The statewide stay-at-home order was lifted on January 25th, allowing 2 of USA Swimming’s largest LSC’s to resume competitions between 2 or more teams.
Texas will hold one of the most elaborate high school post-seasons in the country so far, though it’s still scaled back from the usual format.
Nebraska will host a three-day, prelims/finals high school state swimming & diving meet, though without any spectators amid the pandemic.
The team consists of the fastest swimmer across all 3 division state meets in each event.
Kolby Ruff, the Missouri High School State Championships runner-up in the 100 freestyle was critically injured in a car crash on Christmas Day.
Woodbury took the 200 free with a 1:48.31, breaking the Lake Orion pool record of 1:49.56.
DeWitt senior Jordyn Shipps, an Oakland recruit, took the 100 free with a 50.80, touching first by over a second.
As projected by the psych sheet, Ann Arbor Pioneer won the state title, and did so by a huge margin, doubling runner-up Farmington Hills Mercy’s score