Due to what is being chalked up as an administrative error, the Decatur High School swim team was unable to compete at the Georgia High School Association (GHSA) state meet last weekend.
The Washington Metro Prep School Swimming and Diving League Championships took place February 2nd- 4th at the Fairland Aquatics Center in Laurel, Maryland.
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Marist Girls’ Team poses with the 2017 state championship trophy, holding off second and third place finishers by 10 points.
2017 NORTHERN VIRGINIA REGIONAL 6A CHAMPIONSHIPS
With the Colorado Girl’s State Championships coming up later this week, we get one last opportunity to analyze the potential outcomes for the 3 meets that will take place.
Though Waukesha South-Catholic Memorial remains the team to beat, Madison West High School has overtaken Madison Memorial by a narrow two-point lead for the second position in the polls.
The James Madison High School girls (above) and the Patriot High School boys posted the best times at the Northern Virginia Region 6A Championships.
The girls of North Canton Hoover High School in Canton, Ohio set a pair of national public high school records in the 200 meter medley and 200 meter free relays last week.
McLean’s Sinead Eksteen broke the regional record in the 200 free of U.S. National Teamer Cassidy Bayer, who missed the meet with a knee injury.
Johns Creek (GA) senior Michael Taylor came within a tenth of a second of the national public high school 100 back record, hitting the 3rd-fastest time in high school history at 45.53.
The boys of Minnetonka High School rattled the national public high school record in the 200 medley relay last week with a massive 1:30.19 at the Minnesota True Team State Meet.
The Wisconsin Interscholastic Swim Coaches Association (WISCA) released their latest polls for the boys high school swim season on Sunday,…
Occasionally, the Viking tries to survive a practice with the kids where ever he can find a good workout.
According to a source close to the story, the Missouri State High School Athletic Association advisory board is suggesting splitting schools into two classes for swimming to accommodate the large number of schools in the state.