Reagan Cathcart, also a senior and a Utah commit, swam a 23.33 to win the 50 free, breaking the MSHSAA Class II record with the swim.
Keller won the 100 breast, swimming a 56.87, touching first by 5 seconds.
Butte High School senior Catherine Russo defended her title in the 50 free, winning it for the 4th year in a row.
Dang, a Stanford commit, set the mark in the 100 breast. He was also the 200 free champion as he clipped his best in 1:38.52.
He anchored in a 19.11, which bodes well for the Badgers as it’s faster than any member of Wisconsin’s 200 free relay in last season’s Big Ten final.
TeDuits, a Wisconsin commit, tied the Division 2 State Record as he won the 100 fly title. Lohr, an Iowa commit, broke the 100 back record.
Overland Park-Blue Valley West High School defended its 2019 title at the Kansas 6A Boy’s High School State Championship, defeating Olathe East by 1 point.
Fresh off the relay, Keegan McKenney won the 200 free for Cape Elizabeth with a 1:43.72, breaking the meet record.
Harper, a Tennessee commit, went on to win the 100 back in a new meet record of 54.28.
Bainbridge Island’s Jude Wenker put up a pair of wins at Washington 3A States, including a new Meet Record in the 200 free.
Conley, an Ohio State commit, took a full second off the state mark in 1:47.52, just 2 hundredths shy of his best from 2018 Winter Juniors.
Briggs took half a second off his 200 free best with a 1:38.18, smashing the former mark of 1:39.87 set by Columbia River’s Josh Bottelberghe in 2017.
The Kennebunk High School girls took home the Maine Class A state title last week, managing to claim the team title despite not winning an event.
The first Cheverus win came in the 200 IM, where senior Jack Martin took the title with a 2:02.10.
Wichita Independent put nearly 100 points between themselves and runners-up McPherson High School, tallying 273 points to McPherson’s 182.