Girls Swimming


AURORA | Jada Surrell-Norwood’s debut season in girls high school swimming finished in grand style. The Regis Jesuit standout capped her freshman season with a strong showing at the Class 5A girls state swim meet in February, a performance that netted her four All-American awards from the National Interscholastic Swim Coaches Association.


AURORA | City prep swimmers had their thinking caps on as well as their swim caps in the 2016-17 season. The National Interscholastic Swim Coaches Association (NISCA) revealed its nationwide academic awards for the year Friday and two Aurora teams and 12 boys and girls individuals were honored among Colorado’s representation on the prestigious nationwide list.


When it comes to the state swim meet, Regis Jesuit always steps its game up. Seeded sixth going into this season’s Class 5A girls state swim meet, the Raiders jumped up to third and even had a chance for second going into the final event at the Veterans’ Memorial Aquatic Center. Nine members of coach Nick Frasersmith’s Regis Jesuit team appear on the Aurora Sentinel’s 2016-17 All-Aurora Girls Swim Team, which is based on state results.


THORNTON | Final team scores, championship and consolation finals results from the 2017 Class 5A girls state swim meet Feb. 10 at the Veterans’ Memorial Aquatic Center. Aurora teams and individuals bold and uppercased: 2017 CLASS 5A GIRLS STATE SWIMMING FINAL RESULTS Feb. 10 at Veterans’ Memorial Aquatic Center Team scores: 1. Fossil Ridge 390 […]