ANACORTES — The Anacortes girls' swimming and diving team placed second Saturday afternoon to Sehome at the Northwest Conference Invitational.
Sehome won seven of the 12 events at Fidalgo Pool & Fitness Center to come out on top in the eight-team meet. The Mariners scored 405 team points, while Anacortes scored 236.
Sehome won all three relays.
Anacortes' Lauren McClintock won the 100-yard backstroke in 1 minute, 5.55 seconds.
The Seahawks' 200 freestyle relay team of Emma Bakke, Ellie Snowman, McClintock and Brenna Palmer-Perry came in second (1:54.24), while the 400 freestyle relay team of McClintock, Palmer-Perry, Snowman and Savannah Sparks came in second in 4:11.31.
Burlington-Edison, Mount Vernon at Kent Classic
KENT — The Tigers won five matches on their way to a sixth-place finish.
Katie King had 35 kills and 55 digs, Bronte Lacey served nine aces, Tessa Martinson had 62 digs and Amey Rainaud-Hinds had 133 assists and 49 digs.
The Tigers beat Skyline (25-18, 25-19), Columbia River (25-18, 25-22), Kentwood (25-16, 25-22), Mount Vernon (19-25, 26-24, 15-4), Capital (16-25, 25-16, 15-10) and Jackson (25-22, 25-23).
Mount Vernon won the first session of pool play with victories over Lakeside and Olympia, then beat a tough Glacier Peak team in the second round.
Coach Mishel Keltner said the team got strong play throughout the day from Summer Beane, Abby Beukman and Sarah Ware.
Mount Vernon Christian Hurricanes 3,
Coupeville Wolves 0
MOUNT VERNON — Three goal scorers helped the Hurricanes to the nonleague victory.
Mali Stogner, Emma Symmank and Sarah Semrau each scored, and Becca Pedrosa was in goal as the Hurricanes bettered their record to 4-1.
"It was probably our most complete game," Hurricanes coach John Burmeister said. "Our passing and control of the ball was great today."