Bolles School Crowned Team Champion

The Bolles School girls made it four years in a row on top of Swimming World’s national high school championships. The Jacksonville, FL school, coached by Gregg Troy, also won the boys team title – its first ever.

The girls scored 240 points in the championship meet format based on best times swum throughout the high school season. That was more than double that of runners-up Carondelet High School (Concord, CA) with 107 and Carmel High School (Carmel, IN) at 98.

The boys scored 158 points to beat Brother Rice High School (Bloomfield Hills, MI) with 140 and Peddie School (Hightstown, NJ) with 131.

Senior Ashley Whitney and sophomore Alex Lim were the top point scorers for Bolles, each winning 2 individual events.

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