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.
Century High School won its 5th-straight North Dakota girls’ swimming & diving championship on Saturday, led by a state record from Lexi Duchsherer.
At the 2019 FHSAA 3A State meet, the Chiles girls won their first title since 2014 while the Barron Collier boys earned their first-ever state championship.
Ellie Waldrep (right) broke 2 National High School Records, including one in the 200 IM previously held by Baylor alum Arden Pittman (left).
The Dimond High School girls (above) and Service high school boys both repeated as Alaska high school swimming & diving state champions.
Oviedo High School swept the FHSAA 4A team titles for the first time in program history. Meanwhile, Micayla Cronk put up top-10 historic 15-16 times.
Sophomore Kennedy Noble, of Millennium High School, breaks Misty Hyman’s AZ state 100 backstroke record dating back to 1996 with a new time of 52.73.
Matt Milovanovic won 3of the final 4 events to lead Brophy College Prep to the Arizona Division 1 high school state title. Chaparral won on the girls side.
After finishing in second place for 2 years in a row, the Dowling Catholic girls won their first ever Iowa state swimming championship.
The Lander Tigers sent out their senior class undefeated at the Wyoming 3A High School State Championship meet with a 4th-straight title.
Riverview senior Emma Weyant is on track to defending her FHSAA 4A titles in the 500 free and 200 IM while Oviedo holds all 6 relays in the state’s top five.
Mason Laur and the rest of the Barron Collier boys currently headline the FHSAA 3A State Series with the state championship just around the corner.
The Laramie girls’ swimming & diving team won their 3rd-straight Wyoming 4A High School State Championship on Saturday with their highest point total of the run.