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.
The Barrington High School Girls Won their 5th-straight State Championship on Saturday.
At the 2019 Boys IHSA State Championships, the boys of St. Charles North won the program’s first-ever state title.
The boy’s 200 IM at the Virginia 6A state championships on Friday night wasn’t the fastest event at the meet. I knew that 200 IM race was something that I would never forget for the rest of my life.
Led by a relay sweep and seven total event wins, the Carmel High School boys won their fifth consecutive Indiana boys high school state title in swimming & diving.
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Carson Foster, pictured above, broke a national high school record in the 200 free at the OHSAA Division I State Championships.
His time would currently rank 9th in the NCAA this year, with the SEC having already swum their conference championships.
The University School boys team won the OHSAA Division II State Championship for the second year in a row, while the Hawken girls recorded their 21st consecutive team title at this meet.
Club teammates Jake Foster, Adam Chaney and Carson Foster – who were all selected as 2018-19 National Junior Team members – collectively broke six state records during the prelims of the OHSAA D1 State Championships.
The Cape Elizabeth girls swim team celebrate their third straight Maine High School Class B State Championship. Meanwhile, the Mount Desert boys repeated as state champions.
The 2019 MPA Class A State Championships witnessed a team race that came down to the final relay on the girls side, and two new state records on the boys side.
Last year’s NMAA champions, Eldorado, are seeded 5th when the meet is scored out, and while La Cueva looks strong with a 28-point lead heading to the meet, there will be lots of competition among the other teams, with second through fourth places separated by a mere 12 points. All in all, this should be an entertaining meet, and relatively fast for New Mexico as a state and the NMAA.
A swimmer suspended for much of the high school season was granted a waiver to compete at an Indiana high school sectional meet, prompting protests from swimmers and parents.