Illinois is the latest state to adjust high school sports, with the IHSA temporarily pausing all sports through at least the end of the month.
Swimming has been put in the newly-created “season 2A,” along with indoor track & field, as schools have struggled with pool availability.
Connecticut will postpone the start of winter high school sports, including boys swimming & diving, to January 19 as COVID-19 cases rise in the state.
The Pine Crest girls and Jesuit boys won the Florida high school class 2A swimming and diving state championships by wide margins on both sides.
Both the girls and boys of Bolles School won the FHSAA 1A Swimming and Diving Championships, continuing the school’s historic winning streak.
Sacred Heart sophomore Tess Howley set a new Metro LSC Record with a blistering 52.33 swim in the 100 butterfly.
Glendale won the MSHSAA Swimming and Diving State Championship, breaking a state record in the 200 free relay in the process.
Ames continued their dominance at the state meet, winning for the ninth time in eleven years despite a strong showing from Iowa City West.
The 3 week ‘pause’ on all sports except professional and college athletics goes into effect on Wednesday: days before the Michigan girls state championship meet was scheduled.
Winning their first state title in school history, Rhinelander won the Division 2 Wisconsin State Championships with the help of Malia Francis.
After nearly setting a national high school record in the 200 medley relay in the first event of the meet, Brookfield East went on the win the meet.
Winning their 11th state title since 2005, Rockhurst High School took home the victory at the Missouri Class 2 Swimming and Diving State Championships.
Madison Central swept both sides of the MHSAA Class II Swimming and Diving Championship as three different girls set individual state records during the meet.
Rani Greer and Rhodes Pharr both set meet records as Mississippi Class I schools competed in their State Championship meet.
Brookfield East and Arrowhead, last year’s top two finishers at the state meet, look primed for another showdown after this weekend’s Sectional meets.