McCallie Swimmers Earn High School All-American Honors

Blue Tornado Adds Seven Student-Athletes To Impressive List

Thursday, July 22, 2021

The list of swimmers who earned All-American High School honors was recently released and McCallie once again added to its impressive number of student-athletes to earn that recognition.

In the past three seasons the Blue Tornado has had 20 swimmers attain this honor. This past season saw them add seven more to the honor roll of All-Americans.

Among those honored were rising senior Sam Powe, who was ranked second in the country in the 100-yard backstroke. Powe was also the inaugural winner of the Male Swimmer of the Year in the Tennessee High School Sports Awards. He is the highest nationally ranked swimmer in McCallie’s history,

Powe set the Tennessee state record in the backstroke with a time of 17.17 and also won a state championship in the 200-yard freestyle with a time of 1:38.03, as well as being a member of the Tornado’s state champion 200-yard medley relay team.

Other members of that relay team, ranked 10th in the nation, were Will Hanger, Colby Maupin and Conor Kinley. The four set a time of 1:30.78.

McCallie’s 400-yard freestyle relay team was also recognized as All-Americans. Members of that team were Powe, Kinley Maupin and Strib Stribling. Nationally this foursome was ranked 52nd with a time of 3:06.19.

2020-2021 McCallie High School All-Americans:

200 medley relay (10th nationally): Same Powe, Will Hanger, Colby Maupin, Conor Kinley (1:30.78)

200 free (28th nationally): Sam Powe (1:38.03)

100 fly (98th nationally): Colby Maupin (49.63)

100 free (83rd nationally): Sam Powe (45.39)

100 back (2nd nationally): Sam Powe (47.17); (63rd nationally): Colby Maupin (49.63)

400 free relay (52nd nationally): Sam Powe, Conor Kinley, Strib Stribling, Colby Maupin (3:06.19)

For a complete list of High School All-Americans, click here.

 

 

 

 


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