Saint Joseph Central Girls Junior Varsity Swimming

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Schank Earns All-American Status, Cements Legacy at MSHSAA State Finals

To the surprise of no one, Audrey Schank had another legendary performance at the MSHSAA State Finals in St. Louis, on Saturday evening.  The St. Joseph Central High School Star earned her second straight First-Team All-State honor while cementing her legacy as Central’s G.O.A.T. by earning an All-American time standard in the 100 Backstroke. The

Indians Break Two School Records On Way To Historic State Prelims

It was a banner day for the St. Joseph Central HS Swimmin’ Indians at the MSHSAA State Championship meet on Friday night in St. Louis, MO.  The ladies swam four events total and broke two school records while also earning best times in the other two events. The meet started with a SCHOOL-RECORD performance from the

Meet the 2017 STJ CHS Girls State Swim Team

The St. Joseph High School Girls Swim Team heads to St. Louis, Missouri tomorrow as they compete at the MSHSAA State Championships this Friday and Saturday.   Get to know the Lady Swimmin’ Indians State Team!   Senior (Captain) Audrey Schank – Audrey Schank will graduate St. Joseph Central HS as arguably the school’s most

Senior Swimmer Maddie Brownfield Nominated for SJNP Athlete of the Week

St. Joseph Central HS Swimming Maddie Brownfield has been nominated for Athlete of the Week by the St. Joseph News Press! VOTE: Maddie was nominated for Athlete of the Week after a fantastic Suburban Conference Championships where Maddie touched second place in the 100 Freestyle and earned First-Team All-Conference.  Brownfield also helped the 200 Freestyle

CHS Girls Swim Team Places Fourth at Suburban Conference Championships

The St. Joseph High School Girls Swim Team finished one of their most successful Conference Championships in program history.  The St. Joseph Central HS Girls finished fourth at the Suburban Conference Championships with five swimmers earning First-Team All-Conference. 200 Medley Relay – Jordan Goodrick, Holly Streck, Maggie McCarthy and Darius Wallis teamed up to drop nearly

Brownfield, Schank, Streck, and Ptomey Clinch Individual All-Conference at Friday’s Prelims

The St. Joseph High School Girls Swim Team finished a very successful first day of their Conference Championships.  Multiple Indians have set themselves up to be named First Team All-Conference during tomorrow’s Finals session. The Lady Swimmin’ Indians had a fantastic performance on Friday night at Henley Aquatic Center.  The CHS Girls Swim Team had

CHS Girls Swimming – Varsity Conference Championships – Meet Preview

The CHS Girls Swimming will compete in the prelims of the Suburban Red Conference Championships tonight at Henley Aquatic Center (Bridger Middle School) in Independence, MO.  The St. Joseph Swimmin’ Indians will bring their entire Varsity Squad while they are tapered to have their fastest meet of the season.   Event Outlook: 200 Freestyle – Sophomore

Brownfield, Schank and Ptomey Lead Way as Indians Defeat Pirates 155-143

Seniors Maddie Brownfield and Audrey Schank and the rest of the Class of 2017 finished their regular season dual careers on a high note as they helped lead the Central HS Swimmin’ Indians to a 155-143 defeat over the Platte County HS Pirates.  This brings the Lady Swimmin’ Indians final regular season record to 9-6

STJCHS Girls Swimming Meet Preview – Last Dual Meet of the Year

The St. Joseph Central HS Girls Swim team will conclude their regular season at Platte County YMCA, tonight at 4pm.  The Lady Swimmin’ Indians compete against the Platte County High School Pirates. Final Dual For Class of 2017 This will be the final meet for the senior class of 2017.  This class is lead by

Ptomey Leads Indians to Platte County Invite Championship

Sophomore Emily Ptomey led the way for the Swimmin’ Indians as they won the tightly contested Platte County Invitational Championship. Despite just finishing the season’s most intense week of practice, the St. Joseph High School Girls Swim Team had multiple breakout swims and best times on their way to the season’s first Invitational Championship. The