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Carroll Sports in Review: Swim and Dive

Feb 20, 2015 12:44PM ● By Dia


Entering the final stages of the season, Coaches Kevin Murphy and Carolyn Hyrochuck boast another team worthy of distinction. Setting the standard for swimming and diving in the state of Texas, Carroll athletes have had such individual success that the entire program’s reputation continues to rise. Hitting a high-water mark early and often, several Dragon athletes have not only set personal records for themselves, but have destroyed the record books at certain meets. In the Mansfield Invitational, the 400 free relay team of John Everett, Austin Whalen, Kyle Derevyanik and Gavin Springs set a meet record with a time of 3:11.88. Junior Austin Whalen and Senior John Everett didn’t stop here as they both set records in the 200 free and 200 IM with times of 1:42.56 and 1:55.78. Sophomore Evan Kolde also entered his name in the record books with a time of 59.25 in the 100-meter breastroke. Hard to fathom, but the girls team has also improved from a year ago, having already beaten last year’s champion Austin Westlake. As the athletes continue to hone in as the season progresses, don’t be surprised if the Carroll boys team goes for their fifth state championship in a row and the girls avenge their one point loss in the state championship.

We’ve had a great year so far, but with the district tournament and state championship coming up we must keep the mindset that nothing behind us matters.- Head Coach Kevin Murphy


The Southlake Carroll Swimming and Diving program has been one of the exemplary programs in the state of Texas throughout the last decade. Since 2010 the Southlake girls and boys teams have combined for six state championships virtually taking over the state of Texas and firmly creating an atmosphere of excellence throughout the program. With the 2014-2015 season in full swing, the Dragons have continued its journey on the right path to add another championship to the Dragon Hall of honor. Sitting at a perfect 12-0 the boys and girls teams have gotten off to extremely fast starts as their times have been better this year than at this same point last season. Both teams have four first place finishes in invitational competitions this season, including winning the North Tisca Championship for the sixth year in a row. The Carroll boys made sure they got revenge against the only team they lost to a year ago when they upheld their undefeated streak beating Katy Cinco Ranch handily in the Katy Dual tournament earlier this season.

Head Coach: Kevin Murphy
Assistant Coach: Lynne Gorman
Diving Coach: Carolyn Hryorchuk


Jaycie Adamson Sr.

Madison Arpaia So.

Ashley Baker Sr.

Lauren Clay So.

Olivia Coffey Jr.

Abby Cosenza So.

Mary Courtney Jr.

Miranda Faust So.

Miranda Gardner Sr.

Anya Ittiruck Fr.

Katelyn Johnson Jr.

Nasha Luevit Jr.

Rachel Luevit Fr.

Chantal Meyer Fr.

Katie Nedrow Jr.

Elizabeth Nguyen So.

Maddie O’Brian Sr.

Jennifer Owston Sr.

Casey Rose Sr.

Amelia Rusli Fr.

Lauren Spielvogel Fr.

Jennifer Talbert Sr.

Madelynn Tung Fr.

Taylor Schimek Sr.

Gabby Mondragon Sr.

Annika Ittiruck Jr.


Logan Davis Fr.

Austin Whalen Jr.

Carson Klein Sr.

Jack Levant Fr.

Gus Karau So.

John Everett Sr.

Michael Everett Sr.

Brandon Everett Sr.

Daniel Balint Fr.

Griffin ea So.

Eric Hart So.

Kyle Derevyanik Sr.

Alex Moraru Jr.

JP Reppeto Fr.

Logan Henry Fr.

Landon Jensen Fr.

Gavin Springs Jr.

Jack VandeBerg Fr.

Evan Kolde So.

Kamal Phelps Sr.

Christian Lumley Sr.

Matt Barnhart Sr.

Sean Murphy Jr.

Noah Faloona Jr.

Luke Faloona Jr.

Wesley Song Sr.

Cale Anderson Sr.

Wil Montgomery Jr.

Ethan O’Brian So.


Nate Hernandez Jr.

CJ Durant Fr.

Luke McFarland So.

Andrew Walker Jr.

Katie Crown So.

Sabrina March So.

Maddie Keiser Jr.

Emily Papa Jr.

Shelby Riney Jr.

Taylor Tornow Jr.