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Baylor Off to HOT Start After Day 1 of TISCA State Championships
by Brian Gill 2017-02-10 18:57:00

KNOXVILLE, TN- The Baylor School is off to a hot start after day one of the TISCA State Swimming & Diving Championships. After Friday evening finals Baylor is first in the combined team standings, while the boys have the top spot with just an eleven point lead over Memphis University School. The Baylor girls are currently in fourth and just thirteen points out of third place.

The swim of the evening was Trey Freeman in the 200 yard freestyle. Freeman's time of 1:34.92 is a new TISCA State Record. Trey broke his own state record from last year by two seconds. The boys 200 yard medley relay of Zach Althoff, Matthew Boyer, Peter Lochmaier, and Gershwin Greene finished second with an automatic high school all-american time of 1:31.33. The Baylor School girls 200 yard medley relay of Jamee Mitchum, Addison Smith, Sam Suer, and Jewel Gordon finished sixth overall in the event.

Team Scores- thru Friday

Combined Team Scores Girls Team Scores Boys Team Scores
1. Baylor School- 231 1. Harpeth Hall- 128 1. Baylor School- 158
2. Hardin Valley Academy- 116 2. Hardin Valley Academy- 104 2. Memphis University School- 147
3. Brentwood High School- 82 3. St. Marys Episcopal School- 86 3. McCallie School- 66
4. L&N Stem Academy- 75 4. Baylor School- 73 4. Science Hill High School- 51
5. Ravenwood High School- 72 5. Ravenwood High School- 58 4. L&N Stem Academy- 51

Other Baylor School / Baylor Swim Club athletes finishing in the top 16 on Friday


Hannah Gill (7th-200 FR); Addison Smith (4th-200 IM); Jewel Gordon (9th-50 FR); Jamee Mitchum (8th-100 FLY); Taryn Dailey- East Hamilton (14th-100 FLY)


Trey Freeman (1st-200 FR); Prada Castillo (6th-200 FR); Luis Sebastian Weekes (4th-200 IM); Jack Kirby (6th-200 IM); Jason Greene (13th-200 IM); Gershwin Greene (4th-50 FR); Jack Best (7th-50 FR); Peter Lochmaier (5th-100 FLY); Zach Althoff (8th-100 FLY)

The final night of the TISCA State Swimming & Diving Championships will be Saturday with prelims beginning at 9:30 AM and finals will start at 6:00 PM.