Colin Bone Named Swimmer of the Year and Doug Logsdon Named Coach of the Year
CHS Swimmer Colin Bone was named the 2014 Baton Rouge Metro Swimmer of the Year for the third consecutive year. Swimming coach Doug Logsdon was also named the 2014 Baton Rouge Metro Mení´s Swimming Coach of the Year.
This season was a success one for Coach Logsdon and the Swim Team as they were named both City Champions and State Champions. In the City Championship, Bone set a new city meet record time of 1:39.46 in the 200 Freestyle, beating a record from 2003. In the 100 Freestyle, Bone set a new city meet record of 46.27, beating a record form 1981.
At the State Meet, Bone broke the LHSAA and Divison I record two different times at the meet in the 100 free. Boneí´s time of 45.06 in the 100 freestyle is also a new LHSAA Division I and Composite State Record. Bone broke his own Division I record of 46.30 set in 2013 and the Composite record of 45.84 set by Patrick Riess of Newman in 2012. Bone had previously broken both records when he went 45.46 in prelims on Friday. Boneí´s time is also an Automatic All-American qualifying time. Boneí´s time of 1:38.80 in the 200 free is also an Automatic All-American qualifying time. Colin Bone was also named Outstanding Male Swimmer of the State Meet. Colin won his 6th individual state championship, and 6th relay state championship of his career. He is undefeated at state swim meets in his career.
íÍColin Bone is the greatest swimmer in the history of Catholic High School and deserves to be swimmer of the year again. He’s a dedicated student athlete who works extremely hard. He supports his teammates, always does whatever we ask him to do in the pool, and is a great role model for the rest of the team. He is truly deserving and an amazing competitor,íñ said Logsdon.
Earlier this year, CHS Swimming coach Doug Logsdon was nominated as a 2014 National Coach of the Year by the National Federation of State High School Associations (NFHS) Coaches Association in the sport of swimming. íÍTo be coach of the year is really an award that I would like to share with Coach Jimmy Roberts and Nancy and Peggy Patout. So many people do so much for CHS swimming besides me, they really deserve to be recognized along with me because they do so much for the program,íñ said Logsdoníñ
íÍCongratulations to both Coach Logsdon and Colin. I hope you know how proud I am of you and how much I appreciate the incredible amount of time, work and dedication that you give to Catholic High,íñ said CHS Principal Lisa Harvey.