National High School record-holder. Olympic champion. Destroyer of World Records. And now Katie Ledecky can add “movie star” to her list of accolades.
In a letter addressed to the body of students and parents at Germantown Academy, Director of Professional Development Maggie McVeigh announced…
Thomas Jefferson High School dominated the Virginia High School Conference 13 meet over the weekend despite relegating nationally-known senior star Andrew Seliskar to just three relays.
Coming off a 2014 season that saw them finish just 12 points away from a state title, the girls of Humble Kingwood High School were dominant in their first step back to the state championships.
It just doesn’t stop. Less than two weeks after scaring multiple long course meters world records at the Arena Pro Swim…
West Windsor Plainsboro High School out of New Jersey got in on the “Shake It Off” action this winter, putting together this music video from their training trip to Coral Springs, Florida.
Southlake Carroll High School, located in the suburbs of Dallas-Fort Worth, TX, put together a dominating performance at Texas’s District 10-6A Championships over the weekend, winning 16 of 24 total events.
Farnsworth was described by friends as “an amazing person” with a “contagious positivity.”
The Westlake girls keyed on their talented underclassmen, with sophomore Victoria Edwards and freshman Dakota Luther each going 4-for-4 on wins.
Ledecky posted the second fastest time in the country for the calendar year, winning the 500 freestyle with her time of 4:45.99.
Another high school swimmer has died in Florida, marking the fourth tragic death of a young athlete in January, 2015…
Andrew Seliskar, who swims in Virginia 5A Classification, is one of the many athletes who will have to adapt to a new format on one month’s notice.
Emily Schroeder, a senior at the Peddie School in Hightstown, New Jersey produced the video above.
You know it’ll be a great year of high school swimming when the nation’s best high school swimmer is also arguably the best female swimmer in the world. Case in point: Washington D.C.’s Katie Ledecky.
The Maroon & Gold Invitational in Minneapolis, Minnesota saw Nebraska’s Creighton Prep nip Wisconsin’s Madison Memorial 1214.5 to 1214. (Pictured: Creighton’s Sean Tate).