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Mercer Island beats Issaquah | Boys prep swimming

Mercer Island’s Andrew Weiss swims the 100 butterfly Tuesday, Dec. 17 at Mary Wayte Pool. The Islanders beat  Issaquah 117-69. - Joseph Livarchik/Mercer Island Reporter
Mercer Island’s Andrew Weiss swims the 100 butterfly Tuesday, Dec. 17 at Mary Wayte Pool. The Islanders beat Issaquah 117-69.
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The Mercer Island boys swim and dive team beat Issaquah 117-69 Tuesday, Dec. 17 at Mary Wayte Pool.

Mercer Island won the 200 medley relay behind the team of Austin Ralph, Duncan Koontz, Noah Deiparine and Ian Caldwell. The team of Teddy Larkin, Karl MacLane, Andrew Fukuda and Chris Apodaca finished third. Jack Larkin, Peter Litzow, Ben Simontov and Nick Swaya placed fourth.

In the 200 Freestyle race, Issaquah's Keith Nussbaum won with a time of 1:53.41. Mercer Island's James Markwith finished second with a time of 1:54.66. Christopher Shin was third with a time of 2:03.94, and Jeremy Kim was fifth with a time of 2:19.95.

Andrew Weiss won the 200 individual medley with a time of 2:06.63. Teddy Larkin placed fourth with a time of 2:14.71, and Jack Larkin was fifth with a time of 2:17.83.

Senior captain Noah Deiparine won the 50 freestyle race with a time of 22.53. Ian Caldwell finished second with a time of 23.18, and Andrew Fukuda finished third with a time of 23.49.

In the diving event, Benjamin Dixon won with a score of 170.75. Senior captain Brandt Waesche placed second with a score of 121.5.

In the 100 butterfly, Andrew Weiss won with a time of 55.65. Austin Ralph finished fourth with a time of 58.86 and Peter Litzow placed fifth with a time of 1:02.02. Issaquah's Jason Klein won the 100 freestyle race with a time of 49.53. Brandt Waesche finished second with a time of 50.18. Senior captain Duncan Koontz finished third with a time of 51.36, and Matthew Hanson finished fourth with a time of 51.55.

Issaquah's Keith Nussbaum won the 500 freestyle race with a time of 5:11.22. Nick Swaya placed second with a time of 5:22.48. Benjamin Stoops finished third with a time of 5:30.59, and Ford Witman came in fourth with a time of 5:36.07.

Mercer Island's team of Ian Caldwell, Matthew Hanson, Brandt Waesche and Andrew Weiss won the 200 freestyle relay with a time of 1:30.42. Duncan Koontz, Peter Litzow, Benjamin Stoops and James Markwith finished third. The team of Tom Rall, Teddy Larkin, Keoni Ogawa and Jack Larkin finished fourth.

Issaquah's Jason Klein won the 100 backstroke race with a time of 1:00.73. Andrew Fukuda finished second with a time of 1:02.42, Christopher Shin was third with a time of 1:03.17 and Jack Larkin was fourth with a time of 1:06.46.

Noah Deiparine won the 100 breaststroke with a time of 1:03.48. Duncan Koontz was fourth with a time of 1:07.77, and Austin Ralph was fifth with a time of 1:09.98.

In the 400 freestyle relay, Mercer Island's Noah Deiparine, Brandt Waesche, Andrew Weiss and Ian Caldwell won with a time of 3:24.99. Chris Apodaca, Karl MacLane, Austin Ralph and Andrew Fukuda were second with a time of 3:34.03. Nick Swaya, Daryl Kwan, Benjamin Stoops and James Markwith were fourth with a time of 3:42.02.

Next up for Mercer Island will be a matchup with Liberty at 3:15 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 19 at Boehm Pool in Issaquah.

 

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