Lady Tigers Represent Hoptown in the KHSAA State Swim Meet!

    We are proud to announce the results of our talented Lady Tigers, Grace Cansler, Elizabeth Langhi, Riley Robinson, Lauren Montgomery, and Livie Jorgensen, as they competed in the Kentucky High School Athletic Association (KHSAA) State Swim Meet. These swimmers have shown true grit and dedication throughout the season, and it’s an honor to see them represent Hopkinsville High School at the state level.

    In the Girls 100 Yard Breaststroke prelims, Riley Robinson placed 34th with a time of 1:13.74. This is a fantastic achievement, as Robinson had to compete against some of the best swimmers in the state.

    Our girls also performed exceptionally well in the Girls 200 Free Relay prelims, with Grace Cansler, Riley Robinson, Livie Jorgensen, and Kentlee Patrick placing 25th with a time of 1:49.13. The team’s impressive teamwork and synchronization were on full display.

    Elizabeth Langhi put up an excellent performance in the 100 yard freestyle, placing 21st with a time of 55.38. This is a fantastic accomplishment, as Langhi was up against some of the state’s top swimmers.

    In the 200 yard IM, Riley Robinson placed 40th with a time of 2:31.66, showcasing her exceptional skills in this challenging event.

    The Girls 200 yard freestyle was another event where Elizabeth Langhi shone, placing 25th with a time of 2:01.69. This impressive performance showed her hard work and dedication to the sport.

    The team’s performance in the 200 Medley Relay prelims was commendable, with Anna Fort, Elizabeth Langhi, Riley Robinson, and Livie Jorgensen placing 31st with a time of 2:01.95.

    We want to congratulate all of our swimmers for their exceptional performances, and we are proud of them for representing Hopkinsville High School at the state level. It’s clear that our girls have put in countless hours of hard work and dedication to get where they are today, and they have set a great example for us all.

    We hope to see more impressive performances from our Lady Tigers in the future, and we can’t wait to see them retake the water. Go Tigers!

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