Wichita Heights emerged the victor this year, while Maize and Lenexa St. James Academy tied for 2nd in the team standings. With a couple of swims that would have won against 6A competitors, the 1A-5A State Championships proved a fast meet.
Two MSHSAA Records were rewritten and Lafayette prevailed at the 2017 MSHSAA Championship where the team battle came down to the last relay.
Bryan junior Julia Cook broke a pair of Texas overall and class 5A state records at the 5A state championships Saturday. Austin’s Grant Reed and Brenham’s Hudson Smith each broke a pair of class 5A records as Dallas Highland Park won the boys title and Magnolia the girls.
St Xavier’s Grant House (above) broke Joe Hudepohl’s district record, but is still in search of the legendary state record.
The girls of Wheeling Park won their first-ever West Virginia high school state title Saturday, while the George Washington boys jumped back to the top of the ranks for the first time since their 5-year state win streak was snapped last winter.
Shawnee Mission East defended their state title from last year, thanks to a deep and well-rounded roster. Jordan Portela of Lawrence Free State and Sam DiSette of Overland Park Blue Valley North took down state records and dominated in each of their individual events.
Missouri High School Records in the 200 Medley Relay and the 50 Freestyle were broken at the 2017 MSHSAA Prelim in St Peters.
Many state records were taken down at this year’s 6A Virgina State Swimming Championships.
The Woodlands junior Lucie Nordmann broke a pair of Texas 6A and overall state records in prelims of the 2017 state championships.
Cazier threw down a 55.78 to win the event, clearing the old mark of 56.91 done by Zoe Phillips in 2014. That was her 2nd state title of the night, as she also wo the 200 IM earlier with a 2:06.32.
It’s that special time of year when so many states are wrapping up their swimming & diving seasons! Check out the action in Massachusetts this weekend with the boys and girls Division 1 and 2 state championships.
The Kansas 1A-5A and 6A Boy’s state championship swim meets kick off this weekend at the Topeka-Capitol Federal Natatorium.
Senior Joelle Hess was one of the major players for the Park City girls, winning 2 individual titles.
Maeser Prep’s Tony Puertas was one of the top performers on the men’s side, breaking multiple State Records.
In the 100 fly, Hogan demolished the field, clocking in at 56.89 to erase the former State Record set by Olympian Jenny Thompson 27 years ago.