PREPARATORY: Seven qualify for CIF State Swimming Championships | Sports

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Seven district swimmers qualified for the CIF state championship in Clovis West this weekend.

This list includes four individual qualifiers and the Liberty 200 freestyle relay team.

Bakersfield sophomore Talan Hickman will compete in the 100 butterfly and 100 backstroke, while second-year teammate Alex Ostrom will compete in the 200 freestyle among the girls in the previous round on Friday.

Hickman took second place in the 100 run (51.67) and third in the 100 run (53.54) at Saturday’s Division I Central Division Championship. Ostrom finished third in the 200th (1: 53.47) and will compete as an alternative in the 500 (5: 05.11) after finishing third in the DI.

Liberty freshman Samara Mosley and her older brother Julian are also expected to be in action after finishing third in their competitions on Saturday. Samara took third place in the 50th freestyle (24.18), and Julian took third place in the 200th intermediate complex (1: 56.81).

Samara will also take part in the women’s 200 relay team with teammates Isabelle Haraska, Riley Moxham and Laura Lidi. The group is listed as an alternative relay to the 200 riders.

Buckersfield Christian and Independence, rivals for the South Yosemite League in the regular season, will seek to continue their unlikely meeting in the Central Section playoffs today in Tulare.

The Eagles at No. 6, who beat Atascader number 3 and Hanford-Sierra Pacific away at number 2, will seek to continue this trend by playing with Tulare Union’s best seed in the Division 3 title match. Tuesday.

The Falcons at No. 6, who defeated Kingsburg No. 3 and Selma at No. 2, will now meet the best-seeded Tulare-Mission Oak in the Division IV championship match. The start of both is scheduled for 4 p.m.

While area teams complete the regular season, there’s a lot on the line leading to the announcement of Saturday’s sowing playoffs.

Stockdale has already won at least a share of its fourth Southwest Yosemite League title in five years, but this is the first since 2018 – the COVID-19 pandemic destroyed the 2020 season and forced a shortened season last year.

The Mustangs (21-4, 12-1) have a two-game advantage over second-placed Liberty (18-8-1, 10-3) and could win the title by winning at home against Garcés on Tuesday or Thursday in the Rams. .

Highland and East are still fighting for the title of Southeast Yosemite champion. The Scots (16-8-1, 11-) have a one-game advantage over the Blades (16-8, 11-2), and the teams plan to close the season with two games this week in the East on Wednesday and in the Highlands on Friday.

The Scots are looking for their sixth consecutive league title, and the Blades are the first in more than 20 years.

Bakersfield Christian has played two of three games against Ridgeview and holds the lead in one game over Wolf Pack with two games.

The Eagles (21-5, 12-1) may win at least a share of their first title since 2018, when they were still SSL members with a home win over the Golden Valley on Wednesday, and then may win a straight title with a victory over the Bulldogs on Friday.

Ridgeview (23-3, 11-2) needs to hope to lose the BCHS and then post two wins against independence, which finished third this week.

Arvin and Taft came to a standstill in the standings of the Southern Sequoia League. The Bears (19-7, 9-1) and Wildcats (19-7-1, 9-1) will play each other at Taft on Tuesday at 5:30 p.m.

The Wildcats have been looking for their first league title since 2016, while Arvin has not won a championship since 1995.

Racing with three teams most of the season, Centennial has a one-game advantage over Liberty, who finished second, and two games ahead of Stockdale this past week.

The Golden Hawks (20-6-1, 11-2) are looking for their first league title since 2016 and could win at least a share of the crown with a home win against Frontier on Tuesday or a loss to the Patriots (20-6, 10-3) in Bakersfield High.

Defender of regional champion SoCal Highland has already completed his fifth title of champion of the Southeast Yosemite League. The Scots (20-5, 12-0) have not lost in a single league since they suffered a 4-1 decision in the Southern Match on April 23, 2019.

Independence is taking a series of 27 league wins this week in a game at Ridgeview on Wednesday. The Falcons have won four championship titles in a row.

Vasco (23-3, 10-0) won his first SSL softball title after sharing the championship with Taft in 2017. The Tigers end the league with home games against the Wildcats on Monday and Shafter on Tuesday.

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