Jackson’s Cook, Glacier Peak’s King shine at 4A District boys meet | Boys swimming
Last updated 2/16/2018 at Noon
Jackson’s Jonathan Cook won the 200-yard individual medley and the 100 breaststroke to help lead the Wolfpack to a second place finish at the 4A District boys swimming and diving meet Saturday, Feb. 10 at Snohomish Aquatic Center.
Cook, the two-time defending state champion, finished first in the 200 individual medley in 1 minute, 51.97 seconds, a meet record. Cook clocked in with a 56.15 in the 100 breaststroke.
Glacier Peak sophomore Matthew King took first in the 50 freestyle in a meet record time of 20.81 and also captured the 100 freestyle in another meet record time of 46.28.
Also advancing to state are Jackson’s 200 medley, 200 freestyle and 400 freestyle relay teams, Glacier Peak’s 200 freestyle relay team, Jackson’s Justin Limberg (second in 200 individual medley, fourth in 100 breaststroke), Jackson’s Neal Thai (third in 50 freestyle, third in 100 freestyle), Glacier Peak’s Zach Cermack (fifth in 50 freestyle, second in 100 butterfly), Glacier Peak’s Calvin Kremer (third in 100 backstroke), Jackson’s Tony Kim (fourth in 100 backstroke), Jackson’s Erik Anderson (fifth in 100 backstroke), Jackson’s Bryan Phung (fifth in 100 breaststroke) and Jackson’s Quinn Greninger (sixth in 100 breaststroke).
Kamiak won the team title with 545 points. Jackson took second with 431 and was followed by Lake Stevens with 333 and Glacier Peak with 286.
The 4A state boys swimming and diving championships are Friday and Saturday, Feb. 16-17 at the King County Aquatic Center in Federal Way.