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The only thing that kept Discovery Canyon High School from winning a state championship in boys' swimming and diving last week was a swimsuit logo that was a little too big. A Discovery Canyon athlete competed in a swimsuit whose logo violated a national rule, prompting Colorado High School Activities Association officials to disqualify the Thunder's 400-yard freestyle relay team, costing the school a certain state championship. The state's high school sports governing body says the Discovery Canyon team had chances to prevent the error and didn't. Bert Borgmann, an assistant CHSAA commissioner, said that it is "the coaches' responsibility to ensure that each competitor is attired legally.

Harrison's Tyrese Vanhorne sits atop the winner's stand after winning the 4A 200 meters. Although conditions were rainy and cold, the final da…