Sunset swimmers have records in mind

The Apollos are favored to win races all weekend as well as two team titles
Feb. 13, 2013

There’s at least a chance for some drama in the OSAA Swimming State Championships Friday and Saturday in the Class 6A girls race, where West Linn and Sunset might be separated by a slim-enough margin going into the final event that either could win.

But, the boys race isn’t a race outside of the water. The defending state champion Sunset Apollos are favored to win seven races and establish a new state record during the meet at Mt. Hood Community College.

Sunset senior Cameron Stitt is a contender to break the 500 freestyle record that has stood since 1984.




Here are the top Class 6A qualifying times:



200 MEDLEY RELAY – West Linn

200 FREESTYLE – Emily Cheng, Soph., Sunset

200 INDIVIDUAL MEDLEY – Laura Laderoute, Fr., West Linn

50 FREESTYLE – Alysha Bush, Sr., Newberg

100 BUTTERFLY – Michelle Cefal, Sr., Westview

100 FREESTYLE – Alysha Bush, Sr., Newberg

500 FREESTLYE – Blaise Wittenaurer-Lee, Sr., Jesuit


100 BACKSTROKE – Lainey Visscher, Fr., Clackamas

100 BREASTSTROKE – Brie Balsbough, Jr., West Linn




200 MEDLEY RELAY – Sunset

200 FREESTYLE – Jonathan Zoucha, Jr., Sunset

200 INDIVIDUAL MEDLEY – Cole Hurwitz, Sr., Sunset

50 FREESTYLE – Carson Brindle, Sr., Lincoln

100 BUTTERFLY – Max Yakubovich, Sr., Southridge

100 FREESTYLE – Carson Brindle, Sr., Lincoln

500 FREESTYLE – Cameron Stitt, Sr., Sunset

200 FREESTYLE RELAY – Southridge

100 BACKSTROKE – Tristan Furnary, Fr., Sunset

100 BREASTSTROKE – Cole Hurwitz, Sr., Sunset



Stitt preparing for another record run

The Sunset senior was on the verge of breaking a three-decade old record
Feb. 7, 2013 / By Cliff Pfenning, Oregonsports Journal

In the seconds after finishing the 500-yard freestyle state final last year, Sunset junior Cameron Stitt looked at the scoreboard and saw his time - he saw how close he was to setting the state record in the event. Just inches.

Stitt won the race by nearly 20 seconds, but finished second to Alex Stiles' time from Lincoln by just 0.51 seconds, the time needed to swim just a foot or maybe two. Stitt won in 4:27.84, just off Stiles' time of 4:27.33.

The national prep record is 4:16.39.

This year, Stitt will again be aiming to break that record - the longest remaining meet record in the state - when Class 6A, 5A and 4A school descend on Mt. Hood Community College, Feb. 15-16.

Sunset is the defending Class 6A boys champion, aided by two individual wins by Stitt and two on relay teams. Jesuit won the girls title.

The Metro League district meet is set for Friday and Saturday at the Tualatin Hills Aquatic Center.

Five other districts are set to compete at the Class 6A level, which Lincoln of Portland joining the Metro League, while Grant of Portland joins the Three Rivers League.

Class 5A also features six districts, while Class 4A has four.



Oregon swimmers fare well on international level

Short-course invitational at Tualatin Hills includes event wins by two Oregonians
Dec. 10, 2012

Three of Oregon’s top swimmers represented the state well at the 14th annual Paul Bergen Junior Invitational international meet Friday, Saturday and Sunday at the Tualatin Hills Aquatic Center.

Michelle Cefal, who attends Westview High, won three events within the short-course meters competition. Cefal won the 50, 100 and 200-meter butterfly finals against swimmers from Canada and Europe.

Grace Carlson, who won a pair of state titles for Wilson High last season, won the 200 freestyle and finished second in the 100 backstroke.

Cameron Stitt, a four-event winner for Sunset last season, finished second in the 200 butterfly. The meet is unusual because it’s calculated in meters, while U.S. indoor events, including the state championships, are measured in yards.

