No. 1 at state among public schools, Aqua Admirals 2nd overall

  • Farragut Aqua Admirals girls state qualifiers, front row from left, are Taylor Webster, Karley Wolfgram, Riley Brown, Sophie Thompson, Abigail King, Keira Shafer, Grace LaCharite, Jessica King and Sarah-Morgan Godbold. Back row, from left, are Katelyn Kramer, Sophia Kovalevskaya, Meira Desai, Iris Chen, Allison Pye, Raina Desai, Karolina Nosarzewski, Kendall Hudgens and Sophie Lu. - Photos courtesy of Carlos Reveiz/

  • FHS boys state qualifiers, front row from left, are Cam Croy, Charlie Houston, Sebastian Gonzalez, Paul Greene, Cade Austin, Troy Gleckler and Camden Gerchar. Back row, from left, are Leo Karnitz, Yohan LePape, George Hu, Noah Roettger, Hayden Johnson, Ryder Hicks, Evan King and Elliot Mandl. - Photos courtesy of Carlos Reveiz/

NASHVILLE — Finishing as Tennessee’s top swimming and diving team among public high schools, the Farragut girls and boys took second-place overall as combined teams during Tennessee Interscholastic Swim Coaches Association State High School Swimming & Diving Championships in Tracy Caulkins Competition Pool Centennial Sportsplex Friday and Saturday, Feb. 11-12.

Top 16 Aqua Admirals finishes were:

Abigail King, 100-yard backstroke, third place; women’s 400-free relay, fifth (King, Karley Wolfgram, Katelyn Kramer and Gracie LaCharite); LaCharite, 500-free, sixth; men’s 400-free relay, sixth (Camden Gerchar, Leo Karnitz, Cade Austin and Ryder Hicks); Wolfgram, 100-breast, eighth; Cam Croy, diving, eighth; Women’s 200 free relay, ninth (Kendall Hudgens, Sophie Lu, Kramer and Karolina Nosarzewski); Nosarzewski, 100-breaststroke, 13th; and Gerchar, 100-free, 15th.

Broken down by gender, the Lady Aqua Admirals took third place, while the FHS boys finished 11th.