Robinson Secondary Sweeps Virginia 6A State High School Championships

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Robinson Secondary won both the girls and boys meets at the 2016 Virginia 6A State High School Championships.

Girls

Robinson Secondary took home the 6A crown with 212 points.  Oakton took second with 171 points.  McLean (169), West Potomac (163) and Langley (152) rounded out the top five.

West Potomac’s Cassidy Bayer cranked out a 1:59.59 to win the 200-yard IM.  That missed her state record of 1:59.19 from last year.  Bayer doubled up with a 53.30 in the 100-yard fly.

Robinson’s Hannah Baker claimed the 50-yard free title in 23.41. Baker captured her second title with a 50.56 in the 100-yard free.

Oakton’s Megan Byrnes won the 200-yard free in a time of 1:49.13, off her 6A record of 1:48.61 from last year. Byrnes won her second title of the meet with a 4:46.81 in the 500-yard free.

Westfield’s Chloe Hicks won the 100-yard back in 55.32.

Chantilly’s Jacquee Clabeaux cranked out a 6A record in the 100-yard breast with a 1:01.51.  That swim beat her prelim record of 1:02.42.

West Potomac’s Alexandria Puskar-Beckett, Holly Jansen, Cassidy Bayer and Jenna Martin won the 200-yard medley relay with a 1:45.46.

Robinson’s Lisa Zangla, Grace Gartman, Livi Schmid and Hannah Baker snared the 200-yard free relay in 1:36.22.

Robinson’s Lisa Zangla, Grace Gartman, Livi Schmid and Hannah Baker also won the 400-yard free relay in 3:30.39.

Mount Vernon’s Hailey Fisher claimed the one-meter diving crown with 447.10 points.

Women – Team Rankings – Through Event 24
1. Robinson Secondary School 212
2. Oakton High School 171
3. McLean High School 169
4. West Potomac High School 163
5. Langley High School 152
6. Yorktown High School 138
7. Chantilly Chargers 104
8. Frank W Cox High School 102
9. Battlefield High School 95
10. Westfield High School 94
11. Patriot High School 91
12. Fairfax High School 81
13. James Madison High School 74
14. South Lakes High School 68
15. South County High School 67
16. Osbourn Park High School 63
16. Washington-Lee High School 63
18. Centreville High School 50
19. Herndon Hornets 48
20. Lake Braddock Secondary School 46
21. Woodson Cavaliers 45
22. Riverbend High School 43
23. Forest Park High School 29
24. Floyd E Kellam High School 28
25. Osbourn High School 24
26. Mount Vernon High School 20
27. Colonial Forge High School 19
28. Grassfield High School 18
29. Ocean Lakes High School 16
30. Landstown High School 10
31. Annandale High School 9
32. West Springfield 4
33. Tallwood 3
34. First Colonial High School 2
35. Western Branch High School 1
35. Woodbridge Senior High School 1

Boys

Robinson Secondary won the 6A title with 235 points.  Langley (190), Patriot (178), McLean (161) and Woodson (146.5) finished second through fifth.

Robinson’s James Jones topped the 50-yard free in 20.48. Jones doubled with a 45.39 to win the 100-yard free.

Robinson’s James Murphy hit the wall in 1:37.42 to break the 6A record in the 200-yard free.  He clocked a 1:38.24 to set the time during prelims.  Murphy earned another win with a 48.99 in the 100-yard back.

Stonewall Jackson’s Sam Pomajevich set the 6A record in the 100-yard fly with a time of 48.84. That swim cleared Evan Baker’s 2014 mark of 49.23.

Langley’s Casey Storch won the 200-yard IM in 1:50.44.

West Springfield’s Lane Stone topped the 500-yard free in 4:27.64.

Patriot’s Spencer Rowe captured the 100-yard breast in 56.00.

Patriot’s Will Cumberland, Spencer Rowe, Cole Cooper and AJ Ross clocked a time of 1:32.88 in the 200-yard medley relay to lower the state and 6A record.  Thomas Jefferson owned the previous state record with a 1:33.00 from last year, while Oakton owned the 6A mark with a 1:33.75 from 2015.

Robinson’s James Murphy, Peter Brukx, Roman Lowery and Luke Jones claimed the 200-yard free relay in 1:24.79.

Robinson’s James Murphy, Roman Lowery, Peter Brukx and James Jones topped the 400-yard free relay in 3:08.39.

James Madison’s Grayson Campbell won the one-meter diving title with 607.60 points.

Men – Team Rankings – Through Event 24
1. Robinson Secondary School 235
2. Langley High School 190
3. Patriot High School 178
4. McLean High School 161
5. Woodson Cavaliers 146.5
6. Chantilly Chargers 142
7. Oakton High School 125
8. West Springfield 112
9. Frank W Cox High School 111
10. Herndon Hornets 95
11. Westfield High School 94
12. Lake Braddock Secondary School 87
13. Riverbend High School 83
14. Osbourn Park High School 72.5
15. James Madison High School 57
16. South County High School 51
17. Yorktown High School 44
18. Annandale High School 39
19. Stonewall Jackson High School 37
20. Fairfax High School 33
21. Washington-Lee High School 32
21. First Colonial High School 32
23. South Lakes High School 30
24. Grassfield High School 28
25. West Potomac High School 21
26. Granby High School 18
27. Hayfield Secondary School 11
27. Mount Vernon High School 11
29. Forest Park High School 8
30. Ocean Lakes High School 6
31. Woodbridge Senior High School 4
31. C D Hylton Swim Team 4
33. Landstown High School 2
34. Tallwood 1

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