OHSAA announced that its state championships will remain at C.T. Branin Natatorium in Canton, Ohio, with the competition taking place February 24th-27th.
Bloomfield Hills Cranbrook Kingswood and Bloomingfield Hills Marian, the 2nd and 3rd place teams last year respectively, appear poised to battle it out.
Birmingham Seaholm enters this weekend’s Division II Championships with a good shot at defending their team title from last year.
Ann Arbor Pioneer, who finished 2nd in last year’s team standings, looks to be in excellent position heading into this weekend
The Big Island Interscholastic Federation announced that it will be cancelling fall and winter sports this school year due to the coronavirus pandemic
The Washington Interscholastic Activities Association has decided to move forward with Season 1 of its three season plan beginning on February 1.
Nelson has had some phenomenal swims recently, most notably his epic battles with fellow North Carolina-native Sam Hoover in the 400 IM and 200 IM.
Hawaii’s High School Athletic Association has canceled its March state championships in a number of sports, but regular seasons can still go on.
Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf (above) announced on Wednesday that some of the state’s protective orders, including those shutting down youth sports, will expire on Jan. 4.
David Eric Alsager, a retired high school swimming coach, pleaded no contest to criminal sexual conduct and will spend a year in jail as part of a plea deal.
The Carmel High School boys set national public high school records in the 200 medley relay (1:27.94) and in the 500 free (Jake Mitchell’s 4:14.68.
The MHSAA will allow practices to resume on December 21, with the girls’ swimming & diving state championship meet now scheduled for January 15-16, 2021.
Kendall Pickering placed 4th in the 100 backstroke at the 2019 Illinois High School State Championship meet as just a freshman.
Although the championships are being canceled, low-risk and moderate-risk sports are still going to be allowed to start and compete their seasons as scheduled
Sisters Letitia and Levenia Sim combined to break three individual state records at the Alabama high school state championship meet.