Olympic View hosts All-City swim meet
By Tim Clinton
Swimmers from clubs ranging from Federal Way to North Seattle invaded Normandy Park on Tuesday, gathering at the Olympic View pool for the Seattle Summer Swim League’s annual All-City meet.
Sand Point stole the show as far as the team scoring goes with 359.5 points, ahead of the 268 of Kent, 193.5 of Marine Hills in Federal Way and 158 of Klahaya.
Normandy Park finished fifth with 147.5 points, followed by nearby Gregory Seahurst with 117. Wedgewood was next with 114.5 points ahead of Aqua Club with 111, View Ridge with 103, Olympic View with 98, Innis Arden with 86, Sheridan Beach with 84, Twin Lakes of Federal Way with 63, Arbor Heights of West Seattle with 62.5, Lakeridge of Renton with 38.5 and Blue Ridge with 34.
Jake Hanley of Olympic View won the second event – the boys age 13-14 50-yard butterfly – in a time of 23.17 seconds and Normandy Park’s William Loughlin took the boys 15-18 50 freestyle in 21.57.
Gregory Seahurst took the boys 11-12 200 medley relay in a record 1:54.96 with Dylan Carr, Paul Gelinas, Luke Logan and Joel Wollin taking part.
Normandy Park’s Jack Fenster, Tyler Goodspeed, Nate Weller and William Loughlin won the boys 15-18 200 medley relay in 1:37.96 and Hailey Weiler of Olympic View took the girls 9-10 100 individual medley in 1:12.25.
Paul Gelinas won the boys 11-12 100 IM for Gregory Seahurst in 1:01.59 and Elli Straume of Innis Arden took the girls 15-18 100 IM in 59.30.
Tyler Goodspeed of Normandy Park captured first in the boys 15-18 100 IM in 52.18 and Charlie Cancelmo of Innis Arden won the boys 8 and under 25 free in 14.45. Straume also won the girls 15-18 100 free in 52.30 and Cancelmo took the boys 8 and under 25 butterfly in 15.64.
Dylan Carr of Gregory Seahurst took the boys 11-12 50 backstroke in a record 27.69 and Kiersten Weiler of Olympic View won the girls 13-14 50 back in a record 27.15.
Jake Hanley of Olympic View won the boys 13-14 50 back in 26.30 and Normandy Park’s Parker Marvin took the girls 9-10 50 breaststroke in 38.35.
Paul Gelinas won the boys 11-12 50 breast in 32.37 and Hailey Weiler of Olympic View captured first in the girls 9-10 25 fly in 14.43.
Kiersten Weiler took the girls 13-14 50 fly in a record 26.14 for Olympic View and Normandy Park’s Nate Weller won the boys 15-18 50 fly in 23.97.
The Gregory Seahurst foursome of Luke Logan, Joel Wollin, Paul Gelinas and Dyan Carr combined to win the boys 11-12 200 free relay in a record 1:43.76.
Normandy Park’s Tyler Goodspeed, Jack Fenster, Anders Hunt and William Loughlin won the final event – the boys 15-18 200 free relay -- in a record 1:26.30.
Complete results of all 72 events can be found on the Seattle Summer Swim League’s website.