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RYAN URFER COMMITS TO PITT STATE

Dual-sport athlete Ryan Urfer has made a decision on what sport he is going to compete in at the college level.  Urfer has pledged to join the Pittsburg State Gorillas as a pitcher for the baseball team. Urfer is a standout pitcher and swimmer for the Blue Springs Wildcats.  On the swimming side, Urfer was

SWIM/DIVE PROGRAM ANNOUNCES ALUMNI MEET

The Blue Springs HS Swim/Dive Team will host their first “Alumni Meet” on December 22nd, after the home swim meet against Blue Springs South. The Alumni Meet will begin at the conclusion of the 12/22 BSHS Swim/Dive meet.  The Varsity/JV meet is expected to begin at 12:00pm noon, so the Alumni Meet will likely begin

BOYS SWIM/DIVE PROGRAM CELEBRATES SUCCESSFUL SEASON AT BANQUET

The 2017 Boys Swim/Dive Team celebrated a successful season on Sunday night at the Adam’s Point Golf Club. At the banquet, a short video was shown (see below) with pictures that highlighted the 12-3 season.  Also at the banquet, the following awards were given out to Wildcat Swimmers/Divers: MVP: Tim Schweizer First-Year MVP: Ethen Gutierrez, Josiah Thomson

JAKE HUBBARD SIGNS WITH UMSL

Senior swimmer Jake Hubbard made his college commitment official on Wednesday.  Hubbard officially signed his letter of intent to swim collegiality at the University of Missouri – St. Louis. Checkout the graphic below of Jake’s progression created by the international swimming publication, SwimSwam:  Jake was the team’s top 200 Freestyler and was a member of

BOYS SWIM/DIVE: SEASON REVIEW

The 2017 Boys Swimming/Diving Team had their most successful season since 2011.  With a 12-3 record and first top 25 state finish in 6 seasons, the Wildcats have a lot to feel proud about. Diving Freshman Josiah Thomson and Ethen Gutierrez showed everyone that they will be forces to be reckoned with at the state level the next

6 SWIMMERS/DIVERS EARN ALL-STATE CONSIDERATION

The Blue Springs High School Swimming/Diving Team performed superbly to end the season over the weekend at the MSHSAA State Championships.  (SR) Shaun Van Hoesen, (JR) Sam Aubuchon, (SO) Tim Schweizer, (SO) Cogan Davis, (FR) Ethen Gutierrez, and (FR) Josiah Thomson all earned All-State Consideration as the Wildcats improved to finish top 25 in the state

BOYS SWIM/DIVE: MEET THE STATE TEAM

The 2017 MSHSAA State Swimming/Diving Championships begin this Friday at the St. Louis Rec Plex.  Head Coach Kevin Bigham would like to announce the 14 member State Swimming/Diving Team: SENIOR CAPTAIN – Jake Hubbard Jake is competing in the 400 Freestyle Relay at the MSHSAA State Championships.  Jake was the team’s top 200 Freestyler and recently committed to

VAN HOESEN BREAKS THROUGH AT LAST CHANCE MEET

Senior Captain Shaun Van Hoesen added another accomplishment to his already impressive high school swimming career on Monday evening.  Van Hoesen improved nearly 20 seconds in the 500 Freestyle to break the 5-minute barrier with a new MSHSAA Automatic State Qualification Time of 4:57.30. Van Hoesen was not the only one to break through at the

VAN HOESEN, URFER, AUBUCHON, JETT, SCHWEIZER, AND DAVIS EARN FIRST TEAM ALL-CONFERENCE

Saturday was a milestone day for a number of Swim/Dive student-athletes.  At the GKC Suburban Gold Division Conference Championships, 6 swimmers earned First Team All-Conference recognition.  Including Thursday’s diving portion of the meet, 9 members of the Swim/Dive Team earned First Team All-Conference honors. Senior Captain Shaun Van Hoesen was the only Wildcat to earn First Team All-Conference

THOMSON EARNS ALL-AMERICAN CONSIDERATION AND GUTIERREZ PUNCHES TICKET TO STATE

The 2017 Greater Kansas City Suburban Gold Conference Swim/Dive Championships got off to a great start, on Thursday evening at the Lee’s Summit R-7 Aquatic Center.  Freshman sensation Josiah Thomson clinched his first All-Conference honor (3rd place) while earning enough points for All-American Consideration.  Freshman Ethan Gutierrez also earned All-Conference recognition (4th place) while clinching his