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Tennessean All-Midstate boys and girls high school swimming teams for 2021

Tennessean All-Midstate boys and girls high school swimming teams for 2021

The Tennessean All-Midstate girls and boys high school swimming teams are announced today along with the six male and six female nominees for Middle Tennessee swimmers of the year. The winners will be announced on June 28 at the sixth annual Middle Tennessee High School Sports Awards presented by Farm Bureau Health Plans.

Girls
Hannah Babcock
Siegel, Sr.

Event: 1-meter dive

Nominee for Middle Tennessee Female Swimmer of the Year

Why chosen: Babcock won the state championship with 394.60 points.

Meredith DiPasquale
Brentwood Academy, Jr.

Event: 100-yard butterfly

Nominee for Middle Tennessee Female Swimmer of the Year

Why chosen: DiPasquale finished second in the event at the state championships in 56.53 seconds. She is ranked ninth in the state for the Class of 2022 according to Swimcloud.com.

Emily Harris
Ensworth, Jr

Event: 500 freestyle

Nominee for Middle Tennessee Female Swimmer of the Year

Why chosen: Harris finished third in the event at the state championships in 4:59.05. She is ranked 14th in the state according to SwimCloud.com.

Lindy Hunter
Brentwood, So.

Event: 100 breaststroke

Why chosen: Hunter finished third in the event at the state championships in 1:03.53. She is ranked fourth in the state for the Class of 2023 according to Swimcloud.com.

Hannah Jyawook
Independence, Jr.

Event: 200-yard freestyle

Nominee for Middle Tennessee Female Swimmer of the Year

Why chosen: Jyawook, a Connecticut commitment, finished third at the Tennessee high school state championships in 1:51.47. She is ranked fourth in the state for the Class of 2022 according to Swimcloud.com.

Zoe Summar
Centennial, Jr.

Event: 200 IM, 100 backstroke

Nominee for Middle Tennessee Female Swimmer of the Year

Why chosen: Summar finished second at the state championships in 2:01.49 in the 200 IM. Summar finished second in the 100 backstroke in 54.36 seconds. She is ranked second in the state for the Class of 2022 according to Swimcloud.com.

Gretchen Walsh
Harpeth Hall, Sr.

Event: 50 freestyle, 100 freestyle

Nominee for Middle Tennessee Female Swimmer of the Year

Why chosen: Walsh, a Virginia signee, won the 50 freestyle in 21.61 seconds. She won the 100 in 47.55. She is ranked first in the state and first in the country for the Class of 2021 according to Swimcloud.com.

Relays
Centennial

(Madeleine Koss, Fr; Zoe Summar, Jr.; Callie Clinton, Jr.: Abby Carter, So.)

Event: 200 medley

Why chosen: The relay team finished fourth at the state championships, finishing in 1:48.72.

Harpeth Hall

(Gretchen Walsh, Sr.; Lexi Stewart, Jr.; Margaret Petty, Fr., Annie Lea Choate, Fr.)

Event: 200 freestyle

Why chosen: The relay team won the state championship in the event, finishing in 1:35.05.

Harpeth Hall

(Margaret Petty, Fr.; Lexi Stewart, Jr.; Annie Lea Choate, Fr.; Gretchen Walsh, Sr.)

Event: 400 freestyle

Why chosen: The relay team won the state championship in 3:27.34.

Coach of the Year
Polly Linden
Harpeth Hall

Why chosen: Harpeth Hall finished third in the Tennessee high school state swim meet — higher than any other Nashville area team. Harpeth Hall finished with 212 points, behind state champion Baylor and runner-up Maryville.

BOYS
Clark Akers
Ensworth, Sr.

Event: 1-meter dive

Why chosen: Akers finished eighth at the state championships with 312.10 points.

Jack Flanagan
MBA, Sr.

Events: 50 freestyle, 100 freestyle

Nominee for Middle Tennessee Male Swimmer of the Year

Why chosen: Flanagan, a Tennessee signee, won the 50 freestyle at the state championships in 20.47 seconds. He won the 100 freestyle in 44.70. Flanagan is ranked second in Tennessee for the Class of 2021 according to Swimcloud.com.

Julian Killius
Hume-Fogg Sr.

Event: 100 breaststroke

Nominee for Middle Tennessee Male Swimmer of the Year

Why chosen: Killius finished third in the state championships in 56.89 seconds. Killius is ranked ninth in the state according to Swimcloud.com.

Jake Mason
Ensworth, Jr.

Event: 200 IM, 500 freestyle

Nominee for Middle Tennessee Male Swimmer of the Year

Why chosen: Mason finished second in the 200 IM at the state championships in 1:52.37. He was also second in the 500 freestyle in 4:30.28. Mason is ranked second in the state for the Class of 2022 according to Swimcloud.com.

William Massey
Hume-Fogg, Jr.

Event: 200-yard freestyle

Nominee for Middle Tennessee Male Swimmer of the Year

Why chosen: Massey finished fourth at the state championships in 1:40.71. Massey is ranked third for the Class of 2022 according to Swimcloud.com.

Rob McCall
Ensworth, Sr.

Event: 100 backstroke

Nominee for Middle Tennessee Male Swimmer of the Year

Why chosen: McCall, an SMU signee, finished second in the event at the state championships in 48.95. He is ranked third in the state for the Class of 2021 according to Swimcloud.com.

Oliver Pilkinton
MBA, So.

Event: 100 butterfly

Nominee for Middle Tennessee Male Swimmer of the Year

Why chosen: Pilkinton finished second in the event at the state championships in 49.15 seconds. He is ranked second in the state for the Class of 2023 according to Swimcloud.com.

Relays
Ensworth
(Rob McCall Sr.; Patrick France, Sr.; Jake Mason, Jr.; Noah Lucy, Sr.)

Event: 200 medley

Why chosen: The relay team finished third in 1:35.10 at the state championships.

MBA
(Jack Flanagan, Sr.; Isaiah Dulin, So.; Owen Reese, So.; Oliver Pilkinton, Sr.)

Event: 200 freestyle

Why chosen: The relay team won the state championship in the event in a time of 1:24.19.

MBA
(Oliver Pilkinton, So.; Isaiah Dulin, So.; Owen Reese, So.; Jack Flanagan, Sr.)

Event: 400 freestyle

Why chosen: The relay team placed second at the state championships in 3:05.25.

Coach of the Year
Pat Killian
MBA

Why chosen: Killian led the Big Red to a third-place finish in the Tennessee high school state swim meet, finishing with 172 points. MBA trailed state champion Baylor and McCallie in the team standings.

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