Cefal recently committed to attend Tennessee, while Carlson is headed to Stanford.

Stitt will swim for Michigan, along with Colin Eaton of Gresham.

Title turnover highlights state swim finals

Sunset, Jesuit repeat, but four other titles go to new teams
Feeb. 18, 2012 / By Cliff Pfenning, oregonsports.com

The expected challenges both Sunset and Jesuit were ready to face didn't materialize and they each defended their state swim titles on a day of fresh faces at Mt. Hood Community College.

Sunset repeated as boys champion at Class 6A, while Jesuit won its fourth-straight girls title.

Summit won both boys and girls titles at Class 5A, while the Cottage Grove boys and Henley girls won at Class 4A.

For the girls teams at both Summit and Henley, the title was their first after numerous second-place finishes. Summit finished second twice the past five seasons, while Henley finished second four of the past five years.

Among the day's biggest winners were Lake Oswego sophomore Sarah Kaunitz and Sunset junior Cameron Stitt, who both won two events at the Class 6A meet. Kaunitz won the 100 breaststroke, the 200 individual medley and swam legs on the winning 200 and 400 freestyle relay teams, while Stitt won the 200 freestyle, the 500 freestyle and swam the anchor leg of the winning 200 medley relay and 400 freestyle relay.

Stitt missed establishing a all-time meet record in the 500 freestyle by .51 seconds. The 500 freestyle record is the oldest on the OSAA record books, set by Alex Stiles of Lincoln in 1984.

Among the other meet highlights, Cascade Christian sophomore Beanna Sapienza narrowly missed setting a meet record in the 100 butterfly, finishing in 54.63 seconds, just .11 off the record set by Roeburg's Kaylin Bing in 2008.

Cascade Christian senior Aaron Ghiglieri won the 100 butterfly in 49.52, less than a second off the all-time mark of 48.72 set by Aloha's Neil O'Halloran just last year.




McMinnville returns to elite level, Jesuit stays hot

Depth propels both Grizzlies and Crusaders to favored spots in 6A meet
Feb. 17, 2012 / By Cliff Pfenning, oregonsports.com

McMinnville returned to the top of the state's swim programs with championship-caliber depth Friday after the preliminary heats at the OSAA state swimming championships.

With its three relays all set for finals - two of them having qualified first or second - and three finalists in the 100 butterfly, the Grizzlies are poised to win their first state title since 2002.

McMinnville's line-up, led by seniors Matthew Valentine and Blake Tillery, appears on the way to scoring more than 180 points, while defending champion Sunset is in the 160-point range. Grant, which won two years ago and placed second last year, is headed for a total of around 130.

In the girls race, Lake Oswego's strong challenge to Jesuit hit a major snag when its 200 medley relay team was disqualified. Sophomore Sarah Kauniz posted an All-America time in the 100 backstroke for the Lakers and also qualified first for the finals in another and senior Catherine Yee qualified second and fourth in two finals. Their other two relay teams qualified first and second.

Jesuit, the three-time defending champion, qualified all three of its relay teams either first or second.

The championships conclude Saturday at the Mt. Hood Community College Aquatics Center.


Lake Oswego, St. Mary's eye Jesuit run

Both schools have long title droughts ready to end
Feb. 14, 2012 / By Cliff Pfenning, oregonsports.com

After three straight titles by Jesuit and more than two decades away from the top step on the finals podium, the Lake Oswego girls swim team might be the team to beat as the state championships approach.

With all three relay teams qualified - two of them seeded first, and a 1-2 combination in the 500 yard freestyle, the Lakers are ready to win their first title since 1990.

St. Mary’s has the same goal, and an even longer wait to overcome - 1988. The Blues have also qualified three relay teams and have a solid individual crew.

Jesuit qualified all three of its relay teams and has 11 individual qualifiers, which won’t make a title run by Lake Oswego or St. Mary’s an easy one.

A win by the Lakers would be an amazing turnaround from a year ago when the team finished 13th and no one placed higher than fifth in an individual event. The team’s revival can be traced to the Lake Oswego Swim Club and sophomore Sarah Kaunitz.

