2017 Texas High School Swimming 5A Unofficial Call-ups

There's a good chance I got something wrong here. Please let me know if any corrections need to be made.

Edit 1: Missed some teams from Region 8 in the boys 200 free relay.

Time Region
200 Medley Relay
Girls
Kingwood Park 1:49.71 6
Lovejoy 1:53.04 3
Cedar Park 1:53.08 5
Georgetown 1:53.14 5
Coronado 1:54.02 1
El Campo 1:54.07 7
A&M Consolidated 1:54.53 5
Aledo 1:55.17 2
Boys
Frisco 1:38.51 3
Frisco Lone Star 1:39.85 3
Georgetown 1:40.21 5
Arlington Heights 1:40.33 3
Lubbock 1:40.43 1
Monterey 1:41.24 1
Johnson 1:41.42 5
Brenham 1:41.46 5
200 Free
Girls
Hope Jestes 1:56.12 2
Emily Merner 1:56.30 6
Meagan Clark 1:58.02 7
Morgan Gullette 1:59.55 3
Hannah Mosier 1:59.86 6
Courtney Fults 1:59.90 6
Hanna-Mary Cook 2:00.66 3
Lauren Kehm 2:00.97 5
Boys
Nikita Naumov 1:42.97 3
Armando Flores 1:43.26 1
Brandon Baron 1:43.31 3
Matthew Hammond 1:43.91 3
Daniel Rutledge 1:43.97 3
Eric Phegley 1:44.70 3
Joseph Carson 1:45.85 3
James Rude 1:47.23 5
200 IM
Girls
Emily Sandwisch 2:12.16 3
Katherine Smith 2:15.29 6
Bella Zapata 2:15.92 5
Rae Friesz 2:16.04 5
Abby Surley 2:16.08 5
Shelby Olson 2:16.13 6
Caroline North 2:16.19 4
Mackenzie Tovar 2:16.44 1
Boys
Kyle Bodemer 1:57.77 7
Thomas Lauerman 1:57.95 3
William Corona 1:58.09 5
Alexander Mancevski 1:58.78 5
Garrison Vacek 1:58.94 3
Noah Cuello 1:58.94 3
Thomas Haverdink 2:00.80 1
Vincent Sok 2:01.44 2
50 Free
Girls
Shea Gregson 24.17 6
Ava Longi 24.30 5
Karley Thompson 24.45 6
Jessica Ayo 24.49 6
Emma Ream 24.53 3
Kaity Carr 24.60 6
Haley Schultz 24.62 5
Karli Peterson 24.70 3
Boys
Cameron Young 21.21 7
Jack Easton 21.71 3
Ethan Nguyen 21.83 3
David Clark 21.84 6
Noah Levine 21.84 3
Logan Sandidge 21.89 7
Christian Hambrock 21.92 3
Jay Lenner III 21.98 5
100 Fly
Girls
Daria Erzakova 58.19 6
McKenzie Koch 58.70 3
Ruth Huffman 58.93 3
Kaity Carr 59.37 6
Emma Ream 59.43 3
Dove Niccum 59.54 6
Emma Frey 59.72 6
Joanna Moran 1:00.09 5
Boys
James Vaughn 51.41 3
Greyson Alarcon 51.43 5
Robby King 51.47 3
Ryan McManus 52.13 3
David Clark 52.55 6
Andrew Stowers 52.71 5
Maverick Marpa 53.24 1
Alexander Mancevski 53.58 5
100 Free
Girls
Andrea Unwin 53.31 6
Natalie Saul 53.33 5
Emily Merner 53.37 6
Kiley Moriarty 53.45 6
Haley Schultz 53.84 5
Kristen Perron 54.18 5
Meagan Clark 54.49 7
Hannah Mosier 54.66 6
Boys
Connor Lancaster 47.55 5
Hayden Michalik 47.69 6
Noah Levine 48.08 3
Hunter Scott 48.27 5
Gabriel Wood 48.27 5
Jacob Pyle 48.34 5
Reily Fisher 48.44 8
Joey Blair 48.56 3
500 Free
Girls
Hope Jestes 5:09.24 2
Aspyn Osburn 5:17.79 1
Hanna-Mark Cook 5:23.42 3
McKenzie Koch 5:24.30 3
Allie Blevins 5:24.59 2
Taylor Malin 5:24.88 2
Lauren Evans 5:25.76 6
Madison Perkins 5:26.23 3
Boys
Eric Phegley 4:40.71 3
Joseph Carson 4:42.96 3
Daniel Rutledge 4:46.08 3
Matthew Hammond 4:49.10 3
Anthony Sancho-Spore 4:50.13 6
James Leibham 4:50.77 2
Markus Egger 4:51.42 5
Joel Coppernoll 4:53.41 5
200 Free Relay
Girls
Magnolia West 1:41.20 6
Frisco Reedy 1:42.13 3
Cedar Park 1:42.37 5
Coronado 1:42.94 1
Frisco Heritage 1:43.00 3
Leander Rouse 1:43.46 5
Georgetown 1:43.48 5
Samuel V Champion 1:43.85 7
Boys
Frisco  1:27.68 3
El Paso 1:29.00 1
Alamo Heights 1:30.27 7
Arlington Heights 1:30.57 3
Mission Sharyland 1:31.12 8
Tuloso-Midway 1:31.27 8
Colleyville Heritage 1:31.49 3
Frisco Wakeland 1:31.66 3
100 Back
Girls
Emma Frey 58.76 6
Allie Giles 59.38 6
Corine Kaderli 59.93 5
Natalie Womack 59.94 3
Jaide Castle 1:00.03 5
Katie Tuohy 1:00.25 5
Abby Lin 1:00.44 3
Matti Friesz 1:00.79 5
Boys
Andrew Zhang 51.61 5
Greyson Alarcon 52.15 5
Zack Eagle 52.70 2
Will Barton 52.79 5
Ethan Dolan 53.44 3
Joey Belair 54.07 3
John Johnson 54.19 6
Ben Adams 54.71 1
100 Breast
Girls
Jennifer Roessler 1:04.25 3
Lydia Evans 1:07.80 5
Shelby Olson 1:08.31 6
Isabella Valles 1:08.32 1
Corine Kaderli 1:08.81 5
Emily Sandwisch 1:09.69 3
Hannah Flynt 1:10.31 5
Natalia Villa 1:10.59 1
Boys
Henry Wang 1:00.66 3
Tanner Williams 1:00.90 7
Garrison Vacek 1:01.25 3
Tobias Doerr-Garcia 1:01.48 5
Noah Cuello 1:01.82 3
Alex Lynch 1:01.91 5
Bradley Steward 1:02.33 1
Colton Creasey 1:02.40 3
400 Free Relay
Girls
Kingwood Park 3:37.53 6
Magnolia West 3:39.82 6
A&M Consolidated 3:40.97 5
Frisco Wakeland 3:41.31 3
Lovejoy 3:44.33 3
Frisco Independence 3:49.73 3
Granbury 3:50.53 2
Cleburne 3:50.73 2
Boys
Frisco 3:13.38 3
A&M Consolidated 3:15.42 5
Frisco Liberty 3:16.13 3
Georgetown 3:16.56 5
Alamo Heights 3:16.86 7
Brenham 3:18.27 5
Manvel 3:19.68 7
Frisco Wakeland 3:19.82 3



