Arlington’s Taras McCurdie returns volley against Everett on Sept. 19 at Clark Park. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)

Arlington’s Taras McCurdie returns volley against Everett on Sept. 19 at Clark Park. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)

The 2019 All-Wesco boys tennis teams

The 2019 All-Wesco boys tennis teams as selected by the conferences’ coaches:


First Team


Brady Thomas, jr., Jackson

Dario Ristovski, jr., Glacier Peak

Joshua Lee, soph., Kamiak

Jason Yee, fr., Glacier Peak


Tyler Cochran, sr./ Ethan Hoglund jr., Lake Stevens

Kyle Nget, sr./ Ethan Stutzman, sr., Glacier Peak

Aaron Lee, soph./ Jaeden Tongco, sr., Kamiak

Landon Jones, sr./ Ben Isler, sr., Glacier Peak

Coach of the Year

Mark Hein, Lake Stevens


First Team


Macen Strickland, sr., Snohomish

Taras McCurdie, sr., Arlington

Will MacDonald, soph., Snohomish

Ezra Franklin, soph., Oak Harbor


Micah Franklin, jr./ Nick Krantz, sr., Oak Harbor

Aaron Robertson, sr./ Grant Mueller, soph., Everett

Shintaro Wilcox, sr./ Preston Pierce, sr., Stanwood

Ben Nichols, sr./ Keaton McBride, sr., Arlington

Coach of the Year

Evan Shaw, Marysville Pilchuck


First Team


Nicolas Desgrippes, jr., Lynnwood

Steven Lin, sr., Shorewood

Sebastian Fernandez, jr., Edmonds-Woodway

Chris Combs, jr., Shorewood


Ben Silber,jr./ Zaid Khan, soph., Shorecrest

Russell Anderson, fr./ Zach Foreman, jr., Edmonds-Woodway

Ben Fahey, sr./ Chase Harmon, sr., Meadowdale

Derick Han, sr./ Nico Christianson., sr., Shorewood

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