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Maggie Miller

BUCKHANNON, West Virginia, July 23. HEAD Coach Vic Riggs of West Virginia picked up his first major commitment for the Class of 2015 as the top recruit in the state, Maggie Miller, has elected to stay home.

Miller, who trains with the Harrison Area YMCA Swim Team (HAYST) and preps at Buckhannon Upshur High, is ranked the top swimmer in the state by CollegeSwimming.com. Miller will add som

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August 1987 Swimming World

PHOENIX, Arizona, July 18. AS part of our 11-day series highlighting the National Interscholastic Swim Coaches Association's release of the 2013-14 All-America lists, Swimming World will also be looking at the history of each event that is part of the high school schedule. Today, we're end the series with a look at the 400-yard free relay. The 1991 Bolles boys and the 1987

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Nick Silverthorn

PHOENIX, Arizona, July 18. OUR National Interscholastic Swim Coaches Association All-America Showcase comes to an end today with the 400-yard freestyle relay. This year, Granada in California and Carmel in Indiana stood atop the All-American lists in the spotlight event.

The Granada foursome of Nick Silverthorn (44.96), Bryce McLaggan (45.43), Trent Trump (44.48) and Maxime Rooney (44.13

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July 2005 Jessica Hardy Cover

PHOENIX, Arizona, July 17. AS part of our 11-day series highlighting the National Interscholastic Swim Coaches Association's release of the 2013-14 All-America lists, Swimming World will also be looking at the history of each event that is part of the high school schedule. Today, we're looking at the 100-yard breast. Seattle Prep's Patrick Fowler and Woodrow Wilson

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Jacob Molacek

PHOENIX, Arizona, July 17. THE first sub-53 swimmer ever, and one of the top swimmers out of Indiana, paced the 100-yard breaststroke on the National Interscholastic Swim Coaches Association All-American lists this season. Creighton Prep's Jacob Molacek broke a major barrier in the 100-yard breast for the boys, while Penn High's Bethany Galat charged her way to the top of the heap i

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Natalie Coughlin

PHOENIX, Arizona, July 16. AS part of our 11-day series highlighting the National Interscholastic Swim Coaches Association's release of the 2013-14 All-America lists, Swimming World will also be looking at the history of each event that is part of the high school schedule. Today, we're looking at the 100-yard back. Woodbridge's Derya Buyukuncu and Carondelet's Nat

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Ally Howe

PHOENIX, Arizona, July 16. THE National Interscholastic Swim Coaches Association All-American lists in the 100-yard back featured to strong swimmers at the top of the mountain. Hatboro Horsham's Michael Thomas led the boys, while Ally Howe of Sacred Heart paced the girls.

Thomas turned in a 15-16 National Age Group record in the 100-yard back at the Pennsylvania High School Champions

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Kara Lynn Joyce

PHOENIX, Arizona, July 15. AS part of our 11-day series highlighting the National Interscholastic Swim Coaches Association's release of the 2013-14 All-America lists, Swimming World will also be looking at the history of each event that is part of the high school schedule. Today, we're looking at the 200-yard free relay. First added to the NISCA All-American lists in 1991,

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Relay start

PHOENIX, Arizona, July 15. SOME of the fastest high school sprinters in the nation joined up for the top 200-yard free relays on the National Interscholastic Swim Coaches Association All-American lists. In Nebraska, Jacob Molacek paced the Creighton Prep boys, while Amy Bilquist sparked the Carmel girls in Indiana.

Creighton Prep is on top of the 200-yard free relay rankings this year wi

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Tiffany Cohen, Jeff Kostoff

PHOENIX, Arizona, July 14. AS part of our 11-day series highlighting the National Interscholastic Swim Coaches Association's release of the 2013-14 All-America lists, Swimming World will also be looking at the history of each event that is part of the high school schedule. Today, we're looking at the 500-yard free. Upland's Jeff Kostoff and El Dorado's Janet Evans

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Katie Ledecky Mesa 2014

PHOENIX, Arizona, July 14. IT may be a very long time before anyone touches Katie Ledecky's world and American records. This year, she finished atop the National Interscholastic Swim Coaches Association All-American list in the 500-yard free with an American record, more than 11 seconds faster than the second-place finisher. Meanwhile, Baylor's Sam McHugh clocked the third-fastes

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Andy Coan

PHOENIX, Arizona, July 13. AS part of our 11-day series highlighting the National Interscholastic Swim Coaches Association's release of the 2013-14 All-America lists, Swimming World will also be looking at the history of each event that is part of the high school schedule. Today, we're looking at the 100-yard free. Pine Crest's Andy Coan and Lakewood's Nicole Hais

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Abbey Weitzeil

PHOENIX, Arizona, July 13. THE new sprint queen of high school swimming Abbey Weitzeil twice shot down the national high school record to lead the 100-yard free in the National Interscholastic Swim Coaches Association All-American lists. Additionally, Chesterton's Blake Pieroni topped the guys side of the equation.

