With only half a point separating the top 2 teams, it was Farmington Hills Mercy High School that was able to win their 3rd-straight team title.
Mount Carmel junior Emily Schexnayder won back-to-back titles in the 100 fly then 100 free to highlight the girls meet.
Senior Samantha Baron and junior Jaime Chen each won three events as Newport won Washington’s class 4A state girls title.
Hutchinson sophomore Grace Hanson won four events, but Visitation only needed one win to book a 7th-straight Minnesota state title in Class A.
Quinn Murphy and Samantha Stein, both of Phoenix Country Day High School earned AIA DIII Swimmer and Diver of the Year, respectively.
Though Minnetonka won all three relays, conference rivals Edina won their fourth-straight Minnesota high school state title in Class AA.
In another record-breaking session, the girls of Neuqua Valley, led by 2-time state record-holder and champion Rachel Stege, defended their 2018 state title.
Host New Trier will aim to topple defending champs Neuqua Valley as only 3.5 points separates the teams after a record-breaking prelims.
14-year old Nabila Maazouz was found unresponsive under a pool cover following a Liberty High School swim practice on Wednesday.
New Trier has set themselves in a great position for the team title, yet will have 2018 champion Neuqua Valley, Oswego East and Metea Valley on their tails.
At the 2019 WIAA D2 State meet, the girls of Edgewood won their 5th-straight team title by a wide margin over runners up McFarland
Rudolph also posted wins in the 50 free (22.37) and 100 back (52.90) while anchoring Bellevue’s winning 200 medley relay with a 22.22 split.
The boys of St. Louis University High defended their 2018 team title at the MSHSAA Class 2 State Championships. Meanwhile, 3 class/state records were broken.
A total of 12 4A State Meet records were broken by numerous athletes at the 2019 ISHAA 4A State Championships November 8th-9th.
The boys of Glendale defeated 3-time state champion Central at the 2019 Missouri HS Boys Class 1 State meet, where five class/state records were broken.