Salesianum and Ursuline were crowned state champions of boys and girls state championships Saturday at the University of Delaware.
Salesianum captured their seventh straight state championship accumulating 343 team points to out score second place Charter School of Wilmington. Salesianum only won two races which were the 200 & 400 freestyle relays, but were able to score points in seven different races throughout the night.
Ty Wilmore from Wilmington Friends and Aaron Stevens from Conrad School of the sciences each brought home two individual state championships a piece. Wilmore won both his state championships pretty handedly posting a 1:40.13 in the 200 yard freestyle. He then put on a great performance posting a 4:32.44 in the 500 yard freestyle. Stevens brought home his individual championships in the 200 yard individual medley and the 100 yard breaststroke.
Ursuline was able to edge out the Charter School of Wilmington by 6 points to capture the 2023 girls state championship by a score of 298 to 292. Ursuline didn’t win a single race but placed in 10 of them. Ursuline wins its first state championship since 2017.
Georgia Colburn, Laney Mullins and Rachel Bockrath all brought home two individual state championships each. Colburn won the 100 yard butterfly and the 100 yard Backstroke. Mullins won the 200 and 500 yard freestyle races. Bockrath won the 50 and 100 yard freestyle races breaking her state record in the 100 with a time of 49.32 beating her time from last year of 49.82.
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