The boys from Mainland High School in New Jersey have broke the National Public High School Record in the 200…
Brooke Forde and her Sacred Heart Academy teammates will try to defend their Kentucky state championship title.
Despite not winning a single swimming event in the pool, the W.A Hough women managed to take home the NCHSAA 4A State title based on their depth and the strength of their divers.
The Pine Lake Prep women managed to put forth a dominant showing at the 1A/2A NCHSAA State Championships, winning the state title with 332 points to Raleigh Charter’s 332 points.
Friesen pulled off an impressive 4-peat in the 100 breast, completing the career sweep with a 1:03.72 for gold to out-touch Air Academy’s Aleks Olesiak (1:03.99).
In the 100 back final, Walsh rocketed to a 52.80 to set a new State Record and win gold by 3 full seconds.
Georgia commit Sammie Burchill set an Indiana state record in the 200 IM yesterday to lead Carmel to its 31st-straight state title, more than any other high school athletic team in the country.
St. Mary’s Academy senior Alex Reddington threw down a pair of Colorado 3A State Records to become a 2-time individual champion at the 2017 Colorado 3A Girls High School State Championships last weekend.
In the 200 free, Walsh blasted a 26.40 on the final 50 to swim past Hardin Valley’s Erica Laning (1:46.26), touching the wall for gold in 1:45.24.
Yorktown High School sophomore Emily Weiss knocked off a notable Indiana high school state record in the 100 breaststroke – a record held by Olympic champ Lilly King.
Zoe Bartel and Coleen Gillilan each set individual records to lead Fossil Ridge High School to a Colorado 5A state title yesterday.
Though Carmel should play the dominant team in tonight’s Indiana High School State finals, Emily Weiss (pictured) of Yorktown pulled off a swim in prelims yesterday that suggests she may threaten Lilly King’s high school record.
Lucie Nordmann (above) will be joined by younger sister Lilian at this year’s Texas 6A State Championship meet.
Due to what is being chalked up as an administrative error, the Decatur High School swim team was unable to compete at the Georgia High School Association (GHSA) state meet last weekend.
The Washington Metro Prep School Swimming and Diving League Championships took place February 2nd- 4th at the Fairland Aquatics Center in Laurel, Maryland.