The Mercy High School girls won the Divison II State Title winning by over 100 points ahead of the second place team.
Visitation decisively defended their team title for the tenth year in a row with 253 points, making it their 14th overall.
The Edina girls defended their MSHSL Girls AA Swim & Dive state title from a year ago this past weekend in Minneapolis.
Episcopal junior Rylee Simoneaux narrowly missed a pair of state records as she won the girls’ 100 free and 100 back at the LHSAA Division III Championships.
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University of Texas commit Jeremy Kelly (above) won 5A state titles in the 50 and 100 free last year. He’s now the front-runner to win the 100 breast – if he races it.
Landreneau broke the Louisiana state record in the 200 free (1:47.92) and added Division II records in the 100 free (50.62) and 100 fly (55.18).
Navy commit Johnny Crush set a new best time in the 100 free (43.86), finishing 2nd to Marvin Johnson, a top recruit in the class of 2025.
On the boys’ side, Catholic High School rolled to victory, outpacing defending champion Jesuit by 110 points for their second title in the last four years.
Rhinelander swept the relays on the day, which was huge in their effort to win the meet.
Middleton made history with the win, becoming the first team to claim the Division I title without winning an individual or relay event.
After a 6th place finish at last year’s meet, where they scored just 92 points, Aurora Rosary came out on top this year with a score of 243.
Wisconsin commit Stella Chapman won the 100 back and 200 IM leading Ann Arbor Pioneer to another Division I state title.
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