Lakeridge swimmers sweep Clackamas in early dual meet


Lakeridge's girls and boys swim teams each earned victories against Clackamas in a league meet last week.

The Pacer girls had enough talent to fend off Clackamas' depth, taking down the Cavaliers 89-83.

Lakeridge won nine of 11 events in the meet including all three relays to hold on for the win.

Noelle Foden-Vencil picked up a pair of individual victories for Lakeridge. She won the 200 individual medley by more than 10 seconds and claimed the 500 freestyle by nearly a full minute.

Brenda Cha also was a two-time winner, competing in back-to-back races.

Cha won the 50 freestyle in a time of 24.79 seconds and then cracked one minute in the 100 butterfly to win.

Jordynn Canelis took second in the 100 butterfly and would win the 100 backstroke later in the day, edging out teammate Allison Heymann.

Heymann scored a victory for Lakeridge in the 100 freestyle in a time of 1:00.66 seconds.

The Pacer boys cruised to a 105-63 victory over Clackamas winning eight of 11 events.

Aaron Reynolds won multiple events for Lakeridge, claiming the 200 individual medley and the 100 backstroke.

John Moon walked away with a victory in the 50 freestyle, finishing ahead of teammate Matt White.

Moon would then take home the 100 butterfly in a dominant performance, winning by nearly nine seconds.

Lakeridge swept the 100 freestyle led by Matt Berman's time of 53.73 seconds.

Berman also finished second in the 100 backstroke behind Reynolds as Lakeridge easily dispatched Clackamas.