Kaitlin Zinsli, Tala Hild lead the way at state | 2A swim & dive

Renton placed 17th and Lindbergh 24th at the 2A state swim and dive meet last weekend. Senior Kaitlin Zinsli led Lindbergh with a fifth-place finish in the 50 freestyle with a time of 25.65 seconds. Renton's Tala Hild placed 10th in the event and seventh in the 100 fly.

Renton's Tala Hild swims at the 2A state swim and dive meet.

Renton placed 17th and Lindbergh 24th at the 2A state swim and dive meet last weekend.

Senior Kaitlin Zinsli led Lindbergh with a fifth-place finish in the 50 freestyle with a time of 25.65 seconds. Renton’s Tala Hild placed 10th in the event and seventh in the 100 fly.

Zinsli was also part of Lindbergh’s 200-medley relay that made the finals and finished 15th, along with Erica Garl, Chelsey Guhlke and Abby Chufar. Zinsli took 18th in the 100 free.

Renton’s Jordan Mattheisen placed 24th in the 500 free. The Indians’ Eloisa Bautista took 11th in the 100 breast finals.

Renton’s 200-free relay of Angela Vu, Bautista, Mattheisen and Hild took 13th in the finals. The Indians’ 400-free relay finished ninth in the finals with the same swimmers. Lindbergh’s team of Garl, Guhlke, Chufar and Zinsli placed 15th in the event.

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