2021 GEORGIA HS 7A STATE CHAMPS
- February 6, 2021
- McAuley Aquatic Heart, Atlanta, GA
- Quick Course Yards (SCY)
- Reside Outcomes on Meet Cellular: ‘2021 GHSA 7A State Swimming & Diving Meet’
The fourth and remaining Georgia highschool championship meet has come to an finish, with the Lambert women choosing up the group title by a mere 4 factors.
TOP TEAM FINISHES
- Lambert – 324
- Walton – 320
- Brookwood – 282
- North Gwinnett – 230
- Alpharetta – 222
The Lambert women kicked off their profitable marketing campaign with a victory within the 200 medley relay, getting a 23.18 anchor leg from Sarah Blackstone and hitting the wall at 1:46.17.
Individually, Ella Jones was the heavy hitter for Lambert, as she nabbed the 100 fly victory with a 54.17. The sophomore had an enormous meet so far as her lifetime bests had been involved, too– in her 100 fly win, she broke 55 seconds for the primary time. Within the 200 free, coming proper off of Lambert’s profitable 200 medley relay, Jones put collectively a runner-up end within the 200 free (1:48.53), breaking 1:50 for the primary time.
Successful the 200 free was Parkview senior Abigail McCulloh, an Auburn commit, in a 1:48.37. McCulloh had a much bigger swim within the 500 free, the place she gained by over 10 seconds, posting a 4:44.96 to come back a number of seconds off of her greatest.
Brookwood’s Lily Burke, a senior and Georgia Tech commit, was one other double winner: she was 2:02.69 within the 200 IM, then was again for the 100 free win (51.02) forward of Lambert sophomore Kara West (51.13).
West was additionally the 50 free runner-up (23.51) behind Campbell junior Allison Damron (23.26). On Lambert’s 200 free relay, West was 24.15 main off and Blackstone 23.63 anchoring, as the varsity gained one other relay.
To safe the win over Walton by 4 factors within the group race, in a remaining relay showdown, Lambert clocked a 3:31.31 to edge Walton’s 3:31.93. Jones was 51.43 on the third leg for Lambert, and Isakson 51.37 on the Walton anchor leg after her 100 breast efficiency.
The opposite winners yesterday had been Norcross sophomore Catie Choate within the 100 again (55.01) and West Forsyth sophomore Michelle Cummo within the 1-meter diving (549.65).