The 2019 Metros Swimming and Diving Championships were held in mid-February, with The Holten-Arms School and Georgetown Preparatory School Girls and Boys winning the Girls and Boys team titles respectively.
Jonesboro High’s girls won Arkansas’ 5A state title behind four wins from Isabella Cothern. Meanwhile Little Rock Christian’s boys won by 34 points over Lake Hamilton.
Ryan Husband broke a supersuited state record in the 200 free for Bentonville, but it was the Central High boys and Bentonville girls who won Arkansas 6A titles.
The Oneal School girls and Epiphany School boys won the North Carolina independent school titles in Division III, while Owen Lloyd and Duncan Charboneau set individual state records.
Asheville won both the boys and girls titles in Division II of North Carolina’s private schools. The girls won on the final relay, while the boys dominated to a 150-point victory.
The girls of Cary Academy dominated North Carolina’s Division I independent high school state championship, while the boys outlasted Charlotte Latin School by just six and a half points.
The Barrington High School Girls Won their 5th-straight State Championship on Saturday.
At the 2019 Boys IHSA State Championships, the boys of St. Charles North won the program’s first-ever state title.
The boy’s 200 IM at the Virginia 6A state championships on Friday night wasn’t the fastest event at the meet. I knew that 200 IM race was something that I would never forget for the rest of my life.
Led by a relay sweep and seven total event wins, the Carmel High School boys won their fifth consecutive Indiana boys high school state title in swimming & diving.
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Carson Foster, pictured above, broke a national high school record in the 200 free at the OHSAA Division I State Championships.
His time would currently rank 9th in the NCAA this year, with the SEC having already swum their conference championships.
The University School boys team won the OHSAA Division II State Championship for the second year in a row, while the Hawken girls recorded their 21st consecutive team title at this meet.