The Jamaican Olympian won the 100 breaststroke in about the same time as what she swam in March of last year.
Episcopal’s Cole Crane took a pair of wins in region 1. Most notably, he picked up an AA-A time in the 100 fly, an event in which he was the 2017 runner-up.
Claudia Thamm from North Penn High School and North Penn Aquatic Club has verbally committed to Auburn’s class of 2023.
Averee Preble of Clovis High School and Clovis Swim Club has verbally committed to swim for Auburn University in 2019-20.
Upper Dublin Aquatic Club and Gwynedd Mercy Academy’s Annie O’Dare has verbally committed to Auburn University for 2019-20.
Hanna Newby, a USA Swimming Scholastic All-American from American Energy Swim Club and Bishop McGuinness Catholic High School, has verbally committed to Auburn University for the 2019-20 season and beyond.
Hannah Mattson of Columbus Aquatic Club and Brookstone School in Columbus, Georgia has verbally committed to Auburn University for 2019-20.
Shayna Fetes of Saint Andrews School and Saint Andrew’s Aquatics has given Gary Taylor his first verbal commitment for the Auburn University women’s swimming and diving class of 2023.
The Bolles boys extended their winning streak to 30 straight state titles with a dominant 350 points. On the girls’ side, Bolles extended their streak to 28 with 333.5 points.
The girls’ 100 fly should once again be one of the best races of the meet and will feature State Record holder Jessica Nava of Westminster Academy.