The boys swimming season became the first winter sport to conclude its season with the state meet this weekend at the Capital Federal Natatorium in Topeka.
In the 6A meet, Washburn Rural finished seventh as a team, with three individuals and one relay team making the finals.
Seaman placed fifth in 5A, with five swimmers and one relay team going through to the finals, while Shawnee Heights had Luke Perkins qualify for the finals in both of his events.
Blue Valley West won the 6A team title, while The Independent School paced the 5-1A field.
Below are the city’s results from the state meets.
200 Medley Relay: Washburn Rural, 11th
200 Freestyle: Kristopher Frisch, Washburn Rural, 9th
200 Medley: Kyler Lamb, Washburn Rural, 9th
50 Freestyle: Dagen Clouse, Washburn Rural, 7th
100 Butterfly: Nathan Trachta, Washburn Rural, 12th
100 Freestyle: Dagen Clouse, Washburn Rural, 9th
500 Freestyle: Kristopher Fritsch, Washburn Rural, 6th; Yeager Larson, Washburn Rural, 11th
100 Backstroke: Kyler Lamb, Washburn Rural, 5th; Nathan Trachta, Washburn Rural, 15th
400 Freestyle Relay: Washburn Rural, 4th
Diving: Patrick Biggs, Seaman, 14th
200 Medley Relay: Seaman, 3rd
200 Freestyle: Daniel Ramirez, Seaman, 15th
200 Medley: Noah Florence, Seaman, 3rd
50 Freestyle: Devin Applehanz, Seaman, 9th
100 Butterfly: Luke Perkins, Shawnee Heights, t-7th; Colin O’Rourke, Seaman, 9th
100 Freestyle: Devin Applehanz, Seaman, 7th
500 Freestyle: Aidan Florence, Seaman, 7th
100 Backstroke: Luke Perkins, Shawnee Heights, 7th
100 Breaststroke: Noah Florence, Seaman, 3rd; Aidan Florence, Seaman, 10th
400 Freestyle Relay: Seaman, 7th