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DennisHill-NISCA

AUSTIN, Texas, April 7. THE National Interscholastic Swim Coaches Association bestowed its annual awards on several prestigious names in the swimming and diving community, including an Olympic diver and the coach of several championship swimming squads.

SwimmingWorld.TV was at the banquet in Austin, Texas, where Ann Arbor Pioneer's Denny Hill was the recipient of the NISCA Hall of Fam

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Dennis Hill

AUSTIN, Texas, March 31. DENNY Hill will remember 2014 for the rest of his years, as it marked his final season coaching the historic Ann Arbor Pioneer swim teams and his entry into the National interscholastic Swim Coaches Association's Hall of Fame.

Before he was recognized by his peers for the NISCA Hall of Fame honor, Hill talked with Swimming World about 36 years of teaching and

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Connecticut High School State Championships

NEW HAVEN, Connecticut, March 22. THE Greenwich Cardinals claimed their third Connecticut Open title in the last five years at the Connecticut Boys Open High School Championships March 22 at Yale University in New Haven.

The Cardinals dominated the competition, scoring 652 points to runner-up Fairfield Prep's 455.5. Pomperaug claimed third (391), followed by Brookfield (250.5) and Mid

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Pennsylvania High School

LEWISBURG, Pennsylvania, March 16. FIVE state records were reset during the Pennsylvania 2A High School Swimming and Diving Championships March 14-15 at Bucknell University in Lewisburg. Three other records were seriously threatened as well.

Girls
Courtney Harnish certainly started off her high school swimming career with flying colors. The girls Swimmer of the Meet, a freshman at

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Pennsylvania High School

LEWISBURG, Pennsylvania, March 15. THE Hershey Lady Trojans defended their team title, and the La Salle College Explorers earned their third consecutive victory at the Pennsylvania 3A High School Swimming Championships March 12-13 at Bucknell University in Lewisburg.

Girls
There was plenty of excitement during the girls portion of the competition, and it started with the very first

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Michigan High School State Championships

HOLLAND, Michigan, March 9. ONE division record fell at the Michigan High School Boys Division 3 Swimming and Diving Championships March 7-8. The meet was held in short course yards at the Holland Aquatic Center.

The record went to St. Joseph's 400 free relay of seniors Jeff Coard, Michael Orspurng and Mitchell Davis, plus junior Ben Carter. The quartet posted a 3:10.19, taking down G

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Michigan High School State Championships

YPSILANTI, Michigan, March 9. THE Maples of Seaholm High School, fueled by a sweep of the relay events, earned their first team title since 2011 at the Michigan High School Boys Division 2 Swimming and Diving Championships. The meet was conducted in short course yards at Eastern Michigan University in Ypsilanti.

The Maples' 200 medley relay of juniors Evan Burke and Jack Russell, plus

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Michigan High School State Championships

UNIVERSITY Center, Michigan, March 9. AFTER finishing in the runner-up position, the Brother Rice Warriors claimed their first Division 1 title since 2007 at the Michigan High School Boys Division 1 Swimming and Diving Championships. The meet was held in short course yards at the Saginaw Valley State University in University Center.

Brother Rice scored 345 points with Stevenson second (202

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Illinois High School

By Eric Finger

EVANSTON, Illinois, March 9. NORMAL University won the IHSA Boys State Swimming and Diving Championships on Saturday, March 1 by scoring 123 points. Libertyville finished just three points behind in second with 120 points, followed by Hinsdale Central, who scored 108 points.

Libertyville's 200 medley relay started off the night with a victory, led by Alex Sn

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North Dakota High School State Championships

GRAND FORKS, North Dakota, March 8. THE Century High School Patriots successfully defended their title at the North Dakota Boys High School Swimming and Diving Championships. The meet was held March 7-8 in Grand Forks at the Hyslop Sports Center on the campus of the University of North Dakota.

Century's 349 points put them just ahead of the Minot Magicians (323). Fargo North took thir

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New Jersey High School State Championships

SEWELL, New Jersey, March 8. SIX state records were erased during the New Jersey High School Meet of Champions March 1-2 at the Gloucester County Institute of Technology.

