Breck-Blake Boys Swim & Dive are Class A State Champions

The Breck-Blake Boys Swim & Dive team are your 2020 Class A Boys Swim & Dive State Champions! This year's state championship makes them four-time winners of the title. For details about each heat, see below!

Congratulations, swimmers!

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Niels Wu ’20, Dominic Frerichs ’20, Daniel Gabriel ’22, and Charlie Egeland ’22 finish the meet with the 400 Free. The relay team took 6th with a time of 3:15.85!

In the 100 Breast, James Pan ’22 comes in 2nd with an Automatic All-American time of :55.14, Mitchell Brown ’21 takes 4th with a time of :57.17 and Charlie Egeland comes in 7th with a time of :59.79! So proud to see all these amazing swimmers on the state podium!

In the 100 Back, Charlie Crosby ’22 is your STATE CHAMPION with an Automatic All-American time of :48.51.

Charlie Crosby ’22, Mitchell Brown ’21, James Pan ’22, and Niels Wu ’20 take SECOND in the 200 Free with a time of 1:24.26! That’s a school record and an Automatic All-American time!

Niels Wu ’20 takes second in the 500 Free with a time of 4:45.84 and Lucio Bollettieri ’22 comes in fourth with a time of 4:47.33.

In the 100 Fly, Mitchell Brown ’21 comes in 3rd with a time of :50.29 and Nam Truong ’23 comes in 8th with a time of :53.35. Keep it up, swimmers!!

UPDATE: Mitchell sets a school record in the 100 Fly!

Charlie Crosby ’22 is your state champion in the 50 Free with a time of :20.41 and automatic All-American!

James Pan ’22 takes second in the 200 yard Individual Medley with a time of 1:49.74! That's a school record and All-American Consideration!

In the 200 Yard Free, Charlie Egeland took third with a time of 1:44.28 and Niels Wu ’20 took second with a time of 1:43.90. Go Mustangs!!

Charlie Crosby ’22, Dominic Frerichs ’20, James Pan ’22, and Mitchell Brown ’21 took FIRST in the 200 Medley Relay with a time of 1:32.66, an automatic All-American time! A great start to the MSHSL Class A State Meet!

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