Concord Girls Varsity Swimming

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2018-19 Girls Swimming Team Picture

2018-19 Girls Swimming Team Picture Front: Grace Brenneman, Elexis Ott, Sydney Poindexter, Allyson Cortes. Second Row:  Marissa Prough, Brooklyn Messenger, Gabby Sponseller, Myiah Chanley, Carlee Lantz, Stacey Garcia.  Third Row:  Lylian Haviland, Tess Lietzan, Allyson Valencia-Gonzalez, Nicoline Alnes, Sophia Trout, Kiran Stauffer, Olivia Trout, MaKayla Miller, Jillian Dawson.  Fourth Row: Kendall Crouch, Maddie Copsey, Min

Kal Findley, Haley Miller, MaKayla Miller Sign Letters of Intent

Congratulations to the following CHS student-athletes who signed letters of intent to continue their academic and athletic careers next year in college.  The signing ceremony took place on Wednesday, November 14, 2018. Kallaghan Findley – Purdue University – Boys Swimming   In front are Kallaghan Findley with his father Andy Findley and his mother Michelle

Nine Athletes Sign to Play College Athletics

Nine Concord High School athletes were recognized on Wednesday, May 30 for singing letters to continue their academic and athletic careers next year at the collegiate level. From left are Garrett Roberts (IUPUI Swimming), Lavontae Wagner (Trine Football), Zech Garza (Trine Football), Camille Lozier (Trine Tennis), Jacob Yoder (Trine Football), Maya Klopfenstein (Calvin College Tennis),

Girls Swimming State Finals Results

Congratulations to the following CHS Girls Swimmers who qualified for the IHSAA State Finals which were held on Friday and Saturday, February 9 and 10 at IUPUI in Indianapolis.  Concord placed 24th overall as a team. 200 Medley Relay Team of Alex Beer, Gabby Sponseller, Jillian Dawson, and Maddisen Lantz placed 22nd with a time

2017-18 Girls NLC Swimming Meet Results and All-Conference Team

The Concord Girls Swimming Team finished the 2017-18 Northern Lakes Conference season in second place after placing second in both the championship meet and the round-robin season. Congratulations to Jillian Dawson and Maddisen Lantz and for being named All-Conference, and to Alex Beer and Makayla Miller for being named All-Conference Honorable Mention. To see the final results of the NLC Girls

2017-18 Girls Swimming Team Picture

2017-18 Girls Swimming Front:  Madison Copsey, Brooke Farnham, Audrey Wurtsbaugh, Jaimee Hawley, Monica Alvarez, Sydney Poindexter, Emily Hess, Lindsey Williamson, Veronica Lidy, Kendall Crouch.  Second Row: Reegan Stauffer, Morgan Heiliger, April Ordonez, Carlee Lantz, Brooklyn Messenger, Tess Lietzan, Gabby Sponseller, Elexis Ott, Alyssa Kelly, Jana Fisher, Itsel Flores-Uribe.  Third Row:  Katelyn Zeser, Cate Stauffer, MaKayla

2016-17 Boys & Girls Swim Teams Earn Scholar Team Status

The National Interscholastic Swim Coaches Association has released the list of 2016-2017 Scholar Teams. We are proud to announce that both our girls and boys teams were recognized as Scholar Teams. The girls team received Silver Award status with a team GPA of 3.708 for the year. Indiana had 4 Gold, 7 Silver and 4 Bronze

Boone, Gomez, Heredia Named Academic All-State & All-American

Congratulations to the following members of the CHS Boys and Girls Swim Teams for being named to Academic All-State and Academic All-American Teams by the National Interscholastic Swim Coaches Association (NISCA): Lauren Boone Bezner (Jon) Gomez Alejandro Heredia This prestigious honor is awarded to seniors who are letter winners and achieve a cumulative GPA of

2017 Girls Swimming State Finals Results

Congratulations to the following Girls Swimmers and Divers who participated in the 2017 IHSAA State Finals on February 10 & 11, 2017. 200 Medley Relay Team of Alex Beer, Olivia Trout, Jillian Dawson, and Maddisen Lantz finished 18th with a time of 1:49.24. 50 Free – Maddisen Lantz placed 28th with a time of 24.65. Diving

Concord Girls Swimming – 2017 Sectional Champions!

Congratulations to the Concord Girls Swim Team who claimed the 2017 Sectional Championship on Saturday, February 4, 2017 at Northridge High School.  CHS won with a team score of 481, edging past second place Northridge’s 476 points.  This is Concord’s fourth sectional title in Girls Swimming, and first since 2012. Individual sectional champions for Concord