Noblesville Boys Varsity Swimming & Diving

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Swimming and Diving Yard Signs are ready

Anyone that ordered a yard sign, they are ready for pickup! I have attached the link for Logan street signs. I am not sure if their hours are different this week because of the holiday so you might want to call and check before you go to pick it up. Thank you and have a

Millers finish 14th in IHSAA relay finals

The Noblesville High School Boys Swimming & Diving finished their season at IHSAA State on Saturday. The 200 freestyle relay of Jack Wolfred, Evan Diamente, Jacob Janson, and Isaac Johnston finished 14th in finals. Diver Jared Newman finished 26th.

Miller Boys Swimming advance relay to IHSAA State Finals

The Noblesville High School Boys Swimming and Diving Team dropped time in both the 200 free and 400 free relays at the state prelims Friday. The Millers were able to place 18th in the 400 relay and finished 12th in the 200. The 200 will advance to the finals heat on Saturday.

Noblesville Freshman Diver Jared Newman 8th at Regional, Qualifies for State

Noblesville freshman diver Jared Newman finished 4th at sectional diving Saturday at the NHS hosted meet. The top 4 from the sectional proceed to regional competition which was Tuesday at Fishers HS. Newman was ranked 12th after 5 dives (of 11) and executed his remaining 6 dives to bring him into an 8th place finish. The top

Noblesville High School Boys Varsity Swimming advance relays to IHSAA State Meet

Saturday, February 18, 2017 1:00 PM Place 3 Points 380 Meet Recap   Noblesville High School Boys Swimming and Diving hosted sectional finals at NHS Saturday afternoon. Noblesville finished 3rd out of 11 teams, behind winner Carmel and runner up Westfield. Noblesville qualified two relays to move on to the IHSAA State Championships at IUPUI

Noblesville Boys Varsity Swimming Qualify Entire Team for Saturday Sectional Finals

Noblesville hosted the IHSAA boys sectional prelims on Thursday night. With 11 teams in attendance, it was excellent competition to see who would qualify to return to the Saturday sectionals finals. NHS had nearly 100% best times and qualified all swims to return and compete in the top 16 of each event. Diving prelims will begin