Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf (above) announced on Wednesday that some of the state’s protective orders, including those shutting down youth sports, will expire on Jan. 4.
David Eric Alsager, a retired high school swimming coach, pleaded no contest to criminal sexual conduct and will spend a year in jail as part of a plea deal.
The Carmel High School boys set national public high school records in the 200 medley relay (1:27.94) and in the 500 free (Jake Mitchell’s 4:14.68.
The MHSAA will allow practices to resume on December 21, with the girls’ swimming & diving state championship meet now scheduled for January 15-16, 2021.
Kendall Pickering placed 4th in the 100 backstroke at the 2019 Illinois High School State Championship meet as just a freshman.
Although the championships are being canceled, low-risk and moderate-risk sports are still going to be allowed to start and compete their seasons as scheduled
Sisters Letitia and Levenia Sim combined to break three individual state records at the Alabama high school state championship meet.
Only a junior, Stephen Conrad was a perfect four for four on state records, setting two individually and two as a member of relays.
Pennsylvania unveiled a series of new statewide restrictions on Thursday, which includes closing of all indoor fitness facilities and cancelling youth sports.
After the original order took effect on November 17, the state has begun to see a decrease in new coronavirus cases and hospitalizations from COVID-19.
The Chandler High School Swimming & Diving team has announced the death of their Booster President Tony Vasquez and his wife Lisa resulting from COVID-19.
Alaska high schools hosted a state invite, sanctioned by USA Swimming, in place of their canceled state championship meet.
Colby Orcutt, whose older brother Daniel won the High School Heisman in 2016, has been named one of 12 finalists for the 2020 award.
University of Arizona Commit Lexi Duchsherer played a key role in helping Bismarck Century to its 6th straight state title.
Andres Dupont took down Clay Kirkland‘s 20-year-old 200 freestyle Bolles School record at the FSHAA 1A State Championships, swimming a time of 1:35.60.