It's Jesuit again at state swim

Jesuit boys and girls top state meet

BEAVERTON - Jesuit added to its corral of state swimming titles by winning the Class 6A boys and girls meets by the narrowest of margins to highlight the OSAA/On Point Community Credit Union Championships Saturday at Tualatin Hills Aquatic Center.

The Crusaders won both titles without winning one event - individual or relay. The girls outdistanced second-place Lakeridge 107-94. The boys survived a late rally by Sunset to beat their Metro League rivals 93.5 to 92.

Jesuit has now won a combined 22 state titles, including 10 girls titles since 2009.

Cliff Pfenning

Cliff is a lifelong resident of Oregon and has four decades of experience as a writer, photographer, videographer, broadcaster and now producer. He's a grad of Benson and the University of Oregon, and publishes as well as OSPN, which is scheduled for delivery as a streaming Mobile App in December.

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