Kaunitz is the top qualifier in the 200 individual medley and also the 100 breaststroke, with senior Catherine Yee seeded second. Neither competed for Lake Oswego at state last year.

St. Mary’s senior Elena Basada is seeded first in the 100 backstroke and second in the 200 IM.

Jesuit ran away with the meet last year, outscoring second-place Southridge 183-118. St. Mary’s finished fifth with 84 points. Lake Oswego scored 41 points.

The Crusaders graduated several seniors, but still have a solid roster led by senior Kori Carpenter, who qualified third in the 200 freestyle and junior Blaise Wittenhauer-Lee, who qualified first in the 500 freestyle.

Jesuit finished second or third in all three relays last year, but that role might be one for the Lakers this season.

David Douglas and Newberg also qualified all three of their relay teams.

Century freshman Ellie Thornbrue qualified first in two events and classmate Logan Neal qualified first in one and fourth in another to give the Jaguars a solid shot at a top-4 finish - likely the first of a long run.

Sunset, Jesuit claim Metro swim titles

Stitt, Hurwitz both set meet records for Apollos
Feb. 11, 2012 / By Jordan Royer, oregonsports.com

Last year, the Sunset boys swim team entered the Class 6A state championships as a slight underdog to win the team race. But they did, finishing ahead of defending champion Grant, 46 years after the school’s first title.

This year, Sunset is a clear favorite to win.

The Apollos are coming off a dominant performance in the Metro League district meet and will carry that momentum into the state meet that begins Friday at Mt. Hood Community College.

Cameron Stitt, last year’s star for Sunset, will be looked upon to help carry the Apollos again.

Stitt broke a district meet record in the 500 yard freestyle and also earned All-American consideration with his win in the 200 freestyle.
He posted the top qualifying times in both events for the state meet.

“Everyone’s doing really well so it’s looking good,” Stitt said after Saturday’s district finals. “If we do well we definitely have a good chance of winning it.”

Teammate Cole Hurwitz also had a stellar district meet, breaking a district record in the 100 breaststroke and placing first in the 200 individual medley.

Hurwitz edged his brother Jordan and teammate Kasey Kwong in the breaststroke, one of the team’s most competitive events in practices.
“We have a lot of great breaststrokers,” he said, “so it’s always kind of a dog fight to see who gets first.

“Getting a lot of people back into state – like 1, 2 or 1, 2, 3 – in a lot of events shows we are going to have a lot of depth.”

Although the district meet proved successful for the Apollos, that doesn’t mean guaranteed success in the state event.

“We have to be smart,” said Jonathon Zoucha, a member of two of the winning relays. “Cooling down and making sure you swim fast in the prelims to make sure you make it to the finals.”

Zoucha also qualified with the third fastest time in 6A in the 500 freestyle.

Sunset was able to qualify into three relays for the state meet and coach Adam Farber pointed to that as a major key for their chance at a repeat.

“Last year we had two so that should be a big help,” Farber said.

Sunset qualified second, behind Tualatin, in the 200 medley relay and second in the 400 freestyle behind McMinnville.

After his team’s domination in the district meet, a meet they didn’t win last year entering the state finals, Farber said his team’s confidence is ready to power it to a repeat.

“We have some guys that are real strong and are going to sit at the top in anything they do,” he said. “We’re looking to do well.”



The Sunset boys and Jesuit girls swam away with 2012 Metro 6A-1 district swimming titles on Saturday afternoon.

Sunset, the defending boys state champs, earned 435 points, nearly 100 points ahead of second place Jesuit. 

Cameron Stitt and Cole Hurwitz came up big for the Apollos as each earned two individual victories and two relay victories.

Stitt took a first in the 200 freestyle and 500 freestyle and earned All-American consideration for both. Stitt broke the meet record in the 500 freestyle with a time, 4:32.39, more than two second faster than the previous record.

