Rampart Takes Home Colorado High School 4A State Championship

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Rampart High School won the 2018 Colorado 4A High School girls swimming and diving state championship, with a score of 251 points. Cheyenne Mountain was second with 223 points and Valor Christian was third with 212 points.

Rampart won the 200 medley relay by an impressive six seconds. Catriona ClarkeEdenna ChenAllana Clarke, and Lindsey Immel touched in 1:42.86.

Heritage’s Kylie Andrews swam a 1:49.65 to win the 200 freestyle. The senior was followed by another senior- Pueblo South’s Lainee Jones in 1:50.17. Loveland’s Erin Lang (1:52.40) rounded out the podium. Andrews also won the 100 free, posting a 50.66. She edged Valor Christian senior Ella Kirschke (50.84). Lang swam a 5:02.25 to win the 500 free. Greeley West junior Josie Carpenter was second in 5:07.12 and Cheyene Mountain sophomore Clare Sanderson (5:07.99) was third.

Cheyenne Mountain’s Cat Wright topped the 200 IM in 2:02.53. The senior was followed to the wall by Kirschke in 2:03.20.

Heritage freshman Anna Shaw took the 50 freestyle in 23.54. Highlands Ranch junior Aimee Burton out touched Mullen junior Sofia Zinis and Rampart freshman Lindsey Immel 24.02 to 24.03 and 24.05 for second.

Fort Collins’ Morgan McCarthy scored less than a point more than Pine Creek’s Whitney McCoy to win the one meter diving. McCarthy scored 464.40 points to McCoy’s 464.25.

McCarthy’s teammate Audrey Reimer won the 100 fly in 54.21. Wright secured second with a 55.01 and Clarke was third (56.19). Reimer also won the 100 backstroke with a 54.22, over three seconds ahead of second place.

Valor Christian’s Lindsay StenstromAshley StenstromMakayla Hoehn, and Ella Kirschke won the 200 freestyle relay with a 1:35.90. Heritage was second in 1:36.68. That same Valor Christian quartet, swimming in the same order, squeaked out a narrow victory in the 400 freestyle relay, touching in 3:28.05. Rampart’s Clarke, Immel, Chen, and Clarke were second in 3:28.60.

Rampart’s Edenna Chen finished the 100 breaststroke in 1:02.33 ahead of Air Academy’s Aleksandra Olesiak in 1:02.91 and Cheyenne Mountain’s Sophia Bricker in 1:03.32.

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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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