We are thrilled to announce Campolindo's 2018-19 Scholastic All America Team! Congratulations to Campolindo swimmers Maggie Buckley, Lizzy Follmer, Channing Hanley, Matt Lanzara, Zach Le-Nguyen, Mason Loyet, Sean Percin and Maddie Smith! We’re very proud of your success in the pool and in the classroom!
Following the conclusion of the 2018-2019 swim season, USA Swimming today announced the names of 1,634 high school swimmers who have been selected to the 2018-2019 Scholastic All America Team.
To earn the title of Scholastic All American, athletes must be in 9th-12th grade and maintain a minimum 3.5 grade point average during the application year, while meeting the 2018 Winter Junior time standards in the pool. For the complete selection criteria, visit usaswimming.org.
The Cougars have been seemingly in contention for this divisional honor every year for about the last 13 or 14 years and this time they’re the winners once again. This is the sixth time Campolindo has been D3 State School of the Year in athletics since 2005. The last two times it has happened has been for the 2011-12 school year and for 2014-15.
A CIF state title was achieved for 2018-19 in boys basketball. That was for Division II (based on competitive equity seeding), but for the CIF North Coast Section and generally for most sports the Cougars have been D3 so that’s where we put them for overall athletics. With the help of State Freshman of the Year Aidan Mahaney and his senior brother (Carter), Campo topped Colony of Ontario to win the CIF D2 state title.
Additional success for this year came in boys cross country (2nd in CIF D3 state final), girls cross country (3rd in CIF D3 state final), girls swimming (7th in CIF state team scoring no divisions), boys swimming (11th in CIF state team scoring) and boys volleyball (NorCal playoffs). Edward Buckley was the highest finisher in that boys cross country race (8th) while the girls had Paloma Hancock, Sopie Webster and Alicia Hober all getting up into the top 20.