Hurwitz also broke a meet record with his first place finish in the 100 yard breaststroke. Hurwitz also took first in the 200 individual medley. Stitt and Hurwitz were both members of the 400 free and 200 medley teams that took first place finishes for Sunset.

“I felt pretty good,” Stitt said of his meet record, “but I think when state comes I'll be able to drop even more time.”

The state meet record in the 500 freestyle, set by Alex Stiles of Lincoln at 4:27.33, is the oldest one left for boys or girls having survived since 1984.

Hurwitz's response to the record was nearly the same as Stitt's. “It feels pretty good,” he said. “I was close last year so it was good to finally get it.”

Jonathan Zoucha and Jordan Hurwitz were the other two members in the winning relays for Sunset. Zoucha also earned a victory in the 100 yard free.

Max Yakubovich of Southridge swam to victories in the 100 yard backstroke and 100 yard butterfly.

Jesuit's Blaise Wittenauer-Lee was the big performer on the girls side as she helped lead the Crusaders, the defending state champions, to the team victory. Wittenauer-Lee picked up individual wins in the 500 yard freestyle and 200 IM. She was also a member of the 400 freestyle relay and 200 medley relay teams that picked up first place finishes.

Sunset's Lotta Novotny earned wins in the 200 and 100 freestyle.

“Excitement. It was a lot of fun to watch,” Sunset coach Adam Farber said after the meet was complete. “It was nice to see us step up and get this meet.”

All about opportunity

Grant's performance two years ago sparks its title hopes
Feb. 14, 2012 / By Cliff Pfenning, oregonsports.com

Heading into the state swim championships, the Grant High team has a good idea of where it’ll wind up on Saturday: somewhere in the top four where it’ll take home a trophy.

Earning a trophy would be three years in a row for the Generals.

But, Grant has been in this situation before, and stunned the state and themselves by winning the Class 6A meet in 2010 with just five swimmers. Last year, the team finished second.

If fate were to suddenly step in Saturday and hit the heavily favored Sunset Apollos, Grant might just be the team to take advantage like it did two years ago and pull off another stunning victory.

“Sunset would have to be considered the favorite, but as we’ve seen from two years ago, anything can happen,” says Will Tyrrell, one of Grant’s three seniors. “This is definitely a sport where anything can happen. People have good days, bad days and people get disqualified.
“Relays get disqualified. That’s a big thing for scoring.”

Sunset enters the meet as the defending champion and favorite having qualified three relay teams to go with two-event favorite Cameron Stitt.
Stitt, a  junior, narrowly missed the All-American qualifying time in the 500 freestyle at the Metro League district meet Saturday.
Teammate Cole Hurwitz, another junior, is an event favorite as well.

Tyrrell and fellow seniors Henry Fellows and Kevin Wallin are key members of the Grant squad that finished second last year to Sunset.
Fellows excels in the 100 freestyle and 200 individual medley.

Tyrrell excels in the 200 freestyle and 100 backstroke and Wallin qualified in the 100 breaststroke.

The trio of seniors were members of the 200 medley relay team that set the Class 6A meet record last year, which remains a sign the Generals have big meet potential.

They’re definitely going to need that this weekend to beat the Apollos, who have more individual qualifiers and qualified three relay teams.
Grant would be a surprise winner Saturday, but that’s how the title happened in 2010. Meet favorite Roseburg lost its 200 medley relay team to disqualification in the opening event of the finals and the potential 32 points that go to the winner. Grant won the event and finished four points ahead of Newberg in the final standings.

“After prelims, we looked at the results and thought maybe we’d be top 3,” Tyrrell said. “Then halfway through the finals we looked and were in first place. That’s when we thought, hey we could win this.”

Roseburg finished fifth with 85 points. If the Indians had finished fourth in the relay, they would have won.

“All of the pieces fell into place,” Fellows said. “Before the final race, 400 free relay, (coach Laura Tyrrell) told us if we finished fourth, we’d win state.”

Grant finished fourth, with Fellows rallying from fifth on the final leg.

