Creek swimming

Pictured, from left, are Julia Meyer (relay), Libby Goode (relay), Izzy Glasgow (relay), Cory Shanks (200 free, 100 free, relay), head coach Ty Halford, Jacob Bulseco (100 free), Mallory Hull (relay), Caitlyn Lavan (relay) and Peyton Roemer (relay).

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Eight Clear Creek swimmers have qualified to compete at the 2018 Texas UIL Swimming and Diving State Championships on Friday and Saturday in Austin.

Not only is the team sending eight swimmers to state, including all three girls relay teams, numerous school records have fallen this year including: girls 200 medley relay, girls 200 freestyle (Cory Shanks), girls 100 freestyle (Shanks), boys 100 free style (Jacob Bulseco), girls 200 freestyle relay, girls 100 backstroke (Shanks), girls 400 freestyle relay and boys 400 freestyle relay.

Ty Halford is leading his team to success in his first year as the head coach of the Clear Creek aquatics team.

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