Zach Molloy, a senior at Toms River North, was responsible for setting two of the marks. His 44.59 in the 100 free took down Jason Rosenbaum's 1991 time of 45.76, and his 1:37.61 bettered Bobby Savulich's 2005 m

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Missouri High School State Championships

By Eric Finger

ST. PETERS, Missouri, March 4. GLENDALE won the 2014 MSHSAA Girls State Swimming Championship on Saturday, Feb. 22 at St. Peters Rec Plex, scoring 210 points, just eight points ahead of Marquette. Park Hill South came in third with 183 points.

Park Hill South started off the night by pulling out the win in the 200 medley relay in 1:48.51; the relay was made up o

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Jacob Molacek Glide Redacted

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colorado, March 4. THERE have been a lot of questions generated regarding Jacob Molacek's national high school record of 52.92, with some believing that there might be some underwater dolphin kicking going on. Check out our race footage article to see the comments yourself.

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Jacob Molacek

OMAHA, Nebraska, March 4. JUST a day after his national high school record swim went viral on Swimming World's Facebook page, drawing world-record level views, we're back to take a deeper look at Creighton Prep's Jacob Molacek. We spoke with his coach Tom Beck of Greater Omaha Aquatics and Creigh

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Fork Union Military Academy

MANASSAS, Virginia, March 4. THE recent Virginia Independent Schools Athletic Association's swimming and diving championships will be most remembered for the one-point victory by Fork Union Military Academy to win the boys' championship title. Now, you can watch every race from this exciting meet to relive the drama, or experience it for the first time.

Produced by Rising Up Spor

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Nebraska High School

LINCOLN, Nebraska, March 3. ONE national high school record and five state marks were lowered during the Nebraska High School Swimming Championships February 27-March 1 at the University of Nebraska in Lincoln.

Boys
The national high school record was set by Creighton Prep's Jacob Molacek in the 100 breast prelims. The Auburn-bound senior's 52.92 was the first sub-53 sec

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Blake Pieroni

INDIANAPOLIS, Indiana, March 3. CHESTERTON High School dominated this year's version of the Indiana Boys State High School Swimming and Diving Championships. The Trojans combined for 240 points, giving them first place for the second straight year and fourth of the last seven. Avon took second with 198 points, followed by Penn's 187, Columbus North's 133 and Carmel's 124.

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Minnesota High School State Championships

MINNEAPOLIS, Minnesota, March 2. SAINT Thomas Academy earned their third straight Class A title, and Wayzata placed first in Class AA action after finishing in tenth last year, at the Minnesota State High School Swimming and Diving Championships. The meets were held February 28-March 1 at the University of Minnesota in Minneapolis.

Class A
The Cadets dominated the Class A portion o

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Jacob Molacek

LINCOLN, Nebraska, March 2. JACOB Molacek, a senior at Creighton Prep, became the first sub-53 second 100-yard breaststroker in high school history during prelims of the Nebraska State High School Championships this weekend, and his father Shane was on hand to capture race footage of the swim!

Molacek dropped a jaw-dropping time of 52.92 in prelims, split 24.45, 28.47, to crush the previo

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Kentucky High School

LOUISVILLE, Kentucly, March 1. THE St. Xavier Tigers earned their 26th straight boys title, and the Sacred Heart Valkyries repeated as girls champions (nabbing four of the last five contests), at the Kentucky State High School Swimming and Diving Championships February 28-March 1 at the University of Louisville.

Girls
The girls side of the record book took quite a beating, as eight

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Justin Plaschka

By Erin Quinn

WEBSTER, New York, March 1. IF prelims for the 2014 New York State High School Championships were any indication of what would follow--all but 3 records left unbroken--than finals were an encore of the swim firework show in Webster.

To get the water churning was yet another record-breaking 200 Medley Relay swim by Ithaca who lowered its record-setting prelim time of

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Wyoming High School

GILLETTE, Wyoming, March 1. KELLY Walsh scored 265 points at the Wyoming 4A High School Swimming and Diving Championships Feb. 28-March 1. That gave the Trojans their first 4A title since 2002. Cheyenne Central gained second by one point over Campbell County for second, 205 to 204. Laramie finished fourth with 179 points, and Cheyenne East took fifth with 141.

