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Also, today we recap the swim & dive state championships with complete results from each event. Also, the final team standings can be found in the left panel.

 

 


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How many straight swimming titles have the Lambert girls won?

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The Class AAAAA McIntosh boys basketball team completed its perfect regular season on Friday.


SWIMMING STATE CHAMPIONSHIPS


 


 

Class AAAAAA Team Results
 
Boys
 
1. Walton (310)
2. Alpharetta (303.5)
3. Collins Hill (250.5)
4. Johns Creek (216)
5. Northview (200)
6. Parkview (197)
7. Brookwood
8. Lambert (143)
9. North Gwinnett (141)
10. Roswell (139)
 
Girls
 

1. Lambert (433)

2. Brookwood (355)

3. Lassiter (326.5)

4. Walton (271)

5. Mill Creek (191)

6. Pope (182)

7. Northview (167)

8. 9. Peachtree Ridge (148)

10. North Gwinnett (126)


 

Class A-AAAAA Team Results
 
Boys
 
1. Westminster (309)
2. Marist (293.5)
3. Chamblee-Charter (269)
4. Evans (206)
5. McIntosh (151)
6. Dalton (131.5)
7. North Atlanta (122)
8. Holy Innocents' (114.5)
9. Starr's Mill (106)
10. Greenbrier (100.5)
 
Girls
 

1. Marist (264)

2. St. Pius (202.5)

3. Oconee County (193)

4. Dunwoody (192)

5. Sequoyah (179)

6. North Oconee (175.5)

7. Starr's Mill (175)

8. Woodward Academy (162) 9. Westminster (150.5)

10. Pace Academy (142)


 

 

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Monday, February 9, 2015



SWIMMING CHAMPIONSHIPS
By Lauren Goldstein
Walton boys, Lambert girls repeat as GHSA Swimming Champions

Saturday's GHSA Swimming State Championships at Georgia Tech saw both boys and girls Class AAAAAA defending state champions repeat in dominating fashion.


 
The Walton boys kept the title in Cobb County, finishing with 310 points to top Alpharetta (303.5), Collins Hill (250.5) and Johns Creek (216). The Lambert girls beat Gwinnett County rival, 

Brookwood, 433 points to 355 to win their third consecutive state title. Lassiter placed third with 326.5 points and Walton fourth with 271.


 
A part of Lambert's domination included two relay titles, one in the 200-yard medley behind the foursome of Caroline Aikins, Ashley Mallon, Jane Johnson and Katherine Aikins (1:44.38). They also took the 200 freestyle relay with Lilia Smith, Emma Fish and the Aikins sister (1:35.90). The Woodstock girls were led by junior Lauren Case, who won two individual state titles in the 200 freestyle (1:45.96) and 100 butterfly (53.13). Brookwood took home three individual state titles with Devan Sweeney in the 200 individual medley (2:02.38), Maddy Cohen in the 100 freestyle (50.93) and Anna Jahns in the 500 freestyle (4:52.88). The quartet of Jahns, Sweeney, Megan Hansen and Cohen rapped up the state meet placing first in the 400 freestyle relay at 3:27.55 to beat Walton (3:29.89) and Lassiter (3:30.54).


 
For the boys, University of Alabama signee Knox Auerbach of Northview was awarded two individual state titles in the 100 and 200 freestyle (44.41 and 1:37.00 respectively). He was also a part of the 200 freestyle relay team, which included Brady Sam, Joonas Koski and brother Cade Auerbach (1:24.32). Also, Auerbach's 400 freestyle relay tied Alpharetta's relay squad tied for first with a time of 3:04.33. Cody Bekemeyer, who will swim for the University of South Carolina, won the 500 freestyle in 4:23.28, which was 11 seconds faster than runner-up, Johns Creek Col Willamson (4:34.15). Walton's points were spread out among many events and David Dingess brought home gold in the 100 butterfly (49.19) and also won the 200 medley relay.


