Top Wesco singles players records

Updated through Oct. 12

No. 1

Patrick Chung, Cascade15-0

Jonathan Wolf, Stanwood15-1

Nick Ekern, Meadowdale14-2

Ben Mietzner, Jackson13-2

Nishaant Limaye, Shorecrest11-3

Casey Goodwin, Mount Vernon8-3

Patrick Luangrath, Glacier Peak10-4

Trent Sarver, Arlington11-5

Andrew Ivelia, Snohomish9-6

Sung Yu, Kamiak7-6

Eric Allen, Everett9-8

No. 2

Peter Cung, Jackson13-0

Eric Saekow, Stanwood12-0

Ulises Aceves, Everett15-1

Jeffrey Levine, Mount Vernon12-2

Andrew Copsey, Shorecrest12-2

Jason Smarr, Edmonds-Woodway14-3

James Hua, Cascade10-4

Joseph Lee, Kamiak11-5

Jordan Hill, Glacier Peak9-5

No. 3

James Okubo, Jackson13-0

Emahd Khan, Shorecrest11-0

Jonathan Spores, Stanwood11-1

Eric Berquist, Shorewood13-2

Anthony Shanander, Mount Vernon10-2

Julian Gonzalez, Glacier Peak10-2

Luong Hau, Everett11-5

Nate Stockwell, Snohomish8-6

Max Teer, Edmonds-Woodway8-5

Jack Lund, Stanwood1-1

Other

Everett Wang, Jackson13-0

Grant Follis, Jackson6-0

Andras Szucs, Shorecrest11-1

Jack Nazy, Cascade9-1

Daniel Cho, Kamiak13-2

Keaton Urling-Ehinger, Stanwood6-1

Nick North, Shorecrest5-1

Connor Ghirardo, Arlington14-3

Peter Davis, Glacier Peak10-3

Grant Schultz, Lake Stevens8-5

Harrison Miller, Oak Harbor8-6

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