Four swimmers who were named the most valuable player in their N.C. High School Athletic Association championships lead 2014 The News & Observer All-Metro swim teams.
Colin Ellington of Holly Springs won the 4A award with a record-setting victory in the 100-yard freestyle and a win in the 50.
Noah Cairns of Cardinal Gibbons won the 3A award with victories in the 200 and 500-yard freestyles. Carrboro sophomore Will MacMillian won the 100 free and set a 1A/2A record in the 200 individual medley to earn the 1A/2A honor.
Chapel Hill sophomore Claire DeSelm was the NCHSAA 3A MVP after winning the 200 IM and 100 butterfly. She also swam on two winning relays.
Five boys and nine girls are repeat selections from last year’s All-Metro team. There are twelve swimmers and one diver on each squad.
Boys’ swimming & diving All-Metro
Girls’ swimming & diving All-Metro team