Weitzeil took down the 100-yard freestyle high school record twice

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Misty Hyman

PHOENIX, Arizona, July 12. AS part of our 11-day series highlighting the National Interscholastic Swim Coaches Association's release of the 2013-14 All-America lists, Swimming World will also be looking at the history of each event that is part of the high school schedule. Today, we're looking at the 100-yard fly. Tustin's Michael Cavic and Shadow Mountain's Misty

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Sam Senczyszyn

MEQUON, Wisconsin, July 12. THE top ranked recruit out of the state of Wisconsin, Sam Senczyszyn, has decided to spend her college years somewhere a bit warmer as she committed to the University of Arizona today.

Senczyszyn, who trains at Ozaukee Aquatics and preps at Grafton High, made her commitment known today via Twitter.

Sonia Wang

UPLAND, California, July 12. SONIA Wang, the third-ranked recruit in the nation by CollegeSwimming.com, has elected to compete at Harvard University after her senior season in high school.

Wang, who trains with the Redlands Swim Team and preps at Upland High School in California, is also the top-ranked recruit out of the State of California.

Wang is a powerhouse with versatility across

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Katie McLaughlin

PHOENIX, Arizona, July 12. IT took a pair of amazing national records to lead the 100-yard fly in the National Interscholastic Swim Coaches Association All-American lists. Bolles' Joseph Schooling and St. Margarita's Katie McLaughlin both took down a national high school record for the top times this year.

Schooling had an amazing swim at the Florida State 1A high School State

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Jill Sterkel

PHOENIX, Arizona, July 11. AS part of our 11-day series highlighting the National Interscholastic Swim Coaches Association's release of the 2013-14 All-America lists, Swimming World will also be looking at the history of each event that is part of the high school schedule. Today, we're looking at the 50-yard free. Both of today's swimmers had some ahead-of-their-time p

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Abbey Weitzeil

PHOENIX, Arizona, July 11. THE 2013-14 high school season witnessed the crowning of a new Sprint King and Queen as Clay's Caeleb Dressel and Saugus' Abbey Weitzeil each broke their respective national high school records in the 50-yard free. Those times are reflected in a blistering fast set of National Interscholastic Swim Coaches Association All-American lists.

Dressel becam

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September 1987 Janet Evans

PHOENIX, Arizona, July 10. AS part of our 11-day series highlighting the National Interscholastic Swim Coaches Association's release of the 2013-14 All-America lists, Swimming World will also be looking at the history of each event that is part of the high school schedule. Today, we're looking at the 200-yard IM. Our featured swimmers both broke barriers in high school swim

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Curtis Ogren

PHOENIX, Arizona, July 10. THE 200 IM featured a pair of national independent high school record holders this year standing atop the National Interscholastic Swim Coaches Association All-American lists. St. Francis Prep's Curtis Ogren lowered his record, while Crean Lutheran's Ella Eastin came up short of her 2013 mark.

Ogren took down his national independent school record in

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Sippy Woodhead

PHOENIX, Arizona, July 9. AS part of our 11-day series highlighting the National Interscholastic Swim Coaches Association's release of the 2013-14 All-America lists, Swimming World will also be looking at the history of each event that is part of the high school schedule. Today, we take a look back at two swimmers who were so far ahead of their time that they would still be compe

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Caeleb Dressel

PHOENIX, Arizona, July 9. TWO of the top high school swimmers in the country stood atop the mountain in the 200-yard freestyle this year on the National Interscholastic Swim Coaches Association All-American lists. Stone Ridge's Katie Ledecky, the premiere distance swimmer in the world, and Clay's Caeleb Dressel put in the best 200-yard freestyles in high school competition this pa

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Underwater Streamline

PHOENIX, Arizona, July 8. YESTERDAY, Swimming World released the 2013-14 National Interscholastic Swim Coaches Association All-American lists. Now, NISCA is already looking ahead with the release of the 2014-15 All-American time standards.

