Here’s a look at Glory Days Magazine’s girls swimming All-Stars for the 2019-2020 season.
Katie McClintock, Mainland: Glory Days Magazine Girls Swimmer of the Year.
Grace Gallagher, Mainland: Took on a captain’s role this year for the Mustangs and didn’t disappoint, leading Mainland to a 13-1 record and a spot in the sectional championship meet for the first time in seven years. She also took fifth in the 400 freestyle at the MOC, her first time qualifying.
Maddie Falk, Mainland: Another talented and versatile swimmer in the Mustangs’ lineup, she was part of a medley relay team that took third at the MOC.
Megan Fox, Atlantic City: It’s hard to believe that Fox is still just a sophomore given the success she’s already had in her high school career. This year, she finished sixth at the NJSIAA Meet of Champions in the 500 freestyle and also took eighth in the 200 free. She won the 200 and the 400 freestyle races at the Hackney meet as well as the CAL Championships.
Alexandria Cotter, Egg Harbor Township: The Eagles have become one of the best teams in the Cape-Atlantic League and South Jersey Group 4 the past couple of years, and Cotter is a big reason why. She took third in the 100 butterfly at the MOC, was the CAL butterfly champion with a time of 1:03.66, and took home four gold medals at Hackneys.
Ava McDonough, Egg Harbor Township: The junior is another lynchpin in EHT’s recent success. She scored a top-20 finish in the state in the 100 breaststroke and was part of the Eagles’ 200 medley relay team that took seventh overall. She also was the CAL and Hackney champion in the 100 breaststroke.
Olivia Evans, Egg Harbor Townshhip: Just a sophomore, Evans finished 11th in the state in the 50 free and anchored the medley relay team that set a record at Hackneys.
Alex Antonov, Ocean City: A 100 freestyle CAL champion, Antonov also anchored Ocean City’s dominating 200 freestyle relay team. She scored a pair of top-20 individual finishes at MOC.
Olivia and Claudia Scherbin, Ocean City: These sisters are a big reason why Ocean City has been able to sustain its success the past couple of years. Olivia, a sophomore, took ninth in the 100 free at the MOC while Claudia, a senior, won the league title in the 50 free and led off the 200 free relay team that took second in the state.