Faith Lutheran’s boys swimming team edged Clark in the final event, and the teams finished tied with 145 points in a meet at Pavilion on Saturday.
Boulder City has won a state title in boys swimming for six consecutive seasons, but that streak could be in jeopardy this season.
Team capsule previews as submitted by coaches.
The Rams have a larger roster this year and are hoping to show improvement.
Here is a look at some of this week’s top high school sports events.
The Panthers return a pool full of athletes with state meet experience.
The Gaels have improved depth and hope to continue to be competitive.
The Miners are hoping to continue to improve and qualify a handful of swimmers for the state meet.
The Wildcats are hoping to make a strong showing in the Sunrise Region.
The Crusaders are hoping to be competitive as they return to Class 4A.
The Bulldogs lost a large senior class but are encouraged by their young swimmers.
The Lions have only three lettermen returning, but are encouraged by their freshman class.
The Falcons finished third in last year’s state meet and expect to have one of the top teams again this season.
The Gators are hoping to contend for the Sunrise Region title.