BOYS
Yards (Automatic, Consideration)
200 medley relay: 1:34.34, 1:35.97
200 free: 1:39.30, 1:40.99
200 IM: 1:50.73, 1:52.91

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Irvine Article Post

PHOENIX, Arizona, July 8. AS part of our 11-day series highlighting the National Interscholastic Swim Coaches Association's release of the 2013-14 All-America lists, Swimming World will also be looking at the history of each event that is part of the high school schedule. Today marks a look back at the 200-yard medley relays.

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Baylor Luke Kaliszak Dustin Tynes Sam McHugh Christian Selby

PHOENIX, Arizona, July 8. THIS year, a pair of strong performances stood atop the National Interscholastic Swim Coaches Association All-American lists in the 200-yard medley relay.

The Baylor boys took down the overall national high school record with a sizzling time of 1:27.74, while Carmel's girls lowered the national public school mark and nearly eclipsed the overall record with a

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Ally Howe

PHOENIX, Arizona, July 7. WITH the release of the full National Interscholastic Swim Coaches Association All-American lists, it is obvious that some amazing swimming is going on in California. Overall, NISCA awarded 868 All-American certificates to competitors from that state. That's nearly more than the next three states combined.

Plenty of Californians finished the year atop their

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

WASHINGTON, D.C., June 25. CARSTEN Vissering, one of the top junior breaststrokers in the United States, made a verbal commitment to attend the University of Southern California in the fall of 2015.

Vissering is following the lead of fellow Nation's Capital Swim Club teammate Katie Ledecky, who

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Michigan swimming

ANN ARBOR, Michigan, June 21. THE aquatics community is mourning the passing of former Michigan swimmer and high school coach Matthew Mann III, who died peacefully on June 11 in his hometown of Ann Arbor, Mich., with family at his side.

Mann is the son of the legendary Matt Mann II, who guided the University of Michigan to six men's NCAA swimming and diving team titles. The younger Ma

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Jeff Thompson

FORT WASHINGTON, Pennsylvania, June 19. AFTER a tumultuous period during which Germantown Academy's legendary head coach Dick Shoulberg was put on a leave of absence before announcing his retirement, the school has made a final decision on his successor.

According to

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Tommie Dillione

UNIVERSITY PARK, Pennsylvania, June 18. THE Penn State women's swimming and diving program and head coach Tim Murphy have inked six new swimmers and divers for the 2014-15 campaign. The class is full of local talent with five Pennsylvania products and one student-athlete from Virginia.

The new class includes Pennsylvanians Alyssa Bixler (York, Pa.), Tommie Dillion (Newtown,Pa.) McKayl

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Grand Valley

HOLLAND, Michigan, June 18. THE Holland High School Dutch picked one of its alumni to lead the boys' and girls' swim programs, as Sam Soukup was announced Tuesday as the new head coach.

Soukup, who graduated from Holland in 2008, replaces the legendary Don Kimble. Kimble was responsible for numerous state titles, and guided the girls to a national public high school record in the

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Lee, Beisel, Naurath, Whitaker

Feature by Michael J. Stott

In December 2010, Swimming World polled four of the nation's most prized high school swimmers regarding the college recruiting process. At the time, each stressed that their eventual selection came down to what felt like the proper fit. Upon graduation in May, we asked them if the chosen school matched their expectations.

The four were Eliz

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Stefanie Kerska

ANN ARBOR, Michigan, June 12. IT took a bit of convincing from the legendary Denny Hill, but Ann Arbor Pioneer alum Stefanie Kerska has been hired as the head coach of the Ann Arbor Pioneer boys swim team.

Hill, who announced his retirement in March after more than 40 years coaching at Pioneer had one person in mind when he thought about who could take over the reins of one of the more no

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Lee, Beisel, Naurath, Whitaker

Feature by Michael J. Stott

In December 2010, Swimming World polled four of the nation's most prized high school swimmers regarding the college recruiting process. At the time, each stressed that their eventual selection came down to what felt like the proper fit. Upon graduation in May, we asked them if the chosen school matched their expectations.

The four were Eliz

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Abbey Weitzeil

SANTA CLARITA, California, May 29. TWO weeks ago, Canyons' Abbey Weitzeil became the sprint queen of high school swimming by breaking both the 50-yard and 100-yard freestyle national high school records at the CIF Southern Section Championships while representing Saugas High.

