Brookfield East broke the state medley relay record to cap a 23-point win in Wisconsin’s Division I girls high school swimming championship.
Your Swammy winner for the 2019 High School Team of the Year goes to the girls of Baylor School (TN), who won the 2019 TISCA state meet by just 6 points.
Boise’s Nathan Quarterman set 2 individual State Meet Records as the Boise High School boys and girls took home the IDHSAA 5A titles.
The Brunswick School Boys Swimming and Diving team dominated against the Loomis Chaffee School, winning each individual event in the dual meet.
Berkley Smith of Wisconsin’s Middleton High School has verbally committed to swim for Wingate University’s DII women’s team next fall.
Foster, one of several 18 & under male swimmers aiming to make the USA’s 2020 roster, talks about graduating high school early to focus on Olympic Trials.
Cheshire High School became the new 2019 Connecticut Interscholastic Athletic Conference Champions for the first time since 2004.
In over 40 years as a high school coach in Illinois, David Robertson’s teams won 14 Illinois High School State Championships.
Cole Jernigan helped the TR Miller boys to a team title. Jernigan swept the sprint freestyles, posting a 22.18 in the 50 free and a 49.55 in the 100 free.
Davis Legnon of Pope John Paul II High School set a new Division 4 Record in the 50 free. Legnon clocked in at 21.07 to erase the former 10-year-old mark.
University of Tennessee commit Cole Whitsett has broken the National Independent High School Record in the 100 fly in short course meters.
Rathle went on to win the 200 IM individually, breaking the LHSAA Record with a 1:49.91. He then broke his own D3 Record with a 56.41 win in the 100 breast.
Daphne High’s Andrew Jordan and Trey Sheils won 4 events. Sheils dominated the 200 IM by nearly 5 seconds (1:50.52) before taking the 100 breast in 55.90.
Gabrielle O’Neil of Saint Scholastica broke her own 200 freestyle record while 3 male swimmers earned double winner status.
Multiple 5A state meet record were broken as the Boise High School girls and boys team become back-to-back IDHSAA Champions.