Logan Schelfaut Breaks School Record for the Six-Dive Meet

Posted on 10/28/2020
Logan Schelfaut at dive meet


Logan Schelfaut, a swimmer and diver at FHN, has made quite the name for himself over the past two years. During his freshman year, he became the
youngest state champion in FHN history for his diving performance. He replaced that title with “two time state champion” during his sophomore year. Now, as a junior in high school, Schelfaut has shattered the school record for the six-dive meet and, once again, has made history.

The old school record for the six-dive meet held strong at 351. Schelfaut surpassed the score by over twenty points earning a total of 374.25. Scores are dependent on what dives the athletes choose to do. They are rated by the degree of difficulty along with a set multiplication table. Schelfaut chose dives that are considered the highest degree of difficulty and still earned a perfect score of 10 on a few of them.

“Logan is the epitome of what you want a student-athlete to be,” said FHN Athletic Director Mike Janes.  “Any coach would love to have many Logans on their team.” Schelfaut is known to be a strong student and a great leader, but also is recognized for his high character.

“For somebody who is a two-time state defending champ, he doesn’t let it go to his head,” said FHN swim coach Joshua Galati. “He comes to practice every single day and goes above and beyond and extra. You couldn’t ask for anything more as a coach.”

As the FHN swimming and diving teams finish out their season, Schelfaut will have a chance to become a three-time state champion. However, with his talent and hard work, Schelfaut has proved himself more than a champion and will go down in FHN history.

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