Brothers Kayden and Carter Lancaster helped lead Bolles to another FLorida state title, following in their father’s footsteps.
South Florida Heat’s Erika Pelaez was one of three swimmers to set a new Florida HS State Record at the meet, doing so in the girls’ 100 backstroke (52.34).
Max Williamson moved into the top 3 of National Age Group rankings in the 200 IM and 100 free in the span of 25 minutes.
King used her speed to get out to an early lead in the race, splitting 1:07.71 on the first 100, while Lazor touched in 1:09.68 at the halfway mark.
A flurry of state and meet records fell behind multiple records from Addison Carlile and Carter Lancaster, among others.
Carmel High School maintained its winning streak at the Indiana Boys High School State Championships, while sophomore Will Modglin swam a 1:45 in the 200 IM.
Seniors Griffin Hadley and Augustus Rothrock won two individual events apiece for Carmel as they outpaced runner-up Noblesville by 190 points.
The team of Carter Lancaster, Brandon Malicki, Emile Haig, and Gregg Enoch broke another NAG, swimming a 1:34.61 in the 200 medley relay.
Carter Lancaster (left) led off Carmel’s record-breaking 400 free relay and later posted the 6th-best time in 13-14 age group history in the 200 backstroke.
During a tri-meet, Carmel Swim Club crushed the NAG in the boy’s 13-14 400 medley relay by over 2 seconds, which was set by NCAP earlier this year.
12-year-olds Trevan Valena and Camille Murrary put up top 11-12 times in the US at the 11th Annual Bill Nixon Memorial meet.
12-year-old Carter Lancaster has now won all 7 individual events thus far in the 11-12 age group, continuing to improve his top 10 times nationwide.
Kayden (14) and Carter (12) Lancaster of Carmel Swim Club impressed with top 5 times in their respective age groups nationally.