 
In the Class AAAAAA diving competition, Etowah's Madison DuVall, who will dive at University of Georgia, won her second state title racking up 433.20 points to top runner-up Walton's Peri Charapich (404.95), Colquitt County's Kellian Howell (404.85) and Lassiter's Madelin Hester (384.80). On the boys' side, freshman Park Hardigree of Colquitt County upset last year's diving state champion Norcross' Griffin Ramsey, 521 to 442.70, followed by Nick Goh of Pope (431.95) and Walton's Kyle Hudon (383.70).


 
Class A-AAAAA: In the girls' diving championships, Wesleyan sophomore Abby Gardner defended her state title, winning the one-meter dive for the second straight year with a score of 474.40 with Marist's Ellie Crump placing second (453.45) followed by Greenbrier's Ayanna Woods (444.15) and Marist's Sarah Jacobson (420.05). On the boys' side, Pace's Harrison Moncino, who will be diving for Miami of Ohio, also won back-to-back titles with 578.60 points to top runner-up Kell's Anthony Musciano (482.60). Grant Summers of St. Pius finished third (463) and fourth was Oconee's Britt Edelen (442.20).


 
In the swimming championships, the Westminster boys won state for the first time since 2008, at that time having won six straight championships. The Wildcats edged runner-up Marist 309.0 to 293.5, followed by Chamblee-Charter (269.0) and Evans (206). The Marist girls won their first title since 2011, accumulating 264 points to beat St. Pius (202.5), Oconee County (193) and Dunwoody (192).


 
The day was highlighted by Colin Monaghan of Gainesville, who will swim at the University of Georgia and broke the state record in the 100 breastroke with a time of 55.03 seconds. Dalton High School stand out Ethan Young broke his own 2014 state record in the 100 backstroke at 47.47. He also tied for first with Marist's Christian Lory in the 100 butterfly at 48.92. Future University of Tennessee swimmer Ty Powers of North Hall, the brother of state record holder Paul Powers in the 50 and 100 freestyle, placed first in the 50-yard freestyle at 20.47, just shy of the record.


 
The Marist boys' quartet of Christian Lorys, Joe Dillard. Nathan Maulding and Matthew and Haertel won the 200 medley relay at 1:35.16, topping runner-up Westminster's relay squad time of 1:35.86. Coming into the state meet as the favorite after winning the 200 medley relay at the Metro Invitational last month, the Marist foursome of Anne Locker, Hannah Lagod, Elizabeth Bailey and Tori Lauterbach dominated the event at 1:47.12.


 
Westminster's Derek Cox won the 200 individual medley and Riverwood's Lila Claire Best took the 200 freestyle. Donna Blaum of Starr's Mill won both the 50 freestyle (23.36) and 100 butterfly (55.50) while Da Della Torre of Oconee County got first in both the 100 breastroke (1:02.94) and 200 IM (2:01.07)


 

SEE LEFT PANEL FOR RESULTS





SWIM & DIVE RESULTS

Class AAAAAA Diving

Boys

1. Park Hardigree, Colquitt County (521) 2. Griffin Ramsey, Norcross (442.70) 3. Nick Goh, Pope (431.95)

Girls

1. Madison DuVall, Etowah (433.20) 2. Peri Charapich, Walton (404.95) 3. Kellian Howell, Colquitt County (404.85)


Class A-AAAAA Diving

Boys

1. Harrison Moncino, Pace Academy (578.60) 2. Anthony Musciano, Kell (482.60) 3. Grant Summers, St. Pius (463)

Girls

1. Abby Gardner, Wesleyan (474.40) 2. Ellie Crump, Marist (453.45) 3. Ayanna Woods, Greenbrier (444.15)

 

Individual Results (Top three places)

 

Class AAAAAA


Boys

200 Yard Medley Relay
1. Walton (1:33.06) 2. Alpharetta (1:34.01) 3. Johns Creek (1:35.36)

200 Yard Freestyle
1. Knox Auerbach, Northview (1:37.00) 2. Cody Bekemeyer, Collins Hill (1:39.19) 3. Reed Wynn, Peachtree Ridge (1:41.34)

