Posts Tagged ‘Thomas Jefferson’
After an eventful championship weekend, Churchill and Langley back to where they began.
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.
Andrew Seliskar’s 47.14 second challenged the fastest time in history performed by a Virginia high school swimmer.
All-Met Andrew Seliskar set two region records in helping Jefferson win the Va. 5A North boys’ title. On the girls’ side, Stone Bridge and Jefferson finish second and third.
Friday’s Virginia 5A North region championships are a stepping stone for the Colonials in their quest of a state title.
The Bulldogs remain No. 1 but the gap between them and the rest of the top 10 has shrunk.
This week’s rankings have a new No. 1 after Georgetown Prep suffered its first major defeat Saturday night.
VIRGINIA | The No. 4 Colonial boys dominated Saturday night while still holding back All-Met Swimmer of the Year Andrew Seliskar. Their girls cruised past conference opponents for a second straight title as well.
Georgetown Prep finished strong at National Catholics in a calm weekend before the area’s postseason gets fully underway.
A lot of shake-up after Washington area teams competed in their first round of championships.
The Top 10 remained in tack as we head toward the start of the championship season, beginning Friday.
For the first time this season the top six in our poll all won.
Georgetown Prep solidified its place atop the rankings with a convincing win over then-No. 2 Gonzaga during a week with few surprises.
The fifth-ranked Colonials polish their racing skills by creating meets within meets.
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.
As the area’s elite swimmers go for best times at winter invitationals, high school teams are left with empty lanes and disappointing losses.
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.
After an upset-filled Week 1 of public school competition, Churchill remains on top but with plenty of shuffling behind the Bulldogs in this week’s The Post’s Top 20 swimming and diving preseason rankings.
Here are a few second-year swimmers in Virginia 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.
Churchill tops The Post’s Top 20 swimming and diving preseason rankings as it starts its defense of its 2014 Metros title.
SUMMER WORKOUTS | The returning All-Met Swimmer of the Year has his sights set on Pan Pacific and world championship success – and he knows how much work in the pool it will take to get there.
Two-time All-Met Andrew Seliskar displays his versatility to pace the Colonials to the 5A North region title.
Purdue sophomore Stephen Seliskar talks training cycles and preparing for the upcoming dual meet season.
The Oakton girls set a new meet scoring record while the Madison boys won with a true team approach at the Northern Region swimming and diving championships.
Janet Hu breaks two state and pool records to lead Oakton girls to their first Va. AAA girls’ swimming and diving championship. Cox upsets Northern Region’s best to win boys’ title.
The Va. AAA State Swimming & Diving Championship Meet kicks off on Friday, Feb. 17. Finals on Saturday. Who will take home the team title? What records could fall? Here are 5 storylines to follow at this year’s championship meet.
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.
On a night where few races were won without achieving an All-American cut time, Oakton’s boys’ and girls’ teams outlasted the competition to once again stand tall as the AAA Northern Region champions. Oakton’s boys beat Woodson, 281.5 to 250, at Oakmarr RECenter, despite not winning a single event until the final relay of the night.
It was an exuberant atmosphere Friday night at Claude Moore RECenter for the 2012 Liberty District Championship meet. Swimmers from all teams were in high spirits and ready to race. In the end, Langley girls and Madison boys’ again claimed the district title, Madison for the third year in a row. Abi Speers and Cyrus Hashemi shined for their teams.