During the meet, she posted a 21.98 to break the 50-yard freestyle record, while twice lowering the 100-yard

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California High School State Championships

EL CAJON, California, May 27. THE Mt. Carmel High School girls edged six-time defending champions Cathedral Catholic High School by a single point, 204-203, to win the CIF San Diego Section Division II Championships last weekend at Granite Hills High School. Meanwhile, the Mt. Carmel boys repeated their title from last year, scoring 209 points to top Canyon Crest Academy's 171 points.

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Ali Khalafalla

BLOOMINGTON, Indiana, May 26. INDIANA University head swimming coach Ray Looze announced today that Ali Khalafalla (Cairo, Egypt) and Grace Vertigans (Dubai, UAE) will join the program beginning in the fall of 2014.

Khalafalla is a native of Cairo, Egypt and comes to Indiana from Fork Union Military Academy in Virginia. A sprint freestyle and backstroke specialist, Khalafalla holds school

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California High School State Championships

EL CAJON, California, May 25. THE Torrey Pines High School girls won their fifth straight team title while the Carlsbad High School boys repeated on Saturday afternoon at the CIF San Diego Section Swimming and Diving Championships.

Westview opened the meet with a victory in the girls' 200 medley relay as An Nguyen, Mackenzie Logan, Sandra Yang and Valerie Hull came out on top in 1:48

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Kansas High School State Championships

TOPEKA, Kansas, May 25. SHAWNEE Mission-East won its fifth consecutive Kansas 6A Girls Swimming and Diving Championship Saturday night in Topeka, scoring 348.5 points to top Lawrence-Free State (322 points) for the title.

Girls 6A

Shawnee Mission-East got the meet started with a narrow victory in the 200 medley relay as Sarah Allegri, Annie Mann, Bonnie Longan and Madeline Peter

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Nevada High School State Championships

LAS VEGAS, Nevada, May 25. THE Bishop Gorman High School girls and Palo Verde High School boys swam away with the team titles last night at the 2014 Nevada Interscholastic Athletic Association Swimming and Diving State Championships. Bishop Gorman tallied 130 points to win the girls' meet ahead of Palo Verde (91) and Galena (64). On the boys' side, Palo Verde earned a narrow two-poi

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Curtis Ogren

SANTA CLARA, California, May 23. CURTIS Ogren had two reasons to celebrate at the finish of the 200-yard individual medley at the Central Coast section championships last Saturday.

Not only did the St. Francis Prep senior lower the independent national high school record of 1:45.01 that he set last year, but his winning time of 1:44.90 got him under that tough 1:45 barrier as he prepares t

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Ally Howe

SANTA CLARA, California, May 23. LAST Saturday, Ally Howe set the national independent high school record in the 100-yard backstroke at the Central Coast section championships with a 51.54.

Howe, representing Sacred Heart Prep, dominates the field in this race video, employing stellar underwater dolphin kicks off each wall. She came close to breaking Olivia Smoliga's overall national

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California High School State Championships

LODI, California, May 21. DAVIS High School brought home the combined team title and boys' title Saturday, May 17 at the Sac-Joaquin Section Swimming and Diving Championships at Tokay High School in Lodi, Calif. Davis scored 628.5 total points to top Granite Bay (604) and Rio Americano (301) in the combined team standings. The Granite Bay girls scored 327 points to top Davis (321.5) and

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California High School State Championships

RIVERSIDE, California, May 20. THE Santa Margarita High School girls and University High School boys took home the CIF Southern Section Swimming and Diving Championship titles for Division I last Saturday afternoon, highlighted by national high school records from Santa Margarita's Katie McLaughlin and Saugus' Abbey Weitzeil. Santa Margarita topped the girls' field with 280 poi

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Colorado High School

FORT COLLINS, Colorado, May 19. AIR Academy captured its third straight Colorado 4A Boys State Swimming and Diving title Saturday night at Edora Pool Ice Center in Fort Collins, compiling 280 points to outdistance Thompson Valley (244) and D'Evelyn (204) for the title.

