Norco swimmer dominates state meet


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Jesse Lynn LeBoeuf finished in first place in two events.
Jesse Lynn LeBoeuf finished in first place in two events.
Jesse Lynn LeBoeuf, 12, cruised to two first place finishes at the Louisiana Long Course Championship swim meet, which was held on the LSU campus in Baton Rouge.

After the four-day meet was complete, LeBoeuf finished with the second highest point total for girls in her division.

In the finals of the 11-12 age group, she placed first in both the 50-meter backstroke and the 50-meter freestyle. LeBoeuf also placed second in the 50-meter butterfly, second in the 100-meter backstroke, fourth in the 100-meter freestyle and sixth in both the 200-meter freestyle and 400-meter freestyle.

She also swam in the two relay events for her age group, with her team placing third in the medley relay and fifth in the freestyle relay.




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