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Laker swimmer continue to cruise in league

The boys and girls teams pick up easy wins over Canby

The Lake Oswego swim teams didn't have much trouble with Canby last week with both the boyd and girls posting lopsided victories.

The boys cruised to a 118-54 victory, winning all but one event on the evening.

After winning the 200 medley relay, Andrew Goodall and Andrew Liu finished 1-2 in the 200 freestyle with Goodall winning in 2:03.20 seconds.

Logan Kojiro, Ryan Sklar and Doug Heymann then scored a 1-2-3 finish in the 200 individual medley, led by Kojiro's winning time of 2:06.01.

Sklar would then win the 100 butterfly two races later in 55.78 seconds. That was followed by Goodall's second victory of the day in the 100 freestyle in a time of 51.16.

Trent Ness captured the 500 freestyle in 6:12.74, followed by another Laker win in the 200 freestyle relay.

In the backstroke, Edward Kang cruised to a dominant victory in 55.58 seconds and, wrapping up the individual victories for the Lakers was Kojiro's victory in the breaststroke in 1:03.2 seconds.

For the girls, the Lakers won all but two events in a 108-59 win.

After a victory in the medley relay, Grace Marshall picked up a victory in the 200 IM. That was followed by Grace Pestridge's victory in the 50 freestyle in 28.12 seconds.

Lisa Kaunitz would pick up an easy victory in the 100 butterfly in a time of 1:02.13. Marshall scored another victory in the 100 breaststroke and the Lakers finished the meet with an impressive win in the 400 freestyle in 3:55.33.

Lake Oswego has been dominant in league matches this season and all signs point to another exciting Civil War meet at the end of the regular season with league title implications.

Both the Lakers and Pacers have scrambled to find locations for their remaining meets with the closure of the district pool but the inconvenience hasn't seemed to hurt the Lakers' performance.