Drew Kibler, Carmel
The Texas signee, tied as the nation’s top-ranked swimmer in the 2018 class according to CollegeSwimming, broke a national record during the state meet prelims with a time of 19.38 seconds in the 50 free. He was also part of the 200 medley relay team that set a new national public-school record (1:28.00) in prelims.
Emily Weiss, Yorktown
The junior IU commit, ranked second in Indiana and 16th nationally for the 2019 class, set a national record with her 100 breaststroke win, finishing in 58.4 and beating the previous record of 58.56 set in 2015. She broke the state record (59.25) in the state prelims. She finished second in the 200 IM.
Brayton Lee, Brownsburg
Lee, ranked No. 2 nationally in his weight class, finished his career with a third consecutive undefeated season and suffered just one loss in four years. The Minnesota commit took home the 152 title, winning titles in three different weight classes. He helped Brownsburg to a second-place finish as a team.
Kennedy Craig, Evansville Reitz
Craig had the top average in her conference (170). She won sectionals, finished third in regionals, fourth in semistate and fifth in the state finals. The junior was a first-team All-State selection.
LaVon Hampton, Warren Central
Hampton tallied the most points of any male bowler in the state and had the top average in the Indianapolis Northwest Conference. He finished second in sectionals, first in regionals and third at semistate and state. He was a first-team All-State selection.
Sophia Hunzelman, Chesterton
The sophomore helped Chesterton to a state title, tying for the balance beam title and winning the all-around title for a second straight season. She became just the second gymnast to win the all-around title in each of her first two years.
Dolan Gilbert, South Bend St. Joseph
In 33 regular season games, the junior had a .925 save percentage and allowed an average of just 1.83 goals per game. In three state playoff games, he allowed just two goals.