Texas will hold one of the most elaborate high school post-seasons in the country so far, though it’s still scaled back from the usual format.
Nebraska will host a three-day, prelims/finals high school state swimming & diving meet, though without any spectators amid the pandemic.
The team consists of the fastest swimmer across all 3 division state meets in each event.
Kolby Ruff, the Missouri High School State Championships runner-up in the 100 freestyle was critically injured in a car crash on Christmas Day.
Woodbury took the 200 free with a 1:48.31, breaking the Lake Orion pool record of 1:49.56.
DeWitt senior Jordyn Shipps, an Oakland recruit, took the 100 free with a 50.80, touching first by over a second.
As projected by the psych sheet, Ann Arbor Pioneer won the state title, and did so by a huge margin, doubling runner-up Farmington Hills Mercy’s score
The Charlotte-Mecklenburg School Board has ordered a stop to most high school sports, but they’ve made exceptions for volleyball and cross-country.
St Xavier High School, home of the Aqua Bombers and Cincinnati Marlins, will see its historic Keating Natatorium undergo renovations this year.
Aspaas retired once from Minot High School in 2009 only to return as the coach at Bismarck’s Century High, where she won 6 more titles in 6 seasons.
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