Coed Varsity Swimming & Dive · Girls take down Cambridge and Chattahoochee; Boys Finish Second


  Place Points
Centennial High School 1st 137

In a highly anticipated battle between two of the top girls AAAAAA programs in the state, the Knights girls team pulled out a close win over Cambridge 137-131 and easily outdistanced Chattahoochee by almost 100 points. The boys young squad battled but ultimately fell to the more experienced Cambridge team but were able to outpoint Hooch.

The girls were able to win the meet due to their decided advantage in event winners. Centennial won 8 events including all 3 relays, Cambridge won 3 events, and Chattahoochee had zero event wins.

New State Cuts

Centennial earned 18 new GHSA state cuts.

Girls 200 Medley Relay (Deas, Ward, Sergile, Singletary)

Maddie Singletary (200FR, 500FR)

Sebastien Sergile (200IM, 500FR)

Justin Bender (200IM, 100BR)

Katharine Ward (200IM, 100BR)

Tessa Sergile (200IM, 100FL)

Elly Deas (100FL, 100BK)

Hannah Collerette (100FR)

Girls 200FR Relay (Ward, Collerette, Harkonen, Bender)

Venla Harkonen (500FR)

Alexis Bender (100BR)

Girls 400FR Relay (Deas, Singletary, Sergile, Collerette)

Event Winners

Girls 200 Medley Relay (Deas, Ward, Sergile, Singletary)

Maddie Singletary (200FR)

Sebastien Sergile (200IM)

Justin Bender (100BR)

Katharine Ward (100BR)

Elly Deas (100FL, 100BK)

Hannah Collerette (50FR)

Girls 200FR Relay (Ward, Collerette, Harkonen, Bender)

Girls 400FR Relay (Deas, Singletary, Sergile, Collerette)

Next Up: The Knights travel to Dunwoody to take on the Wildcats on Tuesday night before heading to Chattanooga for the McCallie Invitational on Friday.