The WIAA State Girls Swimming and Diving Championships will be in a new home next weekend and both Kiel and Brillion/Valders/Chilton/Kaukauna will be represented.

With the current COVID crisis, the meet has been moved from its usual home at the University of Wisconsin Natatorium in Madison to Waukesha South High School.

Division 2 action is Friday night where Kiel junior Ally Boyer returns to state. She will compete in two events. Boyer won the 100 yard breaststroke at Saturday's Plymouth Sectional at 1:09.87 and is seeded fifth at state where she will be favored to medal (top 6 finish). Boyer also swims in the 200 individual medley where she is seeded 12th after a 2:18.58 sectional time.

The Division 1 meet is Saturday. In the morning diver Emily Clark will be BVCK's first entra nt. She comes in as the eighth seed. Saturday afternoon, Gracie Streblow returns to state. The Valders senior comes in as the number 9 seed in the 200 yard freestyle (1:56.21) and later takes part in the 100 backstroke, seeded sixth (57.34 seconds). She joins Emma Streblow, Ada Schaefer and Jelena Behnke in the 200 medley relay (1:53.53) that is the 15th seed.

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