Two-time state champion Khyle Hill of Miami has been named to the Oklahoma Coaches Association's all-state swim team.

Hill was one of nine swimmers named to the East all-state team.

Khyle Hill broke his own state record while winning the 100-yard butterfly at the Class 5A state swim meet in Oklahoma City.

Hill had a time of 52.25, beating his time of 52.38 seconds set at last year's meet at the Oklahoma City Community College Aquatic Center.

Hill also won the 50-yard freestyle with a time of 21.15 seconds.

A year ago, he won the 100-yard butterfly and the 100-yard backstroke.

His time in the 100 fly broke the old mark of 52.66 set by Dylan Rommel of Tulsa Washington.

Rommel set the record while beating Hill in the 2010 finals.

Hill also won the 100-yard backstroke at the 2011 state meet.

Others named to the East all-state swim team were Eastman Holloway of Union, Trevor Rietfors of Bartlesville, Kyle Thomas and Austin Bryant of Bartlesville, Jake Burris, Colby Deweese and Ian Meehleder of Jenks and Shea Bielby of Broken Arrow.