HomeSwimmingDivision 1-4 CIF Southern Section Champs Set For This Week In Santa Margarita
Division 1-4 CIF Southern Section Champs Set For This Week In Santa Margarita
May 25, 2021
2021 CIF Southern Part Part Swimming & Diving Championships
Could 20 – Could 27, 2021
Santa Margarita Catholic Excessive Faculty
Rancho Santa Margarita, California
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The 2021 CIF Southern Part Swimming Championships will happen this week in Rancho Santa Margarita, California. Each the lads’s and girls’s championships might be cut up up into 4 divisions. Whereas the meet was canceled for the 2019-2020 season, the latest model of the meets occurred again in 2019.
This might be a season-ending meet for many groups concerned after CIF canceled the State Championship meet.
Diving competitors was held final weekend.
Defending CIF Champions (2019)
Division 1 Preview
One of many largest names to look at on the Division 1 girls’s meet might be St. Margarita sophomore Justina Kozan is entered as prime seed within the 200 freestyle (1:46.67), and 3th in 100 free (51.12). Kozan is understood extra as an IMer, having taken gold within the 200 IM on the 2019 World Junior Swimming Championships however may have a go on the dash freestyles right here.
Kozan raced in 2019 on the Division 3 CIF Championships and gained the 200 IM with a 1:56.31 and the 100 fly in a 52.88. Kozan might be becoming a member of the College of Southern California girls’s staff starting within the fall of 2022.
Izabella Adame will enter as prime seed in each the 100 fly and 100 breaststroke, trying to enhance upon her 4th place end within the fly and second place end within the breaststroke from again in 2019. Adame in her final 12 months at Fountain Valley and has dedicated to swim at Arizona State starting subsequent fall. One other prime seed in 2 occasions is Valencia freshman Pleasure Lee who holds the highest seed within the 100 free with a 50.65 in addition to the 50 free during which she holds a 23.28.
On the lads’s aspect, Kyle Brill is the quickest entry in each the 100 backstroke and 200 IM, holding seed instances of 48.22 and 1:48.18, respectively. Through the 2019 model of the meet, Brill positioned twelfth in his sole, 100 backstroke, with a 58.23. Brill not too long ago certified for the Wave I Olympic Trials meet with a protracted course 100 backstroke of 56.58 swim on the St. George Sectionals in Utah.
One other title to look at might be Tesoro junior Anders Aistars who’s getting in first within the 100 free with a 44.96 and second within the 200 with a 1:37.53. He’s entered proper behind Loyola’s Rex Maurer within the 200 who holds a 1:37.09. Maurer can even race the five hundred freestyle during which he’s entered second with a 4:24.56 behind Matthew Chai‘s 4:23.39.
Division 2 Preview
St. Lucy senior Marly Lough might be racing within the Division 2 meet and holds third seed within the 200 IM (2:04.76) and 4th seed within the 100 free (50.92). Lough is definitely the defending champ within the 100, having posted a 50.11 again in 2019 as a sophomore. At that meet, Lough additionally positioned 2nd within the 200 freestyle with a 1:49.28 to Casslyn Treydte‘s 1:47.19.
Prime seed within the D2 girls’s 200 IM might be Michelle Tekawy who’s at present a senior at Corona del Mar and has dedicated to race for UC Santa Barbara starting subsequent season.
As for the boys, Notre Dame senior Evan Yoo holds 2 prime seeds, entered within the 100 breaststroke with a 55.05 and the 200 IM with a 1:49.84. In his remaining 12 months of highschool, Yoo has dedicated to swim for Military West subsequent fall.
Cruz Tester will head into the D2 championships with a number one spot within the dash occasions. An El Toro junior, Tester is the quickest 50 freestyler with a 20.78 to Justin Schneider‘s 20.83 and has the one sub-46 100 freestyle with a forty five.76 to Caden Noreen‘s 46.29.
Division 3 Preview
Grace Wharton is heading into the division 3 meet with a prime seed within the 500 free and a 3rd place seed within the 200 free. As a freshman at El Modena, Wharton is almost 3 seconds faster than second seed Morgan Kampfer and third seed Ayden Min who’ve entry instances of 5:11.22 and 5:11.24, respectively.
Ike Harms is the quickest entrant within the males’s 50 and 100 freestyle on the division 3 meet, holding a 20.47 within the former and a forty five.76 within the latter. Harms is a Canyon-Canyon highschool junior and can be part of the College of Utah within the fall of 2022.
Rowland junior Eric Yeh will try to enhance upon his 2019 outcomes the place he completed seventh within the 200 IM and seventeenth within the 100 butterfly. He’s entered to race the 100 again and 200 IM this 12 months as prime seed in each, holding a seed time of 51.63 and 1:52.61.
Division 4 Preview
The massive title to look at on the ladies’ aspect of the division 4 meet might be Hanna LaBrada. LaBrada sits atop the warmth sheets in each the 100 butterfly and 200 IM as a freshman for California highschool. Within the butterfly, LaBrada is entered with a 59.17 which is greater than 2 seconds forward of Regine Valdez‘s 1:01.67 second place seed. Within the 200 IM, LaBrada leads with a 2:14.74 which makes up practically a 5-second margin forward of Delaney Cowan‘s 2:19.62.
Additionally with 2 prime seeds is Kathryn Simpson, a sophomore for Constitution Oak. The sophomore will look to ship double dash gold for her faculty and can head into the 50 free with the one sub-25 seed of 24.72 and the 100 free with a 53.11 as the one sub-55 swimmer.
On the boys’ aspect, Tyler LeDet would be the title to look at within the dash occasions as prime seed within the 50 free and 100 backstroke. As a senior for River Springs, he ranks first within the 50 free with a 21.76 to Noah Gniffke‘s 22.81, and within the 100 backstroke, he holds a 50.78 which is nearly 6 seconds sooner than Daneel Polakoff‘s entry time of 56.54.
2 years in the past LeDet raced to a sixth place end within the 100 butterfly (53.64) and a twelfth place end within the 50 freestyle (22.49) on the division 4 CIF Championships.