Kelly Walsh's 200 free r

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Kansas High School

By Eric Finger

TOPEKA, Kansas, March 1. BLUE Valley-North won the Kansas 6A Boys State Swimming and Diving Championships last Saturday night at the Hummer Sports Complex, taking down defending state champions Wichita-East with 312.5 points. Shawnee Mission-East took second with 301 points, while Wichita-East came in third with 282 points.

Topeka-Washburn Rural's 200 medley r

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Blake Pieroni

INDIANAPOLIS, Indiana, March 1. AT the Indiana State High School Boys Championships, the Chesterton High School boys squad lowered the national public school record in the 200-yard medley relay.

The foursome of Aaron Whitaker (21.90), Jack Wallar (25.12), Blake Pieroni (21.61) and Gary Kostbade (21.01) turned in a 1:29.64 to not only win the race by more than three seconds, but also to un

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New York High School

By Erin Quinn

WEBSTER, New York, February 28. THE frigid temperatures and snow squalls in Upstate New York did not stop some blistering times and record-breaking swims at the 2014 New York State Boys' Swimming and Diving Championships held at the Webster Aquatic Center (February 28th and March 1st.)

The 200 Medley Relays set the tone for the meet with Ithaca throwing down a

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2013juniorsJacob Molacek places third in the prelims of the 100 breaststroke.

LINCOLN, Nebraska, February 28. JACOB Molacek, a senior at Creighton Prep, just became the first sub-53 second 100-yard breaststroker in high school history during prelims of the Nebraska State High School Championships.

Molacek dropped a jaw-dropping time of 52.92 in prelims, split 24.45, 28.47, to crush the previous record. Andrew Seliskar had set the record with a 53.24 while swimming

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Wyoming High School

GILLETTE, Wyoming, February 28. LANDER Valley High School collected its 18th straight boys title at the Wyoming 3A High School Swimming and Diving Championships February 27-28 in Gillette. Lander Valley swimmers scored 274.5 points to runner-up Powell's 195.5. Worland claimed third with 176.5 points, followed by Rawlins (154) and Kemmerer (147.5).

Lander Valley's sole individual

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Virginia High School

RICHMOND, Virginia, February 27. THE Rams of Robinson High finished the boys portion of the Virginia 6A High School Swimming and Diving Championships just seven points ahead of the Oakton Cougars, 264 to 257. The Lady Cougars had little difficulty in securing their team title, scoring 265 points to runner-up Langley's 185. The meet took place February 20-21 in Richmond at the Collegiate

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Virginia High School

CHRISTIANSBURG, Virginia, February 27. THE Albemarle girls dominated the competition at the Virginia 5A High School Swimming and Diving Championship February 20-21 in Christiansburg. Princess Anne claimed the team title, also in convincing fashion, in the boys portion of the meet.

Boys
Princess Anne scored 317 points, with Thomas Jefferson finishing second (263), Hickory third (158

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Virginia High School

CHRISTIANSBURG, Virginia, February 27. THE Jamestown Eagles (girls) and the Grafton Clippers (boys) claimed team titles at the Virginia 4A High School Swimming and Diving Championships. The meet took place February 21-22 at the Christiansburg Aquatic Center.

Girls
The Eagles soared to a first-place point total of 354. Second through fourth places was decided by just five points. Gr

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Virginia High School

CHRISTIANSBURG, Virginia, February 27. MAGGIE Walker (girls) and Western Albemarle (boys) nabbed the Division 2 titles, while George Mason (girls) and Hidden Valley (boys) emerged as champions of Division 3 at the Virginia 2A and 3A Swimming and Diving Championships February 20-21 in Christiansburg.

Division 2
Maggie Walker Governor's School claimed the girls title with 416 po

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West Virginia High School

MORGANTOWN, West Virginia, February 25. THE record book took quite a beating on the girls side at the West Virginia High School Swimming Championships February 20-21 at the University of West Virginia. Six state records--all in individual events--went by the wayside. Although no records were broken by the boys, there were plenty of exciting races.

At the end of the competition, the Patrio

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Oregon High School

GRESHAM, Oregon, February 25. THE Century High School girls and Sunset High School boys earned hard-fought victories this weekend at the Oregon 6A Swimming and Diving Championships, held at the Mt. Hood Community College Aquatic Center. In the girls' meet, Century topped the field with 168 points, not far ahead of West Linn (143 points) and Lakeridge (120 points). The race for the boys&#

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Oklahoma High School

EDMOND, Oklahoma, February 25. THE Norman North TimberWolves swept the competition at the Oklahoma High School 6A Swimming Championships February 21-22 in Edmond.

