The Gillette Aquatic Center is where all teams will be at, to try to win an individual and a team state championship.

3A:

Lander 20-peats as state champ. The Tigers doubled-up runner-up Lyman, while Powell finished 3rd.

Individually, Carl Krell of Kemmerer won the 200 yard IM, and 100 yard Butterfly (set 3A State Record), Griffin Leemon of Lander won the 50 yard Freestyle, and the 100 yard Freestyle, and Aidan Cain of Rawlins won the 200 Yard Freestyle and the 100 yard Breaststroke. Lander also won all 3 Relay races.

3A Coach of the Year: Lantien Chu - Lander

3A Assistant Coach of the Year: Tim Hester - Lander

3A Athlete of the Meet: Carl Krell - Kemmerer

3A Athlete of the Year: Griffin Leemon - Lander

3A Sportsmanship Awards: Carson Michael - Worland, Brendon Dunford - Kemmerer, Joe Kuntz - Powell, Joe Rogers - Powell, Sam Mittleider - Dougas, Aidan Cain - Rawlins, Aaron Harshman - Rawlins, Bryar Goodwine - Rawlins

4A:

Gillette reclaims the state championship...beating runner-up Laramie by 50 points. Kelly Walsh placed 3rd.

Jeremiah Young of Kelly Walsh won the 200 Yard IM and the 100 Yard Freestyle. He was also part of KW's 200 yard Medley Relay Team which place first, and KW's 400 Yard Freestyle Relay team which finished 2nd.

4A Coach of the Year: Josh Bott - Gillette

4A Assistant Coach of the Year: Adam Miller - Gillette

4A Athlete of the Meet: Jeremiah Young - Kelly Walsh

4A Athlete of the Year: Jeremiah Young - Kelly Walsh

4A Sportsmanship Awards: Caleb Stahla - Natrona