Bears finish 20th at 4A state swim and dive meet

The girls swim and dive meet came to an end at the state championship Friday and Saturday.

The teams competed at the King County Aquatics Center in Federal Way.

Athletes from Tahoma and Kentlake took to the pool on final day.

Abbey Nardella took a silver in the 50 yard freeestyle in 38.27 for the Bears.

Cassie Padilla took 12 in the dive for Kentlake.

Overall, the Bears took 20th in state and the Kentlake took 34th.

200 Yard Medley Relay

10. Tahoma – 1:54.12

Amy Gill

Sydney Sears

Abby Mattern

Iliana Hammerstrom

200 Yard Freestyle

21. Emir Nishizawa Tahoma 2:03.80

50 Yard Freestyle

2. Abbey Nardella Tahoma 38.27

200 Yard

22. Amelia Blakely, Tahoma 2:17.20

50 Yard Freestyle

23. Hammerstrom Tahoma 25.77

Diving

12. Cassie Padilla Kentlake 296.40 5

100 Yard Butterfly

14. Abby Mattern Tahoma 59.28 3

50 Yard Backstroke

3. Abbey Nardella Tahoma 47.74

500 Yard Freestyle

16. Emir Nishizawa, Tahoma 5:25.97

19. Rache Kloepfer, Tahoma 5:33.73

20. Amelia Blakely, Tahoma 5:34.25

Women 200 YardFreestyle Relay

11. Tahoma 1:42.35 12

Amelia Blakely

Iliana Hammerstrom

Abby Mattern

Emiri Nishizawa

Women 400 Yard Freestyle Relay

17. Tahoma 3:48.73

Amelia Blakely

Iliana Hammerstrom

Abby Mattern

Emiri Nishizawa

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