D'Evelyn got the meet started with a win in the 200 medley relay as Kevin Olson, Daniel Graber, Jake Sbarbaro an

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Colorado High School

THORNTON, Colorado, May 19. THE Regis Jesuit boys swimming and diving team dominated the Colorado 5A State Swimming and Diving Championships on Saturday at the Veteran's Memorial Aquatic Center, running away with the team title with 410 points. Cherry Creek finished second with 190 points, followed by Fairview with 179. It marked the Raiders' 21st state title in 23 years and fourth

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California High School State Championships

CONCORD, California, May 19. THE San Ramon Valley High School girls swimming and diving team scored 342 points en route to the CIF North Coast Section Championship title Saturday night. Campolindo High School (197 points) just edged Carondelet High School (193 points) for second. In the boys' meet, Northgate High School pulled out a close victory over Granada High School, winning the mee

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Katie McLaughlin

RIVERSIDE, California, May 19. AT the CIF Southern Section Championships, St. Margarita's Katie McLaughlin blasted her way to the national high school record in the girls 100-yard fly.

McLaughlin chased down the record with a 51.78 (24.49, 27.29) as she had the pool nearly to herself. Hart's Tamara Santoyo put up a second-place effort of 53.75 with McLaughlin well ahead for the

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Abbey Weitzeil

RIVERSIDE, California, May 18. ABBEY Weitzeil set the 50-yard free record with a 21.98 earlier in the evening at the CIF Southern Sectional Championships after taking down the national high school record in the 100-yard free.

Her performance beat the 21.99 set by Glenbrook South's Olivia Smoliga in 2012. Maddy Schaefer's 22.24 for St. Francis High in 2010 will remain the indepen

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NOV 12, 2011; Minneapolis, MN, USA; Kyle Gornay (top), Andrew Hartbarger (middle) and Aaron Gustafson (bottom) swim the mens 100 meter backstroke during preliminaries in the Minneapolis Grand Prix at the University of Minnesota Aquatic Center. Mandatory Credit:  Greg Smith-US PRESSWIRE

RIVERSIDE, California, May 18. REDLANDS' Kyle Gornay had a pretty strong night for his squad, including a title in the 100-yard back at the CIF Southern Sectional Championships.

Swimming World correspondent Griffin Scott talked with California commit Gornay after the session.



Gornay won the 100-yard back in 47.15, and took second to Cole Cogswell in the 100-yard free with a 44

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Cole Cogswell

RIVERSIDE, California, May 18. HART's Cole Cogswell had the chance to swim against one of his personal idols in Kyle Gornay, and wound up beating him in the 100-yard free at the CIF Southern Sectional Championships.

Swimming World correspondent Griffin Scott chatted with Cogwell after the session.



Cogswell took down Gornay, 43.97 to 44.03, in the 100-yard free after taking seco

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2013juniorsKatie McLaughlin wins the 200 butterfly.

RIVERSIDE, California, May 18. ST. Margarita's Katie McLaughlin tracked down the national high school record in the girls 100-yard fly, and had an epic night to lead her squad to the team title at the CIF Southern Sectional Championships.

Swimming World correspondent Griffin Scott caught up with McLaughlin after the incredible evening.



McLaughlin had an amazing night in Riversi

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Abbey Weitzeil

RIVERSIDE, California, May 18. LAST night, Saugas' Abbey Weitzeil had the most impressive sprint outing from any high school female ever at the CIF Southern Section Championships...and Swimming World was there!

Swimming World correspondent Griffin Scott had the chance to talk to Weitzeil following her epic evening.



Weitzel blitzed the field with a 47.91 (22.95, 24.96), breaking

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Curtis Ogren

SANTA CLARA, California, May 18. CURTIS Ogren, who swims for Saint Francis High in California, lowered his own national independent high school record in the 200-yard IM at the CIF Central Coast Section Championships.

Ogren turned in a time of 1:44.90 to win finals of the event, beating his previous record of 1:45.01 also set here at Central Coast Sectionals. Ogren joined fellow Stanford

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California High School State Championships

SANTA CLARA, California, May 17. THE Monta Vista High School girls and Bellarmine College Preparatory boys teams ran away with the team titles Saturday night at the Central Coast Section Swimming and Diving Championships.

Sacred Heart Prep's foursome of Ally Howe, Selby Sturzenegger, Kayla Holman and Kathryn Bower started off the night in record-breaking fashion with a new CCS record

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Ally Howe

SANTA CLARA, California, May 17. A day after taking down the national independent school record in the girls 100-yard back, Sacred Heart Prep's Ally Howe cleared the record again during finals of the CIF Central Coast Section Championships.

