The varsity swimming and diving teams concluded their seasons at the GHSA 1A-5A State Championship meet Feb. 7-9. Out of 56 schools in the 1A-3A divisions, the boys finished 12th, while the girls were sixth.
Defending state-champion diver sophomore Lizzy Kaye brought home another state title, finishing more than 95 points ahead of her closest competitor in the 1A-5A meet to become the state record holder and earn All-American consideration.
Senior Charlie Kaye (pictured) cemented his position as the most celebrated swimmer in school history. He set three Pace records, achieved an All-American time, two All-American consideration times, and won repeat state titles in the 100 freestyle and the 100 backstroke. Junior Erin Hood finished third in the 200 IM and fifth in the 100 breaststroke. In relay competition, the girls medley relay was fourth; the girls 4x50 free relay finished fifth; the boys 4x50 free relay was ninth; and both the girls 400 free relay and the boys medley relay placed 10th.