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The Litherland triplets (from left, Kevin, Jay and Mick) dominated the Georgia 6A Swimming and Diving Championships.

Eleven state titles were awarded in the Georgia High School Association 6A State Swimming and Diving Championships, and seven of them went to one family's home.

Multiple reports have surfaced telling the story of dominance by the Litherland triplets of Chattahoochee (Alpharetta, Ga.) last week. Kevin, Jay and Mick (all University of Georgia signees) tore up the pool, grabbing those seven state titles and setting three state records. It was all good enough to help the team place second overall.

According to swimswam.com, the triplets swam three legs of the 200 medley relay and that turned out to be a state-record time of 1 minute, 32.78 seconds. The next event saw Kevin win the 200 freestyle in 1:37.36. Jay later posted back-to-back triumphs in the 100 backstroke (48.38) and 100 breaststroke (a state-record 55.84). Kevin also won the 500 free in 4:22.91 while Mick won the 100 butterfly in 49.40.

Chattahoochee finished off its day with a state record time of 3:04.08 in the 400 freestyle relay, and all three brothers participated.
Photo courtesy of Chattahoochee swimming

The Litherland triplets (first, second and fourth from left in back row) pose with their teammates.