Sheils Among 4 Boys to Sweep Individual Events at Alabama 6A-7A Championships


  • December 7th, 2019
  • 25 Yards
  • James E. Martin Aquatics Center
  • Auburn, AL
  • Results


  1. Westminster Christian Academy 290
  2. Auburn High School 181
  3. Spain Park High School 169
  4. Grissom High School 165
  5. Fairhope High School 163


  1. Huntsville High School 288
  2. Daphne High School 236
  3. Auburn High School 209
  4. St Paul’s Episcopal School 205
  5. Grissom High School 199

The 2019 Alabama High School State Championships took place last Saturday at Auburn University’s aquatic center. Westminster Christian took home the girls’ title, winning several individual events and sweeping the relays. Though the Huntsville High boys didn’t win any events, they had the depth to take the title over Daphne High.

Westminster Christian had a pair of girls sweep their individual events. Eboni McCarty won gold in the freestyle sprints, clocking in at 22.88 in the 50 and 50.07 in the 100. Teammate Rebekah Hamilton won the middle distance freestyles. Hamilton first touched in 1:46.91 in the 200 free before going on to be the only swimmer under 500 in the 500 free (4:57.95).

Every individual event on the boys’ side was won by a double event winner. Daphne High had a pair of champions take 4 titles between Andrew Jordan and Trey Sheils. Jordan secured the middle distance sweep with a 1:39.64 in the 200 free and a 4:29.34 in the 500 free. Sheils dominated the 200 IM by nearly 5 seconds (1:50.52) before taking the 100 breast in 55.90.

Grissom High’s Owen Harlow swept the sprints, touching in 20.92 for the 50 free and 46.00 in the 100 free. St. Paul’s Episcopal also had a double event winner as Stephen Conrad won the 100 fly (49.93) and 100 back (49.03).


  • Girls’ 200 Medley Relay: Westminster Christian, 1:45.76
  • Girls’ 200 IM: Caroline Lawrence, Hoover High, 2:06.87
  • Girls’ 100 Fly: Kaleigh Spears, Fairhope High, 56.62
  • Girls’ 200 Free Relay: Westminster Christian, 1:36.51
  • Girls’ 100 Back: Julia Krichev, Huntsville High, 55.86
  • Girls’ 100 Breast: Bradi Jones, Opelika High, 1:04.53
  • Girls’ 400 Free Relay: Westminster Christian, 3:33.86
  • Boys’ 200 Medley Relay: St. Paul’s Episcopal, 1:34.30
  • Boys’ 200 Free Relay: St. Paul’s Episcopal, 1:26.42
  • Boys’ 400 Free Relay: Daphne High, 3:09.01

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