200 Yard IM
1. Alex Taylor, Brookwood (1:48.85) 2. Patrick Cusick, Alpharetta (1:48.85) 3. Taylor Delk, Collins Hill (1:50.67)

50 Yard Freestyle
1. Tyler Harper, Marietta (20.62) 2. Dalton Vaux, Parkview (20.91) 3. Alex Taylor, Brookwood (21.17)

100 Yard Butterfly
1. David Dingess, Walton (49.19) 2. Jared Chulavatr, Lambert (49.23) 3. Cullen Fields, Hillgrove (49.36)

100 Yard Freestyle
1. Knox Auerbach, Northview (44.31) 2. Reed Wynn, Peachtree Ridge (45.69) 3. Tyler Harper, Marietta (45.70)

500 Yard Freestyle
1. Cody Bekemeyer, Collins Hill (4:23.28) 2. Colton Williamson, Johns Creek (4:34.15) 3. Tyler Mazurek, North Gwinnett (4:36.12)

200 Yard Freestyle Relay
1. Northview (1:24.32) 2. Parkview (1:24.88) 3. Walton (1:25.93)

100 Yard Backstroke
1. Michael Taylor, Johns Creek (48.66) 2. Patrick Cusick, Alpharetta (49.04) 
3. Blake Atmore, South Forsyth (49.71)

100 Yard Breastroke
1. Jare Chulacatr, Lambert (56.41) 2. Joseph Portillo, Duluth (56.95) 3. Jonathan Yang, Duluth (57.68)

400 Yard Freestyle Relay

1. Northview (3:04.33) 2. Alpharetta (3:04.33) 3. Brookwood (3:08.62)


Girls

200 Yard Medley Relay
1. Lambert (1:44.38) 2. Brookwood (1:44.57) 3. Pope (1:47.13)

200 Yard Freestyle
1. Lauren Case, Woodstock (1:45.96) 2. Haley McInerny, Peachtree Ridge (1:48.87), Emma Cole, Walton (1:49.02)

200 Yard IM
1. Devan Sweeney, Brookwood (2:02.38) 2. Kelsey Prince, Northview (2:03.36) 3. Evie Bragg, Johns Creek (2:03.98)

50 Yard Freestyle
1. Tatum Smith, Johns Creek (23.72) 2. Katherine Aikins, Lambert (23.58) 3. Morgan Fleming, Parkview (23.60)

100 Yard Butterfly
1. Lauren Case, Woodstock (53.13) 2. Haley McInerny, Peachtree Ridge (53.56) 3. Jane Johnson, Lambert (54.99)

100 Yard Freestyle
1. Maddy Cohen, Brookwood (50.93) 2. Morgan Fleming, Parkview (51.82) 3. Megan Hansen, Brookwood (51.92)

500 Yard Freestyle
1. Anna Jahns, Brookwood (4:52.88) 2. Emma Cole, Walton (4:55.07) 3. Bayley Frierson, South Forsyth (4:56.37)

200 Yard Freestyle Relay
1. Lambert (1:35.90) 2. Lassiter (1:36.48) 3. Walton (1:37.60)

100 Yard Backstroke
1. Katherine Parker, Mill Creek (55.62) 2. Devan Sweeney, Brookwood (55.90) 3. Maddy Cohen, Brookwood (55.98)

100 Yard Breastroke
1. Emma Murray, Pope (1:03.85) 2. Erin Scott, Brookwood (1:04.37) 3. Sheridan Schreiber, West Forsyth (1:04.65)

400 Yard Freestyle Relay

1. Brookwood (3:27.55) 2. Walton (3:29.89) 3. Lassiter (3:30.54)

 

