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Juneau’s swim teams neck-and-neck at Region V Championships

The boys championship came down to the wire.

The Juneau-Douglas High School: Yadaat.at Kalé boys swim team captured its second-consecutive Region V championship on Saturday night.

The JDHS boys and Sitka girls edged the competition in the lead-up to the state tournament, each winning by narrow margins. On the boys side, JDHS edged Thunder Mountain by a single point, 134-133, while on the girls side, the Sitka toppled TMHS 133-129.

Thunder Mountain’s Noah Loseby and Juneau-Douglas’ Chaz VanSlyke accounted for four top performances, Loseby in the 50-yard freestle and 100-yard backstroke and VanSlyke in the 200-yard IM and 100-yard butterfly.

Other region champions crowned from Juneau included Allie Morgan (100 freestyle), Kristofer Ely (100 freestyle), Jamie Heidersdorf (100 breaststroke), Sven Rasmussen (100 breaststroke) and Tahlia Gerger (100 backstroke).

JDHS’ Caleb Peimann was second in both of his individual events, the 200-yard freestyle and the 500-yard freestyle.

2019 Region V Swim and Dive Championships

Mt. Edgecumbe High School Aquatic Center, Nov. 1-2

Team Scores

Girls — 1, Sitka, 133. 2, Thunder Mountain, 129. 3, Juneau Douglas, 89. 4, Ketchikan, 83. 5, Petersburg, 43. 6, Wrangell, 30. 7, Craig, 3.

Boys — 1, Juneau Douglas, 134. 2, Thunder Mountain, 133. 3, Sitka, 78. 4, Ketchikan, 77. 5, Petersburg, 48. 6, Wrangell, 29. 7, Craig, 5.

Juneau-Douglas High School: Yadaat.at Kalé finishes

Girls 200 Yard Medley Relay — 3, Juneau Douglas High School (Gerger, Mallot, Moran, Boman), 1:59.27.

Boys 200 Yard Medley Relay — 1, Juneau Douglas High School (Peimann, Degener, VanSlyke, Gabel), 1:44.21.

Girls 200 Yard Freestyle — 3, Moran, Mesa, JDHS, 2:02.92. 7, Zimmerman, Natalie, JDHS, 2:13.94.

Boys 200 Yard Freestyle — 2, Peimann, Caleb, JDHS, 1:47.12.

Girls 200 Yard IM — 3, Gerger, Tahlia, JDHS, 2:19.87. 8, Kanouse, Sierra, JDHS, 2:50.51.

Boys 200 Yard IM — 1, VanSlyke, Chaz, JDHS, 2:03.93. 2, Degener, Chris, JDHS, 2:11.05.

Girls 50 Yard Freestyle — 7, Mallot, Addy, JDHS, 26.95.

Boys 50 Yard Freestyle — 2, Mulgrew-Truitt, Aaron, JDHS, 23.98. 5, Mulgrew-Truitt, Adrell, JDHS, 24.22. 6, Lacey-Wilkerson, Andrew, JDHS, 24.39. 8, Gabel, Isaac, JDHS, 25.19.

Boys 1 mtr Diving — 5, Marx, Jackson, JDHS, 182.50.

Girls 100 Yard Butterfly — 5, Moran, Mesa, JDHS, 1:01.94. 8, Kanouse, Sierra, JDHS, 1:18.49.

Boys 100 Yard Butterfly — 1, VanSlyke, Chaz, JDHS, 55.30.

Girls 100 Yard Freestyle — 5, Boman, Madelyn, JDHS, 1:00.68. 8, Tallmon, Stella, JDHS, 1:04.98.

Boys 100 Yard Freestyle— 2, Mulgrew-Truitt, Aaron, JDHS, 52.66. 4, Lacey-Wilkerson, Andrew, JDHS, 54.23. 5, Mulgrew-Truitt, Adrell, JDHS, 54.54. 6, Gabel, Isaac, JDHS, 55.95.

Girls 500 Yard Freestyle — 7, Zimmerman, Natalie, JDHS, 5:59.39.

Boys 500 Yard Freestyle— 2, Peimann, Caleb, JDHS, 4:50.13.

Girls 200 Yard Freestyle Relay — 3, Juneau Douglas High School ‘A’ (Gerger, Mallot, Boman, Moran, Mesa SR), 1:47.61.

Boys 200 Yard Freestyle Relay — 3, Juneau Douglas High School ‘A’ (Aa. Mulgrew-Truitt, Gabel, Lacey-Wilkerson, Ad. Mulgrew-Truitt), 1:36.71.

