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Swimmers and Divers Rack up Awards at District Meet

Lubbock ISD swimmers and divers had another successful run in last weekend's district championship meet. They set 14 district records and stood atop the podium in many of the events, winning all six relays and 16 of 18 events.

The Lubbock High School girls swim team secured their ninth straight district championship and the Westerners boys team snagged their eighth straight district championship. The team results are below:

Girls Swimming (Team)
1. Lubbock High School
2. Coronado High School
4. Monterey High School
8. Estacado High School

Boys Swimming (Team)
1. Lubbock High School
2. Coronado High School
3. Monterey High School
8. Estacado High School

The girls district swimmer of the meet was Shaena McCloud (Lubbock HS), who won the 50 Free, 100 Free, 200 Free Relay and 400 Free Relay - all new district records. Kolos Nagy (Lubbock HS) was selected boys swimmer of the meet, winning the 200 IM and 500 Free (new district records) and was a part of both winning 200 Free Relays and 400 Free Relays. 

In diving, the girls district diver of the meet was Payton Props (Lubbock HS), who won the diving event and set a new district record. The boys district diver of the meet, Rhett Hensley (Coronado HS), was selected for winning his diving event.

Coach Penny DiPomazio was named girls and boys team Coach of the Year. Coach Trey Hayes was named the girls and boys swimming Coach of the Year. 

Other individual school standouts include:

Coronado HS: Nathan Vigil and Jacob Garcia won individual events in the 100 Free and 100 Fly; Reagan Hayes won the 200 Free and 500 Free (both new district records).

Estacado HS: Mia Garza set a new school record in diving with a fourth place finish.

Monterey HS: Thomas Forbes finished third in the 200 Free and finished third in the 400 Free Relay.

Swimmers and divers rack up awards at district meet