Last night, Stanford commit Howe clocked a 51.84 in prelims to beat Missy Franklin's independent record of 52.30. Tonight, she went even fas

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Abbey Weitzeil

RIVERSIDE, California, May 17. AT the CIF Southern Section Championships this evening, Saugas' Abbey Weitzeil became the first female representing her high school to break 48 seconds in the 100-yard freestyle.

Weitzel blitzed the field with a 47.91 (22.95, 24.96), breaking the national high school record in the process. The time beat the overall and public school record of 48.15 set

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2013juniorsKatie McLaughlin wins the 200 butterfly.

RIVERSIDE, California, May 17. AT the CIF Southern Section Championships tonight, St. Margarita's Katie McLaughlin blasted her way to the national high school record in the girls 100-yard fly.

McLaughlin chased down the record with a 51.78 (24.49, 27.29) as she had the pool nearly to herself. Hart's Tamara Santoyo put up a second-place effort of 53.75 with McLaughlin well ahead

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Generic Pool

SACRAMENTO, California, May 17. AFTER first being kicked out of the CIF Sac-Joaquin Section Championships due to a club participation rule, Connor Hoppe capitalized on his second chance with a national public school record in the 100 breaststroke.

Tonight, at the sectional championships, the California freshman-to-be raced his way to a 53.06 in the 100-yard breaststroke. It comes less than

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Far Western Championships

CONCORD, California, May 17. THE national public high school record in the boys 400-yard free relay took a tumble tonight at the CIF North Coast Sectional Championships.

The foursome of Nick Silverthorn (44.96), Bryce McLaggan (45.43), Trent Trump (44.48) and Maxime Rooney (44.13) blazed their way to a 2:59.00 in the event. That swim trumped the national public school record of 2:59.36 s

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Ally Howe

SANTA CLARA, California, May 16. DURING the CIF Central Coast Section Championships prelims session today, Sacred Heart Prep's Ally Howe took down Missy Franklin's national independent high school record in the 100-yard back.

Howe clocked a 51.84 in prelims, beating Franklin's time of 52.30 set in 2011 for Regis Jesuit High School in Colorado. Howe, a Stanford commit, still

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Katie Ledecky to Stanford

BETHESDA, Maryland, May 15. THE top name in this upcoming recruiting season made her college choice early, with today's announcement that Katie Ledecky will be attending Stanford University in about 18 months.

According to an article in the Washington Post, Ledecky announced her college choice via press release, saying I am thrilled to announce that upon completion of my high school e

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Curtis Ogren

By Emily Sampl

BOULDER, Colorado, May 14. ANOTHER high school swimming season will come to a close in California this week as the California Interscholastic Federation (CIF) section meets begin. The Central Coast Section meet will take place May 16-17 at the Santa Clara Swim Center, while the North Coast Section meet will be held May 15-17 at the Concord Community Pool. Finals of th

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Martin Zubero at Episcopal School

JACKSONVILLE, Florida, May 14. OLYMPIC champion Martin Zubero is three days into his new tenure as head coach of the swimming program at the Episcopal School of Jacksonville and its club team the Amberjax. The former 200 backstroke world record holder is not wasting any time setting up a strong coaching staff, announcing today that he's hired Olympic medalist Greg Burgess as assistant co

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Clovis West High

CLOVIS, California, May 12. THE inaugural statewide California Interscholastic Federation swimming championships will be held in 2015 at Clovis West High according to the Fresno Bee. The CIF actually inked a three-year deal with the pinnacle meet being held at the facility.

The CIF deci

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California High School State Championships

SANTA CLARITA, California, May 12. THIS roster for this weekend's Sac-Joqauin sectional high school championships in California just increased by two this afternoon, as Connor and Cameron Hoppe won their appeal to compete at the season-ending meet.

According to an article last week in

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2013juniorsKatie McLaughlin wins the 200 butterfly.

PHOENIX, Arizona, May 10. SEVERAL of California's high school swimming and diving league championship meets wrapped up yesterday, including the Pacific Coast League, Sea View League and Trinity League, in what should be a preview of some exciting section meets beginning next weekend.

Pacific Coast League

A couple of the top high school teams in California battled Friday nig

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Gregg Troy

GAINESVILLE, Florida, May 5. FLORIDA Swimming and Diving has announced the signings of swimmers Benjamin Lawless, Alex Donahue and Elisavet Panti to its 2014 recruiting class.

The newcomers will arrive on campus with national and international experience. Lawless hails from Owings, Md., where he attended North High School and competed with the Chesapeake Bay Aquatic Club. He most recently

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