Norman North's girls stopped Edmond North's three-time winning streak with their 365 points to the Huskies' 320. Jenks claimed third with 250 points, with Bartlesville placing fourth (196) and Edmond Memorial fift

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Maryland High School State Championships

By Lauren Rigg

COLLEGE PARK, Maryland, February 25. POOLESVILLE High School had a strong showing in the MPSSAA 3A/2A/1A swimming and diving state championship last Saturday at the University of Maryland's Eppley Recreation Center. The girls' team finished second behind C Milton Wright High School, who won with 327.5 points, while the men's team took home the title wit

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Maryland High School State Championships

By Lauren Rigg

COLLEGE PARK, Maryland, February 25. AFTER winning two out of the three relay events at Saturday's MPSSAA high school swimming and diving championships, the Richard Montgomery boys were happy to come out on top and turn the previous year's third place finish into first.

It's sweeter to come from behind, because we knew we had to work for it and we w

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Maryland High School State Championships

By Lauren Rigg

COLLEGE PARK, Maryland, February 25. WOOTTON High School came in just two points ahead of second-place Winston Churchill High School at Saturday's MPSSAA high school swimming state championship meet at the University of Maryland's Eppley Recreation Center. Both teams had top-scoring races throughout the meet, but in the end, it was the final 400 freestyle re

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Oklahoma High School

EDMONDS, Oklahoma, February 25. IT took 40 years for the Stillwater Pioneers to return to the top of the podium stand, and the first-ever at an Oklahoma High School 5A Swimming and Diving Championships. They didn't have an easy time of it, relying on their depth to secure the title by just five points over the Altus Bulldogs, 263 to 258, during the meet held February 21-22 in Edmonds.

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Wisconsin High School

MADISON, Wisconsin, February 25. FOR the fourth straight year, the Madison Memorial Spartans finished as the top team at the Wisconsin Division 1 Boys High School Swimming and Diving Championships. The meet took place February 21-22 at the University of Wisconsin in Madison. Madison Memorial combined for 319 points, ahead of Madison West (206.5), Arrowhead (194.5), Muskego (166) and Greenfiel

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Patrick Park

PHILADELPHIA, Pennsylvania, February 24. PATRICK Park, a senior at Peddie School, knows how to motivate and inspire his teammates, based on his actions in and out of the pool last week at the Eastern Interscholastic Swimming and Diving Championships.

In this interview at the conclusion of the meet at LaSalle University, Park talks about his brothers at Peddie that he swam with in their fig

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Ohio High School

CANTON, Ohio, February 23. THE Bombers of St. Xavier collected their sixth straight boys title and 35th overall, and the Ursuline Lions repeated as girls champions (seventh championship overall) at the Ohio Division 1 Swimming and Diving Championships February 21-22 at the C.T. Branin Natatorium in Canton. Five state records were set during the meet.

Girls
The Lions' 400 free

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New Mexico High School State Championships

ALBUQUERQUE, New Mexico, February 23. SEVEN state records--three girls and four boys--were lowered during the New Mexico State High School Swimming and Diving Championships. The meet was held February 21-22 in Albuquerque. Eldorado claimed its second straight girls title, and Cibola's boys squad earned its first-ever championship banner.

Girls
The Eldorado Eagles swept the rel

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2013juniorsJonathan Roberts wins the 1500 freestyle.

AUSTIN, Texas, February 23. BY a single point, Carroll High School was denied a sweep of the team titles at the Texas High School Division 5A Swimming and Diving Championships. The Dragons easily captured the boys team title with 192 points; the Westlake Roadrunners outpointed Carroll 160-159 to snatch the girls banner away from the Dragons.

Girls
A total of 14 points separated the

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Easterns 2014

PHILADELPHIA, Pennsylvania, February 23. IF you missed the live webcast of the 114th annual Eastern Interscholastic Swimming and Diving Championships on the campus of LaSalle University, you can watch the races on-demand free now on SwimmingWorld.TV!

