Brook­wood boys, girls win state ti­tles

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Brook­wood took home the boys and girls Class AAAAAAA team ti­tles Satur­day in the GSHA state swim­ming fi­nals at the Ge­or­gia Tech Aquatic Cen­ter. In­di­vid­ual medals and team ti­tles were given for the AAAAAAA, AAAAAA, AAAAA-AAAA and AAA-A divi­sions.

The boys won with 359 points while Lam­bert (266) placed sec­ond and Lake­side-DeKalb (255) was third. The girls scored 349 points,with Parkview (274.5) plac­ing sec­ond ahead of third-place South Forsyth (241).

The Brook­wood boys placed first in the 200-yard med­ley re­lay and the 400yard freestyle re­lay for the sec­ond year in a row. Se­nior Ai­dan Stof­fle de­fended his 100-yard freestyle gold medal with a time of 44.05, best­ing his 2018 first-place time of 45.94. Stof­fle also re­peated his 2018 first-place fin­ish in the 100-yard back­stroke, scor­ing 47.62 to best his pre­vi­ous gold medal time of 48.98.

The Brook­wood girls’ team of Mad­die Cor­dle, Emma Co­hen, Lily Burke and Rea­gan Sweeney placed first in the 400-yard freestyle re­lay with a time of 3:29.39, edg­ing out sec­ond-place Parkview (3:32.03).

In Class AAAAAA, the Johns Creek boys de­nied Dal­ton their con­sec­u­tive ti­tle, scor­ing 476.5 to place the 2018 cham­pi­ons in sec­ond with 399. The Johns Creek 400-yard freestyle team backed up their 2018 first-place fin­ish by getting a time of 3:05.34 to best sec­ond-place Dal­ton (3:06.25) by 0.91 sec­onds. Se­nior Adrian Ian­nam­ico earned a first-place fin­ish in the 100-yard back­stroke with a time of 48.99, jump­ing up one spot on the podium from his 2018 fin­ish. The Cen­ten­nial girls climbed from third to first (329 points over Al­pharetta’s 263) since their per­for­mance last sea­son, plac­ing first in the 200yard med­ley re­lay (1:46.71) and the 400-yard freestyle re­lay (3:31.07). In the 200yard IM, Cen­ten­nial’s Katharine Ward de­fended her ti­tle, plac­ing first with a time of 2:03.80. Made­line Sin­gle­tary also placed first for the Knights in the 500-yard freestyle (4:56.59).

The St. Pius X boys claimed the Class AAAAAAAAA state ti­tle for the third year in a row with a score of 364 to best sec­ond place Wood­ward Academy (280.5). The Golden Lions 400yard freestyle re­lay team of Henry Hal­lo­ran, Noah Daniels, Blake Reynolds and Ian Grum placed first with a time of 3:10.4. Grum also placed first in the 200-yard freestyle (1:38.1) and the 500yard freestyle (4:26.38). The Cham­blee girls placed first with a score of 262, best­ing sec­ond-place St. Pius X, who scored 256. The Cham­blee 200-yard med­ley re­lay team con­sist­ing of Kyla Maloney, Jade Foelske, So­phie Bell and Teresa Maloney placed first with a time of 1:45.94. Foelske also placed first in the 200-yard IM (2:00.22) and the 100-yard but­ter­fly (53.81).

In Class AAA-A, the West­min­ster boys and girls both earned con­sec­u­tive state ti­tles. The boys scored 572 to best sec­ond-place Cal­houn (215) while the girls scored 445 to beat sec­ond-place GAC (273). The boys placed first in the 200-yard med­ley re­lay (1:34.3), the 200yard freestyle re­lay (1:24.7) and the 400-yard freestyle re­lay (3:26.85). The girls placed first in the 200-yard freestyle re­lay (1:34.89) and the 400-yard freestyle re­lay (3:26.85). First place fin­ishes for the West­min­ster girls also came from Gigi John­son in the 200-yard IM who swam a 1:59.87. The fresh­man also placed first in the 100-yard breast­stroke with a time of 1:03.09.

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