Ponte Vedra Girls, Allen D. Nease Boys Claim Florida 3A State Championships

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Ponte Vedra Girls, Allen D. Nease Boys Claim Florida 3A State Championships

The 2022 Florida 3A State Swimming and Diving Championships was held on November 4 at the Sailfish Splashpark Aquatic Athletics Center in Stuart, Florida.

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Top 5 Team Scores:

1. Ponte Vedra – 340.5
2. Saint Petersburg – 211
3. Allen D. Nease – 210
4. Naples – 181
5. Saint Thomas Aquinas – 166

Countryside’s Summer Cardwell was the lone double-event winner during the meet. The future Louisville Cardinal won the 200 free in 1:46.65 as the only swimmer under the 1:50-barrier, also taking first in the 100 fly with a time of 53.72.

The 500 free proved to be one of the closest races of the meet as only .43 separated the top three finishers; Ocala Forest’s Ashley Sampson swam away with the title with a winning time of 4:59.30.

Other individual event winners included Allen D. Nease’s Allen D. Nease in the 200 IM (2:04.40), Fleming Island’s Maryn McDade in the 50 free (23.07), Ponte Vedra’s Penny Zarczynski in the 100 free (51.19), Ponte Vedra’s Ann Wohlgemuth in the 100 back (54.40) and Naples’ Sabyne Brisson in the 100 breast (1:01.94).


Top 5 Team Scores:

1. Allen D. Nease – 290
2. Jesuit – 245
3. Lawton Chiles – 170
4. Saint Thomas Aquinas – 143
5. Booker T. Washington – 142

There were three double-event winners on the boys’ side, including Lawton Chiles’ Ryder Gentry. He won the 200 free in 1:39.11 as the only swimmer under 1:40 before going on to win the 100 free, getting his hand to the wall in 45.17.

Gainesville’s Michael Mullen claimed state titles in both the 200 IM (1:46.25) 100 breast (55.61). Sebastian River’s Mitchell Ledford also picked up a pair of gold medals, winning the 100 fly (46.33) and 100 back (48.47).

Saint Thomas Aquinas’ Samuel Collingwood sprinted to the top spot in the 50 free with a time of 20.69 while Countryside’s Andrew Taylor stopped the clock in 4:22.30 in the 500 free, winning that event by eight seconds.

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