Here are a few metro-area swimmers to keep an eye on this season:
Garrett Duncan, Edmond North: A senior, Duncan contended for state titles in the 200 individual medley and 100 breast stroke last year.
Reid Hibbs, Southmoore: Now a senior, Hibbs won silver in the 100 backstroke and 500 freestyle at state last season.
Conner St. John, Piedmont: Earned a pair of silver medals in the 100 breast stroke and 200 individual medley at the Class 5A state meet.
Justin Wu and Alex McMillan, Norman North: The pair of juniors lead the powerhouse Timberwovles in pursuit of another state title. Wu was The Oklahoman's All-City Swimmer of the Year last winter after winning four golds at state.
Jessi Hildebrand, Newcastle: The senior will join Piedmont swimmer and friend Kasey Rein at the University of Evansville (Ind.) next year.
Olivia Kinsinger, McGuinness: Finished third in the 500 freestyle in Class 6A as a freshman last year; moves down to 5A this year.
Paige Nall, Deer Creek: Earned a pair of silver medals at state as a freshman last year.
Avery Niemann, Heritage Hall: The junior won the 200 freestyle and was second in the 500 freestyle in 6A a year ago and will compete in 5A this year.
Ally Robertson, Edmond North: Robertson, The Oklahoman's All-City Swimmer of the Year last season, and sophomore Brooke Rice lead the talented Huskies, which are looking for their fourth straight Class 6A crown.
Madie Sarantakos, Norman North: Coming off a stellar freshman season in which she won the 100 butterfly and was second in the 200 freestyle.