Zionsville 200 Medley Relay Knocks Down Chesterton’s National High School Record

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After Drew Kibler took down the 200 freestyle National High School record in prelims, another national mark fell in today’s finals of the Indiana Boys High School Swimming state championship.

The Zionsville boys 200 medley relay recorded a new national mark of 1:29.44.

The team of Tyler HarmonBrock BrownAndrew Schuler, and Jack Franzman finished two tenths faster than Chesterton’s 2014 mark. The old National High School mark was also the Indiana High School state record.

Event 1  Boys 200 Yard Medley Relay
==================================================================================
 State Record: * 1:29.64  2014      Chesterton, Chesterton
                          A Whitaker, J Wallar, B Pieroni, G Kostbade
                 1:37.77  SCUT
    School                        Prelims     Finals       Points 
==================================================================================
                                === A - Final ===                                 
 
  1 ZION                          1:30.30    1:29.44*        40  
     1) Tyler Harmon 12               2) Brock Brown 12               
     3) Andrew Schuler 11             4) Jack Franzman 11             
                 22.68        47.86 (25.18)
        1:09.65 (21.79)     1:29.44 (19.79)
  2 CAR                           1:31.97    1:30.46         34  
     1) Wyatt Davis 9                 2) Stefano Batista 11           
     3) Brett Sherman 11              4) Andrew Couchon 11            
                 22.52        47.70 (25.18)
        1:10.30 (22.60)     1:30.46 (20.16)
  3 CAFW                          1:33.80    1:32.78         32  
     1) Noah Yarian 10                2) Parker Bull 12               
     3) Jackson Kent 12               4) Tristan DeWitt 9             
                 23.37        49.46 (26.09)
        1:11.70 (22.24)     1:32.78 (21.08)

 

Carmel’s Wyatt DavisStefano BatistaBrett Sherman, and Andrew Couchon finished second (1:30.46) and CAFW’s Noah YarianParker BullJackson Kent, and Tristan DeWitt were third (1:32.78).

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    SwimMom

    Just out of curiosity how many officials were on deck this year for finals?

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