Thanks to three wins and depth, the Laramie Plainsmen won their seventh consecutive Class 4A Wyoming High School Boys’ Swimming and Diving State Championship on Friday in their home pool. Laramie scored 252.5 points and pulled away from the field to keep their streak alive. They came out on top in the 200-freestyle, 200-freestyle relay, and 400-freestyle relay.

Laramie senior Tanner Lam pulled a small upset and won the 200-freestyle at a time of 1:45.38. The Plainsmen rallied to win the 200-free relay at 1:30.35. They capped the meet by pulling away in the 400-free relay for the victory at 3:16.44.

Then, the celebration was on.

Head Coach Tamara Bretting described the victory and some of the ways her team was so successful in the finals.

Senior Tanner Lam and junior Aiden Stakes were part of the three victories for LHS. They told WyoPreps about that championship feeling and what it took to reach the top of the podium.

Cheyenne Central finished in second place with 193 team points. Campbell County took third with 191 points.

Individually, two swimmers won two events apiece.

Cheyenne South senior Caleb Brewer won the 200 IM (1:58.30) and the 100 butterfly (51.81). The other swimmer was Sheridan sophomore Ben Forsythe. He took first in the 50 free (21.56) and the 100 breaststroke (59.91).

The other event winners were Campbell County in the 200-medley relay at 1:40.27. Gunner Seiloff from Rock Springs touched the wall first in the 100 free at 48.39 seconds. Campbell County’s Cy Gallion won the 500 free by a wide margin and with a pool record at 4:48.90. Camels’ teammate Brady Hunt took first place in the 100 back at 56.32 seconds.

Cheyenne Central freshman Brady Benne dominated the diving. He won by over 83 points with a final score of 460.15.

WyoPreps will have some individual features from the 4A boys’ state swim meet in the coming days.

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