Some of the top swims of the meet included a meet record by Phillips Academy's Tim Wynter, who broke a 17-year-old standard in th

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Easterns 2014 team scores

PHILADELPHIA, Pennsylvania, February 22. IN what will likely be one of the closest finishes in the 114 years of the Eastern Interscholastic Swimming and Diving Championships, Loyola Blakefield defeated defending champion Peddie School for the boys' team title by 7.5 points. Germantown, on the other hand, was dominant and repeated as girls' champion.

Peddie went into Saturday'

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Texas High School

AUSTIN, Texas, February 22. THE Alamo Heights girls squad claimed their first team title since 1973, and the Wakeland boys team earned its first-ever championship at the Texas 4A High School Swimming and Diving Championships. The meet took place February 21-22 at the Lee and Joe Jamail Texas Swim Center at the University of Texas, Austin.

Girls
The Alamo Heights Mules claimed first

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Emma Seiberlich

PHILADELPHIA, Pennsylvania, February 22. BEFORE tonight's finals session at the Eastern Interscholastic Swimming and Diving Championships, Emma Seiberlich of The Episcopal Academy talked to SwimmingWorld.TV about her goals for the 100 backstroke final.

Seiberlich, who won the event at Easterns last year as an eighth-grader, talks about the specific time goal she had in mind going into

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Wisconsin High School

MADISON, Wisconsin, February 22. EDGEWOOD High School, thanks in great part to its sweep of the relay events, earned its first-ever championship banner at the Wisconsin Boys Division 2 High School Swimming and Diving Championships February 20-21 at the University of Wisconsin in Madison.

The Crusaders, who finished second last year, combined for 294 points, ahead of McFarland's 242. M

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Joshua Daniel

PHILADELPHIA, Pennsylvania, February 22. AFTER placing second in the 50-yard freestyle last year, Peddie's Joshua Daniel vowed to be the swimmer with the 1 next to his name at the 2014 Eastern Interscholastic Swimming and Diving Championships. After a year of hard training and mental preparation, that goal was realized on Friday evening when he posted a 21.12 for the win.

In this inte

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Ohio High School

CANTON, Ohio, February 21. CONTINUING their remarkable streak, the Gates Mills Hawken Hawks gained their 16th straight Division 2 title--plus 18 out of 19--at the Ohio High School Division 2 Swimming and Diving Championships Feb. 20-21 at the C.T. Branin Natatorium in Canton. The Lumberjacks of Dayton Oakwood were successful in defending its boys championship.

Girls
The Hawks secur

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Greg Wriede

PHILADELPHIA, Pennsylvania, February 21. GERMANTOWN Academy is on pace to repeat as girls' team champion at the Eastern Interscholastic Swimming and Diving Championships after the first of two days of competition, leading by 102 points over Peddie School. The Peddie boys are also looking to defend their 2013 title, and are being chased by Loyola Blakefield.

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2013juniorsAndrew Seliskar on the awards podium.

RICHMOND, Virginia, February 21. AT the Virginia High School 5A State Championships this morning, Andrew Seliskar took down the national high school record in the 100-yard breaststroke with a sizzling preliminary effort.

Seliskar dropped a time of 53.24 in prelims, splitting the race 24.90, 28.34, en route to the top seed for Jefferson High.

That performance eclipsed the national record

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2013juniorsCarsten Vissering wins the 100 Breaststroke.

PHILADELPHIA, Pennsylvania, February 20. LAST year's edition of the Eastern Interscholastic Swimming and Diving Championships featured a national high school record in the women's 400-yard freestyle relay. This year's meet will showcase some of the best athletes from private schools along the Eastern seaboard racing for team and individual glory.

SwimmingWorld.TV is proud to

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Dan Flack

CHATTANOOGA, Tennessee, February 20. AFTER an amazing TISCA Tennessee High School State Championship meet during which The Baylor School boys took down the 200-yard medley relay national high school record, head coach Dan Flack took time out to speak with Swimming World.

