CIF-SS DIVISION 1 SWIMMING & DIVING CHAMPIONSHIPS Live Results Meet Central On Saturday in Riverside, California, St. Margarita senior Grant Shoults…
Grant Shoults met up with SwimSwam’s Anne Lepesant at the conclusion of CIF-SS D1 championships to discuss his two national high school records in the 200 free and 500 free.
Madelyn Murphy’s wins came back to back, first in the 50 free where she swam a 22.49. She followed that up with a blazing 52.15 in the 100 fly to set a new NCS meet record.
CIF-Central Coast Section Swimming and Diving Championships finished today and were highlighted by many top performances, including Presentation’s Chloe Isleta’s win in the 200 IM.
Grant Shoults broke his second national high school record of the night in the 500 free, clocking 4:12.87 to take out Jack Conger’s mark of 4:13.87.
Grant Shoults breaks Maxime Rooney’s hours-old 200 freestyle national high school record with a 1:33.26.
Images from CIF-Southern Section Division IV championships on Friday, May 13, 2016.
Cerritos boys won their third CIF-Southern Section Division IV title and Cerritos girls won their fourth in as many years at the 2016 championships in Riverside, California.
Davis’ Chenoa Devine won the 200 and 500 freestyles, helping her team to a 2nd place finish in the team standings behind Granite Bay.
The Clovis West Swimming and Diving teams swept the girls and boys competition to finish as CIF Central Section Division I Champions.
An untapered Maxime Rooney says he had one morning off and one pre-meet swim before his record-slashing 200 free.
Mallory Korenwinder’s 2nd win came in the 100 breast, which was arguably the most impressive swim of the meet. Korenwinder swam a 1:01.14 to win the event by over 10 seconds.
A view of the scoreboard after Granada senior Maxime Rooney broke the National High School Record in the 200 yard free.
After Friday’s prelims, Clovis, Clovis West, and Buchanan High Schools are all vying for points going into the second day of competition at the CIF Central Swimming and Diving Championships.
Mallory Korenwinder had one of the most impressive swims of the session, posting a 55.62 to take top seed in the 100 fly. She struck again in the 100 breast, where she was even more dominant with a 1:02.10.