Boys

Outstanding Swimmer: Colin Bone, Catholic High

More fast times and individual records made Bone a logical choice to claim top honors on the All-Metro team for the third straight season. The junior helped the Bears to Capital City Swim League and Division I state titles. He also swam automatic All-American qualifying times in two events: 45.06 seconds in the 100-yard freestyle and 1 minute, 38.80 seconds in the 200 freestyle. Bone set state records in both the 100 and 200 freestyles in the Division I preliminary and finals. He also set a CCSL record in the 100 freestyle and posted the state’s top time of 20.91 seconds in the 50 freestyle while leading off Catholic’s record-setting 200 freestyle relay. The 50 freestyle time was fast enough for All-American consideration status.

The team

Matthew Arnold/Central

Won the Division II title in the 100-yard butterfly (53.86 seconds) and was third in the 500 freestyle.

Laurence De La Bretonne/Catholic

Was the third-place finisher in the-yard 200 freestyle (1:52.9) at the CCSL Championships.

Clayton Franklin/Zachary

Placed third in the 50 freestyle (23.05 seconds) as ZHS finished second at the CCSL Championships.

Connor Futch/Catholic

Won the 200 individual medley (2:00.69) and was third in the 100 backstroke at the CCSL Championships.

Brady Grenfell/Catholic

A double-winner at the CCSL meet, took first in the 100 butterfly (53.08) and the 50 freestyle (22.26).

Nick Lee/Brusly

Placed second at the Division III state meet in both the 100 butterfly (53.84) and the 50 freestyle (22.58).

Kirkland Mawae/Dunham

Won the 100 breaststroke and 100 backstroke at CCSL meet and won the 200 individual medley and 100 backstroke in Division IV.

Jonathan McKeough/Catholic

Was the CCSL meet runner-up in the 100 breaststroke and finished third in the 200 IM.

Braden Nyboer/Catholic

Won the 500 freestyle at the CCSL Championships in 4:52.21 and also finished second in the 200 IM.

Lance Michael Rodriguez/Catholic

Had runner-up times two at the CCSL Championships, placing second in both the 200 and 500 freestyles.

Nicholas Romero/Catholic

Was the third-place finisher in both the 100 freestyle and 100 breaststroke at the CCSL Championships.

Nick Seagraves/Catholic

Another Bear with a double-double, placing second in the 100 freestyle and 100 backstroke at CCSL meet.

Luke Zeringue/Lutcher

Excelled in the 50 freestyle with a second-place CCSL finish in 22.80 and placed third in Division III.

Coach of the Year

Doug Logsdon/Catholic

Things were definitely twice as nice for Logsdon and the Bears. Catholic won its second straight Division I state title and added a 25th consecutive Capital City Swim League crown. By winning three Division I titles during a five-year period, Logsdon’s Bears cemented their status as a consistent state power.

Team selected by the Capital City Swim League

Girls

Outstanding Swimmer: Clayton Black, St. Joseph’s Academy

Taking down a state record by more than two seconds punctuated a breakout season for Black, who helped the Redstickers win their 15th straight Capital City Swim League title and a fourth straight Division I state title. Black swam an automatic All-American qualifying time of 1 minute, 49.19 seconds while winning the 200-yard freestyle, setting a Division I state record. She was the individual champion in the 200 and 500 freestyles at the CCSL Championships. Black also finished second in the 500 freestyle at the Division I state meet.

The team

Caroline Beene/St. Joseph’s

Lone double-winner in Division I was first in the 50 freestyle (23.73 seconds) and 100 freestyle (51.27).

Mary Claire Beaver/St. Joseph’s

Had a second-place finish in the 100 butterfly and was third in the 50 freestyle at the CCSL Championships.

Abigail Cazes/St. Joseph’s

Placed third in the 100 butterfly at the CCSL Championships as SJA swept the top three spots.

Claire Charpentier/St. Joseph’s

Was the runner-up in the 200 freestyle and took third in the 500 freestyle at the CCSL Championships.

Jeanne Frederic/St. Joseph’s

CCSL Championships double-winner placed first in the 200 individual medley (2:13.01) and 100 butterfly (58.38).

Olivia Huffman/Dunham

Set a Division IV record in the 50 freestyle (24.33) and won 100 backstroke at CCSL and Division IV meets.

Jolee Liles/Parkview Baptist

Won the 200 IM and the 500 freestyle at the Division III meet and was All-Metro in the 500 freestyle.

Amy Miller/St. Joseph’s

Division I 100 breaststroke champion (1:04.34) also won that event and the 100 freestyle at CCSL the meet.

Lily May/Dutchtown

The Griffins’ lone representative on the team was third in 100 backstroke at CCSL Championships.

Anna Morris/Christian Life

All-Metro pick in the 100 breaststroke was the Division IV champion in the 100 breaststroke and 100 butterfly.

Dru Powell/Episcopal

Claimed All-Metro honors for the Knights with a third-place finish in 200 IM at CCSL Championships.

Chanler Turnley/Episcopal

Won Division IV 200 IM and 100 freestyle and was All-Metro in the 100 freestyle and 100 breaststroke.

Bethany Seagraves/St. Joseph’s

Division I state champion in the 100 backstroke (58.34) was All-Metro in that event and the 200 IM.

Bailey Stevens/Episcopal

Earned All-Metro honors in the 200-yard freestyle and was Division IV runner-up in the 500 freestyle.

Coach of the Year

Stephen Anderson/Episcopal

Encore performances can be just as impressive as the first act, a fact Anderson’s Knights proved while winning the Division IV state title for the second straight season. Episcopal was the runner-up to St. Joseph’s at the CCSL Championships. The Division IV title was the third in a row for the Knights, the Division III winner in 2012.