In this epic interview (made epic by just how open Flack proved to be in his responses), Flack not only gets into the ps

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Utah High School

PROVO, Utah, February 19. THE Viewmont High School girls and Brighton High School boys took home the Utah 5A swimming and diving state titles last Saturday at Richards Building Pool on the campus of Brigham Young University. On the girls' side, Viewmont held off Lone Peak for the team title, 305 points to 293. Brighton came in third at 239.5. The Brighton boys came out on top in their me

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Chris Plumb

CARMEL, Indiana, February 19. THIS past weekend, Carmel High School won its 28th straight state title in Indiana, and already asserted itself as a heavy favorite for Swimming World's High School National Championship this summer. Carmel's head coach Chris Plumb took some time out today to talk about the amazing meet this past weekend, which featured all three public school relay r

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Michigan High School State Championships

By Lauren Rigg

MARQUETTE, Michigan, February 17. VICTORY was in the air for Marquette High School on Saturday when the boys' and girls' teams triumphed in the MHSAA swimming and diving state championship with 331 and 335 points, respectively. The meet, held at Marquette County's YMCA, drew attention to the dominance of Marquette after they won all relays, boys and gir

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Montana High School State Championships

By Eric Finger

BUTTE, Montana, February 15. MISSOULA Hellgate won the MHSA Girls' State Championship swimming and diving meet Saturday at the Butte YMCA, one year after finishing second to Helena High School. Missoula came out on top with 306 points after winning all three relays and four individual events. They finished ahead of Bozeman High School (217 points) and CM Russell

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Tennessee High School

By Eric Finger

NASHVILLE, Tennessee, February 17. THE Baylor School boys' swimming and diving team won the TISCA Tennessee High School Swimming and Diving Championships Saturday evening after finishing second to Montgomery Bell the year before, scoring 341 points and winning all three relays and six of the eight individual swimming events. Memphis University School came in seco

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New Hampshire High School

DURHAM, New Hampshire, February 17. THE New Hampshire State High School Championships took place in Durham during the weekend with four new divisional team title winners being named, as well as a handful of state records.

DIVISION I
While the Bedford High girls dominated their division with 246 points against Bishop Guertin's 180.5 for second, the Exeter boys had a much closer

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Tennessee High School

By Eric Finger

NASHVILLE, Tennessee, February 17. HARPETH Hall High School won the TISCA Tennessee High School Swimming and Diving Championships on Saturday night at Centennial Sportsplex after finishing second to Baylor last year. Harpeth pulled off the win without winning a single event in the meet, scoring 214.5 points to finish ahead of Baylor School (179) and Brentwood High Sc

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Hawaii High School

HONOLULU, Hawaii, February 17. PUNAHOU High School senior Jasmine Mau blistered the 100-yard fly at the Hawaiian High School State Championships with a national independent school record this weekend, which along with a seriously strong effort throughout the meet, helped Punahou to victory in the women's team race. Punahou High's boys team also scored a team title in an epic sweep.

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Indiana High School State Championships

By Lauren Rigg

INDIANAPOLIS, Indiana, February 16. COACH Chris Plumb led the Carmel girls to their 28th victory yesterday at the IU Natatorium at the IHSAA girls' swimming and diving state meet. Carmel won by a staggering 190 points and dominated all three of the relay events, setting national public school records in all three. Crown Point took second in the team race with 209

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Sam McHugh Dan Flack

NASHVILLE, Tennessee, February 16. THIS weekend, Dan Flack's Baylor School boys put a hurting on the state record books at the TISCA Tennessee High School State Championships, including a national record in the 200-yard medley relay.

Coach Flack set us up with some amazing videos of the top races.

The foursome of Luke Kaliszak (21.81), Dustin Tynes (24.83), Sam McHugh (21.02) and

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Hawaii High School

HONOLULU, Hawaii, February 16. PUNAHOU High School senior Jamsine Mau blistered the 100-yard fly at the Hawaiian High School State Championships with a national independent school record this weekend.

Mau posted a swift time of 52.23, that downed her 2013 state mark of 52.78. It also lowered the independent school record of 52.44 set by Kathleen Hersey back in 2008, but fell short of the

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Chris Plumb

INDIANAPOLIS, Indiana, February 16. LAST night, Carmel High School raced its way to a 28th straight state title in Indiana, including a clean sweep of the national public school relay records. Ever since, the swimming world has been wanting to see the swims!