Girls 100 Yard Backstroke— 1, Gerger, Tahlia, JDHS, 1:03.50. 5, Tallmon, Stella, JDHS, 1:08.65. 7, Schumacher, Claire, JDHS, 1:11.62.

Boys 100 Yard Backstroke — 6, Post, Shea, JDHS, 1:12.49.

Girls 100 Yard Breaststroke — 3, Mallot, Addy, JDHS, 1:15.91. 4, Neal, Mikayla, JDHS, 1:16.85.

Boys 100 Yard Breaststroke — 3, Degener, Chris, JDHS, 1:09.58.

Girls 400 Yard Freestyle Relay — 4, Juneau Douglas High School (Zimmerman, Schumacher, Tallmon, Neal), 4:18.02.

Boys 400 Yard Freestyle Relay — 1, Juneau Douglas High School (VanSlyke, Mulgrew-Truitt, Mulgrew-Truitt, Peimann), 3:25.67.

Thunder Mountain High School finishes

Girls 200 Yard Medley Relay — 2, Thunder Mountain High School (Traxler, Heidersdorf, Liddle, Morgan), 1:55.04.

Boys 200 Yard Medley Relay— 2, Thunder Mountain High School (Kiessling, Sanguni, Rasmussen, Loseby), 1:44.60.

Girls 200 Yard Freestyle — 2, Morgan, Allie, TMHS, 2:00.78. 4, Taube, Hannah, TMHS, 2:06.99. 6, Traxler, Riley, TMHS, 2:13.73.

Boys 200 Yard Freestyle — 5, Anderson, Samson, TMHS, 1:54.54. 7, Ely, Kristofer, TMHS, 1:58.77.

Girls 200 Yard IM — 4, Heidersdorf, Jamie, TMHS, 2:27.19. 6, Chester, Jenny, TMHS, 2:30.69.

Boys 200 Yard IM — 3, Sanguni, Karthik, TMHS, 2:15.35.

Girls 50 Yard Freestyle — 3, Jenkins, Alex, TMHS, 25.84. 8, Jenkins, Sadie, TMHS, 27.50.

Boys 50 Yard Freestyle — 1, Loseby, Noah, TMHS, 23.37. 7, Kiessling, August, TMHS, 24.88.

Boys 1 mtr Diving — 2, Berger, Owen, TMHS, 282.50. 3, Cunningham, Caden, TMHS,282.40. 4, Kiessling, Samuel, TMHS, 205.25.

Girls 100 Yard Butterfly — 4, Liddle, Nancy, TMHS, 1:01.48. 6, Jenkins, Alex, TMHS, 1:05.88.

Boys 100 Yard Butterfly — 3, Rasmussen, Sven, TMHS, 57.77.

Girls 100 Yard Freestyle — 1, Morgan, Allie, TMHS, 54.66.

Boys 100 Yard Freestyle — 1, Ely, Kristofer, TMHS, 52.62. 8, Oh, Joseph, TMHS, 58.62.

Girls 500 Yard Freestyle — 3, Liddle, Nancy, TMHS, 5:25.04. 4, Taube, Hannah, TMHS, 5:34.46.

Boys 500 Yard Freestyle — 5, Anderson, Samson, TMHS, 5:10.40.

Girls 200 Yard Freestyle Relay — 2, Thunder Mountain High School (Jenkins, Jenkins, Taube, Heidersdorf), 1:46.19.

Boys 200 Yard Freestyle Relay — 1, Thunder Mountain High School (Ely, Sanguni, Anderson, Loseby), 1:34.72.

Girls 100 Yard Backstroke — 2, Traxler, Riley, TMHS, 1:04.11. 4, Jenkins, Sadie, TMHS, 1:06.82. 8, Sanguni, Amara, TMHS, 1:14.54.

Boys 100 Yard Backstroke — 1, Loseby, Noah, TMHS, 57.55. 4, Kiessling, August, TMHS, 1:00.28.

Girls 100 Yard Breaststroke — 1, Heidersdorf, Jamie, TMHS, 1:13.20. 5, Chester, Jenny, TMHS, 1:18.18.6, Sanguni, Amara, TMHS, 1:23.16.

Boys 100 Yard Breaststroke — 1, Rasmussen, Sven, TMHS, 1:05.77. 2, Sanguni, Karthik, TMHS, 1:05.98.

Girls 400 Yard Freestyle Relay — 2, Thunder Mountain High School (Jenkins, Liddle, Morgan, Traxler), 3:44.44.

Boys 400 Yard Freestyle Relay — 4, Thunder Mountain High School (Ely, Kiessling, Rasmussen, Anderson, Samson), 3:34.35.

• Contact sports reporter Nolin Ainsworth at 523-2272 or nainsworth@juneauempire.com.

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