Posts Tagged ‘Georgetown Prep’
After a dominating performance at Metros, the Little Hoyas are back on top.
The weekend’s Metro and Virginia region meets were fast, and the relays were among the best performances.
Stone Ridge senior Katie Ledecky goes out in style in her final high school meet, at Metros. Georgetown Prep won the boys’ title, Churchill won the girls’ crown.
Kate Ledecky swims her last high school meet, and more information on this year’s championships.
This week’s rankings have a new No. 1 after Georgetown Prep suffered its first major defeat Saturday night.
In team competition, Holton-Arms and Gonzaga reign once again.
In Kylie Jordan’s junior year, Madeira has a team capable of chasing down trophies.
Georgetown Prep finished strong at National Catholics in a calm weekend before the area’s postseason gets fully underway.
Georgetown Prep, Gonzaga and Holy Cross, St. John’s took home trophies Sunday after a fast “warm-up” before Saturday’s WMPSSDLs.
For the first time this season the top six in our poll all won.
No. 1 Georgetown Prep enters the Jan. 24-25 championship with four top seeded swimmers.
Georgetown Prep solidified its place atop the rankings with a convincing win over then-No. 2 Gonzaga during a week with few surprises.
No. 1 Little Hoyas flex muscles with victory over No. 2 Purple Eagles
The teams that have dominated the Metropolitan championship meet for the past 15 years meet in a head-to-head matchup Saturday.
The top five schools remain intact, but four new teams make their debuts in the rankings after a tumultuous two-week stretch.
High school times are hard to find, but here is a breakdown of how the area’s high school swimmers rank based on their club swimming times.
Georgetown Prep retains its No. 1 position, as Gonzaga, Oakton move up after two-time Virginia state champion Robinson fell. Poolesville, W.T. Woodson, St. Stephen’s/St. Agnes also make their first appearances in the rankings.
Here are a few second-year swimmers in Maryland and WMPSSDL we think could make the leap from standout freshman to breakout sophomore.
Returning nearly their entire championship squads, Georgetown Prep and Robinson sit atop The Post’s Top 20 boys’ swimming and diving preseason rankings.
Georgetown Prep senior Grant Goddard says Harvard is “right speed.”
Rising Georgetown Prep senior and Nation’s Capital standout chooses Southern California and Coach Dave Salo.
Stone Ridge’s Ledecky, Georgetown Prep’s Carsten Vissering set national records while the Little Hoyas and Bulldogs take home team titles.
Katie Ledecky sets three records, while the Churchill girls and Georgetown Prep boys win team titles.
Gonzaga wins only one boys’ event, but depth lifts Eagles. Holton-Arms rolls to second-straight title.
Georgetown Prep senior Michael Sprague is a rare two-sport — in one season — athlete, starring as a diver and wrestler this winter.
Katie Ledecky and Jack Conger put themselves in the national record books, and Wootton’s girls and Gonzaga’s boys captured team titles.
Gonzaga boys three-peat, Holton-Arms girls edge Good Counsel at Washington Metropolitan Prep School Swim and Dive League championshipsSaturday, February 2nd, 2013
Gonzaga captured its third consecutive Washington Metropolitan Prep School Swim and Dive League title while the Holton-Arms girls narrowly edged Good Counsel.
Jack Conger and Good Counsel’s standouts shined in their final tune-up before WMPSSDLs and Metros.
Jack Conger flirts with 500-free record; Gonzaga wins team title at Washington Metro Interscholastic Swimming & Diving Championships
Gonzaga enters this week’s championship meets as one of the hottest teams in the area, coming off wins at the National Catholic and WMPSSDL championship meets. They will be tested this weekend at the Washington Metropolitan Interscholastic Swimming & Diving Championship. The Metros finals are Saturday, Feb. 11 at the Germantown Indoor Swim Center, where the best teams from Montgomery County, WMPSSDL, and DCIAA come together for one of the best collections of high school talent in on the East Coast.
Weekly Wrap-up: Records tumble at WMPSSDL & Northern Regions; Montgomery, PW, and Loudoun Counties rev up for champ meetsMonday, February 6th, 2012
Freshmen all across the region impressed this week, in the first and second rounds of championship meets in Maryland and Virginia, with All American times and record breaking swims. Read round-ups from all across the area in this week’s wrap-up.
Stone Ridge’s Katie Ledecky breaks Olympian Kate Ziegler’s records in the 200 and 500 freestyle events at the Washington Metropolitan Prep School Swim and Dive League Championships.
Weekly High School Wrap-up: Fairfax, Prince William, Loudoun meets beat weather; Maryland meets cancelledMonday, January 23rd, 2012
A little snow didn’t slow down northern Virginia’s top teams, as perennial powerhouses concluded their regular season with wins. Maryland schools were forced to cancel their meets due to icy roads from the storm that hit Friday night.
The first day of NCSA Junior Nationals is in the books. Check out how the swimmers from local clubs Curl-Burke, Rockville-Montgomery and Arlington Aquatic fared on Day One and early in Day Two, and get links to see the full results of the first day’s events.
A round-up of area events, including the Virginia men winning the ACC championships, locals performances for Texas at the Big 12 championships, top performances at CAAs by Ashley Danner and Eric Knight, Oakton All-Met Kaitlin Pawlowicz’s nomination for USA Swimming’s race of the week and local clubs taking national honors.
The Washington Metropolitan Prep School Swim and Dive League boys’ swimming championship was held Wednesday evening at Georgetown Prep after the snow delayed the meet several times. In a back-and-forth affair, Georgetown Prep distanced itself late from rival Gonzaga to claim the win with 437 points, ahead of the Eagles 399.5 and DeMatha’s 376. FULL RESULTS ATTACHED!
Good Counsel’s girls take home a National Catholic title, while Seton School’s Jameson Hill and Holy Cross’s Katie Rogers win Most Valuable Swimmer over the weekend. Hill turned in two automatic All-American times and snapped a record set by Olympian Bobby Hackett that has stood since 1977.