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Duluth, Mill Creek split in swimming and diving

Mill Creek and Duluth each earned a first-place finish in a swimming and diving competition last weekend that also featured Meadowcreek.

Mill Creek won the girls division with 297.5 points to Duluth’s 239.5 and Meadowcreek’s 94. Duluth was first in the boys meet with 278 points to Mill Creek’s 239 and Meadowcreek’s 115. Mill Creek finished with a 536.5-517.5 edge in the team standings.

Mill Creek got first-place finishes from Jonathan Kalenik (200-yard freestyle, 1 minute, 53.48 seconds), Cadie Crow (200 free, 2:02.92), Erin Lenius (200 individual medley, 2:20.27), Alyson Carroll (50 free, 26.42), Katherine Parker (100 butterfly, 1:00.52), Christopher Pierce (100 free, 51.54), Kelsey Bouwman (500 free, 5:26.90) and Corinne Dalley (100 breaststroke, 1:11.24).

Duluth’s event winners were J.P. Portillo (200 IM, 2:02.22 and 500 free, 5:09.18), Christopher McKenney (50 free, 23.78), Erin Hembree (diving, 243.55 points), Chase Adams (100 fly, 55.67 and 100 backstroke, 1:00.38), Becca Erwin (100 free, 55.66), Allison Chandler (100 back, 1:01.14) and Jonathan Yang (100 breast, 1:02.84).

Meadowcreek got a win in diving from Jalen Lewis (171.95 points).