Chiles’ Ryland Sun, John Yambor-Maul Double Winners for Florida 3A Boys State Champs

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The boys team from Chiles High School in Tallahasee won the Florida High School Swimming and Diving 3A state championship with 320 points this evening. Doral Academy Charter High finished second with 157 points, just four more than Bartram Trail (Saint Johns).

Chiles’ quartet of Hayden KwanWyatt FooteRyland Sun, and John Yambor-Maul swam two and a half seconds ahead in the 200 medley relay, touching in 1:33.94.

Belen Jesuit senior Aitor Fungairino touched just two tenths shy of Caeleb Dressel‘s 200 freestyle state record. Fungairino finished in a 1:34.89, six and a half seconds faster than Niceville’s Quintin Scholz, who out touched Pines Charter’s Andres Lares 1:41.16 to 1:41.17. Scholz returned for the 100 freestyle victory (45.79). Fungairino made it a double victory with a 4:25.73 in the 500 free. Bartram Trail’s Jack VanDeusen was second (4:29.86) and Lares (4:31.18) finished third.

Ricardo Martinez, a Cornell commit from Osceola, topped the 200 IM in 1:49.51. VanDeusen (1:50.95) finished second.

Yambor-Maul of Chiles led Naples senior duo Davis Olmsted and Matt Limbacher into the wall in the 50 free as the top three finished in 21.20, 21.27, and 21.47.

Yambor-Maul’s teammate Sun crushed the 100 fly field with his 48.55. Sun was also dominant with a 49.96 100 back.

In 1:26.22 Chiles’ Andrew ThrasherTristan SandersParker Brown and Yambor-Maul won the 200 freestyle relay while Doral’s Aaron RodriguezVittoriio ParravanoDavid Montan, and Adrian Aguilar swam a 1:26.74 for second, .01 ahead of Belen Jesuit’s Andrew WongHugo MarinHector Paz, and Fungairino (1:26.76).

Naples senior Limbacher picked up 100 breaststroke gold with a 54.98. Doral won the final relay by a narrow margin. Aguilar, Nestor Montero, Parravano, and Rodriguez posted a 3:08.83, a tenth quicker than the 3:08.92 Bartram Trail’s Jacob CampChristopher SylvesterMason Ray, and VanDeusen touched in.

Full results available here.

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Author: Cathleen Pruden

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Cathleen Pruden is a 2016 graduate of Mount Holyoke College and was a four time All-American and a three time Academic All-American for the Lyons. She grew up swimming in and has also coached in Raleigh, North Carolina. Currently she is the Assistant Coach at Bowdoin College.

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