The Everett Rowing Association men’s varsity 8 plus cox consists of, from left to right, Justin DeHart, Elijah Hellman, Ethan Senn, Andrew McCartney, Aidan Richer, Owen Moody, Ethan Miedema, William Sweeney and Dylan Stengel. (Photo courtesy of the Everett Rowing Association)

The Everett Rowing Association men’s varsity 8 plus cox consists of, from left to right, Justin DeHart, Elijah Hellman, Ethan Senn, Andrew McCartney, Aidan Richer, Owen Moody, Ethan Miedema, William Sweeney and Dylan Stengel. (Photo courtesy of the Everett Rowing Association)

Everett’s ‘boys in the boat’

Here are the members of the Everett Rowing Association’s men’s varsity 8 crew.

The Everett Rowing Association men’s varsity 8 plus cox boat took gold the USRowing Northwest Youth Championships last month in Vancouver, Washington, becoming just the second team in the organization’s history to win a regional title in that division. Next up for Everett are the 2019 USRowing Youth National Championships, which take place Thursday through Sunday in Sarasota-Bradenton, Florida.

Here are the members of the boat:

Boat position Rower High School Year
Cox Aidan Richer Everett Freshman
Stroke Dylan Stengel Kamiak Sophomore
Seven William Sweeney Jackson Junior
Six Ethan Miedema Bothell Senior
Five Owen Moody Home schooled Sophomore
Four Andrew McCartney Arlington Senior
Three Ethan Senn Arlington Junior
Two Elijah Hellman Archbishop Murphy Junior
Bow Justin DeHart Arlington Junior

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