In the last WISCA poll prior to both the Division 2 and Division 1 state championships both Middleton and Madison…
Mary Smutny picked up a pair of district wins in the 100 free and 200 free.
The Ames High School girls won their fourth consecutive Iowa State High School Swimming & Diving title over the weekend, and their eighth in the last nine years.
The Arcadia girls and Canyon del Oro boys won Arizona High School Division 2 titles over the weekend in Mesa.
Parker Hughes won the 100 free and was key on the relays as the Brophy Prep boys won their 31st straight Arizona D1 title.
Ashley Strouse won two individual events and added a pair of relay wins as the Chaparral girls definitively won the Division I Arizona High School State title.
This weekend was Sectionals weekend in Wisconsin girls high school swimming. Besides crowning champions of each individual section, state qualifiers…
Gary Hall Jr. went to high school at Brophy Prep. in Phoenix, Arizona.
Chaparral’s loaded sophomore class, including Ashley Strouse (above), has blasted the team into instant-favorite status after prelims in Arizona: in spite of a session-opening relay DQ.
Buchholz’s Talia Bates, the 2-time defending 50 free state champion, has already hit the automatic All-American time standard in the 50 free with a 23.23 to lead the way in regional cluster 1 (districts 1-3). She also put up an AA-C time to win the 100 fly.
Bartram Trail’s Summer Stanfield put up the only automatic All-American time of the region 1 cluster (districts 1-3). Stanfield’s 2:00.73 puts her far ahead of the field heading into regionals and is nearly 2 seconds faster than her time from the 2017 state finals (her former lifetime best ahead of district prelims).
Check out a full preview of the Arizona High School State Swimming & Diving Championships this weekend.
The 2018-2019 NYCHSAA High School Boy’s Swimming and Diving season is right around the corner and it looks to be one of the most competitive to date. The 19 team conference features some of the most talented swimmers in New York.
Led by three from Addison Smith, Baylor’s girls broke four national high school records in a short course meters dual with Science Hill High School in Tennessee.
LSU commit Jolee Liles was named the Swimmer of the Meet at the Baton Rouge City Championship.