Bishop Gorman Girls Win Their 5th Straight Nevada HS State Championship

The Nevada High School Division 1 and Division 1-A championships were hosted this morning at the Bucky Buchanan Natatorium on the campus of UNLV.

McKenna Meyer started off the day with the first individual event win of the day, breaking Julie Hardt’s state record of 1:49.63 from 2000. Meyer won the event with a new record time of 1:49.25. Madi Hurst won the girl’s 200 IM with another new state record time of 2:02.97. She broke the previous record of 2:03.40 set by Katy Houston in 2003.

The records continued to fall as Amy Lubawy won the 50 freestyle with a time of 22.98. She beat Alyssa Cady’s previous record from 2004 of 23.48. Later in the session, she broke the championship and state record in the 100 freestyle. Her time of 49.82 beat Alexandriia Hubel’s previous record time of 50.72.

The Bishop Gorman girls won their fifth straight Nevada Division 1 state title. The boys team from Palo Verde High School were the Division 1 boys state champions.

Division 1 Girls

  • 200 Medley Relay – Bishop Gorman HS – 1:48.37
  • 200 Freestyle – McKenna Meyer – 1:49.25 (Record)
  • 200 IM – Madi Hurst – 2:02.97 (Record) 
  • 50 Freestyle – Amy Lubawy – 22.98 (Record)
  • 100 Butterfly – Marley Maluafiti – 56.16
  • 100 Freestyle – Amy Lubawy – 49.82 (Record) 
  • 500 Freestyle – McKenna Meyer – 4:52.76
  • 200 Freestyle Relay – Bishop Gorman HS – 1:37.35
  • 100 Backstroke – Tonica Thomas – 56.32
  • 100 Breaststroke – Izzy Goldsmith – 1:03.20
  • 400 Freestyle Relay – Bishop Gorman HS – 3:33.50

Although there were not any new state records on the boy’s side of the meet, we saw a lot of fast swims. Michael Velazquez and Patrick McCrillis each doubled up; Velazquez winning the 200 IM (1:51.36) and 100 Breaststroke (57.50) while McCrillis won the 50 (21.48) and 100 (46.02) freestyles.

Division 1 Boys

  • 200 Medley Relay -Coronado HS – 1:36.16
  • 200 Freestyle – Jake Chir – 1:41.56
  • 200 IM – Michael Velazquez – 1:51.36
  • 50 Freestyle – Patrick McCrillis – 21.48
  • 100 Butterfly – Jay Yang – 50.86
  • 100 Freestyle – Patrick McCrillis – 46.02
  • 500 Freestyle – Logan Houck – 4:31.91
  • 200 Freestyle Relay – Green Valley HS – 1:26.83
  • 100 Backstroke – Isaiah Magsino – 50.84
  • 100 Breaststroke – Michael Velazquez – 57.50
  • 400 Freestyle Relay – Green Valley HS – 3:15.81

Boulder City High School boys and girls both won the Nevada High School Division 1-A championships. 

Divison 1-A Girls

  • 200 Medley Relay – Boulder City HS – 1:48.46
  • 200 Freestyle – Cory Moilse – 1:54.25
  • 200 IM – Brittney Straw – 2:08.48
  • 50 Freestyle – Alex Hubel – 23.48
  • 100 Butterfly – Rachel Grothe – 56.94
  • 100 Freestyle – Alex Hubel – 50.43
  • 500 Freestyle – Cory Molisee – 5:06.74
  • 200 Freestyle Relay – Boulder City HS – 1:41.74
  • 100 Backstroke – Montana Lloyd – 57.75
  • 100 Breaststroke – Brittney Straw – 1:05.09
  • 400 Freestyle Relay – Boulder City HS – 3:37.71

Division 1-A Boys

  • 200 Medley Relay – Boulder City HS – 1:38.62
  • 200 Freestyle – 1:40.93
  • 200 IM – Alex Straw – 1:52.18
  • 50 Freestyle – Bowen Becker – 21.37
  • 100 Butterfly – Joseph Gebhart – 50.79
  • 100 Freestyle – Bowen Becker – 47.14
  • 500 Freestyle – Chris Miller – 4:32.78
  • 200 Freestyle Relay – Boulder City HS – 1:27.88
  • 100 Backstroke – Joseph Gebhart – 51.50
  • 100 Breaststroke – Alex Straw – 55.99
  • 400 Freestyle Relay – Boulder City HS – 3:13.84

 

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Great swims, considering most were not tapered for this meet. It is nice to see Amy end her High School career with two state records, she is a quality individual. Thanks to all the officials that gave up a three day weekend to give these kids a chance to do something memorable for their high school. The depth of quality swimmers in Nevada get overlooked sometimes for being right next to California, But these kids did a great job and we should see some more records fall next year as well.

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