Lilburn's Panthers finished just ahead of runner-up Chattahoochee High School.
Parkview High School's boys swim and dive team are state champions again -- for the second consecutive year. The Panthers finished with 234 points, edging ahead of Chattahoochee High School by justeight points. Chattahoochee High scored 226; Lassiter High placed third with 211 points, according to Gwinnett Daily Post. If you missed the Friday win, a video is now available on the Georgia High School Association's website. -- Have photos of the event? Post them here by clicking the camera icon that reads "Upload Photos and Videos." -- Parkview's team also finished first last year. Over the past two decades, the boys have won state championships about half the time, including a winning streak in 2000, 2001, 2002, and 2003. The school's …
Miss the meet or want to see it again? A video is now available.
Wednesday, February 15, 2012
If you missed seeing Parkview High School boys swim and dive team win the state championship last weekend, or just want to see it again, a video is now available on the Georgia High School Association network's website. Ricky Lehner finished first in the 100 meter breaststroke, followed by Geoffrey Carter and Nathan Jones, also from Parkview. The 200 freestyle relay team (Peter Meadows, Ricky Lehner, Rory Martin and Christopher Rogers) also came in first. Parkview girls swim and dive team also led in the 200 freestyle relay, and the team finished an admirable third overall in the championship, behind Brookwood and Lassiter. Click here to see the final scores and media coverage. Don’t miss any of the local news you care about. Subscribe to …