Logan Testi, Deer Creek→Event: 200 Freestyle →Class: Junior →State finish: Placed second in Class 5A in event, time would have placed fourth in 6A. Placed second in 100 backstroke. →The story: What Deer Creek lacks in depth, it makes up for in quality with swimmers like Testi. Antlers placed eighth in 5A team race.
Daniel Enge, Edmond Memorial→Event: 200 IM →Class: Senior →State finish: Placed second in 6A in event, placed fifth in 100 butterfly, part of second-place 200 and 400 freestyle relay teams. →The story: Didn’t let the team fall apart after the transfer of Danny Hatfield. Solid career will continue at Eastern Illinois.
Isaac McKnight, Chickasha→Event: 50 Freestyle →Class: Sophomore →State finish: Won this event in 5A, time would have placed third in 6A. Won 100 free and time would have placed second in 6A. →The story: No sophomore slump for McKnight, who continues to put Chickasha swimming on the map.
Narayan Naik, Heritage Hall→Event: 100 Butterfly →Class: Junior →State finish: Won this event in 5A, time would have placed third in 6A. Won 200 IM, time would have placed second in 6A. Part of first-place 200 medley and 200 freestyle relay teams. →The story: Said he didn’t always perform up to potential but put it all together at the right time at state tournament.
Ian McKenzie, Norman North→Event: 100 Freestyle →Class: Senior →State finish: Won this event in 6A. Placed second in 50 free. Part of fourth-place 200 and 400 freestyle relay teams. →The story: After three years of knocking on the door, McKenzie broke through and won individual title and was team leader for Timberwolves.
Typ Whinnery, Deer Creek→Event: 500 Freestyle →Class: Junior →State finish: Won this event in 5A, time would have placed fourth in 6A. Won 100 breaststroke, time would have placed second in 6A. →The story: Battled illness during championship, but prelim 500 free time was the best time of weekend by anybody, regardless of class.
Bruno Lipiani, Norman→Event: 100 Backstroke →Class: Senior →State finish: Placed second in this event in 6A. Placed third in 100 freestyle. →The story: Originally from Brazil, was a spark all season in his first season at Norman and helped Tigers place seventh in team race. Swimmer of the Year
Dakota Wheeler, Westmoore→Event: 100 Breaststroke →Class: Junior →State finish: Won this event in 6A. Won 100 butterfly. →The story: Came out of nowhere to sweep breaststroke and butterfly. Despite short distance, won both events by more than one second. Coach of the Year
Steve Riggs, EdmondWhile nobody could touch Jenks, Edmond North and Edmond Memorial surprised rest of the field with second- and third-place finishes. Got the most out of his swimmers after losing plenty to graduation. By Robert Przybylo
All-City boys rosters
First team 200 Freestyle: Logan Testi, Jr., Deer Creek 200 Individual Medley: Daniel Enge, Sr., Edmond Memorial 50 Freestyle: Isaac McKnight, So., Chickasha 100 Butterfly: Narayan Naik, Jr., Heritage Hall 100 Freestyle: Ian McKenzie, Sr., Norman North 500 Freestyle: Typ Whinnery, Jr., Deer Creek 100 Backstroke: Bruno Lipiani, Sr., Norman 100 Breaststroke: Dakota Wheeler, Jr., Westmoore Swimmer of the Year: Dakota Wheeler, Westmoore Coach of the Year: Steve Riggs, Edmond Second team 200 Freestyle: Phil Matt, Sr., Edmond Memorial 200 Individual Medley: Wilson Wei, So., Norman North 50 Freestyle: Turner Petersen, Sr., Heritage Hall 100 Butterfly: Jack Hardwick, Sr., Norman 100 Freestyle: Paul Le, So., Southmoore 500 Freestyle: Dylan Anderson, Fr., Edmond North 100 Backstroke: Ryan Adams, So., Edmond North 100 Breaststroke: Nick Welch, Jr., Edmond Memorial Honorable mention Edmond Memorial: Augie Peterson, Sr.; Edmond North: Sean Simpson, Fr., John Alba, Jr., Zane Gray, So.; Harrah: Matt Reaves, So., Parker Manek, Sr.; Heritage Hall: Matt Veneklasen, So.; Harding Charter Prep: Mitchell Selby, Jr.; Moore: Dalton Myers, Jr.; Norman: Nathan Sheely, So., Bradley Quy, Fr.; Norman North: Dan Houck, Jr. Selections by Robert Przybylo