Walk of Champions
Swimmers head to state



Ben Matheus finished 14th with a 46.86 in the 100-meter freestyle.
Jimmy Koloseike finished 14th with a 52.87, in the 100 back-stroke.
Tara Fears moved up to 13th  with a 57.88, in the 100 fly.
And freshman Megan Sichterman, at her first-ever state meet, finished 4th in the 100-meter fly with a 55.50 and moved up to 10th in the 500 with a 4:58.46. Kings Athletic Director Phil Poggi said Sichterman  “broke that elusive 5:00 mark” and set yet another Kings High School record.
UPDATE 1: On Friday, all the Kings swimmers who competed in state competitions in Canton, Ohio qualified for the finals, scheduled for Saturday. Stay tuned to The Knight Times for final results.

Kings High School freshman swimming phenom Megan Sichterman leads the Walk of Champions Thursday morning. The school drum-line escorted State Swim Meet qualifiers through the high school hallways as students emerged from their classrooms to cheer on the team. Sichterman, who turns 15 next week and is pictured above with teammate Jimmy Koloseike, set three new individual KHS swim team records last week at district competitions. Other state qualifiers are Ben Matheus, Tara Fears, Alex Allee, and Kate Etter.

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