SWIMMING: Johnson’s Scott, Clark’s Stallworth headline UIL Class 6A State Championships
Highlights and reaction from the UIL Class 6A State swimming and diving championships in Austin, as Johnson junior Jada Scott claims her first individual title and Clark senior Lane Stallworth finishes second overall in the boys 1 meter diving competition.
SWIMMING: Alamo Heights’ Foote, Boerne Champion girls shine at UIL Class 5A State Championships
Highlights and reaction from the UIL Class 5A State swimming and diving championships in Austin, as Alamo Heights senior Connor Foote breaks a pair of state records and strikes gold in two individual events, while the Boerne Champion girls win another relay title for the second straight season.
SWIMMING: TMI’s Kitayama, St. Mary’s Hall’s Doehler dominate TAPPS Division II State Championships
Highlights from the 2022 TAPPS Division II State Swimming Championships, as TMI sophomore Emily Kitayama wins a pair of events to power the Panther girls to a repeat title, while St. Mary's Hall seniors Ethan Doehler and Kirsten Schlortt end their careers with a flourish at Josh Davis Natatorium.
HIGHLIGHTS: Connor Foote powers Alamo Heights to repeat at Region VII-5A Swimming Championships
Highlights and reaction from Bill Walker Pool, as high school swimmers from around the San Antonio area competed in the 2022 UIL Region VII-5A Swimming & Diving Championships looking to punch their tickets to this year’s state meet in Austin.
HIGHLIGHTS: Clark’s Croley, Johnson’s Scott headline Region VII-6A Swimming Championships
Highlights and reaction from Josh Davis Natatorium, as high school swimmers from around the San Antonio area competed in the 2022 UIL Region VII-6A Swimming & Diving Championships looking to punch their tickets to this year's state meet in Austin.
HIGHLIGHTS: District 29-5A Swimming Championships
Berths at the Class 5A Regional meet were on the line on Saturday morning, as area swimmers from Medina Valley, San Antonio Great Hearts Monte Vista, Great Hearts Northern Oaks, Cole, Southwest, Southwest Legacy, and Uvalde dove into the pool at NISD Natatorium for the District 29-5A Swimming & Diving Championships.
HIGHLIGHTS: Boerne Champion wins relay title at UIL Girls 5A State
Alamo Heights 1:50.87 200 yard Freestyle 9. Peyton Brehmer (Boerne Champion) 57.7559.00 200 yard Freestyle Relay 1. Boerne Champion 1:36.92 100 yard Backstroke 5. Elizabeth Walsh (Alamo Heights) 1:06.91 400 yard Freestyle Relay 3. @swimWACdive's Clark, Garcia, Ziemba & Brehmer combine to win the 200 yard Freestyle Relay at #UILState!
HIGHLIGHTS: Brandeis boys win Regional title, Clemens’ Sloan earns Swimmer of the Meet
SAN ANTONIO – On a night with numerous pool records and multiple double-event winners, the Brandeis boys swim team wins their first Region VII-6A Championship as area swimmers dove into Bill Walker Pool looking to punch their tickets to this year’s UIL State meet. FULL RESULTSEvents Champion Time 200 yard Medley Relay Reagan 1:34.27 200 yard Freestyle Luke Peterson (Churchill) 1:41.81 200 yard Individual Medley Kevin Cai (Reagan) 1:54.29 50 yard Freestyle Tate Sloan (Clemens) 20.86 1 meter Diving Marcel Mateos Salles (Reagan) 537.40 pts 100 yard Butterfly Jackson Stallworth (Clark) 49.80 100 yard Freestyle Tate Sloan (Clemens) 46.24 500 yard Freestyle Luke Peterson (Churchill) 4:34.60 200 yard Freestyle Relay Clark 1:25.16 100 yard Backstroke Evan Croley (Clark) 49.66 100 yard Breaststroke Kevin Cai (Reagan) 57.35 400 yard Freestyle Relay Clark 3:07.97MORE SWIMMING HIGHLIGHTS
FEATURE: Health Careers girls earn breakthrough moment, win first district title
SAN ANTONIO – Last year, the District 27-6A girls swimming and diving team title was decided by two points. The squad from Health Careers High School was on the wrong end of that differential and watched as perennial power Brandeis once again celebrated with a plaque on deck at Northside Aquatic Center. “We pushed ourselves as hard as we could.”One year later, Health Careers flipped the script. For the first time in program history, Health Careers had won the district title. AdRegardless of what the future holds, this group has left an indelible mark on the Health Careers program, and their accomplishments will live forever in the hearts and minds of everyone involved.
HIGHLIGHTS: District 18-5A Swimming Championships
SAN ANTONIO – With district competition beginning to wrap up in Class 5A, the action heats up at Bill Walker pool as swimmers from District 28-5A dive in for a chance to punch their tickets to this year’s Regional meet. GIRLS RESULTSEvent Champion Time 200 yard Medley Relay Champion 1:53.49 200 yard Freestyle Anna Hoskovec (Dripping Springs) 1:57.38 200 yard Individual Medley Tess Ziemba (Boerne Champion) 2:12.47 50 yard Freestyle Peyton Brehmer (Boerne Champion) 24.62 1 meter Diving Emma Haines (Boerne Champion) 330.70 pts 100 yard Butterfly Peyton Brehmer (Boerne Champion) 58.89 100 yard Freestyle Tess Ziemba (Boerne Champion) 53.67 500 yard Freestyle Anna Hoskovec (Dripping Springs) 5:14.47 200 yard Freestyle Relay Dripping Springs 1:40.01 100 yard Backstroke Caroline Proctor (Wimberley) 59.37 100 yard Breaststroke Peyton Grot-Lopp 1:12.70 400 yard Freestyle Relay Dripping Springs 3:42.13BOYS RESULTSEvent Champion Time 200 yard Medley Relay Dipping Springs 1:44.06 200 yard Freestyle Wes Balderas (Boerne) 1:49.80 200 yard Individual Medley Quinn Mauck (Dripping Springs) 1:58.29 50 yard Freestyle Aleksei Mason (Boerne Champion) 21.93 1 meter Diving Colin Breuer (Boerne Champion) 401.20 pts 100 yard Butterfly Brandon Burt (Dripping Springs) 58.42 100 yard Freestyle Aleksei Mason (Boerne Champion) 48.76 500 yard Freestyle Jackson Ledbetter (Dripping Springs) 4:56.89 200 yard Freestyle Relay Boerne Champion 1:30.87 100 yard Backstroke Quinn Mauck (Dripping Springs) 53.63 100 yard Breaststroke Gabe Hawkins (Boerne Champion) 1:01.93 400 yard Freestyle Relay Dripping Springs 3:19.39MORE SWIMMING COVERAGE
HS Swimming Recap: SCUC Invite
SCHERTZ – With TISCA right around the corner, the intensity is ramping up for high school swim teams around San Antonio, and swimmers not competing at TISCA took the water with another chance for improvement Wednesday night in Schertz for the SCUC Invite. Results available later tonight.