Comments

  1. Do they only take call ups from finals heat, i.e., if a kid from consolation finals is one of the 8 next fastest he doesn't get in?

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  2. That is correct Unknown. Jiwoo or any other swimmer for that matter must be in the championship final to qualify for state. The rule is listed in the UIL Swim Manual under the section called Post Season.

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    1. I found "The first and second place winner in each event of eight (8) regional swimming meets will advance to the State Meet. The next eight (8) swimmers with the best regional final times overall will advance to the state meet." Is this what you're referring to? "Final" seems ambiguous.

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  3. Agreed. I've read the manual and it says "The first and second place winner in each event of eight (8) regional swimming meets will advance to the State Meet. The next eight (8) swimmers with the best regional final times overall will advance to the state meet." So I can see the confusion. In the case of Jiwoo, he was "the best regional final times overall". There is no distinction between A or B finals. It just says "finals times". Did I miss a clarification somewhere else?

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    1. There are no 'B' Finals. While they are listed as such on heat sheets, that are the Consolation Finals, which are not the same Regional Finals.

      Championship meets are designed to have swimmers compete at a high level for two sessions not just one. Otherwise you would see swimmers intentionally tanking day one to "save up" to go faster on the second day.

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  4. And "overall" is also nondescript. So really, it seems like there's a very strong case for a B finalist, although rare I'm sure, if fast enough, could conceivably satisfy the requirements in the UIL manual as stated - 'swimmers with the best regionals finals times overall'. Therefore, in the case you mentioned, or with any swimmer that has the fastest 'finals times overall', he meets the UIL requirements as stated, and as such, per the UIL manual, would be able to advance to state. Rare case, but something to seriously consider.

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  5. Yes, but finals means finals. This will just encourage the elimination of a consolidation race. We dont want to get into a "everybody gets a medal" discussion.

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  6. It seems clear to me. It says final, it does not say consolations.

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  7. Consolation 'finals'. I get that it's clear to you. I understand your interpretation that 'finals' in your interpretation is distinguished by 'heat'. I'm sure it's an interpretation based on the practice you've experienced over years. I get that. Putting yourself into other shoes, however, you may be able to understand where there is ambiguity and confusion. It seems it is being said that the rule about pickups is based on an unwritten interpretation- one that seems clearly not well understood, even amongst different coaches and officials. Is there a place in the UIL manual or elsewhere (officially) that defines 'finals'? Because the word 'finals' also applies to the 'session' and is written in many places as such. Friday is prelims and Saturday is 'finals'. I'm just saying, if anyone ever wanted to legally challenge the pickups decision to state, e.g. In the case you mentioned, (unless the UIL manual, or the linked documents, defines 'finals' to be distinguished by heat vs by session), they would have a reasonable legal case and the swimmer should be allowed to get picked up for state (based on being one of the top 8 fastest regionals finals times overall). But that's just my interpretation.

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  8. The Texas HS State meet is one of the toughest swimming competitions around (especially when you have to come out of a difficult district and region). You have to be at your best or at least good enough for 5 separate days over a span of about a month. Some regions don't have to taper for regionals and can make State due to less competitive regions. That's just how it goes. Rules used to state that you had to be top 4 to be called up. That rule was eventually was changed to the top 8 or 'regional final'. It was never meant to be all 16 swimmers. Jiwoo didn't perform for whatever reason on Friday so that's it. I have seen it happen to tons of kids. Same reason why kids who have their goggles fall off at the State meet in prelims and end up 9th but smoke the consolation and championship heats the next day don't end up on the podium. That's life. The rules are there and the precedent is there. A consolation heat is just that - consolation - it doesn't really matter how much you win a consolation heat by - 9th is as good as it gets. Fortunately for him, swimming is an objective sport and his time will count towards All-State consideration (TISCA, District, Regional, & State times). Best of luck in Austin.

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