Well, Swimming World has now acquired the 200-yard medley relay time of 1:40.83 set by the foursome of Hanna House, Alex Cla

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Colorado High School State Championships

By Lauren Rigg

FORT COLLINS, Colorado, February 16. EVERGREEN High School won its first-ever CHSAA 4A girls' state swimming and diving championship at the Edora Pool Ice Center last night, showcasing incredible depth to run away with the team title with 332 points, followed by Thompson Valley (244) and Cheyenne Mountain (233).

The meet got off to an exhilarating start when E

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Colorado High School State Championships

By Lauren Rigg

THORNTON, Colorado, February 15. AFTER out-touching Fairview High School in all three relays, Regis Jesuit High School swam to the top of the podium in this weekend's CHSAA 5A girls' swimming and diving state championships at Veteran's Memorial Aquatic Center. The battle for the team title came down to the final relay, with Regis prevailing by four tent

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Carmel 2014 200 Medley Relay

INDIANAPOLIS, Indiana, February 15. AT the Indiana State High School Championships being held at the IU Natatorium at IUPUI, the Carmel High School girls squad just broke the national high school record in the 200-yard medley relay, then followed it up with a public school mark in the 200-yard free relay. Carmel then locked down its 28th straight state title with a public school record in th

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Baylor Luke Kaliszak Dustin Tynes Sam McHugh Christian Selby

NASHVILLE, Tennessee, February 14. AT the TISCA Tennessee High School State Championships, The Baylor School took down one of the hallowed Bolles School national relay records.

The foursome of Luke Kaliszak (21.81), Dustin Tynes (24.83), Sam McHugh (21.02) and Christian Selby (20.08) raced to a stunning time of 1:27.74 to win the 200-yard medley relay this evening.

That beat the Bolles

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VISAA Stream



MANASSAS, Virginia, February 14. WATCH all races live at VISAA.tv! After a heavy mix of snow and ice along the Eastern seaboard the meet is underway for Virginia Independent Schools Athletic Association's swimming and diving championships. Tonight's finals (Friday 2/14/2014) will conclude around 8:00 PM EST

Finals for all swimm

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Freedom Center

MANASSAS, Virginia, February 13. A heavy mix of snow and ice along the Eastern seaboard has caused the organizers of the Virginia Independent Schools Athletic Association's swimming and diving championships to adjust the schedule of this weekend's meet.

Instead of breaking the meet in half and swimming prelims and finals of the first 12 events on Friday followed by the prelims an

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Freedom Center

MANASSAS, Virginia, February 12. THE top swimmers attending private high schools in Virginia are converging on Manassas this weekend for the Virginia Independent Schools Athletic Association's swimming and diving championships, and SwimmingWorld.TV will be a part of the live stream of the two-day event!

Morning Swim Show host Jeff Commings will the action from the Freedom Aquat

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North Carolina High School State Championships

CARY, North Carolina, February 9. THIRTEEN turned out to be a lucky number for the Charlotte Catholic girls squad. At the North Carolina 4A High School Swimming and Diving Championships Feb. 7 at the Triangle Aquatic Center, the Lady Cougars grabbed their 13th consecutive team title--but just their first in 4A competition. They had previously won the past eight Division 3A titles and, before

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North Carolina High School State Championships

CARY, North Carolina, February 9. MARVIN Ridge (girls) and Chapel Hill (boys) emerged as champions at the North Carolina 3A High School Swimming and Diving Championships Feb. 8 at the Triangle Aquatic Center.

Girls
Marvin Ridge easily won with 366.5 points, with Chapel Hill finishing second (291.5), Cardinal Gibbons third (244), Cox Mill fourth (130) and Northwood fifth (125).

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North Carolina High School State Championships

CARY, North Carolina, February 9. RALEIGH Charter claimed its fourth straight girls team title, while North Carolina School of Science and Math earned its second boys championship in a row, at the North Carolina 1A-2A High School State Swimming and Diving Championships Feb. 6. The meet was swum in short course yards at the Triangle Aquatic Center.

Girls
The Phoenix scored 293 point

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2013juniorsCarsten Vissering wins the 100 Breaststroke.

GERMANTOWN, Maryland, February 9. IN the finals of the D.C. Metro high school swimming championships, Carsten Vissering blazed through the 100 breaststroke with one of the fastest swims in high school history.

