Tommy Brewer helped Summit win their fourth consecutive OSAA 5A state title.
Oregon HS 4A/3A/2A/1A Championships: North Bend Girls Beat Sweet Home By 1/2 Point, Catlin Gabel Boys Win
North Bend girls eked out the OSAA 4A/3A/2A/1A team victory by the narrowest of margins: a half-point. Catlin Gabel boys won in less dramatic fashion.
Sacred Heart’s Leah Stevens won the girls 500 freestyle event at the 2015 Kentucky High School State Championships, helping her team to win its 3rd consecutive team title.
FULL RESULTS HERE The Hinsdale Central boys have been a force in Illinois since the beginning of IHSA swimming. Their…
Above, watch Grace Oglesby
This weekend, at the 2015 OK Red Swimming Conference Championships, future Notre Dame Irish swimmer Tabahn Afrik led Holland – West…
State records in the 50 freestyle and the 100 breaststroke were broken during the prelims of the 2015 IHSAA Boy’s state championships in Indianapolis.
Indianapolis-area Swim Coach Matthew Carrington has been arrested on charges of “child seduction.”
The IHSA Boys Championships kick off Friday morning with 1-meter diving prelims.
Over 300 swimmers representing 13 teams travelled to the Tupelo Aquatic Center to compete in the 4 day championship meet.
Coach Dave Barney’s 22nd title was led by Junior Anthony Kim, whose performances contributed to two new state records and four state titles.
Both the Stillwater girls and Altus boys broke state relay records and won multiple relays en route to the Oklahoma high school class 5A (small schools) state titles.
Madison Memorial Win 5th Title, Paul DeLakis Breaks 18 year old State Record
Leah Stevens (pictured above), who has committed to swim for Stanford next year, is one of the big names set to compete this weekend. She’s entered in the 200 and 500 free individually.
In Oklahoma high school swimming, the class 6A (big schools) boys meet saw a ferocious late-meet comeback overcome by Norman North, while on the girls’ side, Bartlesville won the team title while swimmers broke over half the state’s records.