Two State Records Fall as The Woodlands, Wakeland Clinch Texas State Titles

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The 2021 Texas 5A and 6A Boys State Swimming and Diving Championships took place on February 26-27 at the Bill Walker Pool and Josh Davis Natatorium in San Antonio, Texas.

Conroe The Woodlands clinched the 6A state crown by two points ahead of defending champion Humble Kingwood. The Highlanders set a state and 6A record in the 4×50 medley relay as Tyler Hulet (21.80), Roberto Bonilla Flores (25.47), Cotton Fields (22.08), and Aidan Flanagan (20.73) won in 1:30.08 to lower the old mark of 1:30.73 set by Comal Smithson Valley in 2019.

Cypress Woods also had a state and 6A record relay performance: Benjamin Scholl (20.44), Munzy Kabbara (220.69), Clay Crawford (20.58), and Luke DiMiceli (20.38) won in 1:22.09 to break the old 2016 standard of 1:22.54 from Katy Cinco Ranch.

The 5A state meet saw three class records go down, all from Georgetown. Their 4×50 medley relay team of Jeremy Kelly (22.76), Landon Alarcon (26.50), Danny Pinerio (22.17), and Corby Furrer (20.36) won in 1:31.79 while Kelly (45.47), Alarcon (47.73), Pinero (46.44), and Furrer (44.63) teamed up again in the 4×100 free relay in 3:04.27.

Kelly, who is only a freshman, was also under the old 5A standard in the 200 IM.

Below are full meet results and individual event champions for both meets.

6A MEET

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Top 5 Team Scores:

1. Conroe The Woodlands – 229
2. Humble Kingwood – 227
3. Cypress Woods – 173
4. Southlake Carroll – 156
5. Keller – 128

State Champions:

  • 4×50 medley relay – Conroe The Woodlands (1:30.08) **State & 6A Record**
  • 200 free – Keller’s Cooper Lucas (1:37.50)
  • 200 IM – Cypress Woods’ Munzy Kabbara (1:48.16)
  • 50 free – Westwood’s Sonny Wang (20.56)
  • 100 fly – Humble Kingwood’s Garret Green (47.80)
  • 100 free – Clear Falls’ Seth Reno (44.21)
  • 500 free – Plano East Senior’s Trey Dickey (4:26.77)
  • 4×50 free relay – Cypress Woods (1:22.09) **State & 6A Record**
  • 100 back – Conroe The Woodlands’ Tyler Hulet (47.47)
  • 100 breast – Keller’s Noah Beladi (55.28)
  • 4×100 free relay – Humble Kingwood (3:00.34)
  • 1-meter diving – Southlake Carroll’s Manuel Borowski (535.10)

Texas A&M’s incoming Class of 2025 was well-represented at this meet, as Kabbara, Reno, Dickey, Hulet, and Beladi have all signed their NLIs to swim for the Aggies beginning this fall.

5A MEET

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Top 5 Team Scores:

1. Frisco Wakeland – 215
2. Georgetown – 207
3. Humble Kingwood Park – 160
4. Angleton – 118
5. Austin Anderson – 92

State Champions:

  • 4×50 medley relay – Georgetown (1:31.79) **Class 5A Record**
  • 200 free – Georgetown’s Corby Furrer (1:38.11)
  • 200 IM – Georgetown’s Jeremy Kelly (1:48.32) **Class 5A Record**
  • 50 free – Lamar Fulshear’s Jake Litchfield (20.48)
  • 100 fly – Frisco Wakeland’s Conor McKenna (48.71)
  • 100 free – San Antonio Alamo Heights’ Connor Foote (44.38)
  • 500 free – Frisco Memorial’s Andrew Guziec (4:33.65)
  • 4×50 free relay – Humble Kingwood Park (1:25.92)
  • 100 back – San Antonio Alamo Heights’ Connor Foote (48.42)
  • 100 breast – Cedar Park’s Thomas Wu (56.29)
  • 4×100 free relay – Georgetown (3:04.27) **Class 5A Record**
  • 1-meter diving – Mansfield Summit’s Benedict Nguyen (551.65)

On behalf of Swimming World, congratulations to all Texas State Championship participants! 

1 comment

  1. avatar
    Beth

    Way to go, boys!