Poolesville won its eight consecutive boys title and fifth consecutive girls title in Maryland’s class 1A-3A.
7 boys records and 3 girls records fell as Sherwood High and Churchill High won their second consecutive Maryland state titles in class 3A-4A.
The boys of Creighton Prep won their 13th consecutive Nebraska high school state swimming & diving title, while Lincoln Southwest’s girls made it four straight titles of their own.
State records fell to Gabi Albiero, Will Cole, Hunter Tapp and Lexington Catholic’s 200 free relay in a tough Kentucky high school state meet.
Minnehaha Academy junior Andrew Karpenko broke a pair of Minnesota class A records individually, while Breck/Blake broke the class A medley relay record en route to a state team title.
Sophomore Hayden Zheng went 53.86 to break the state 100 breast record, while senior Peter Larson broke sprint records with a 19.97 50 free and a 43.46 100 free at Minnesota’s Class AA high school state meet. Larson’s Edina Hornets won the state title despite DQing their medley relay in prelims.
At the 2019 NDHSAA Boys State Championships, the Minot High School boys team commenced their state championship win streak, taking their second straight team title.
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The girls of Clarksville High won a 1A-4A state title on two relay wins, while the Magnolia boys won without winning a single event.
The 2019 Metros Swimming and Diving Championships were held in mid-February, with The Holten-Arms School and Georgetown Preparatory School Girls and Boys winning the Girls and Boys team titles respectively.
Jonesboro High’s girls won Arkansas’ 5A state title behind four wins from Isabella Cothern. Meanwhile Little Rock Christian’s boys won by 34 points over Lake Hamilton.
Ryan Husband broke a supersuited state record in the 200 free for Bentonville, but it was the Central High boys and Bentonville girls who won Arkansas 6A titles.
The Oneal School girls and Epiphany School boys won the North Carolina independent school titles in Division III, while Owen Lloyd and Duncan Charboneau set individual state records.
Asheville won both the boys and girls titles in Division II of North Carolina’s private schools. The girls won on the final relay, while the boys dominated to a 150-point victory.
The girls of Cary Academy dominated North Carolina’s Division I independent high school state championship, while the boys outlasted Charlotte Latin School by just six and a half points.