Kyle Vosen closed his senior season the way he did his junior season — winning a pair of state championships.

Vosen repeated as the Class 1A-5A state champion in the 200-yard Individual Medley and the 100-yard Breaststroke during the AHSAA State Swim Championships Friday and Saturday at Auburn University.

Vosen won the 200 IM with a time of 1:54.50 and won the 100 Breaststroke with a new state record time of 58.48 seconds. Vosen, who finished first in those events at every meet he swam this season, broke his own state record in the 100 Breaststroke.

Vosen’s efforts helped Scottsboro post a fourth-place finish in the varsity boys standings with 141 points. St. Paul’s (357 points) won the 1A-5A boys state title. Randolph (199) was second while Boaz (147) was third.

Vosen was also part of two Scottsboro state runner-up relay teams. 

Vosen, Juan Gomez, Tony Pereira and Will Rogers turned in a time of 1:49.57 in the 200-yard Medley Relay and a time of 1:37.70 in the 200-yard Freestyle Relay.

Pereira had a pair of bronze-medal finishes in the 50-yard Freestyle (22.24 seconds) and the 100-yard Butterfly (55.05).

Meanwhile, Scottsboro finished eighth (54 points) In the 1A-5A varsity girls division. Westminster Christian (331) won the 1A-5A girls title while St. John Paul II Catholic was the runner-up (285).

Scottsboro’s Katharyn Sanders, Jessica Vincent, Cheyenne Vincent and Olyvia Stone teamed up for a fourth-place finish (1:47.89) in the 200-yard Freestyle Relay while Sanders, Vincent, Stone and Claire Mcgehee finished seventh in the 400-yard Freestyle Relay.


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