Tyrrell, Fellows and Wallin have been teammates through high school, although Wallin missed the 2010 meet due to injury. He suffers from tendinitis in his shoulders and has daily treatment. But, he’s qualified in the breaststroke.

For the Generals to win, the entire team will need to swim at personal best levels, especially in events that include Sunset swimmers.

“We all want to win our events, but the challenge is finishing second and third,” Fellows says, “that’s where the key points come from.”

And, of course, something unforeseen would need to happen to Sunset’s line-up.

“Sunset is going to have to swim well,” Fellows says. “We’re going to be right there.
“If anything happens to them, we’ll be ready to squeak in.”

Bing closes out career with two more records

Roseburg senior sets 50 and 100 freestyle state records
By Cliff Pfenning, oregonsports.com

GRESHAM – Roseburg senior Kaylin Bing’s smile lit up the OSAA/U.S. Bank/Les Schwab Tires state swim championships for one last time Saturday afternoon at Mt. Hood Community College.

Bing won the 50 and 100 freestyle finals and will head to the University of California in fall with state records in both events.

She set the state record in both events last year, then accomplished that again this weekend, lowering both times on Friday and then in the 100 Saturday.

Bing won the 50 free final in 22.86 seconds, missing her record from Friday by .03 seconds, then won the 100 free final in 50.08 seconds, edging her record of Friday by .01 seconds.

Jesuit’s girls and Sunset’s boys won the Class 6A team titles.

In the Class 5A final, Crescent Valley won the girls title and Corvallis won the boys title.

In Class 4A, Phoenix won all three  relays and captured the girls title, while North Bend won the boys title.





200 Medley Relay: Southridge (Sarah Braun 10, Jessica Li 10, Tarylor Lakey 12, Amber Chase 12), 1:49.17.

200 Freestyle: Taylor Lakey, Southridge, 1:53.46.

200 IM: Sarah Reierson, South Medford, 2:07.03.

50 Freestyle: Kaylin Bing, Roseburg, 22.86.

100 Butterfly: Taylor Lakey, Southridge, 56.57.

100 Freestyle: Kaylin Bing, Roseburg, 50.08.

500 Freestyle: Alyssa Fuji, Tualatin, 5:06.03.

200 Freestyle Relay: Newberg (Alysha Bush 10, Cassie Beecher 10, Meghan O’Halloran 12, Catherine Mays 10), 1:39.00.

100 Backstroke: Megan McCarroll, Jesuit, 56.99.

100 Breaststroke: Amy Wiley, Lakeridge, 1:04.18.

400 Freestyle Relay: Newberg (Alysha Bush 10, Cassie Beecher 10, Meghan O’Halloran 12, Catherine Mays 10), 3:36.15.

TEAM SCORES: 1, Jesuit, 183. 2, Southridge, 118. 3, Newberg, 110. 4, Reynolds, 94. 5, St. Mary’s Academy, 84. 6, Tualatin, 79. 7, McMinnville, 75. 8, Roseburg, 54. 8, Westview, 54. 10, Lakeridge, 50. 11, West Salem, 42. 11, David Douglas, 42. 13, Lake Oswego, 41. 14, South Medford, 39. 15, Canby, 38. 16, West Linn, 33. 17, Gresham, 28. 18, Oregon City, 24. 19, Forest Grove, 18. 20, Sprague, 16. 21, South Eugene, 15. 22, South Salem, 8. 22, Redmond, 8. 24, Glencoe, 7. 25, Clackamas, 4. 26, Grants Pass, 2.


