Southlake Carroll sweeps relays in dominant Texas HS District performance

Southlake Carroll High School, located in the suburbs of Dallas-Fort Worth, TX, put together a dominating performance at Texas’s District 10-6A Championships over the weekend, winning 16 of 24 total events.

That included a 6-event run on the boys side that stretched from before the diving break through the 200 free relay.

That boys streak was started by Jack LeVant, one of two double individual winners on the boys side. LeVant paced the 50 free in 21.33, setting Southlake Carroll on a roll. After a diving win from teammate Nate Hernandez, LeVant returned to go 49.92 in winning the 100 fly.

Also winning twice was Carson Klein, who swept the 200 (1:40.56) and 500 frees (4:34.29).

On the girls side, Southlake Carroll put together four in a row through the middle of the meet, highlighted by a 50 free/100 free double from Casey Rose. Rose was 24.44 and 52.60 in those events, respectively.

Also doubling up was Plano Senior High’s Laura Brasier. Brasier matched Klein’s resume on the men’s side, winning the 200 (1:54.43) and 500 frees (5:05.59).

Southlake Carroll swept all 6 relays and also got wins from Austin Whalen (boys 100 free, 46.88), Anya Ittiruck (girls 100 fly, 57.47) and Maddy Kieser (girls diving, 418.95).

The top 6 in each event advance to the regional round, where athletes will qualify for the state tournament. You can find the region qualifiers in each event on the Allen American website here.

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completelyconquered

Extremely impressive relays for the Southlake boys. I have not seen the San Antonio or Klein district results yet, but I would say that the Southlake boys have a great shot at repeating as State champs this year. Which is crazy when they graduated Jonathan Roberts last year.

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