Girls Swimming and Diving Wins District Title; Boys Runners-up

The varsity boys and girls swimming and diving teams competed in the FHSAA Class 1A District 10 championship meet last night at the Duff Tyler Aquatic Complex. The girls dominated the field claiming the district title and the boys were edged out by The King's Academy to take home the runner-up trophy.

The Scots claimed a total of seventeen individual and relay district titles in twenty-four events.

Congratulations to the following district champions:

Girls 200 Yard Medley Relay - Gabby Beltrano, Lucy Miller, Madelyn Rippo, Nicole Aguliar
Girls 200 Yard Freestyle - Emily Trieschmann
Girls 200 Yard IM - Nicole Aguilar
Girls 50 Yard Freestyle - Lucy Miller
Girls 100 Yard Butterfly - Nicole Aguilar
Girls 100 Yard Freestyle - Aspen Gersper
Girls 500 Yard Freestyle - Emily Trieschmann
Girls 200 Yard Freestyle Relay - Stella Urness, Lucy Miller, Erin Miller, Emily Trieschmann
Girls 100 Yard Backstroke - Gabby Beltrano
Girls 100 Yard Breaststroke - Lucy Miller
Girls 400 Yard Freestyle Relay - Emily Trieschmann, Nicole Mera Casariego, Nicole Aguilar, Erin Miller

Boys 50 Yard Freestyle - Tiago Pereira
Boys 1 mtr Diving - Jack Patton
Boys 100 Yard Butterfly - Tiago Pereira
Boys 100 Yard Freestyle - Ryan Nordheim
Boys 200 Yard Freestyle Relay - Zachary Moore, Tiago Pereira, Ryan Nordheim, Seth Berke
Boys 400 Yard Freestyle Relay - Ryan Nordheim, Zachary Moore, Seth Berke, Tiago Pereira

Girls Team Scores:
Saint Andrew's School - 607
The King's Academy - 434
Florida Atlantic University High School - 225

Boys Team Scores:
The King's Academy - 575
Saint Andrew's School - 490
Florida Atlantic University High School - 195

The Scots will be back in action at NSU University School on Friday, November 1 at 9:00AM in the 2019 FHSAA Class 1A Region 4 Swimming and Diving Championships

Go Scots!


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