State Swimming and Diving hits the pool in Gillette this weekend with 4A first.

There are 12 teams in each division, 3A and 4A, competing for titles and All American status at the Gillette Aquatic Center.

4A:

Kelly Walsh repeats as 4A state champs, with 253 points.

Jeremy Young of KW won the 100 yard freestyle and the 200 IM.

Rock Springs was runner-up with 200. Kayden Harbison of RS won both the 200 yard and 500 yard freestyle.

4A Team Scores:

1. Kelly Walsh - 253 points

2. Rock Springs - 200

3. Gillette - 192

4. Laramie - 187

5. East - 158

6. South - 104

7. Sheridan - 83

8. Central - 62

9. Evanston - 56

10. Green River - 38

11. Riverton - 34

12. Natrona - 24

4A Boys Coach of the Year: Ron DeFauw - Rock Springs

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

4A Boys Athlete of the Meet: Jeremy Young - Kelly Walsh

4A Boys Athlete of the Year: Jeremy Young - Kelly Walsh

4A Sportsmanship Award: Tyler Klamm - Gillette

 

3A:

Lander 19-peated as state champs.

In the preliminaries, the Tigers' 200 Yard Medley Relay Team set a new 3A Record with a time of 1 minute 39.15 seconds. Tucker Russell, Ryan Crawford, Chase Bolding, and Griffin Leemon. The old record was 1:40.46.

3A Team Scores:

1. Lander - 377

2. Powell - 185

3. Kemmerer - 152

4. Worland - 142

5. Sublette County - 119

6. Lyman - 114

7. Douglas - 83

8. Buffalo - 72

9. Cody - 65

10. Rawlins - 51

3A Co-Coaches of the Year: Bruce Gresly - Lander AND Greg Gray - Kemmerer

3A Assistant Coach of the Year: Kami Dietrich - Kemmerer

3A Athlete of the Meet: Tucker Russell - Lander

3A Athlete of the Year: Ben Wetzel - Powell

3A Sportsmanship Awards: Manny Munoz - Worland, Adam Aase - Kemmerer, Kimball Boyd - Kemmerer, Caleb Truman - Worland