Another Strong Night of Swims at the Federal Way Sectionals

By Rebecca Noblett

FEDERAL WAY, Washington, March 14. The Speedo Federal Way Sectionals continued tonight and saw many personal bests set by a variety of swimmers.

Future California swimmer Jasmine Mau of Kamehameha won the 200 free, touching the wall in 1:47.09. Aces’ Ella Moynihan took second with a personal best time of 1:48.37. Fifteen year-old Keaton Blovad of Tualatin Hills clocked in at 1:48.94 for third and a new personal best.

Tualatin Hills’ Patrick Mulcare posted a 1:36.64 to win the men’s 200 free with a new personal best. Future Harvard swimmer Edward Kim of Bellevue touched second with a 1:36.75, followed by Aces’ Jake Markham, who finished in 1:38.29.

Madeline Myers of Jeffco Hurricanes won her second event of the meet with a personal best of 4:13.79 in the 400 IM. Bellevue’s Kimberley Williams posted a 4:14.62 for second. Fullerton’s Bailey Nero put up a new personal best with her third place time of 4:16.03.

Cascade’s Abrahm DeVine shaved six seconds off his personal best to win the men’s 400 IM with a 3:45.46. Aces’ John Bushman placed second with a 3:47.44. Patrick Mulcare touched third with a personal best of 3:48.48.

King Aquatics’ women (Kenna Ramey, Morgan Ginnis, Carolyn McCann, Ashley Sutherland) took first in the 200 free relay with a time of 1:32.37. Scottsdale Aquatic (Victoria Toris, Samantha Fazio, Hannah Holman, Angel Van Hofwegen) touched second in 1:32.94. Bellevue (Elisa Fang, Kimberly Williams, Marley Cross, Anna Keane) clocked in at 1:34.10 for third.

Scottsdale Aquatics’ men (Bradley Dorsey, Ryan Hoffer, Nicholas Magana, Jack Blake) won the men’s 200 free relay in 1:19.95. Phoenix Swim Club (Roland Schoeman, JJ Osborn, Maxwell Montour, Ryan McCoy) posted a 1:20.81 for second. King Aquatic (Mathias Oh, Thomas Anderson, Dale Williams, Thommy Thach) finished third with a time of 1:22.74.

After three nights of finals, hosts King Aquatic lead on points with a combined total of 449. Tualatin Hills sit second with 328, just ahead of Bellevue, who have 327 points.

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Author: Jason Marsteller

Jason Marsteller is the general manager of digital properties at Swimming World. He joined Swimming World in June 2006 as the managing editor after previous stints as a media relations professional at Indiana University, the University of Tennessee, Southern Utah University and the Utah Summer Games.

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