GHSA Swimming and Diving State Championship updates from Friday

Andreas Milano

1. Johns Creek (408.5) 2. Dalton (304.5) 3. Lakeside-DeKalb (282)

Girls

1. Lassiter (413.5) 2. Cambridge (377) 3. Lakeside-DeKalb (240)

Class 6A INDIVIDUAL RESULTS

Boys

200-Yard Medley Relay

1. Centennial (1:33.44) 2. Johns Creek (1:33.74) 3. Lakeside-DeKalb (1:34.30)

200-Yard Freestyle

1. Sebastien Sergile, Centennial (1:35.36) 2. Roman Valdez, Dalton (1:37.13) 3. Ben McClain, Kennesaw Mountain (1:38.99)

200-Yard IM

1. Henry Bethel, Dalton (1:45.54) 2. Andrew Simmons, Johns Creek (1:48.51) 3. Cale Martter, Riverwood (1:50.06)

50-Yard Freestyle

1. Brett Reason, Kennesaw Mountain (20.71) 2. Noah Smith, Allatoona (21.06) 3. Thomas Shannon, Riverwood (21.06)

100-Yard Butterfly

1. Adam O’Brien, Lassiter (48.86) 2.

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Boys swimming: Scouting the Northwest suburbs

Andreas Milano

Top teams: Barrington, Buffalo Grove, Fremd, Hersey, Maine South, Prospect, Rolling Meadows.

Top Swimmers/Divers: Ricky Anesi (Jr, Saint Viator), Rylan Anselm (fr, Barrington), David Basa (fr, Barrington), Evan Bestor (Jr, Conant), Sean Bosshart (Jr, Saint Viator), Jack Epperson (sr, Prospect), Alex Fleming (sr, Maine West), Andrew Flight (Jr, Hersey) Henry Gabriel (sr, Palatine), Jacob Hardt (Rolling Meadows), Tim Hays (Jr, Prospect), Mason Hergert (Jr, Wheeling), Dylan Kase (sr, Hersey), Sam Keeley (sr, Rolling Meadows), Dan Langlois (sr, Barrington), Emil Lasocki (sr, Buffalo Grove), Ian Listopad (sr, Maine West), Nate Loch (sr, Hersey), Leo Marcinkus (Jr, Saint Viator), James McKevitt (sr,

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High school swimming: Region VIII-5A Results

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a person swimming in the water: Flour Bluff girls swim team competes in the 200 yard medley relay at the Region VIII-5A at the Corpus Christi Natatorium on Friday, Feb. 5, 2021.


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Flour Bluff girls swim team competes in the 200 yard medley relay at the Region VIII-5A at the Corpus Christi Natatorium on Friday, Feb. 5, 2021.

REGION VIII-5A SWIMMING AND DIVING CHAMPIONSHIPS

at CCISD Natatorium

GIRLS

Top swimmer — Jennifer Pena, so., Flour Bluff

Top diver — Maria Stevens, jr., Ray

200 yard medley relay — 1. Flour Bluff (Christabel Martin, Patience Orms, Jennifer Pena, Kylee Hutchinson), 1 minute, 50.67 seconds; 2. King, 2:00.46; 3. Calallen, 2:01.38; 4. McAllen Rowe, 2:03.39; 5. CC Veterans Memorial, 2:04.11; 6. SA Great Hearts, 2:05.74; 7. Sharyland, 2:08.34; 8. McAllen

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GHSA Swimming and Diving State Championship updates from Saturday

Andreas Milano

Norcross swimmer Catie Choate was also among those to have a repeat first-place finish. She defended her 100-yard backstroke title with a first-place time of 55.01. In last year’s 50-yard freestyle, Campbell’s Allison Damron placed third with a time of 23.78. This year, Damron jumped up two spots to finish first with a time of 23.26 to take home the gold.

See the results from Saturday’s Class 7A GHSA Swimming State Championships below.

TEAM RESULTS

Class 7A

Boys

1. North Gwinnett (361.5) 2. Alpharetta (308.5) 3. Parkview (301.5)

Girls

1. Lambert (324) 2. Walton (320) 3. Brookwood (282)

INDIVIDUAL RESULTS

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Men’s Swimming & Diving Defeats Michigan State On Senior Day

Andreas Milano

UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. — The Penn State Men’s Swimming & Diving team concluded their regular season with a win over Michigan State, defeating the Spartans 180-54 Saturday evening at McCoy Natatorium. 

The team also honored the seniors for their last home meet: Brad Johnson, Dale Johnson, Gabe Castano, Jacob Deckman, Juliusz Gosieniecki, Hayden Harlow, Bryce Hoch, Eben Krigger, and Will Roberson. 

Top Swims

Sophomore Lachlan Byrne led the Nittany Lions with three individual event wins in the 200 back (1:50.94), 50 back (22.91), and 100 IM (51.16). 

In

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Northern Colorado swimming defeats Colorado State for first time in history

Andreas Milano

Northern Colorado swimming and diving defeated its in-state rival Colorado State for the first time in program history.

UNC defeated CSU on Friday in Fort Collins, 113-91. The Bears recorded nine wins, including both relays, and moved to 9-1 on the season after the victory.

“Tonight was another big step for our team,” UNC head coach Lisa Ebeling said in a statement. “CSU is a strong program and historically has been way out of our league. This was a fun win for us to close out the dual meet season. Now it’s time for the girls to fine-tune for the

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