Jack Herczeg took down the Class A Record in prelims of the 100 free. Herczeg, an Ohio State commit set it at a 44.62 and went on to win the title.
Bishop Kelley’s Jack Callan set a pair of 5A Meet Records in prelims and played a part in 2 record-setting relays for Bishop Kelley.
St. Louis Park’s Hayden Zheng repeated as 100 breast champion, posting a 54.34 in the heats and winning the final in 54.52.
The Jenks High School boys and girl swept the team titles at the 2020 Oklahoma 6A State Championships in their home pool.
A retired swim coach in Mt. Pleasant, Michigan has been arrested and accused of sexually assaulting a 12-year-old child, local media report.
St. Charles North won title #2 while Loyola’s Luke Maurer took down Reed Malone’s 200 FR state record. Glenbrook South’s Max Iida also swept the BR/IM events.
The class of inductees are NCAA Division III champion swimmer Kate Kovenock, Paralympic coach Rob Hale and official Fran Fox.
Carmel HS once again dominated in the IUPUI Natatorium, bringing home their 6th-consecutive state title. In the process, 5 state records were broken.
Jake Mitchell broke a three-week old National High School Record in the 500 yard freestyle on Saturday at the Indiana High School State Championship meet.
Caroline Bricker picked up a winning double for Cheyenne Mountain, starting with a new 4A Record in the 200 IM and finishing with a 100 breast win.
There were a couple of Class 1 Records set at the meet. Nerinx Hall’s Brooke Punnewaert repeated as champion in the 200 IM.
The previous pool record was held at 51.13, and the state record was 49.24.
Newman racked up a final score of 624.65, beating the field by nearly 200 points. Newman broke both the pool record and NM state record with his score.
Reagan Cathcart, also a senior and a Utah commit, swam a 23.33 to win the 50 free, breaking the MSHSAA Class II record with the swim.
Keller won the 100 breast, swimming a 56.87, touching first by 5 seconds.