200 MEDLEY Relay: Grant (Will Tyrrell 11, Kevin Wallin 11, Max Bley-Male 10, Henry Fellows 11), 1:36.05.

200 Freestyle: Neil O’Halloran, Aloha, 1:40.30.

200 IM: Andrew Heymann, Lakeridge, 1:52.80.

50 Freestyle: Carson Brindle, Lincoln, 21.17.

100 Butterfly: Neil O’Halloran, Aloha, 48.72.

100 Freestyle: Carson Brindle, Lincoln, 46.07.

500 Freestyle: Cameron Stitt, Sunset, 4:36.93.

200 Freestyle Relay: Lincoln (Eric Chang 11, Andre DeNegri 10, Carson Brindle 10, Daniel He 9), 1:28.27.

100 Backstroke: Aaron Young, Hillsboro, 50.56.

100 Breaststroke: Gabe Rooker, Forest Grove, 57.02.

400 Freestyle Relay: Lake Oswego (Luke Marshall 10, Alex Lyons 12, Kevin O’Leary 12, Santo Condorelli 10), 3:13.73.

TEAM SCORES: 1, Sunset, 139. 2, Grant, 125. 3, Lake Oswego, 122. 4, Southridge, 103. 5, Lincoln, 102. 6, McMinnville, 90. 7, Jesuit, 73. 8, Lakeridge, 70. 8, Barlow, 70. 10, Forest Grove, 65. 11, Aloha, 46. 12, Newberg, 39. 13, Roseburg, 37. 14, Tualatin, 33. 15, Hillsboro, 29. 16, Grants Pass, 24. 17, South Salem, 22. 18, West Linn, 20. 19, Canby, 18. 20, Sheldon, 16. 21, Beaverton, 14. 21, McNary, 14. 23, South Eugene, 8. 23, David Douglas, 8. 25, Gresham, 6. 26, Westview, 3. 27, Reynolds, 2. 27, Redmond, 2.




200 Medley Relay: Crescent Valley (Veronica Twenge 10, Meredith Wells 11, Erika Twenge 11, Erin Schoper 12), 1:54.01.

200 Freestyle: Lauren Allen, Crescent Valley, 1:53.66.

200 IM: Jessie James, Corvallis, 2:04.99.

50 Freestyle: Erika Twenge, Crescent Valley, 25.03.

100 Butterfly: Erika Twenge, Crescent Valley, 59.81.

100 Freestyle: Lauren Allen, Crescent Valley, 53.16.

500 Freestyle: Jessie James, Corvallis, 4:54.82.

200 Freestyle Relay: Corvallis (Erika Weiler 11, Kiah Gourley 12, Lindsay Pfeifer 12, Jessie James 11), 1:42.25.

100 Backstroke: Madi Brewer, Summit, 59.83.

100 Breaststroke: Makila Schuck, Madison, 1:07.56.

400 Freestyle Relay: Crescent Valley (Erin Schoper 12, Dana Buck 10, Lauren Allen 12, Meredith Wells 11), 3:45.18.

Team SCORES: 1, Crescent Valley, 78. 2, Corvallis, 43. 3, Summit, 37. 4, Sandy, 28. 5, Hood River Valley, 23. 6, Bend, 17. 7, Marist, 11. 7, Madison, 11. 9, Sherwood, 10. 10, Mountain View, 8. 10, West Albany, 8. 10, Wilsonville, 8. 13, Ashland, 7. 14, Marshfield, 6. 15, Liberty, 5. 16, South Albany, 4. 17, Franklin, 2. 18, Pendleton, 1. 18, Willamette, 1.


