Cypress Creek’s Hayden Miller captures state swim title

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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. (CFISD courtesy photo)
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. (CFISD courtesy photo)

AUSTIN — 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
  • CFISD HS #12 sophomore Jackson Dement – 10th place, 500 freestyle (4:31.48).

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