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Spartan Swim Ends Remarkable Season

In front of a standing-room only crowd, the Spartans competed with the elite swim teams of 5A at the State Championship Meet. As an indication of the staggering competition, spectators were treated to swimmers qualifying for All-America consideration and even a backstroker under the Junior Nationals standard. The Spartan state team was not as deep

MHS State Swim Team

We are proud to announce several qualifiers from the Murray High Swim Team for the 5A State Meet: Cooper Greene (Sr.) – 200 IM, 100 backstroke, 200 freestyle relay, 400 freestyle relay Soren Selph (Sr.) – 50 freestyle, 100 freestyle, 200 freestyle relay, 400 freestyle relay Morgan Underwood (Sr.) – 200 IM, 100 breaststroke Oaklee Greenland

Boys 3rd, Girls 6th at Region Championships

The Spartan boys swim team turned some heads at the University of Utah Natatorium with a remarkable third place finish in what appears to be the most competitive region of 5A: Skyline 462, Olympus 374, Murray 281, West 260, Highland 248, East 185. Soren Selph (Sr.) put on another crashing display of speed while racing

Spartan PRs at JV Region Swim Meet

The JV Region Swim Meet was held on Tuesday at the Fairmont Aquatic Center in Sugar House.  This event serves as a final tune-up before the Varsity Region Championships, or the last opportunity to compete in the 2017-18 season for some swimmers.  As an unscored meet, we would like to recognize all Spartan swimmers who

Spartans Triumph Over Highland on Senior Night

Rallying behind our seniors, Spartan Swim combined for 216 points vs 112 for Highland. A bittersweet night as the MHS Class of 2018 was recognized during their final home meet: Heide Bleizeffer, Cameron Chase, Alyssa Clements, Isaac Green, Cooper Greene, Beth Laver, Olaf Schembri, Soren Selph, Morgan Underwood, Rachel Walton, and Caleb Wilkerson. Several Spartans

Spartan Swim 3rd at Wasatch Invitational

Spartan Swim joined over 300 swimmers in Heber for the Wasatch Winter Invite. In addition to the host school, Wasatch High, Murray competed with Lone Peak, Springville, Box Elder, Viewmont, and West Jordan. The Spartan girls team had a particularly strong meet finishing in third place with 211 of the 355 point total for Murray. Bolstered

Swimmers Set PRs in Meets with Brighton & Skyline

A non-region meet with Brighton last week marked the midpoint of the Spartan Swim schedule. Brighton proved to be the faster team although Murray had some noteworthy performances at the Cottonwood Heights pool. With a time of 58.87, Morgan Underwood cut nearly a second from her former PR to win the 100 free. Boosted by

Spartan Swim 2nd in Tri-Meet with Oly & Kearns

At the first home meet of the season, Murray swam against some tough competition from Olympus and Kearns. Spartan boys and girls finished in second and third respectively. In combined scoring, the Spartans swam to a respectable second place: Olympus 450, Murray 386, Kearns 362. A special mention for Soren Selph who powered to first

Girls 1st, Boys 2nd in Tri-Meet with Copper Hills & Cyprus

The Spartan girls swim team finished on top at an away meet against 6A schools, Copper Hills and Cyprus. Murray touched the wall first in the 100 fly, 100 breast, 200 medley relay, and 400 free relay with impressive performances by Kelle Baer, Heide Bleizeffer, Oaklee Greenland, Eden Preston, and Morgan Underwood. The Spartan boys

Boys 1st, Girls 2nd at Kearns Relay Meet

Kearns High hosted Murray at their annual relay meet along with 6A swim teams from Cyprus, Hillcrest, Hunter, Copper Hills, Granger, and West Jordan.  This meet is one-of-a-kind during the Murray swim season.  In addition to the regular relays for 200 free, 400 free, and 200 medley, every team was pumped for the non-traditional relays