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Gulls win second-place finish at meet

Shipley, Lin are standouts for Gulls
By Gary Henley

The Daily Astorian

Published on December 18, 2017 3:16PM

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Isaiah Collins competes in the boys 200 yard freestyle event for Seaside Saturday at the Nygaard Invitational in Astoria.

Colin Murphey/EO Media Group Isaiah Collins competes in the boys 200 yard freestyle event for Seaside Saturday at the Nygaard Invitational in Astoria.

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Kara Spell of Seaside swims in the girls 200 yard individual medley race at the Nygaard Invitational in Astoria Saturday.

Colin Murphey/EO Media Group Kara Spell of Seaside swims in the girls 200 yard individual medley race at the Nygaard Invitational in Astoria Saturday.

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ASTORIA — Four schools took part in the Andrew Nygaard Invitational swim meet, Dec. 9 at the Astoria Aquatic Center, as the Fishermen hosted Seaside, Rainier and Valley Catholic.

The Astoria girls racked up 122 points to finish ahead of second-place Seaside (68), while the Fishermen boys collected 136 points, more than double that of the second-place Gulls (57).

The Seaside boys scored points with wins in the 200 medley relay; Josh Shipley in the 200-yard individual medley (2:15.34) and the 100 freestyle (51.62, nearly 10 seconds ahead of Astoria’s Ryder Dopp); and Isaiah Collins won the 100-yard backstroke (1:11.16).

On the girls’ side, Seaside’s Kendy Lin captured the 200-yard freestyle in 2:21.84, then later won the backstroke (1:10.45, just ahead of Astoria’s Tori Smith).



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