It’s an incredibly fast-rising class of junior boys – and we have a neck-and-neck competition for the #1 overall swimming recruit in the class.
Hoover, who came into the meet with a best of 44.43, took almost 1.5 seconds off his best to break the State Record set by Tim Connery at the 1A-2A state meet
Junior stars are spread across North Carolina’s three classes of high school swimming, including standout Claire Curzan, on a NAG record hunt this week.
Hoover is the fourth verbal commitment to NC State’s class of 2025 on the men’s side alone, and he’s the third in the last few days.
Day 5 finals include the women’s and men’s 200 IM, women’s 1500 freestyle, women’s and men’s 50 freestyle, men’s 800 freestyle, and the 400 medley relays.
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After a bunch of classes in a row loaded with 200 freestylers, 2021 is decidedly sprintier, led by a pair of Swiss Army Knife multi-stroke sprinters.
NC State recruit and SwimSwam’s #14 recruit for the Class of 2019, Noah Henderson, threw down a pair of NCHSAA 3A records, and an overall NCHSAA state record in the 50 free.
Jake Foster of Mason Manta Rays is top seed in the men’s 100 breast on Tuesday in Irvine.
The North Carolina Swimming Age Group Championships were held this past weekend, seeing a total of 13 state records come down. TAC Titans won the combined meet, boys meet, and girls meet, and additionally was responsible for 7 of the 13 broken records.
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