West High swimming dominates conference awards

West High swimming dominates conference awards

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The West High boys’ swimming team has been dominant all season.

On Monday West High dominated the Mississippi Valley Conference all-division selections.

West High earned first-team honors in 10 of 11 events in the Mississippi Valley Conference Valley Division, led by Aidan Keen and Mark McGlaughlin who each earned first-team honors in four events.

McGlaughlin earned first-team honors in the 200 individual medley, 100 backstroke and both the 400 and 200 freestyle relays.

Keen was also a four-time first-team honoree, receiving first-team honors in the 200 freestyle, the 500 freestyle as well as the 400 and 200 freestyle relays.

Will Scott was a first-team honoree in the 50 freestyle, the 100 freestyle and the 200 freestyle relay and also received second-team honors in the 200 medley relay.

Oliver Martin made the first team in the 100 butterfly, the 400 freestyle relay and the 200 freestyle relay and was also a second-team selection in the 200 medley relay.

Matt Anderson was a first-team pick in the 100 breaststroke and the 400 freestyle relay and was a second-team pick in the 200 individual medley and the 200 medley relay.

Noah Bruns was a member of the second-team 200 medley relay squad.

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In the Mississippi Division, City High’s Abe Eyman Casey made the first team in the 50 freestyle and the 100 backstroke and was an honorable-mention selection in the 200 freestyle relay and the 200 medley relay.

City High’s Andrew Parr received second-team honors in the 100 backstroke.

Eyman Casey and Jacob Cabbage were both All-Academic selections for the Little Hawks while Jacob Cram and Anderson were All-Academic selections for West High.

MISSISSIPPI VALLEY

Coach of the Year – Chris Cruise, Cedar Rapids Washington.

Swimmer of the Years – Jared Thorson, Cedar Rapids Washington; Charlie Warren, Dubuque Hempstead.

200 medley relay – First team: Cedar Rapids Washington. Second team: Dubuque Hempstead. Honorable mention: City High (Andrew Parr, Cole Donahue, Abe Eyman Casey, Eric Thomas).

200 freestyle – First team: Cameron Kelley, Cedar Rapids Washington; Chris Duehr, Dubuque Hempstead. Second team: Jack Foarde, Cedar Rapids Washington, Tom Poggemiller, Dubuque Hempstead.

200 individual medley – First team: Nick Saulnier, Cedar Rapids Washington; Charles Warren, Dubuque Hempstead. Second team: Matt Jackson, Cedar Rapids Washington; Tyler Kamp, Waterloo East.

50 freestyle – First team: Jared Thorson, Cedar Rapids Washington; Abe Eyman Casey, City High. Second team: Nate Hermann, Dubuque Hempstead; Sean Johnson, Dubuque Hempstead.

100 butterfly – First team: Jared Thorson, Cedar Rapids Washington; Kyle Leininger, Waterloo West. Second team: Evan Stewart, Cedar Rapids Washington; Parker McNally, Waterloo West.

100 freestyle – First team: Nate Hermann, Dubuque Hempstead; George Durin, Cedar Rapids Washington. Second team: Jackson McNally, Waterloo West; Michael Janssen, Cedar Rapids Washington.

500 freestyle – First team: Cameron Kelley, Cedar Rapids Washington; Chris Duehr, Dubuque Hempstead. Second team: Nick Rober, Dubuque Hempstead; Jack Foarde, Cedar Rapids Washington.

200 freestyle relay – First team: Cedar Rapids Washington. Second team: Dubuque Hempstead. Honorable mention: City High (Andrew Parr, Eric Thomas, Cole Donahue, Abe Eyman Casey).

100 backstroke – First team: Nick Saulnier, Cedar Rapids Washington; Abe Eyman Casey, City High. Second team: Kaleb Donels, Cedar Rapids Washington; Andrew Parr, City High. Honorable mention: Eric Thomas, City High.

100 breaststroke – First team: Charles Warren, Dubuque Hempstead; Tyler Kamp, Waterloo East. Second team: Sean Johnson, Dubuque Hempstead; Matt Jackson, Cedar Rapids Washington.

400 freestyle relay – First team: Dubuque Hempstead. Second Team: Cedar Rapids Washington.

All-Academic – City High: Jacob Cabbage; Abe Eyman Casey.

VALLEY DIVISION

Coach of the Year – Dan Duclos, Dubuque Senior.

Swimmer of the Years – Ben Colin, Dubuque Senior.

200 medley relay – First team: Dubuque Senior. Second team: West High (Noah Bruns, Matt Anderson, Oliver Martin, Will Scott).

200 freestyle – First team: Aidan Keen, West High; Ben Colin, Dubuque Senior. Second team: Nick Topping, Dubuque Senior; Hogan Myers, Linn-Mar.

200 individual medley – First team: Mark McGlaughlin, West High; Calvin Greve, Linn-Mar. Second team: Matt Anderson, West High; Stefan Kitsos, Cedar Rapids Kennedy.

50 freestyle – First team: Will Scott, West High; Justin Arebaugh, Linn-Mar. Second team: Matt Peng, Linn-Mar; Brandon Sindt, Dubuque Senior.

100 butterfly – First team: Oliver Martin, West High; Matt Peng, Linn-Mar. Second team: Drake Stierman, Dubuque Senior; Zach Hendricks, Linn-Mar.

100 freestyle – First team: Will Scott, West High; John Colin, Dubuque Senior; Second team: Justin Arebaugh, Linn-Mar; Brennan Urbi, Cedar Rapids Kennedy.

500 freestyle – First team: Aidan Keen, West High; Ben Colin, Dubuque Senior. Second team: Hogan Myers, Linn-Mar; Nick Topping, Dubuque Senior.

200 freestyle relay – First team: West High (Oliver Martin, Will Scott, Aidan Keen, Mark McGlaughlin). Second team: Linn-Mar.

100 backstroke – First team: Mark McGlaughlin, West High; John Colin, Dubuque Senior. Second team: Calvin Greve, Linn-Mar; Brennan Urbi, Cedar Rapids Kennedy.

100 breaststroke – First team: Matt Anderson, West High; Stefan Kitsos, Cedar Rapids Kennedy. Second team: Paul Hummell, Cedar Rapids Jefferson; Brandon Yuan, Dubuque Senior.

400 freestyle relay – First team: West High (Mark McGlaughlin, Aidan Keen, Matt Anderson, Oliver Martin). Second team: Dubuque Senior.

All-Academic – West High: Jacob Cram, Matt Anderson.

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