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Bearcat swim duo capture six events.

Byline: The Register-Guard

Crystal Kibby and Tori Simenec, both of the Bearcat Swim Club, each won a race Sunday to become six-event winners at the Oregon Swimming 11-and-over Long Course Championships at Amazon Pool.

Kibby won the girls age 13 200-meter individual medley and Simenec captured the girls age 12 100-meter freestyle on the final day of the meet.

Taylor Scroggy of the Tualatin Hills Thunderbolts won the girls age 11 100 freestyle for her fifth victory in the meet, and Jacob Pebley of the Albany Aquatic Association captured the boys age 11 50 butterfly and 200 individual medley to give them five titles apiece.

Former Stanford all-American Lauren Thies of the Hillsboro Heat Swim Team won the girls age 17-and-over 100 freestyle to give her four state titles.

There were three double winners in the girls competition Sunday.

Kathryn Thompson of the Roseburg Swim Team won the age 17-and-over 200 butterfly and 200 IM, and Jackie Leung of the Mount Hood Swim Team claimed the age 11-and-over 800 freestyle and age 14 200 IM, giving each four titles in the meet. Karen Turner of the Lake Oswego Swim Club captured the age 11 50 butterfly and 200 IM.

In the boys competition, Austin Ringquist of the Hillsboro Heat Swim Team won the age 12 100 freestyle and 200 IM for his third and fourth titles. Brett Nagle of Parkrose Swim Club won the 15-and-over 200 butterfly and 200 IM.

Sam Rowan of the Eugene City Swim Club placed second in the boys age 11-and-over 800 freestyle with a time of 9:30.34 and Kevin Waller of the South Coast Aquatic Team was second in the boys age 11 100 freestyle in 1:08.27.

In girls events, Kaila Lee of the Eugene YMCA Aquatic Club, who won the age 13 50 freestyle on Saturday, placed second in the age 13 100 freestyle in 1:03.71, and Rachel Heaney of the South Coast Aquatic Team was second in the age 11-13 200 butterfly in 2:34.02.

Pleasant Hill claims third

at state championships

Pleasant Hill used three hits and took advantage of two errors to score five runs in the sixth inning of a 6-4 victory over Knappa for third place in the Oregon State Junior Division I state baseball championships on Sunday at Pleasant Hill High School.

South Eugene claimed fifth place with a 12-3 win over Warrenton at Marist High School.

In other games, West Salem won the title with a 13-2 win over Central at Marist, and McNary took fourth place with a 6-3 triumph over Jesuit at Pleasant Hill.

Thurston blanks North Eugene for fourth place

Thurston claimed fourth place at the Oregon State Junior Division II baseball state championships with a 10-0 victory over North Eugene at Willamette High School on Sunday.

Putnam defeated North Medford 12-10 for the championship.
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Date:Aug 1, 2005
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