Blue Valley Southwest swimmers Jacqueline Leonard, Isabelle Finzen, Madison Moore, and Maddie Carrigan after winning the 400 free relay.
Kansas Class 6A State Swimming Championships
Junior Isabelle Finzen of BVSW dives into the 400 medley relay. Finzen’s team won the meet for the third consecutive year.
Lawrence Free State swimmers Ava Cormaney, Alvena Walpole, Courtney Caldwell, and Sydney Sirimongkhon Dyck
Quincy University’s inaugural women’s swim program will start up competition this season.
Jeffrey Pfannenstein will be swimming for La Salle University in the fall.
Hayley Blaauw, a breaststroker, has committed to Queens University at Charlotte.
Coulter Merrill has committed to University of Maine, and his teammate Thomas Hall committed to Old Dominion University.
Wyoming high school senior Iliana Jones committed to Mizzou, and her teammate Tommy Drazick committed to the University of South Dakota.
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