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Eight Katy ISD swimmers were named to the Texas Interscholastic Swimming Coaches Association All-State first team after the 2021-2022 swimming and diving season. more
Over 353,936 students are involved in aquatics at the high school level with only 2% of those students making it to the All-American level in swimming diving, water polo or academic excellence  where a minium of a 3.75 GPA is required. more
Jordan won both the boys and girls Region V-5A Regional on Tuesday, advancing a number of athletes to the state meet. more
Taylor finished with 247 points to take gold while Tompkins got the silver with 245.50 points and Clements took home bronze. more
The Jordan girls scored 174.5 points to take home gold, their closest competitor was Magnolia, which had 99 points. The Jordan boys had 134 points with the next closest again being Magnolia, who came away with 118 points. more
Seven Lakes took home the girls gold and Tompkins took home the gold for the boys over during this weekends District 19-6A swimming and diving meet. more
Maddie Welborn made sure her final state appearance left a mark. more
During her freshman year at Cinco Ranch High School, Seven Lakes senior Maddie Welborn was exhausted. For months upon months, almost every morning and every night, she trained for swimming. She was burnt out, and because of it she started to see a dip in her performance. more
Katy ISD qualified five regional champions and eight relay teams to the UIL state swimming and diving championships at the Bill Walker Pool and Josh Davis Natatorium in San Antonio. The boys compete Feb. 26-27 and the girls compete March 1-2. more
Taylor’s girls swim team was not nervous or anxious heading into the Region V-6A swim meet in Cypress on Friday, Feb. 5. more
Following the graduation of senior Emma Sticklen, Taylor swim coach Matt Apple gave his girls team something to think about going into this season. more
Jordan and Paetow competed at the District 21-5A swim championships on Friday, Jan. 29, at the Conroe ISD Natatorium. It is the inaugural year of competition for the Jordan High swim teams, and each had impressive first impressions. more
Taylor dominated the District 19-6A swim meets this weekend, sweeping the boys and girls team championships. more
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