones, Ahern, Zevenbergen) 3:41.89.

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