Johnny Ellery

8 Important Swims From the Second Weekend of Mid-Season Rest Meets

This weekend was the second big mid-season invite weekend in the NCAA. Teams usually suit up and rest a little…


Florida Gulf Coast Women, Army Men Take TYR Fall Classic

The Florida Gulf Coast women and Army West Point men won the 2018 TYR Fall Classic at Florida International University this weekend.


Army Men/Women Sweep Competition At Quad Meet

The Army West Point men’s swimming and diving team put together a dominant outing in the pool after defeating George Mason (174-121), Boston U. (196-97), and American (223-59) on Saturday afternoon at the Jim McKay Natatorium.

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Shoults’ 2 National HS Records Highlight 2016 CIF-SS D1 Finals

An intense Grant Shoults stole the show at the 2016 CIF-Southern Section Division I championships with his two national high school records in the 200 free and 500 free.


2016 CIF-SS Division I Prelims: Santa Margarita and Loyola Surge to Lead

Santa Margarita senior Grant Shoults is looking to go out with another record or two in the CIF-SS Division I finals on Saturday.

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Hart Girls, Boys Back On Top At Foothill League Championships

Hart girls and boys both regained Foothill League titles after a two year absence.

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Canyons NAG record-holder Johnny Ellery Commits To West Point

Johnny Ellery, a part of the Canyons Aquatic Club National Age Group record breaking relay, has verbally committed to West Point.

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Valencia Girls, Boys Repeat as Foothill League Champions Amid Flurry of Meet Records

Saugus High School’s Abbey Weitzeil won the 200 free and 100 back at the 2015 Foothill League Championships in Santa Clarita on Thursday.

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Canyons Aquatic Club breaks Scottsdale’s 15-16 NAG record in 200 free relay

The boys of the Canyons Aquatic Club have broken a National Age Group record at the American Short Course Championships, going 1:22.88 to top the mark set by Ryan Hoffer and the Scottsdale Aquatic Club last year.


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