Terra Linda swimmer Arinduque claims section title

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Terra Linda High School’s Nicholas Arendoc beat everyone on the wall, winning the 100-yard breaststroke at the North Coast Section championship at the Concord Community Rally on Saturday.

Arinduque entered the event with the second-best classification time and then turned around with a time of 56.25 seconds to win the division title. Arinduque finished 0.26 seconds ahead of Monte Vista’s Sami Kahn.

The Arinduque title capped a strong day for the Terra Linda team, which earned two top-three finishes from Ben Butler and two top-five finishes in the relay to finish eighth in the team standings with 114 points.

Butler placed second in the 100 freestyle (45.37 seconds) and third in the 200 freestyle (1:38.53 seconds). Butler finished behind Northgate’s Mason Windler (44.73s) in the 100 meters and behind Foothill’s Luka Mijatovic (1:36.25) and Windler (1:37.42) in the 200 meters.

The TL 200 medley relay team of Butler, Arenduk, Rhys Garraway and Jack Middleton finished fifth with a time of 1:36.47. The 200 freestyle relay team of Jackson-Wright, Arenduk, Middleton and Butler finished fifth with a time of 1:26.34.

Other finalists for Marin were Branson’s Cameron Arianpour in two events, Tam Addison Everage, as well as Marin Catholic’s girls 200 free relay team.

Aryanpour placed third in the 100 butterfly (50.35) and seventh in the 50 freestyle (21.28). Everage placed sixth in the girls’ 100 fly with a time of 56.99 and also won the B final in the 100 fly (57.98) to place ninth overall.

The MC team of Alyssa Kuy, Amelia Kiriakis, Claire Cassidy and Esme Kuy finished eighth (1:41.26).

Preparatory track

San Rafael resident and Marine Waves standout Ellie Makowski-Hay won two events and placed second in two others for St. Ignatius High School in the Western Catholic Athletic League Championships on Friday.

McCosky High, a sophomore, won both sprint events — the 100 in 11.89 seconds and the 200 in 25.02 — and placed second in the long jump (16-11). Makoskey High was also second on the 4×100 relay team (49.65).

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