Bosque School Swim Team Finishes An Impressive Season

Congratulations to Bosque School’s swim team on the completion of a great season! 

The team members all put in countless hours of hard work and practice in the pool, and their efforts paid off in the form of improved times, personal bests, and impressive performances at their competitions. Two of our Bosque School swimmers, Mattie ‘25 and Hudson ‘26, even qualified for and competed in the NMAA State Swimming and Diving Championships this past weekend! 

State Championships Results
Mattie swam two amazing races and brought home third-place medals in both the girls 200-yard freestyle and the girls 100-yard freestyle! 

Hudson achieved an impressive new personal record and placed 9th in the 200-yard freestyle and 11th in the 500-yard freestyle!

Way to go, Bobcats! We're proud of you!

District Championship Results
The girls finished in 9th place.
The boys finished in 8th place. 
Both the girls and boys 200 medley relay finished 13th overall. The girls 200 freestyle relay dropped four seconds and had the best time of the season with a 1:55.90. The girls finished 7th overall! Next year, we're looking for this relay to make a state qualifying time. We're about three seconds off right now. We will get there!

The boys 200 freestyle relay finished 15th overall and was right on their best time.
Individual events
Michael '25—didn't swim any individual events as he wasn't feeling great, but he showed up for the team so we could have a legitimate boys relay. Michael swam the first leg in each boys relay. 
Steven '25—received his best time by a little over a second in 50 freestyle with a time of 33.73. He was right at his best time for the 100 freestyle and finished 34th in each event.
Jonah '26—debuted the 200 individual medley and won his heat. He finished 8th overall in that event. With four solid strokes, we're looking forward to next season already. In the 100 freestyle, Jonah was right at his best time and finished 19th overall.
Hudson '26—finished 6th in the 50 freestyle with a time of 23.91. He placed 2nd in the 100 freestyle with a time of 51.75. He qualified to compete in four events at the state competition!
Bailey ‘26—finished 9th in the diving competition and 10th in the 100 freestyle, with her best time of the high school season of 1:02.64. 
Mackenzie '27—was right on her best times for both the 50 freestyle and the 100 breaststroke, finishing 42nd and 25th, respectively.
Sophie '27—finished 18th in the 200 individual medley and 23rd in the 100 freestyle. Both events were close to her best times. 
Rainey ‘27—broke 30 seconds for the first time in the 50 freestyle and went 28.69 for 12th place. She was also right on her best time for 100 freestyle, finishing 18th.
Mattie '25—was 2nd in both of her events by a fingertip. She bettered her state qualifying times in both the 200 and 100 freestyle. She qualified to compete in five events at the state competition!