Kaitlyn Owens was 53.90 to win the 100 back, hundredths away from her own 5A record. She was also the 50 free champion (23.01).
Cincinnati Indian Hill sophomore Gibson Holmes led his team to their 2nd place finish, winning 2 events, and providing some stellar relay splits.
Gates Mills Hawken senior Sydney Bare won an incredibly tight race with Cinci Hills Christian junior Jessey Li in the 100 breast.
Johnson sophomore Jada Scott, the 100 free runner-up, split a 22.25 to anchor their 200 free relay to a new Texas state record.
The VHSL Class 6 State meet was held this past week, seeing VHSL records, and even a pair of national high school records fall.
Jojo Randby picked up two wins this weekend at the girls NSAA State Championships leading Marian High School to their third straight team title.
The Lincoln Southwest boys swim team just won their first-ever team title at the 2021 NSAA Swimming Championships to end Creighton Prep’s 14-year streak.
Meanwhile, Connor Foote of Alamo Heights (pictured above) was the only double winner, claiming the 100 back and 100 free.
St. Francis sophomore Scotty Buff broke 48 for the first time in the 100 fly, going 46.57 to snap the Ohio state record.
Carmel High School maintained its winning streak at the Indiana Boys High School State Championships, while sophomore Will Modglin swam a 1:45 in the 200 IM.
NC State commit Aiden Hayes took down the 50 free and 100 fly state records at the Oklahoma 6A High School State Championships.
Tyler Hulet’s 21.80 back leg helped The Woodlands nab the 200 medley relay Texas state record, while he followed up with a win in the 100 back.
Although he was shooting for 18.9 50 free, 44.9 100 fly, and 42.9 100 free, Aiden relinquishes that goals aren’t meant to be met every time
In a preliminary round dominated by seniors, the sophomore Will Modglin stood out among very fast opening rounds on Friday.
New Albany won the 200 medley relay and 400 free relay, while Peroni took down a 2013 Ohio high school state record in the 200 IM.