High School Swimming

Caldwell Academy at the 2022 PTAC Swim Championships

Caldwell student-athletes competed in the 2022 PTAC Swim Championship at the GAC on 1FEB. Competing teams included:: Forsyth Country Day School,, Greensboro Day School ,, High Point Christian,, CAldwell Academy,, Calvary Day School & Westchester Country Day School. TEAM STANDINGS :: WOMENS— 1st place FCDS,, 2nd place GDS,, 3rd place HPCA,, 4th palace C/A 5th Caldwell Academy at the 2022 PTAC Swim Championships

NCISAA State Swimming Championships Division II:Caldwell Academy Eagles that were in the pool

Caldwell Student/Athletes competed in the NCISAA DIV 11 Swimming Championship on MON, 10 FEB at the GAC. **********The BOYS TEAM are RUNNER UP STATE CHAMPS placing 2nd out of 14 teams. The following BOYS placed in the top 8 in the finals.********** 200 YD MEDLEY RELAY 5th place–Kieran Mohorn,, Noah Ramos,, Jason Brooks,, John Ramos NCISAA State Swimming Championships Division II:Caldwell Academy Eagles that were in the pool

NCHSAA 2020 4A Swimming & Diving Championships Green Hope while Gibbons’ Curzan takes down two NFHS Records

NCHSAA 2020 4A Swimming & Diving Championships Green Hope while Gibbons’ Curzan takes down two NFHS Records CARY – The North Carolina High School Athletic Association (NCHSAA) held the 4A State Swimming & Diving Championships at Triangle Aquatic Center with the Green Hope men and women sweeping the team state championships on an evening that NCHSAA 2020 4A Swimming & Diving Championships Green Hope while Gibbons’ Curzan takes down two NFHS Records

Caldwell Academy Swim Teams in Conference Championships at Greensboro Aquatic Center:Caldwell Boys Conference Champs

**********Boys & Girls Swim Team at Caldwell Academy participated in the PTAC Championship on WEDNESDAY at the GAC.********** Here are the RESULTS: BOYS TEAM CONFERENCE CHAMPS 1st place with a total of 6 teams competing INDIVIDUAL RESULTS — FINISHED IN TOP 4 200 YD MEDLEY 2nd place— Kieran Mohorn ,, Noah Ramos,, Jason Brooks,, John Caldwell Academy Swim Teams in Conference Championships at Greensboro Aquatic Center:Caldwell Boys Conference Champs

All-County Sportsmanship Invitational Swim Meet on Wednesday at the Greensboro Aquatic Center

On December 4, 2019, Western Guilford High School is hosting the All-County Sportsmanship Invitational at the Greensboro Aquatic Center. Warm-ups are at 4:00 pm with a meet start at 5:00. All public high schools have been invited. In addition to points awarded for overall team scoring, we will have an additional class vs. class competition All-County Sportsmanship Invitational Swim Meet on Wednesday at the Greensboro Aquatic Center

Ragsdale Tiger Swim Team/ Strong Representation at State Regionals/Freshman Tars headed to State Championships

ELEVEN RAGSDALE TIGER SWIMMERS PARTICIPATE IN NCHSAA REGIONALS STRONG PERFORMANCE TURNED IN BY DIAMOND R SWIMMERS Courtesy of Brian Herndon, Ragsdale High School Director of Athletics Ragsdale’s Tiger Swim Program was well-represented at this past weekend’s NCHSAA Regionals held at the Greensboro Aquatic Center. Our Swimmers performed well, and represented the DIAMOND R in a Ragsdale Tiger Swim Team/ Strong Representation at State Regionals/Freshman Tars headed to State Championships

Mid-Piedmont Conference Swimming Championships:Southeast Guilford Girls finish First/Eastern Guilford Boys #1

*****The Mid-Piedmont 3A Conference Championship Swim Meet involving teams from Guilford, Alamance, and Randolph Counties. The meet took place last night (January 26) at Winston-Salem State University.***** Girls Results Team Scores: 1. Southeast Guilford, 315; 2. Southern Alamance, 177; 3. Eastern Guilford, 142; 4. Asheboro High, 129; 5. Williams High, 121. Top Finishers: 50 Free: Mid-Piedmont Conference Swimming Championships:Southeast Guilford Girls finish First/Eastern Guilford Boys #1

Page Pirates make a Big Splash at the NCHSAA State Swim Meet:Lucy Pearce and Andrew Taylor lead the Pirate swim teams

(Courtesy of Page High School Athletics Director Rusty Lee) Congratulations to the Women’s Team: McKenzie Campbell, Hannah Copeland, Mary Grace Campbell & Lucy Pearce 8th Place Overall! (out of the 35 teams who scored points) Congratulations to the Men’s Team: Craig Herndon, Tanner Hering, Alex Holden, Reid Mikuta, Ian Robinson & Andrew Taylor 25th Place Page Pirates make a Big Splash at the NCHSAA State Swim Meet:Lucy Pearce and Andrew Taylor lead the Pirate swim teams

Joe Godette no longer AD at Dudley High School

Joe Godette out as the Athletic Director at James B. Dudley High School here in Greensboro and it all involves an issue that deals with the NCHSAA Regional Swim Meet…. CLICK HERE to read all on this from Joe Sirera at the News and Record….

Southwest Guilford Men’s Swimming 2015 Conference Champions

Courtesy of Southwest Guilford Athletic Director Brindon Christman: Congratulations to the 2015 Men’s Swimming Team for winning the Conference Championship yesterday. This is the first conference championship in men’s swimming since 2006. The Men’s team finished 2nd place last season to NWGHS by 6 points. From the start, the team never lost the lead during Southwest Guilford Men’s Swimming 2015 Conference Champions

Smith Swim Team improves to (3-3) on the season:Smith Golden Eagles Sports Report with Kenneth Brown Jr.

from Kenneth Brown Jr. with Ben L. Smith High School: Men’s Swim with the win: 83-48 over Northeast. The Swim Team improves to (3-3) 200 Free: 1st- Elliott Von S Brown: 3:03.91 200 IM- 1st- Christian Evans: 2:56.86 50 Free Style- 1st- Tommy Galagher: 26.97 100 Butterfly- 1st- Christian Evans: 1:27.81 100 Free- 1st- Malik Smith Swim Team improves to (3-3) on the season:Smith Golden Eagles Sports Report with Kenneth Brown Jr.

Smith Men’s Swim Team takes the plunge and when they come up for air they are the winners, 74-69 over EG

Courtesy of Kenneth Brown Jr. with the Smith Golden Eagles Swim Team: The Men’s Swim Team took on the Wildcats of Eastern Guilford and won in a thriller: 74-69 First Places 200 Medley Relay (Tommy Gallagher, Christian Evans, Jordan Bullock, Malik Norwood)- 2:13.43 200 IM (Malik Norwood)- 2:58.00 50 Free (Tommy Gallagher) 27.77 Eagles also Smith Men’s Swim Team takes the plunge and when they come up for air they are the winners, 74-69 over EG