The latest casualty of the coronavirus outbreak are the state championship events in boys’ swimming, boys’ basketball, girls’ basketball, and boys’ ice hockey in Connecticut.
Fargo South junior Eric Anderson took down the State Record in the 100 free and missed the 50 free record by just 2 hundredths.
Newmark, a Wisconsin commit, raced to a 1:35.88, clipping a few tenths off the former record (1:36.13) set by Cansius’ Jack Boyd in 2013.
NISCA – the National Interscholastic Swim Coaches Association – has announced five constitutional change proposals for 2020.
Carlson started the boys swim team at Hutchinson High School in 1961 and coached there for 46 years before retiring in 2007.
Mainland Regional junior Katie McClintock, a Wisconsin commit, took down the Meet Record in the 200 IM in a lifetime best 1:58.74.
Cal commit Jack Alexy, a junior at Delbarton, broke a 29-year-old Meet Record in the 50 free, hitting the wall in 20.08.
Marian High School junior JoJo Randby, a Nebraska commit, took down the Meet Record twice as she set a lifetime best in the 100 breast.
Senior Rush Clark of Creighton Prep raced to a new Meet Record in prelims of the 100 fly, setting a lifetime best 47.21.
Jonesboro’s Bella Cothern swept the sprints as she took down her own 5A Record in the 50 free and tied the 5A Record to win the 100 free.
Tower Hill freshman Lainey Mullins was one of the standouts of the meet. In the 200 free, Mullins broke a 16-year-old State Record.
Bishop Hendricken’s CJ Sheldon took down the State Record in the 50 free. His 21.17 was just a hundredth shy of his lifetime best.
Though she was off her record from 2018, Diehl won handily in 23.85. She swept the sprint titles, dominating the 100 free in 51.42.
Husband, another Auburn commit, swept his races with a 1:39.94 in the 200 free and a 49.59 in the 100 fly. He put up a 44.91 leadoff on the 400 free relay.
Matt Brownstead went 19.5 in the 50 free last year and split 19.0 on a relay. He’ll chase an 18-second split while we get a rematch of 2019’s 200 IM thriller.