Here are some of the images captured on the pool deck at 2016 CIF-Southern Section Division III Championships in Riverside, California.
Walnut High School earned the boys’ crown at the 2016 CIF-SS Division III Championships.
Amy Okada of Beverly Hills High School won the 50 free and 100 fly at the 2016 CIF-SS Division III Championships.
Santa Margarita senior Grant Shoults is looking to go out with another record or two in the CIF-SS Division I finals on Saturday.
Jacqueline Torrez of La Salle posted the top qualifying times in the 200 IM and 100 breast at the CIF-Southern Section Division IV prelims on Wednesday.
Here is a quick look at each of the CIF Section meets taking place throughout the state of California this weekend. Emily Eastin (pictured) will try to defend her 100 fly title at the CIFSS D2 championships.
The 2016 CIF-Southern Section psych sheets are out for all four divisions. Diving takes place on Monday and Tuesday, while swimming prelims and finals begin on Wednesday and run through Saturday afternoon.
The CIF Central Coast Section has released the psych sheets for the 2016 Championships, to be held on May 13 and May 14 at Santa Clara International Swim Center.
The boys and girls of Redlands East Valley dominated the Citrus Belt League Championships at Crafton Hills College last Thursday, winning all but seven events to claim victories in their respective team races.
Hart girls and boys both regained Foothill League titles after a two year absence.
The Edison girls three-peated and the Los Alamitos boys squeaked by perennial favorite Edison to win the team races at the Sunset League championships.
The Palo Alto High School girls and Gunn High School boys successfully defended their respective SCVAL-DAD titles at this year’s championship meet in the Gunn High School pool on April 29, 2016.
The East Bay Athletic League is one of California’s most storied high school swim leagues. Over the years the EBAL has produced NCAA Division 1 standouts as well as World-Junior-Record-Holder Maxime Rooney.
Woodbridge avenged their 38-point loss to Irvine from last year’s Pacific Coast League Championships with a 34-point victory this time around, due in large part to a sweep of all three relays.
Northwood High School Open, JV and Varsity groups all won their respective 2016 Pacific Coast League championship titles.