East Liverpool Historical Society

2014-2015 ELHS Sports Season


WINTER SPORTS (continued)




Michele Davis: Marcus Campbell broke the men's 200 Freestyle school record with a time of 2:13.33 Swimming

Michele Davis: Ian Smith broke the men's 200 IM school record with a time of 2:25.14 at OVAC Swimming

Michele Davis: The 400 free relay school record was broken at Districts at OU with a time of 3:54.56 by Ransom Palmer Ian Smith, Colin Smith and Marcus Campbell Swimming

Ransom Palmer. Swimming the 100 Breaststroke

Ian Smith

Colin Smith. We didn't have an action picture.

Marcus Campbell


Michele Davis Jaybreona Foster broke the Women's 100 Breaststroke school record with a time of 1:15.38 Swimming


Awards given out at banquet are as follows.

Kyra Gill was honored for being a four-year letter winner.

High Point awards went to Ian Smith with 162 and Jaybreona Foster with 156.5.

East Liverpool most improved swimmers were Jason Todd and Sage Calhoun.

Coaches award went to (from left) Ransom Palmer, Allison Inge, Kaileigh Christy and Marcus Campbell.

East Liverpool school record Breakers this season included (from left) Ian Smith, Ransom Palmer, Jaybreona Foster, Marcus Campbell and Colin Smith.



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