Head coach Christy Todd called it an “amazing” meet for the Roseburg High School boys and girls swim teams on Wednesday.
GRANTS PASS — The Roseburg boys and girls swim teams both finished second behind Grants Pass in the Southern Oregon Invitational on Saturday.
Roseburg High School swimming coach Christy Todd got her first look at the 2021-22 boys and girls teams in competition on Friday.
The Roseburg High School swim teams competed in the pool for the first time since February 2020 on Thursday, hosting South Medford in a Southwest Conference dual meet at the YMCA of Douglas County.
He’s an Olympic medalist, a seven-time U.S. national champion, an NCAA champion and an All-American. He’s also a former American record-holder and an Oregon state champion.
Roseburg High School seniors Rainey Lambert and Bethany Foster will continue their swimming careers at Southwestern Oregon Community College next fall.
The Roseburg High School boys swimming team reset its freshly-minted school record in the 200-yard freestyle relay on its way to a fifth-place finish in the team standings at the OSAA Class 6A swimming championships Saturday at the Tualatin Hills Aquatic Center in Beaverton.
The Roseburg High School boys swimming team had five digits on their mind before they stepped foot in the pool for the 2019-20 season: 1:28.72.
Two Roseburg boys received wild-card entries into the OSAA Class 6A state swimming championships, which will be held Friday and Saturday at the Tualatin Hills Aquatic Center in Beaverton.
The Roseburg High School boys swimming team swept the relay races and had one individual guarantee a state meet berth as the Indians competed in the Southwest Conference championships Saturday at the Willamalane Aquatic Center.
CORVALLIS — Logan Todd swam to a pair of individual victories and helped his team to wins in two relay races as the Roseburg boys placed second in the Skip Rumbaugh Invitational Saturday at the Osborn Aquatic Center.
GRANTS PASS — The Roseburg swimming team put up some impressive marks, winning two events with several top-eight finishes and setting 36 personal records at the Grants Pass Invitational Saturday.
NORTH BEND — The Roseburg girls swim team placed second and the boys third at the five-team North Bend Invitational Saturday.
In the race of the afternoon, the Roseburg quartet of Rainey Lambert, Trevor Knox, Hyrum McGinnis and Logan Todd nosed out their challengers from South Eugene, helping lift the Indians boys swim team to a 107-60 victory over the Axe in a season-opening Southwest Conference dual meet Tuesday …
Logan Todd, Rainey Lambert, Dominic Colvin and Hunter Agsten are coming back to Roseburg with the bronze medal.
Roseburg High School swim coach Christy Todd hopes her quartet will come back with a medal in the boys’ 200-yard freestyle relay from the Class 6A State Championships this weekend.
Roseburg’s Hunter Agsten and Brighid Rickman won their respective events in Saturday’s finals of the Southwest Conference district swim meet at Willamalane Park Swim Center in Springfield and advanced to the Class 6A State Championships.
Roseburg advanced 38 swimmers to the finals of the Southwest Conference district meet at Willamalane Park Swim Center in Springfield.
Roseburg High’s boys swim team finished fifth at Saturday’s Skip Rumbaugh Invitational in Corvallis, while the girls finished 12th in the 15-team meet.
GRANTS PASS — Roseburg's swim team came home with some hardware after successful performance at the Southern Oregon Invite at the Grants Pass YMCA.
Roseburg High's swimmers switched up their events at the YMCA of Douglas County pool on Wednesday, but still managed to defeat South Medford in both the boys and the girls competitions.
Roseburg’s boys swim team defeated Grants Pass, 94-76, in the first home dual of the season at the YMCA of Douglas County on Thursday afternoon.
NORTH BEND — Brighid Rickman’s first place finish in the 50 freestyle helped the Roseburg girls swim team to a third place finish at the North Bend Invitational on Saturday.
The Roseburg boys swim team is bringing home a third place medal for their 200 free relay performance at the OSAA Class 6A Championships at Mt. Hood Community College in Gresham on Saturday.