Ellie Taliaferro Leads GPS Swimmers At State Meet

Sunday, February 9, 2020
GPS placed sixth at the 2020 TISCA State Swimming and Diving Meet.

GPS was led by Sophomore standout Ellie Taliaferro.  She placed third in the 50 Free and second in the 100 Free. Both were school and club records as well as NISCA Automatic All-American times.

Senior Emma Scruggs placed eighth in the 100 Back and 10th in the 200 IM.

Freshman Diver Kendall Rizer was 11th on the board.

Relays - 200 Medley Relay - Emma Scruggs, Catherine Lynch, Ellie Taliaferro, Brighton Smith 6th
              200 Free Relay - Catherine Lynch, Keller Williamson, Alana Ratchford, Brighton Smith 14th
              400 Free Relay - Emma Scruggs, Brighton Smith, Keller Williamson, Ellie Taliaferro 4th

Coach Roger Dahlke said, "I was very pleased with the girls effort all weekend.  The 400 Free Relay was a fantastic way to finish the meet for GPS placing fourth after finishing sixth in prelims."

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