Spartan swimmers named All-Americans

  • Saturday, August 5, 2017 10:48am
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The National Interscholastic Swimming Coaches Association has recognized a number of Spartan swimmers as 2016-2017 All-American swimmers.

The association announced its swim team lists on July 7.

NISCA All-Americans are athletes who have achieved Top 100 Times in their event/relay during the season.

The standout swimmers from Bainbridge High, and their events, are:

Garrett Waite (sophomore), 200-yard individual medley;

Kevin Houseman (sophomore), 100-yard breaststroke;

Waite, Houseman, Makai Ingalls (sophomore) and Jude Wenker (freshman), 200-yard medley relay; and

Ingalls, Wenker, Parker Bushey (senior) and Waite, 400-yard freestyle relay.

Eight graduating seniors were recognized as NISCA Academic All-Americans (graduating senior, 3.75+ GPA, varsity letter): Adrien Chaussabel, Henry Bacon, James Muir, Mason Ogden, Annabelle Hill, Zora Opalka, Cameron Rouser and Samantha Sinopole.

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