Blue Springs Boys Varsity Swimming

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DAVIS, SCHWEIZER AND THOMSON EARN FIRST TEAM ALL-STATE FOR BOYS SWIM/DIVE

Seniors Tim Schweizer and Cogan Davis and Junior Josiah Thomson each earned First Team All-State for their individual performances at the MSHSAA Class 2 State Swimming/Diving Championships, over the weekend.  Schweizer (100 Breaststroke), Davis (100 Backstroke), and Thomson (Diving) each placed in the top 8 to give the BSHS Boys Swim/Dive Team their first All-State

BOYS SWIM/DIVE EARNS 3RD AT CONFERENCE

The Boys Swim/Dive Team had its best team conference finish since 2013 over the weekend by earning 3rd place at the Conference Championship Meet.  The Wildcats were led by First Team All-Conference performers: Josiah Thomson, Cogan Davis, Tim Schweizer, Gabe Marthaler, Grayden Peoples, JJ Davis, and Blake Nieman.  Ben Thomas, Derek Banta, Jack Johnson, Larry

JOSIAH THOMSON WINS CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIP IN DIVING

Junior All-Everything Diver Josiah Thomson added another accomplishment to his already impressive career on Saturday.  Thomson won his first individual conference championship in diving at the GKC Suburban Gold Conference Swim/Dive Meet.  Teammates JJ Davis (5th place) and Blake Nieman (7th place) also earned First Team All-Conference at this event.  Alex Mosser was named Honorable

THOMSON BREAKS MEET RECORD AT SEDALIA INVITATIONAL

Junior Diver Josiah Thomson beat the meet record and won the individual championship at the Sedalia Diving Invitational over the weekend.  Thomson, the metro’s top diver, continues to exceed expectations after leading the Boys Swim/Dive Team to a 28-1 overall record.  Freshman JJ Davis also earned a medal at this invitational. Both divers have already

BOYS SWIM/DIVE ENDS REGULAR SEASON WITH VICTORIES OVER SEDALIA AND ST JOE CENTRAL

    The Boys Swim/Dive Team defeated Sedalia (Smith-Cotton) and St. Joe Central while celebrating Senior Night at Centennial Pool on Thursday evening.  Seniors Cogan Davis, Tim Schweizer, Daniel Stickney, and Ben Thomas were celebrated as the Wildcats improved their overall dual meet record to 28-1.  Davis, Schweizer, JJ Davis (first career victory), and Grayden

BOYS SWIM/DIVE DEAFEATS RAY-PEC AND GRAIN VALLEY

The Boys Swim/Dive Team improved their overall record to 26-1 yesterday after defeating Ray-Pec and Grain Valley.  The Wildcats were led by individual winners: Josiah Thomson, Cogan Davis, Tim Schweizer, Gabe Marthaler, Derek Banta, and Caleb Franklin.  The Wildcats also won the 200 Medley Relay (Davis, Schweizer, Grayden Peoples, Jack Johnson) and the 200 Freestyle

SWIM/DIVE FUNDRAISER – BINGO @ SINCLAIR’S (SATURDAY 10/19 @ 8PM)

  The event is scheduled to begin shortly after 8:00 PM and Sinclair’s provides the staff, the bingo machine and the MC for our event.  There will be a 50/50 Raffle.  Also, we will have wonderful prizes for all of the bingo winners!

BOYS SWIM/DIVE COMES OUT ON TOP AGAINST GRAIN VALLEY AND WARRENSBURG

The Boys Swim/Dive Team defeated Grain Valley and Warrensburg in a tri-meet on Thursday evening at Centennial Pool.  The Wildcats were led by individual event winners Cogan Davis (50 Freestyle, 100 Breaststroke), Josiah Thomson (Diving), Tim Schweizer (100 Butterfly), Gabe Marthaler (200 IM), and Jack Johnson (100 Backstroke).  Larry Baldwin, Will Smalley, and Grayden Peoples also contributed

JJ DAVIS QUALIFIES FOR STATE

Freshman Diver JJ Davis qualified for the MSHSAA State Championships in Diving at the KC Classic, over the weekend.  Davis earned 7th place in a loaded-field against the top divers in the state.  Davis joins teammate Josiah Thomson as state qualifiers in diving.      

THOMSON, SCHWEIZER, DAVIS AND PEOPLES MEDAL FOR BOYS SWIM/DIVE AT KC CLASSIC

The Boys Swim/Dive Team hosted the KC Classic Boys Swim/Dive Invitational over the weekend.  Josiah Thomson and Tim Schweizer earned the team’s top finishes, each earning a silver medal (Thomson – Diving; Schweizer – 100 Breaststroke).  Cogan Davis (4th – 50 Free, 4th – 100 Back), JJ Davis (Diving) and Grayden Peoples (8th – 500