Vissering posted a 53.49 to break the national independent high school record that has

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2013worldsspeedo Katie Ledecky

GERMANTOWN, Maryland, February 9. KATIE Ledecky's national high school record in the 200 freestyle Saturday at the D.C. Metro high school championships had the crowd on its feet, posting a 1:42.38 in the final.

In the video player below, watch the footage of Ledecky's amazing swim. Spec

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Georgia High School State Championships

ATLANTA, Georgia, February 8. THE Lambert High School girls team claimed its second consecutive title at the Georgia 6A High School Swimming and Diving Championships February 7-8. The meet was swum in short course yards in Atlanta. On the boys side, the Litherland trio from Chattahoochee put on quite a show. However, the Cougars fell just short of a championship, coming in second to Walton, 2

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2013juniorsCarsten Vissering places first in the prelims of the 100 breaststroke.

GERMANTOWN, Maryland, February 8. KATIE Ledecky wasn't the only one to break a major record at the D.C. Metro high school swimming championships this weekend, as her Nation's Capital Swim Club teammate Carsten Vissering took down the independent high school record in the 100 breaststroke.

Vissering, a junior at Georgetown Prep, swam an incredible 53.49 to break Patrick Fowler

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2013worldsspeedo Katie Ledecky

GERMANTOWN, Maryland, February 8. A day after wowing the world with a stunning American record in the 500-yard freestyle, Katie Ledecky downed another national standard at the D.C. Metro high school championships. This time it was in the 200 freestyle.

Ledecky's time of 1:42.38 took down a tough Dagny Knutson overall national high school record, which had stood at 1:42.81 since 2008.

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Georgia High School State Championships

ATLANTA, Georgia, February 8. TWO schools claimed their first-ever titles in the 1A-5A format at the Georgia High School Swimming and Diving Championships. The meet was swum in short course yards at the Georgia Tech Aquatic Center February 6-8.

Woodward Academy's girls team nabbed first ahead of defending champion Westminster, 229-203. Rounding out the top five squads were Marist (190

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2013LCNationalsKatie Ledecky wins the 1500 freestyle.

GERMANTOWN, Maryland, February 7. KATIE Ledecky didn't want to wait until tomorrow's finals of the D.C. Metro high school swimming championships to get the crowd on its feet, swimming the fastest 500-yard freestyle in history in today's prelims.

In the fifth of five heats, Ledecky blazed through the race with a 4:28.71 to not only beat her year-old national high school recor

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Cameron Kerr Makayla Hill Prom

PHOENIX, Arizona, February 6. LAST night, a bit of the prom season hit the swimming community on Twitter with a pair of awesome posts.

First, Cameron Kerr of Houston Cougar Aquatics found some inspiration from Olympic gold medalist Matt Grevers' podium proposal to Annie Chandler by asking fellow swimmer Makayla Hill to prom. Check out the YouTube video of the proposal.



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Baylor Sam McHugh, Chandler Hinson, Will Raines, Christian Selby

CHATTANOOGA, Tennessee, February 2. IN a dual meet against McCallie, The Baylor School took down six McCallie School pool records.

Sam McHugh, a future Tennessee Volunteer in his final season at Baylor, took down the 100-yard freestyle mark with a 46.44, while McHugh raced his way to a 1:40.37 in the 200-yard free.

In the 50-yard free, Lucas Kaliszak became the first swimmer to bre

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2013juniorsCarsten Vissering places first in the prelims of the 100 breaststroke.

HYATTSVILLE, Maryland, January 30. THIS past weekend, plenty of fast swims went up on the scoreboard at the East Coast Catholic Classic in Maryland. The high school meet features top Catholic schools from Marlyand, D.C., Virginia and Pennsylvania.

Carsten Vissering, who trains with NCAP on the club circuit, had a strong meet for Georgetown Prep. He turned in a 24.71 breaststroke leg as p

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Eastside Catholic High School

SEATTLE, Washington, January 24. A Catholic high school's vice principal and swim coach was fired in December because he married a man legally under Washington state law, and a recent swim meet continued a strong outpouring of support for the man many call Mr. Z.

Mark Zmuda, 39, was fired on December 20 when administrators learned he had married his longtime partner, Dana Jergens, las

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