The Bellevue Girls’ Swim and Dive team brought home the first place trophy from District 2 meet on Saturday (11/2/2018). With a dominant performance that set three new meet records and placed three divers in the top six, the team finished with a final team score of 253 points, 33 points over runner-up Lakeside High.
Junior Janelle Rudolph broke her own 2017 meet records in 50 free with a time of 22.87 seconds, and 100 back with a time of 53.68 -- both automatic All-American times. Janelle also swam in the 400 free relay along with Aneta Wyzga, Rachel Jin and Delora Li, obliterating their own 2017 meet record, with a time of 3:28.33, an All-American Consideration time.
Captain and senior Delora Li took first in the 100 fly and third in 100 breaststroke. Fellow captain Aneta Wyzga took the second in both 200 free and 500 free. Delora and Aneta also teamed up with junior Rylee Siripipat and senior Elena Acevedo to take the first in 200 free relay.
Rylee Siripipat also took the first in 200 individual medley and fourth in 100 breaststroke. Fellow junior Rachel Jin took third in 200 individual medley and seventh in 100 fly. Rylee and Rachel teamed up with Janelle and Elena Acevedo to take the third place in 200 medley relay.
In diving, Sophomore Makena Rubin earned 400.20 points and finished at a close second place. Freshmen Isabela Doud and Meiko Huang finished at the 4th and 6th places, respectively. All three divers will be making an appearance at State next weekend.
Captain and senior Sophia Lee took wonderful pictures and shared here.
Girls Swim and Dive will compete in the 3a State Championships on November 9th and 10th at the King County Aquatic Center. Look forward to seeing more Wolverines showing up and cheering for our girls at the State.
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