Swimming and Diving
The man, the myth, the legend David Gapinski has given his verbal commitment to swim at Georgia Tech! For more details, please click on the link below: David Gapinski Verbally Commits to Georgia Tech for 2021-22 The Knight Nation is proud of you, David! We look forward to watching you compete during your senior season!
Creekside swim coach Tracy Da Costa led the Knights girls swimming team to a second consecutive FHSAA state championship in November 2018. Da Costa led the Knights girls and boys to Region 1-3A titles.It takes a certain person to have the desire and determination to be on a pool deck a county away at 5:30 […]
Maybe it’s time for St. Johns County to annex the victory podium at the FHSAA swimming championship.The winners’ list from Friday night: Summer Stanfield. Ian Cooper. Olivia Peoples. Jack VanDeusen. Four relays, too, two from Bartram Trail and one each from Creekside and Nease, to mark the most successful swimming season in county history.That’s not […]
St. Johns County displayed is dominance in the pool as Creekside edged Bartram Trail for the second straight year and Nease finished fifth. The Bears and Knights finished second and third in the boys competition. Source: Creekside repeats as Class 3A state girls swimming champion
Creekside: They’re deep and they’re fast. Most of last year’s squad, eighth in the state, returns for the Knights. That includes sprinter Ian Cooper, Michael Morton in the freestyle, Nick Spillers in the butterfly and individual medley and Nick Talyanker in the breaststroke. Sophomore Aidan Henry has been coming on strong of late in the […]
Creekside: How do the Knights follow up their Class 3A state title from 2017? By returning many of the same swimmers and going for another one. Versatility, always a plus, gives Creekside plenty of options for swimmers like Brooke Arnold and Shannon Campbell, while double-event finalist Jennifer Bird returns in the butterfly and backstroke. Young […]
Tracy Da Costa