Carmel Girls Swimming Victorious in Record Margin at Indiana High School Girls State Championships (PHOTO GALLERY)

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Carmel's Mackenna Lieske. Photo Courtesy: Peter H. Bick

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Carmel Girls Swimming Victorious in Record Margin at Indiana High School Girls State Championships

The 2021 Indiana Girls High School State Swimming and Diving Championship took place on Saturday, Feb. 13 at the IUPUI Natatorium in Indianapolis, Ind.

Carmel used their impressive depth to earn their 35th-consecutive high school championship team title, winning all three relays and three individual state titles. The Greyhounds’ final score of 479 is the most in state meet history, besting their own record of 445 from 2015.

Their margin of victory – a whopping 279 points – is also the largest in state meet history, again bettering their own mark of 266 from five years ago. And in true dynasty-fashion, Carmel extends their all-time national record of most consecutive championships across all sports.

Click HERE for full results and team scores.

Swimming World’s Peter H. Bick was in the venue to capture images from the day as Carmel girls swimming took home the team title yet again. Splash through his photo gallery below:

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