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State Titles Continue for Swimming and Diving

The Bolles boys’ and girls’ swimming and diving teams continued their state title streaks, winning team titles at the 2020 Class 1A meet in Stuart on November 15. The boys won the program’s 33rd consecutive state title, extending the national record for straight titles, and 42nd overall. The girls won the program’s 30th consecutive state title and 34th overall. Along with a state title in girls’ cross country on the same day, the Bolles athletic program has now won 144 state titles. The Bulldogs won eight events and recorded numerous automatic and provisional All-American times.

The boys’ 200 medley relay (David Walton ’22, William Heck ’23, Martin Espernberger ’22, Ansen Meyer ’21) won in an All-American time of 1:30.72. Andres Dupont Cabrera ’22 won the 200 free and 100 free, both in All-American times (1:35.60/44.09). He also broke the school record in the 200 free. The girls’ 200 free relay (Fresh Sathianchokwisan ’22, Emily MacDonald ’21, Katherine Meyers-Labenz ’24, Sasha Ramey ’21) won in an All-American time of 1:33.01. The boys’ 200 free relay (Dupont Cabrera, Meyer, Heck, Adnan Atwan ’21) won in an All-American time of 1:21.96. Heck won the boys’ 100 breast, breaking the state record in an All-American time of 53.73 in the prelims. The girls’ 400 free relay (MacDonald, Ramey, Megan McGrath ’22, Sathianchokwisan) won in an All-American time of 3:23.19. The boys’ 400 free relay (Dupont Cabrera, Seth Tolentino ’24, Atwan, Tomohiro Nozaki ’22) won in an All-American time of 3:02.73. In addition to the swimmers, Bolles had two divers contribute to the girls' team score.

Additional automatic All-American times included:

  • Sathianchokwisan, girls’ 50 free (2nd, 22.85)
  • Espernberger, boys’ 100 fly (2nd, 47.82)
  • Meyer, boys’ 100 breast (2nd, 55.39)01
  • 01H01a01r01r-[y Herrera ’22, boys’ 100 breast (3rd, 55.79)

Additional All-American consideration times included:

  • Girls’ 200 Medley Relay (Meyers-Labenz, Jessica Strong ’22, MacDonald, Julia Murphy ’24)
  • McGrath, girls’ 200 free (3rd, 1:49.31), girls’ 100 fly (5th, 55.06)
  • Ramey, girls’ 200 IM (2nd, 2:02.90)
  • Nozaki, boys’ 200 IM (3rd, 1:51.47), boys’ 100 breast (6th, 56.36)
  • Meyer, boys’ 50 free (prelims, 20.92)
  • Kaan Orhan ’22, boys’ 100 fly (6th, 49.70)
  • Sathianchokwisan, girls’ 100 free (2nd, 50.21.98)
  • Strong, girls’ 100 breast (3rd, 1:03.11)

View complete results from the state meet on the FHSAA website.