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Dual champs back it up at district swimming

THE OUTLOOK: DAVID BALL - David Douglas Izaya Owotor celebrates after hitting the wall first in the 50 freestyle - 0.11 hundredths ahead of Central Catholics Jack Ivory.

MHC district champions

Team Score
Boys — Clackamas
Girls — Oregon City

There were no surprises during the team trophy presentation at Saturday's Mount Hood Conference district swim meet.

The Clackamas boys backed up their perfect run through the dual season by coming in more than 100 points ahead of runner-up Central Catholic in the district tally. The Cavaliers reached their 372-point total by putting multiple swimmers into the championship finals in all but two individual races. That included three swimmers in each the 500-yard freestyle and the backstroke.

David Douglas senior Izaya Owotor swept the freestyle sprints, highlighted when he reached the wall 0.11 hundredths ahead of Central Catholic's Jack Ivory in the 50 free.

Reynolds junior Jordan Convery was also a multi-event winner in the 200 medley and 500 free, while Oregon City's Brian Frazier won the 200 free and breaststroke to finish atop the power points tally on the boys side.

THE OUTLOOK: DAVID BALL - Centennial's Jamie Stone leaves the blocks on her way to a start-to-finish win in the 50 freestyle.

• Regular-season champion Oregon City won the girls team title by 40 points over runner-up Clackamas, powered by two wins in the day's first three events. Centennial junior Jamie Stone swept the freestyle sprints and finished as the high scorer on the girls side.

View photos from today's early races at daveball.exposuremanager.com.

Look for expanded district meet coverage in our Tuesday, Feb. 16, print edition.