High School

CIF-SS Preview: Division IV –Cerritos Poised to Sweep both Boys and Girls Meets

Riverside Aquatics Complex is the home of the four divisional championships of California Interscholastic Federation’s Southern Section (CIF-SS) taking place May 14-17, 2014.

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CIF-CCS Preview: Palo Alto Boys Could End Bellarmine’s 29-Year Reign; Mitty Girls Look Strong

Stanford-commit Andrew Liang of Palo Alto High School is hoping to end his prep career with a team championship at CCS. If the Vikings succeed it will be the first time in 30 years that Bellarmine won’t occupy the top rung of the podium.


California’s Central Coast Section Releases Its Psych Sheets

California Interscholastic Federation’s Central Coast Section has released psych sheets for its championship meet taking place Friday, May 16 to Saturday, May 17.

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Fresno Bee: Clovis West High To Host First Three California State Championship Meets

Arizona commit Justin Wright will be graduated in 2015, but his team will host the first edition of the CIF State Championship swim meet.


Monta Vista Girls Win First-Ever SCVAL Title; Paly Boys Keep Streak Alive

Monta Vista High School celebrated their girls’ first-ever SCVAL De Anza Division League title on Saturday. The Matadors beat out perennial champions Palo Alto and Gunn High Schools in a closely-contested battle. The men’s meet was more one-sided, as Paly walked away with its ninth victory in ten years.


Connor Hoppe allowed to compete at high school championships, per executive committee vote

Potential national record-challenger Connor Hoppe will be allowed to compete at the Sac-Joaquin Section Championships this weekend after an executive committee voted to overturn his ineligibility.


Mitty Girls, Bellarmine Boys Win League Titles at WCAL Championship Meet

Curtis Ogren (pictured) was a double event winner for St Francis at the 2014 West Catholic Athletic League swimming and diving championships. The Stanford-bound senior also helped the Lancers break two WCAL relay records.

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Las Lomas boys knock off defending section champs Campolindo at DFAL Championships, Campo girls dominate

The girls of Campolindo High School powered away with a Diablo Foothill Athletic League (DFAL) championships Saturday, while the Las Lomas Knights topped defending North Coast Section Champions Campolindo on the boys side.

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Poppe Siblings Sweep Breaststrokes as San Ramon Valley Sweeps EBAL Championships

Girls Meet The top 3 teams from last year’s California – North Coast Section Championships on the women’s side all…

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Southern California High School Psych Sheets Released

CIF-SS released its psych sheets today for the 2014 Swimming and Diving Championships.


Lorentzen Finishes League Portion of HS Career With Third-Straight 200/500 Free Sweep

Junior National Team swimmer Brooke Lorentzen won her third-straight South Coast League titles in the 200 and 500 freestyles

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Okubo, Karas, and Jiang, All Princeton Commits, Win Two Each at Pacific Coast League Champs

University High’s Corey Okubo led his team to a League Championship on Friday; with the depth the Trojans showed off, a Section title could be in their sights as well.


Santa Margarita sweeps titles at CA’s Trinity League high school championships

In California high school swimming, Santa Margarita ran away with both the boys and girls titles at the Trinity League Championships Friday night.

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Pastel leads San Clemente boys, Humphrey Dana Hills girls to Sea View League titles

In California, the Sea View League high school championships took place on Friday, with Aidan Pastel leading San Clemente to a boys title and Cassidy Humphrey doing the same for the Dana Hills girls.

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Potential National HS Record Challenger Connor Hoppe Ruled Ineligible for Championship Meet

Connor Hoppe might miss a shot at a National High School Record after violating a newly-altered rule in the Sac-Joaquin Section.


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