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It’s a double dip for coaches

Boys are jumping into the pool.
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© Anthony Plascencia/VC Star
Michael Nunn (left), of Adolpho Camarillo High, launches into the water for the varsity boys' 200-yard individual medley during the Pacific View League Championships at Rio Mesa High School on Thursday. Nunn took first place in the event. © Anthony Plascencia/VC Star

Rio Mesa High boys swim coach Keith McKnett and girls coach Derrick Timmons started Thursday’s Pacific View League swim championships in the pool, taking part in a coaches relay competition that the Spartans team won.

A few hours later, McKnett and Timmons found themselves back in the pool, this time celebrating with their swimmers after another Rio Mesa sweep.

The Rio Mesa boys finished the meet with 373 points, earning them a 37-point victory over Camarillo who finished with a team score of 336. It was the 90th straight Pacific View League victory for the boys program. Pacifica finished third with 194 points.

Not to be outdone, the Rio Mesa girls scored a meet-high 396 points, cruising to a 101-point win over Camarillo, who finished with a total of 295. Oxnard was third with 216 points.

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