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Tupelo, Madison Central, St. Andrew’s win swim championships

class one final results

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class two final results

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The Tupelo boys and Madison Central girls continued their dominance at the MHSAA/Blue Cross & Blue Shield of Mississippi Swim State Championships on October 26th at the Tupelo Aquatic Center.

Tupelo finished with 137 points in Class II (6A), outscoring runners-up Madison Central (90) and Biloxi (47.5) to win a 13th consecutive boys championship.

Madison Central totaled 147 points, outscoring Tupelo (84) and Oxford (79) to earn a 6th straight girls title for Class II.

St. Andrew’s swept the Class I (5A/4A/3A/2A/1A) championships.

The Saints finished with 136 points, outscoring St. Joseph (114) and Pearl River Central (61) for their 5th boys state championship since 2012.

The Lady Saints edged runners-up St. Joseph (89) and Our Lady Academy (88) for their 5th girls state title since the MHSAA went to its current two-classification swim format in 2011.

A total of six MHSAA Overall State Meet records were broken:

  • Taylor Williams, Center Hill, 56.07 seconds in the boys 100-yard breaststroke
  • Julia Dennis, Oxford, 23.42 in the girls 50 freestyle
  • Cassie Howell, Madison Central, 51.45 in the girls 100 freestyle
  • Gabrielle Ivey, Ocean Springs, 1 minute, 52.51 seconds in the girls 200 freestyle
  • Cassie Howell, Madison Central, 54.87 in the girls 100 backstroke
  • Madison Central, 3:36.82 in the girls 400 relay (Ella Gibbs, Cassie Howell, Ella Thomas, Kimberly McCaffrey)

 

 

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