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.
Lucie Nordmann (above) is one of four swimmers nominated as the Houston-area female high school athlete of the year.
California’s 2016 Prep League Championships saw the girls of Poly/Pasadena nearly sweep all event wins, while the boys of Flintridge Prep won on a huge late-meet surge.
Newport Harbor girls won 268-201 and Newport Harbor boys won 298-193.
The Spartan boys of De La Salle squeaked out a one-point victory over California High, while the Carondelet girls scored a commanding 30-point win over Cal High in this weekend’s dual meet.
A former club and high school swim coach in Arkansas has been sentenced to 35 years in prison for sexual assault and child pornography as part of a plea deal.
Grant Shoults broke several meet records at the 44th Annual Foothill Swim Games at Foothill High School in Santa Ana.