The Pool at Evanston Township High School will be packed this weekend, and Karl Ortegon is here to tell you what to look for in each race.
Grant was a three-time state Ohio high school state champion, and he’s just a freshman.
The Marquette boys swept all 11 swimming events en route to a UP title, while the girls won all three relays for their 12th title in 13 years.
The boys of Cibola High School peeled away the competition for their first state title on Saturday in Albuquerque.
Hanni Leach broke two state records in helping Missoula Hellgate avenge a 2-point loss in 2013. The Hellgate boys also took home the team trophy.
Exeter brought things down to the final relay in boys Division I, breaking a state record to win the meet by just two points over Bishop Guertin.
Megan Byrnes (left) and Isabella Rongione (right) were among 5 swimmers we spoke to after their great 200 free battle at the 2014 VHSL 6A State Championship meet.
Janet Hu ended her high school career with more state titles in Virginia.
The boys of Southlake Carroll took home their 4th-straight state championship on Saturday, completing a perfect run for their seniors.
Ohio High School State Championships are underway this weekend in Canton, Ohio. Division I Cincinnati Ursuline set two of four records – Emily Slabe, pictured on left, and the 200 freestyle relay (not pictured).
Keri-Ann Petty, who is a swim coach in New Mexico, has been following the New Mexico high school season for…
Andrew Seliskar of Thomas Jefferson High School has broken the National High School Record in the 100 yard breaststroke, swimming a 53.24.
The team from Carmel High School went for broke, and broke all three National High School Record setting relays.
The Middle School swimmers of YISS and their hard work came to a testing point as Yongsan International School of Seoul hosted the first ever Middle school All-Star Championship where the elite boys and girls, from all over Korea and from the KAIAC International school league, converged in a highly tense and much anticipated show down.
The future Virginia Cavalier won four races to lead Westford to the girls Division I title. St. John’s Prep won for boys, though Westford set a relay state record. Marie Chamberlain broke a state record from Division II in the 100 back.