Sion Cavana • CATHOLIC • Jr.

It was a year of important firsts for Cavana, who helped the Bears win their fourth straight Division I state title. The junior won the 200-yard freestyle in 1 minute, 41.66 seconds and the 100 freestyle in 46.88 seconds. Both times were the fastest swum in any of the LHSAA’s four championship divisions.


David Boylan • East Ascension • So.

Was the third-place finisher in the 100 backstroke at the CCSL Championships.

Grant Dawson • CATHOLIC • Jr.

Helped Bears win another CCSL title by placing second in the 100 backstroke.

Logan Gurganus • BRUSLY • Sr.

Had a third-place finish in the 100 breaststroke at the CCSL Championships.

Miles Jantzi • DUNHAM • So.

Won the 100 backstroke and 100 freestyle to net Division IV MVP honors.

Nick Lee • BRUSLY • Sr.

Division III MVP won the 100 butterfly and 50 freestyle at state and CCSL.

Tyler McCullough • CATHOLIC • Jr.

Had a second-place finish in 100 breaststroke at CCSL Championships.

Jonathan Mckeough • CATHOLIC • Sr.

Won 100 breaststroke at CCSL meet and also was the Division I runner-up.

Braden Nyboer • CATHOLIC • Sr.

CCSL runner-up in 200 IM and 500 freestyle was fourth in two Division I events.

Mason Nyboer • CATHOLIC • Fr.

Won the 500 freestyle at the Division I and CCSL Championships for the Bears.

Michael Padial • CATHOLIC • So.

CCSL 200 IM champ and 100 butterfly runner-up had two top-5 Division I finishes.

Jack Penniman • BATON ROUGE HIGH • Jr.

Led the way for the Bulldogs with second-place CCSL finish in the 200 freestyle.

Carter Richard • CATHOLIC • Sr.

Claimed third place in the 50- and 100-yard freestyles at the CCSL meet.

Lance Michael Rodriguez • CATHOLIC • Sr.

Helped Bears win another CCSL title with a third-place finish in the 200 freestyle.

Nicholas Romero • CATHOLIC • Sr.

Division I runner-up in 50 freestyle was CCSL runner-up in 50 & 100 freestyles.

Daniel Woodruff • CATHOLIC • So.

Finished third at CCSL meet in the 200 IM and the 500 freestyles.


Doug Logsdon • CATHOLIC

Another year brought even more success to Logsdon’s Bears. Catholic won its fourth consecutive Division I state title, its fifth in six years and also claimed an incredible 27th Capitol City Swim League title in a row.



Jolee Liles • Parkview Baptist • So.

Fast times were part of the story for Liles, who swam an All-American consideration record time of 4 minutes, 53.27 seconds in the 500-yard freestyle at the Capital City Swim League Championships. She broke a 20-year-old record by winning the 200 individual medley in 2:02.96 and was the Outstanding Swimmer in Division III.


Kirby Black • ST. JOSEPH’S • So.

Finished third in the 100-yard backstroke at the CCSL Championships.

Johannah Cangelosi • UNIVERSITY • So.

Won 200 freestyle; second in 500 freestyle at CCSL and Division III meets.

Abigail Cazaes • ST. JOSEPH’S • Jr.

Placed second in the 100 butterfly at the CCSL Championships.

Carley Foster • EAST ASCENSION • So.

Provided a highlight for EA by finishing third in 200 IM at CCSL Championships.

Olivia Huffman • DUNHAM • Sr.

Division IV Outstanding Swimmer had area’s top times in 50 and 100 freestyles.

Annalane Lee • ST. JOSEPH’S • Jr.

Placed third in the 100 freestyle at CCSL and Division I meets.

Madeline Lemoine • ST. JOSEPH’S • Jr.

Finished third in the 100 butterfly as a part of Redstickers’ CCSL victory.

Abigail Mawae • Dunham • Jr.

Division IV 100 breaststroke winner was second at CCSL, third in 200 freestyle.

Rylee Moore • PARKVIEW BAPTIST • 8th

Won 100 backstroke and 100 butterfly at CCSL and Division III championships.

Maddy Ogea • UNIVERSITY • Sr.

Scored key points for the Cubs by placing third in 100 breaststroke at CCSL.

Nora Scott • BATON ROUGE HIGH • So.

Division I champion in the 50 freestyle was second in the event at CCSL meet.

Bethany Seagraves • ST. JOSEPH’S • Sr.

Division I MVP won 200 IM and 100 backstroke at CCSL and Division I meets.

Bailey Stevens • EPISCOPAL • Sr.

Took second in 200 freestyle and third in 500 freestyle at Division III, CCSL meets.

Chanler Turnley • EPISCOPAL • Sr.

A double winner at the Division III meet in 100 freestyle and 100 breaststroke.

Jenna Van Hoogstraten • UNIVERISTY • Fr.

One of the area’s sprinters finished third in the 50 freestyle at CCSL meet.


Becca Barber Gilbert • ST. JOSEPH’S

Gilbert’s Redstickers continued LHSAA’s longest current swimming success story by winning their sixth Division I state title. SJA also won its 16th consecutive Capital City Swim League title with a team that relied on depth and quality.

Teams selected by the Capital City Swim League