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While the boys had a bye, the girls were able to hold off St. Mary's at the Canby Aquatic Center on Jan. 21

With St. Mary's in town for a league swim meet on Jan. 21, the Canby High boys team enjoyed a bye.

The Cougar girls, on the other hand, swam their way to a 94-76 win.

The Cougar girls opened the meet with a first and third finish in the 200 medley relay. The squad of Allison Yancey, Amanda Yancey, Avery Keinonen and Kali Mull snagged the top spot as Faith Mason, Amy Smith, Mikayla Knowles and Ashley Peterson placed third.

COURTESY PHOTO: JOE DERISIO - Canby's Kali Mull had a busy day Jan. 21 as the girls swim team battled St. Mary's in league dual meet action.

Mull finished first in both the 200 free and 500 free. Kathryn Taggart earned third place in the 200 and 500 free. Ali Parsons was fourth in the 200 free and second in the 100 freestyle. Keinonen finished first in the 200 IM and second in the 100 fly.

Smith swam to fourth in the 200 IM and the 100 back. Knowles recorded a third in the 100 backstroke. Allison Yancey finished first in both the 100 freestyle and 100 breaststroke while her sister Amanda was first in the 50 free and 100 backstroke. Karina Sawatsky finished fourth in the 100 fly.

In the 200 free relay Canby teams were second and third. The team of Sawatsky, Parsons, Taggart and Peterson finished second, while Knowles Faith Mason, Smith and Johnson swam to third place.

Up next for Canby will be meet at Lake Oswego on Jan. 25, followed by Oregon City visiting Canby on Jan. 27.


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