Class A-AAAAA


Boys

200 Yard Medley Relay
1. Marist (1:35.16) 2. Westminster (1:35.86) 3. McIntosh (1:36.09)

200 Yard Freestyle
1. John Mitchell, Chamblee (1:40.43) 2. Jon Lancaster, Heritage-Catoosa (1:40.87) 3. Niko Stines, North Atlanta (1:41.05)

200 Yard IM
1. Derek Cox, Westminster (1:48.77) 2. Colin Monaghan, Gainesville (1:49.10) 3. Brenn Pastorek, Savannah Country Day (1:50.03)

50 Yard Freestyle
1. Ty Powers, North Hall (20.47) 2. Dean Farris, Paideia (20.57) 3. Alex BeMiller, Marist (20.86)

100 Yard Butterfly
1. Ethan Young, Dalton (48.92) 2. Christian Lorys, Marist (48.92) 3. Derek Cox, Westminster (49.06)

100 Yard Freestyle
1. Alex BeMiller, Marist (45.12) 2. Ty Powers, North Hall (45.22) 3. John Mitchell, Chamblee (45.55)

500 Yard Freestyle
1. Jon Lancaster, Heritage-Catoosa (4:32.32) 2. Nick Palmer, Starr's Mill (4:36.21) 3. Robert Wylie, Oconee County (4:36.68)

200 Yard Freestyle Relay
1. Westminster (1:24.87) 2. Marist (1:24.94) 3. Chamblee (1:25.11)

100 Yard Backstroke
1. Ethan Young, Dalton (47.47) 2. Tristan Taylor, Chestatee (50.21) 3. Christian Lorys, Marist (50.67)

100 Yard Breastroke
1. Colin Monaghan, Gainesville (55.03) 2. Brenn Pastorek, Savannah Country Day (56.13) 3. Mitchel1 Petras, Evans (57.67)

400 Yard Freestyle Relay

1. Chamblee (3:07.72) 2. Marist (3:09.17) 3. Westminster (3:13.27)


Girls

200 Yard Medley Relay
1. Marist (1:47.12) 2. Oconee County (1:47.88) 3. St. Pius (1:48.12)

200 Yard Medley Relay
1. Lila Clai Best, Riverwood (1:50.44) 2. Caitlyn McHugh, Allatoona (1:50.45) 3. Grace Ferry, Pace (1:51.80)

200 Yard IM
1. Da Della Torre, Oconee County (2:01.07) 2. Katie Christy, Westminster (2:03.46) 3. Elizabeth Bailey, Marist (2:03.62)

50 Yard Freestyle
1. Donna Blaum, Starr's Mill (23.36) 2. Darby Wayner (23.54) 3. Ann Williamson, Oconee County (23.57)

100 Yard Butterfly
1. Donna Blaum, Starr's Mill (54.66) 2. Elizabeth Bailey, Marist (55.20) 3. Kamryn Carter, Sequoyah (56.91)

100 Yard Freestyle
1. Darby Wayner, Savannah Arts Academy (51.09) 2. Lila Clai Best, Riverwood (51.67) 3. Lindsay Wallace, Davidson Fine Arts (52.10)

500 Yard Freestyle
1. Caitlyn McHugh, Allatoona (4:54.25), Grace Ferry, Pace (4:58.35). Julia Durmer, St. Pius (5:01.99)

200 Yard Freestyle Relay
1. Oconee County (1:37.80) 2. Westminster (1:37.85) 3. Sequoyah (1:38.23)

100 Yard Backstroke
1. Sara Gilbert, St. Pius (55.85) 2. Mary Cardwell, Morgan County (56.18) 3. Johanna Goldblatt, Starr's Mill (57.31)

100 Yard Breastroke
1. Da Della Torre, Oconee County (1:02.94) 2. Allie Reiter, Dunwoody (1:04.14) 3. Hannah Lally, Providence Christian (1:04.86)

400 Yard Freestyle Relay
1. Starr's Mill (3:31.88) 2.Dunwoody (3:33.18) 3. St. Pius (3:34.89)

 

- Compiled by Score Atlanta








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