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Boys Swimming - Sectional
February 8, 2020 - 10:00 AM
Steubenville High School
420 N 4th St
Steubenville, OH 43952
Tournament Manager
Ted Gorman
Phone: 740-282-9741, Ext. 1105
Email: tgorman@scsohio.org
Division II Schools (21): Barnesville, Beaver, Bishop Rosecrans, Bridgeport, Cambridge, Catholic Central, Coshocton, Dover, East Liverpool, Edison, Indian Creek, John Glenn, Martins Ferry, New Philadelphia, Philo, River View, St. Clairsville, St. John Central, Steubenville, Tri-Valley, West Muskingum, Zanesville
Division II - Advance one individual and one relay in each event to the District from Columbus Academy, East Sectional and Southeast Sectional, Plus 27 At-Large Qualifiers from the combined Sectional Meets (East, Central, Southeast) to the Central District.
Boys Swimming - District
Division II - February 12, 2020
The Bill and Mae McCorkle Aquatic Pavilion
The Ohio State University
1847 Neil Ave
Columbus, OH 43210
Tournament Manager
Phone: TBD
Email: TBD
The first place finisher in each boys and girls event from the Columbus Academy, East District and Southeast Sectional Tournament sites will advance to the District Tournament. There will be twenty seven (27) at-large qualifiers based on time from the three Central District Sectional sites, the East District Sectional site and the Southeast District Sectional site.
The top two individuals/relays in each swimming event and the top three divers to the State Tournament at Branin Natatorium, Canton. Sixteen at-large swimming qualifiers will be selected on the basis of times recorded in all District Tournaments statewide.

2018-19 Swimming & Diving Calendar 

Oct. 26, 2018 First Day of Coaching
Nov. 26 Regular Season Begins
Jan. 21, 2019 Non-Interscholastic Dates
Feb. 4-9 Sectional Tournament
Feb. 11-16 District Tournament
Feb. 20-23 State Tournament
Feb. 23 Season Ends

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