Boys

Outstanding Swimmer

Colin Bone/Catholic High, Sr.

Going 16-0 is impressive in any sport. Bone closed his illustrious career by doing it twice. He finished an incredible 16-0, placing first in all individual and relay races at the LHSAA state swim meet over four years. Bone pulled off the same 16-0 feat at the Capital City Swim League championships. He set state records in the 50- and 100-yard freestyles. His 100-yard freestyle time of 44.71 seconds also was an automatic All-America qualifying mark. He is a four-time CCSL MVP.

THE TEAM

Brennan Burke/Catholic, Sr.

Notched a third-place finish in the 100-yard butterfly at the CCSL championships.

Sion Cavana/Catholic, So.

Won the 100-yard backstroke and placed second in the 100 freestyle at CCSL meet.

Laurence De La Bretonne/Catholic, Jr.

Pulled off a CCSL double-double, finishing second in the 200 freestyle, 100 butterfly.

Dylan Goodrich/Denham Springs, So.

Claimed third place in the 200 IM and 50 freestyle at CCSL championships.

Miles Jantzi/Dunham, So.

CCSL runner-up in 100 backstroke won that event and 100 freestyle at Division IV meet.

Nick Lee/Brusly, Jr.

Won the 100-yard butterfly at the CCSL meet before placing second at Division III meet.

Tyler McCullough/Catholic, So.

Finished second in the 100-yard breaststroke for the Bears at the CCSL championships.

Jonathan Mckeough/Catholic, Jr.

Was the 100-yard breaststroke champion at the CCSL championships for the Bears.

Braden Nyboer/Catholic, Jr.

Division I and CCSL 500 freestyle champion placed second in 200 IM at both meets.

Mason Nyboer/Catholic, 8th

Had a second-place in the 500 freestyle and a third-place in 200 freestyle at CCSL meet.

Michael Padial/Catholic, Fr.

Another 2-3 CCSL performer, second in 200 IM and third in 100 breaststroke.

Shane Pendarvis/Walker, Sr.

Notched a third-place in the 100-yard backstroke at the CCSL championships.

Lance Rodriguez/Catholic, Jr.

The CCSL’s 200-yard freestyle champion finished third at Division I meet for Bears.

Nicholas Romero/Catholic, Jr.

Took a pair of third-place CCSL finishes in the 50 and 100 freestyles.

Luke Zeringue/Lutcher, Sr.

The CCSL’s 200-yard freestyle champion finished third at Division I meet for Bears.

Coach of the Year

Doug Logsdon/Catholic

It was another banner year for Logsdon’s Bears, who won their third straight Division I state title and fourth in the past five seasons. Even more impressive: Catholic claimed an incredible 26th consecutive title at the Capital City Swim League championships.

GIRLS

Outstanding Swimmer

AMY MILLER/St. Joseph’s Academy, Sr.

The longer the season went on, the faster Miller swam. She became the first Louisiana girl to break the 50-second barrier in the 100-yard freestyle, in a time of 49.97 seconds at the LHSAA Division I state meet. Miller also won the 100 breaststroke in 1:03.35, the fastest time in any division by more than three seconds.

THE TEAM

Lauryn Bass/St. Joseph’s, Sr.

Finished second in 50-yard freestyle and third in 200 freestyle at CCSL championships.

Abby Baumgartner/University, Fr.

Was second in 100-yard breaststroke at CCSL meet and third at Division III state meet.

Clayton Black/St. Joseph’s, Sr.

Won the 200 and 500 freestyles at the CCSL and Division I state meets for SJA.

Johannah Cangelosi/University, Fr.

The 200-yard freestyle champion at the Division III state meet was third at CCSL meet.

Abigail Cazes/St. Joseph’s, So.

Claimed a third-place finish in the 100-yard butterfly at the CCSL championships.

Claire Charpentier/St. Joseph’s, Sr.

CCSL 100 butterfly champ placed second in 100 fly and 500 freestyle in Division I.

Jeanne Frederic/St. Joseph’s, Jr.

Had third-place finishes in the 200 IM and 100 butterfly at CCSL and Division I meets.

Olivia Huffman/Dunham, Jr.

CCSL and state double-winner set Division IV records in 50- and 100-yard freestyles.

Annalane lee/St. Joseph’s, So.

Finished third in the 50-yard freestyle for the Redstickers at the CCSL meet.

Jolee Liles/Parkview, Fr.

Division III and CCSL double-winner set records in the 500-yard freestyle at both meets.

Rylee Moore/Parkview Baptist, 8th

Division III 100 backstroke winner was CCSL runner-up in 100 back and 100 butterfly.

Hannah Poche/Lutcher, Sr.

Finished third in the 100-yard breaststroke at CCSL Championships to lead the Bulldogs.

Chanler Turnley/Episcopal, Jr.

Set Division III records in the 100 and 200 freestyles, was second in two CCSL events.

Bethany Seagraves/St. Joseph’s, Jr.

Won Division I titles in 200 IM, 100 backstroke and took second in two CCSL events.

Coach of the Year

REBECCA BARBER/St. Joseph’s Academy

Consistency took on a new meaning with Barber’s Redstickers. St. Joseph’s won its fifth consecutive Division I state title. That’s the longest current streak of state swim titles for an LHSAA school. The Redstickers also won their 15th Capital City Swim League Championships title in a row.