200 Medley Relay: Cleveland (Sam Donohue 11, Matt Hwee 11, Brandon Risley 11, Steven Soo 10), 1:41.28.

200 Freestyle: Chris Nyaradi, Summit, 1:45.75.

200 IM: Brandon Deckard, Mountain View, 1:54.10.

50 Freestyle: Logan Parker, Corvallis, 21.43.

100 Butterfly: Carlos Hunnicutt, Springfield, 51.76.

100 Freestyle: Doug Steinhauff, Bend, 47.08.

500 Freestyle: Chris Nyaradi, Summit, 4:43.97.

200 Freestyle Relay: Corvallis (Josiah Wai 12, Logan Parker 12, Ian Campbell 10, Joe Cihak 10), 1:30.06.

100 Backstroke: Brandon Deckard, Mountain View, 52.23.

100 Breaststroke: Cameron Lindsey, North Eugene, 59.83.

400 Freestyle Relay: Corvallis (Ian Campbell 10, Logan Parker 12, Brandon Shreeve 9, Joe Cihak 10), 3:16.00.

TEAM SCORES: 1, Corvallis, 62. 2, Cleveland, 37. 3, South Albany, 33. 4, Bend, 31. 5, Summit, 29. 6, Mountain View, 19. 7, Pendleton, 17. 8, Springfield, 13. 9, West Albany, 10. 10, Wilson, 9. 10, North Eugene, 9. 12, Willamette, 8. 12, Hood River Valley, 8. 12, Crescent Valley, 8. 15, Marist, 7. 16, Ashland, 4. 17, Woodburn, 2. 18, Parkrose, 1.




200 Medley Relay: Phoenix (Gabe Deen 12, Olivia Sanchez 9, Alyse Darnall 9, Marie Kempf 12), 1:59.95.

200 Freestyle; Aly Viles, Taft, 1:50.82.

200 IM: Annette Marinello, Philomath, 2:13.45.

50 Freestyle: Breanna Sapienza, Cascade Christian, 24.74.

100 Butterfly: Breanna Sapienza, Cascade Christian, 56.39.

100 Freestyle: Aly Viles, Taft, 50.88.

500 Freestyle: Sami Webb, Sweet Home, 5:36.36.

200 Freestyle Relay: Phoenix (Marie Kempf 12, Arin Fitch 9, Kylee Burks 9, Gabe Deen 12), 1:46.97.

100 Backstroke: Naomi Gunselman, Sweet Home, 1:03.34.

100 Breaststroke: Annette Marinello, Philomath, 1:08.29.

400 Freestyle Relay: Phoenix (Kylee Burks 9, Marie Kempf 12, Olivia Sanchez 9, Alyse Darnall 9), 3:57.76.

TEAM: 1, Phoenix, 57. 2, Henley, 35. 3, Taft, 34. 4, Sweet Home, 27. 5, Hidden Valley, 26. 6, Philomath, 22. 7, La Grande, 16. 8, Cascade Christian, 14. 9, Portland Lutheran, 10. 10, Scappoose, 9. 11, La Salle Prep, 8. 11, Seaside, 8. 13, Cottage Grove, 7. 13, North Bend, 7. 15, Riverdale, 6. 16, Valley Catholic, 5. 17, Sisters, 4. 17, Blanchet Catholic, 4. 19, Tillamook, 3. 20, Stayton, 2. 20, Astoria, 2. 22, Madras, 1. 22, Mazama, 1.


200 Medley Relay: Newport (Austin Turner 9, Tom Graves 12, Clayton Jacobson 12, Kellen Wood 10), 1:42.11.

200 Freestyle: Kevin Waller, North Bend, 1:42.11.

200 IM: Zachary Pearce, Sweet Home, 1:58.34.

50 Freestyle: Colin Eaton, Corbett, 20.97.

100 Butterfly: Aaron Ghiglieri, Cascade Christian, 49.74.

100 Freestyle: Colin Eaton, Corbett, 46.42.

500 Freestyle: Kevin Waller, North Bend, 4:35.91.

200 Freestyle Relay: Sweet Home (Gravy Gunselman 11, Alex Stupin 12, Don Rockstead 11, Zachary Pearce 11), 1:32.40.

100 Backstroke: Isaac Hewitt, Corbett, 52.26.

100 Breaststroke: Tony Vickery, Junction City, 58.69.

400 Freestyle Relay: Cottage Grove (Gavin Nash 11, Sam Miller 10, Tyler Buckman 10, Kyle  Fringer 11), 3:18.52.

TEAM: 1, North Bend, 45. 2, Cottage Grove, 43. 3, Newport, 41. 3, Sweet Home, 41. 5, Corbett, 40. 6, Philomath, 33. 7, Central, 13. 8, Cascade Christian, 12. 9, Junction City, 11. 10, La Grande, 10. 11, Mazama, 5. 12, Scappoose, 4. 13, Madras, 3. 14, Phoenix, 2. 14, Astoria, 2. 14, Valley Catholic, 2. 17, Klamath Union, 1.


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