Loggers Hold Off Pacific For Dual Sweep

Loggers Hold Off Pacific For Dual Sweep

FOREST GROVE, Ore. – The Puget Sound swim teams swept through Pacific on Friday night with a pair of dual wins to start the 2012 portion of their seasons. The women's team grinded out a 109-96 win while the men's team defeated the Boxers 129-73.

Melissa Norrish helped the Loggers with a pair of event wins. She captured the 200 free with a 1:59.10 to start off her day. She later took first in the 100 fly with a 1:00.39. Both wins came by more than two seconds.

Kenzie Kitson and Jessica Jaynes also brought home event wins for the Loggers. Kitson took the 100 back by over three seconds with a 1:00.94 and Jaynes edge out the field in the 100 breast with a 1:10.84.

Amanda Clark led the Boxers with three event wins. She started off the day with a win in the 1650 free before taking the 100 free and 500 free.

Jere Jeremikj also took three titles for the Logger men. His time of 1:46.31 was tops in the 200 free as was his time 48.45 in the 100 free. Jeremikj also concluded his meet as the lead leg of the Loggers 200 free relay that took first with a time of 1:30.55.

Derek Frenzel contributed to the Logger win with two event titles. He captured the 1650 free title with a 16:38.74 and took the top spot in the 100 fly with a 52.75.

Max Cohen (500 free), Teale Kitson (100 back) and Adam Ganz (50 free) also came home event winners to aid in the Logger win.

The Loggers are back in the pool on Saturday for a 1 p.m. dual with Lewis & Clark.