The Buckhorn Bucks bolted past the field in the 2017 Madison County High School Championship Swim Meet Monday night at the Alabama A&M University Swim Complex.
Isabel Ivey, a 2-time class 1A champion last season, should have a big impact for Buchholz throughout the series. That was already evident as she claimed 2 titles in district 1.
In the 200 IM at the district 3 meet, Bartram Trail’s Summer Stanfield knocked a full second off her best time to win in 2:01.74. That’s almost 3 seconds faster than she went to take 2nd in the event last season and meets the Automatic All-American (AA-A) standard.
As Wisconsin high school swimming hurtles toward the 2017 state meet, WISCA released its latest ranking on Monday. The same…
When you’re a great athlete, people expect you’ll be a great coach too. This isn’t always the case, as many great athletes expect all others to rise and compete at the same level they did
Florida-based sprinter Stefanie Mendizabal will be making the trip up north to start her collegiate career in the fall of…
Defending 500 free state champions Miguel Cancel and Ryley Ober have both opted out of the event in favor of the 100 free this season.
Benjamin’s Alessandra Baldari is already looking sharp this season, scoring an AA-A time and setting 3 new Pool Records in district 10.
Another week, another #1 ranking for Middleton (Division 1 – big schools) and Madison Edgewood (Division 2 – small schools)….
Tom Shields provided a great amount of help to Team USA, not only contributing to their victory in the 400 Medley relay, but also taking wins in the 100 fly and free
After popping a 2:08.0 best time at last weekend’s SMU Classic, USC freshman Maggie Aroesty has done it again, winning last night’s 200 Breast in 2:06.88
We’ve put together all the information you need to follow the series, along with the defending champions of each district.
The Wisconsin Interscholastic Swim Coaches’ Association (WISCA) has released its 6th poll of the 2017 girls’ high school season, and…
Bishop England won its first girls state team title at the SCHSL 3A Championships.
South Aiken and Eastside high schools earned team titles for the 2nd year in a row at the SCHSL 4A Championships.