2013-14 All-Wesco boys swimming teams

Wesco 4A North

200 Free: Ben Johnson, So., Mt. Vernon

500 Free: Jeffery Lozensky, So., Lake Stevens

200 IM: Chris Petershagen, So., Lake Stevens

100 Back: Chase Reid, Jr., Lake Stevens

50 Free: Jacob Rudolph, So., Snohomish

100 Free: Travis Spitzock, So., Cascade

100 Fly: William Summers, So., Lake Stevens

100 Breast: McRae Blankenship, Jr., Lake Stevens

Diving: Chase Reid, Jr., Lake Stevens

200 Free Relay: Snohomish, Jacob Rudolph, So., Bo Salvadalena, So., Robert Williams, Jr., Easton Lemos, Sr.

200 Medley Relay: Lake Stevens, Chase Reid, Jr., Jeffery Lozensky, So., William Summers, So., Nathaniel Goldor, Sr.

400 Free Relay: Lake Stevens, Chase Reid, Jr., Nathaniel Goldor, Sr., Chris Petershagen, So., Jeffery Lozensky, So.

Wesco 4A South

200 Free: Daniel Carey, Sr., Kamiak

500 Free: Henry Limm, So., Kamiak

200 IM: Henry Limm, So., Kamiak

100 Back: Conner McGinnis, Jr., Jackson

50 Free: Eben Schumann, Jr., Kamiak

100 Free: Eben Schumann, Jr., Kamiak

100 Fly: Alex Nguyenle, Jr., E-W

100 Breast: Alex Nguyenle, Jr., E-W

200 Free Relay: Kamiak, Alonzo Tacuyan, Sr., Ben Dovinh, Jr., Kristopher Kusuda, Sr., Daniel Carey, Sr.

200 Medley Relay: Kamiak, Lee Shelby, Jr., Alonzo Tacuyan, Sr., Henry Limm, So., Eben Schumann, Jr.

400 Free Relay: Kamiak, Shelby Lee, Jr., Eben Schumann, Jr., Henry Limm, So., Daniel Carey, Sr.

Wesco 3A North

200 Free: Cameron Lee, Jr., Everett

500 Free: Joe Gorman, So., Oak Harbor

200 IM: Micha Geist, So., Oak Harbor

100 Back: Cedric Cabigting, Sr., Oak Harbor

50 Free: Caley Powers, Sr., Oak Harbor

100 Free: Connor De Marco, So., Marysville Getchell

100 Fly: Caley Powers, Sr., Oak Harbor

100 Breast: Kevin Sandquist, Sr., Stanwood

Diving: Luis Pineda-Lopez, So., Marysville Getchell

200 Free Relay: Oak Harbor, Cedric Cabigting, Sr., Dakota Powers, Jr., Caley Powers, Sr., Micah Geist, So.

200 Medley Relay: Oak Harbor, Micah Geist, So., Dakota Powers, Jr., Caley Powers, Sr., Cedric Cabigting, Sr.

400 Free Relay: Marysville Pilchuck, Grant Baker, Sr., Tony Preston, Jr., Owin Ell, Jr., Jonathan Pusateri, Sr.

Wesco 3A South

200 Free: Tore Lanboe, Jr., Shorewood

500 Free: Grant Heisey, So., Shorecrest

200 IM: Grant Heisey, So., Shorecrest

100 Back: Anders Blomso, Sr., Shorewood

50 Free: Galen Kintner, Sr., Shorewood

100 Free: Galen Kintner, Sr., Shorewood

100 Fly: Chris Flynn, Jr., Meadowdale

100 Breast: Andrew Garrison, Sr., Shorewood

Diving: Aaron Moss, Sr., Shorecrest

200 Free Relay: Shorewood, Tore Landboe, Jr., Jack Allen, Sr., Galen Kintner, Sr., Andrew Garrison, Sr.

200 Medley Relay: Shorewood, Jonah Hoverson, Sr., Galen Kintner, Sr., Gonzalo Jeronimo, Jr., Andrew Garrison, Sr.

400 Free Relay: Shorewood, Jonah Hoverson, Sr., Arne Landboe, Sr., Anders Blomso, Sr., Tore Landboe, Jr.

More in Sports

Local orienteering league sends kids racing into the woods

Competitors use only a map and a compass to navigate through remote terrain toward checkpoints.

How Lake Stevens’ Walles rediscovered his love for swimming

Helping teammates improve has reignited the senior’s passion in the pool.

High school swimming: Five storylines to watch this season

Jackson and Kamiak both appear poised to make waves this winter

Carroll critical of Seahawks after ugly end to Sunday’s game

Seattle coach: ‘We don’t want to look like that. Ever.’

Video: An introduction to competitive orienteering

Several Snohomish County high schools compete in the Washington Interscholastic Orienteering League.

BLOG: Carter Hart named WHL Goalie of the Week (yes, again)

Carter Hart has been named the WHL Goaltender of the Week for… Continue reading

Monday’s prep results, with links to recaps

Here are Monday’s prep scores, with links to recaps: BOYS BASKETBALL Northwest… Continue reading

Community roundup: Local runners help win a national title

Club Northwest won the Men’s Masters division at the USATF National Club Cross Country Championships

WSU defensive lineman voted a first-team All-American

Washington’s Pettis and WSU’s O’Connell make the second team; UW’s Vea earns a spot on the third team

Most Read