The Woodson boys and James Madison girls won VHSL Class 6 State Championships yesterday, while Torri Huske set a new national public school 100 fly record.
Monticello sophomore Izzy Bradley broke the 50 free record twice at the 2020 Virginia Class 3 State Championships. Western Albermarle swept the team titles.
Torri Huske, a junior at Yorktown High School, lowered the National Public School Record in the 100 fly to 50.69 on Saturday at the VHSL Class 6 State Meet.
Sophomore Ella Smith lowered the record to a 1:02.98. The former record of 1:03.63 stood for 23 years, as Kerry Charpentier had set it in 1997.
In a tight team battle on both the boys’ and girls’ sides, multiple Class 2 Records went down at the Virginia Class 2 State Championships.
Kaitlyn Dobler of Beaverton, Oregon’s Aloha High School has broken the National Public High School and the Overall High School records for the 100 breast.
Ava Yablonski won the 50 free in a lifetime best 23.54, just 5 hundredths shy of the Meet Record originally set in 2006.
Chaparral High School swim coach Richie Krzyzanowski was put on paid leave after an investigation by the Arizona Department of Education.
The Woodberry Forest Tigers swam to a 2nd place finish in the Virginia State Championship, setting a new state record in the 200 medley relay
Missouri’s state government is hearing a bill that would limit transgender high school student-athletes to competing based on their gender at birth.
Anthony Grimm, Torri Huske and Grace Sheble are among the huge names set to compete this week in Virginia’s 6A high school state meet.
Marquette HS swept both team titles, with the girls repeating as UP state champions. Sault Area senior Andrew Innerebner shined, guiding is team to 2nd.
The 2020 Ohio High School State Swimming & Diving Championships will this Wednesday at the C.T. Branin Natatorium in Canton, Ohio.
Ryan Garstang went on to win the boys 200 IM and 100 back. In the 100 back, Garstang swam to a 48.71 to win the race, shattering the UHSAA 5A record of 49.95
In the boys meet, Tennessee commit Jordan Tiffany was electric, breaking two overall UHSAA records.