Cypress Creek’s Hayden Miller captures state swim title

February 19, 2019

Cypress Creek High School freshman Hayden Miller (center) smiles after winning the 500-yard freestyle with a time of 4:50.13 at the UIL Swimming and Diving Class 6A State Meet. Miller was CFISD’s lone medalist but among seven total top-10 finishes. She poses with Katy Seven Lakes’ Beth McNeese (left) and Southlake Carroll’s Natalie Whalen.
Cypress Creek High School freshman Hayden Miller (center) smiles after winning the 500-yard freestyle with a time of 4:50.13 at the UIL Swimming and Diving Class 6A State Meet. Miller was CFISD’s lone medalist but among seven total top-10 finishes. She poses with Katy Seven Lakes’ Beth McNeese (left) and Southlake Carroll’s Natalie Whalen.

Feb. 19, 2019—Led by Cypress Creek High School freshman Hayden Miller, CFISD swimmers captured one championship medal and six other top-10 finishes at the UIL Swimming and Diving Class 6A State Meet, held Feb. 15-16 at the Texas Swim Center in Austin.

Miller earned a state championship in her first appearance, winning the 500-yard freestyle with a time of 4:50.13.

The Cypress Creek high school girls had the best finish among district teams, placing 15th overall with 45 points.

CFISD’s other top-10 female finishers are as follows:

  • Cypress Creek freshman Hayden Miller – fifth place, 200 freestyle (1:51.24); and
  • Cypress Woods senior Sydney Stanford
    • fifth place, 100 freestyle (50.74); and
    • fifth place, 100 backstroke (56.76).

CFISD’s top-10 male finishers are as follows:

  • Cy-Fair junior Cameron Dafoe
    • fifth place, 200 individual medley (1:50.62); and
    • 10th place, 100 backstroke (51.17); and
  • Bridgeland sophomore Jackson Dement – 10th place, 500 freestyle (4:31.48).

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