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David Krueger and Herald staff |
Published: Wednesday, September 19, 2012, 12:01 a.m.

How Wesco's best singles tennis players stack up

Here's a look at the top singles players from Wesco and their records so far this season (thru Sept. 17):

Jonathan Wolf, Stanwood 7-0
Patrick Chung, Cascade 6-0
Casey Goodwin, Mount Veron 6-0
Ben Mietzner, Jackson 4-1
Nick Ekern, Meadowdale 4-2
Andrew Ivelia, Snohomish 4-2
Nishaant Limaye, Shorecrest 3-1
Patrick Luangrath, Glacier Peak 3-2
Sung Yu, Kamiak 3-2

Ulises Aceves, Everett 6-0
Anthony Shanander, Mount Vernon 6-0
Peter Cung, Jackson 5-0
Eric Saekow, Stanwood 4-0
Jason Smarr, Edmonds-Woodway 5-1
Jory Strickland, Snohomish 4-2
Chris Sato, Shorecrest 3-1
Jordan Hill, Glacier Peak 3-2
David Kusnick, Oak Harbor 3-2
Jeremy King, Arlington 2-1

Luong Hau, Everett 6-0
James Okubo, Jackson 6-0
Jeffrey Levine, Mount Vernon 6-0
Jonathan Spores, Stanwood 4-0
Andrew Copsey, Shorecrest 4-1
Max Teer, Edmonds-Woodway 4-2
Julian Gonzalez, Glacier Peak 3-2

Everett Wang, Jackson 5-0
Eric Berquist, Shorewood 6-1
Connor Ghirardo, Arlington 5-1
Daniel Cho, Kamiak 4-1
Grant Schultz, Lake Stevens 4-1
Andras Szucs, Shorecrest 4-1
Harrison Miller, Oak Harbor 3-1
Eric Bryant, Edmonds-Woodway 4-2

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