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TAPPS state swimming: St Agnes wins another team title

St. Agnes won its third straight state title. vype.com

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It was a successful TAPPS state swim meet for VYPE-area teams and athletes. Division 1 champ St. Agnes won its third straight state title to lead the team standings, while St. Thomas boys (D1), Second Baptist boys (D2), and Logos Prep boys and girls (D3) weren’t far behind as runners-up. Relay teams and individual swimmers added victories in 14 different events. Check out the final team standings (with bolded area teams) and the region’s race winners!


Division 1 Girls’ Standings (Points)

1. St. Agnes (205.5)
2. Ursuline Academy of Dallas (179)
3. Concordia Lutheran (125)
4. San Antonio Incarnate Word (70)
5. Duchesne (68)
6. Awty (57)
7. Dallas Bishop Lynch (52)
8. Fort Worth Nolan (44)
9. El Paso Loretto Academy (42)
10. Plano John Paul II (27)
11. St John XXIII (26)
12. Dallas Bishop Dunne (15.5)
13. Addison Trinity Christian Academy (15)
14. Brownsville Saint Joseph Academy (11)
15. Incarnate Word Academy (6)
16. Plano Prestonwood (4)
17. The Village School (3)
18. San Antonio Antonian (2)


Area Division 1 Girls’ Event Winners 

200 Yard Freestyle: Concordia Lutheran’s Erin Tilley (1:53.33)

50 Yard Freestyle: Concordia Lutheran’s Monica Gumina (23.30)

500 Yard Freestyle: Concordia Lutheran’s Monica Gumina (4:51.57)

200 Yard Freestyle Relay: Concordia Lutheran’s Monica Gumina, Kaiti Walko, Alexis Daubendiek, Erin Tilley (1:41.27)

400 Yard Freestyle Relay: Concordia Lutheran’s Monica Gumina, Kaiti Walko, Alexis Daubendiek, Erin Tilley (3:39.71)


Division 1 Boys’ Standings (Points)

1. El Paso Cathedral (190)
2. St. Thomas (128)
3. Concordia Lutheran (95)
4. Addison Trinity Christian (80)
5. San Antonio Antonian (79)
6. The Village School (74)
6. Plano John Paul II (74)
8. St. John XXIII (72.5)
9. Plano Prestonwood (34)
10. Awty (31)


Division 2 Girls’ Standings (Points)

1. Austin St. Dominic Savio (177)
2. Grapevine Faith Christian (130)
3. Second Baptist (107)
4. San Antonio Christian (79)
5. Regents School of Austin (65)
6. Episcopal School of Texas (63)
7. Fort Worth Christian (61)
8. Fort Worth All Saints (58)
9. San Antonio Providence (46)
10. Midland Christian (34)
11. Fort Bend Christian Academy (22)
12. Victoria St. Joseph (21)
13. Corpus Christi Incarnate Word (20)
14. Tyler Grace Community (19)
15. Tyler Bishop Gorman (17)
16. Carrollton Prince of Peace Christian (16)
17. Legacy Christian (8)
18. Corpus Christi St. John Paul II (7)


Area Division 2 Girls’ Event Winners 

100 Yard Freestyle: Second Baptist’s Sophie Newell (52.77)


Division 2 Boys’ Standings (Points)

1. Episcopal School of Texas (161)
2. Second Baptist (114)
3. Austin St. Dominic Savio (108)
4. San Antonio Christian (99)
5. Regents School of Austin (67)
6. Tyler Bishop Gorman (63)
7. Austin St. Michaels (59)
8. Fort Worth Southwest Christian (51)
9. Corpus Christi Incarnate Word (49.5)
10. Fort Worth All Saints (37)
11. Fort Bend Christian Academy (36)
12. Victoria St. Joseph (25)
13. Lutheran South Academy (24)
14. Carrollton Prince of Peace Christian (18)
15. Faith West Academy (15)
16. Legacy Christian (9.5)
17. San Antonio Saint Mary’s Hall (8)
18. Grapevine Faith Christian (6)
19. Midland Christian (1)


Division 3 Girls’ Standings (Points)

1. Lutheran High School of San Antonio (100)

2. Logos Preparatory Academy (92)

3. Austin Veritas (91)

3. The Woodlands Christian Academy (91)

5. St Thomas Episcopal (84)

6. Frassati Catholic (74)

7. Dallas Shelton (58)

8. Geneva School of Boerne (36)

9. Waco Vanguard (28)

9. Trinity Christian Academy (28)

11. Rockwall Christian Heritage (25)

12. Kerrville Our Lady of the Hills (24)

13. Austin Brentwood (23)

14. Bay Area Christian School (21)

14. Coram Deo Academy (21)

16. Arlington Pantego (19)

16. Colleyville Covenant (19)

18. Marble Falls Faith (17)

18. Bryan St. Joseph (17)

20. Midland Classical (14)

21. Denton Calvary (12)

22. Cypress Christian (11)

22. Waco Eagle Christian (11)

24. Victoria Faith (9)

25. Austin Waldorf (7)

26. Abilene Christian (6)

27. Dallas International School (4)

27. San Antonio Keystone (4)

29. Saint John Paul II (3)

30. Dallas First Baptist (2)

31. San Marcos Academy (1)


Area Division 3 Girls’ Event Winners 

200 Yard Medley Relay: The Woodlands Christian Academy (2:00.94)

200 Yard Freestyle: The Woodlands Christian Academy’s Megan Murphy (1:55.41)

100 Yard Freestyle: St Thomas’ Episcopal’s Kathryn Schwartz (54.84)

100 Yard Backstroke: The Woodlands Christian Academy’s Megan Murphy (59.66)

400 Yard Freestyle Relay: St Thomas’ Episcopal (3:53.50)


Division 3 Boys’ Standings (Points)

1. Austin Veritas (159)

2. Logos Preparatory Academy (118)

3. Geneva School of Boerne (113)

4. Legacy Preparatory Christian (74)

5. Frassati Catholic (56)

6. Cypress Christian (49)

7. The Christian School at Castle Hills (45)

7. Dallas Shelton (45)

9. Austin Hill Country Christian (41)

10. Amarillo Ascension (40)

11. Allen Academy (29)

12. Round Rock Concordia High School (23)

13. St Thomas Episcopal (20)

14. Trinity School of Midland (19)

15. Lubbock All Saints (14)

16. Saint John Paul II (13)

16. Sherman Texoma Christian (13)

16. Covenant Academy (13)

19. Lutheran High School of San Antonio (12)

20. Colleyville Covenant (10)

21. Pasadena First Baptist (9)

21. Brazos Christian (9)

23. Temple Holy Trinity Catholic (8)

24. Dallas Alcuin (6)

25. Northland Christian (5)


Area Division 3 Boys’ Event Winners 

50 Yard Freestyle: Legacy Preparatory Christian’s Clay Burkhard (22.16)

100 Yard Butterfly: Logos Preparatory Academy’s Joshua Sauer (53.46)

100 Yard Backstroke: Cypress Christian’s Elliott Jones (51.91)


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