NPSL selects its All-Cascade Division swim and dive teams

  • Friday, December 1, 2017 2:30pm
  • Sports

The North Puget Sound League has announced its All-Cascade Division swim and dive teams.

They are: (grade in parenthesis)

First Team

Amelia Blakely, 9, Tahoma

Lauren Briggs, 9, Kentridge

Grace Felner, 10, Mount Rainier

Grace Gallagher, 10, Kentridge

Annelise Hed, 11, Kentwood

Raegan Marek, 10, Mount Rainier

Shayla Markle, 10, Kennedy

Emiri Nishizawa, 10, Tahoma

Dive:

Lizzy McKnight, 10, Kentridge

Second Team

Hannah Ackerman, 11, KW

Kylie Doan, 9, Hazen

Bridget Duven, 12, Tahoma

Kendra Gibson, 9, Tahoma

Maedlline Kalenius, 11, Kennedy

Rachel Kloepfer, 9, Tahoma

Krista Markle, 9, Kennedy

Jayda So, 10, Kent-Meridian

Dive:

Cassy Padilla, 11, Kentlake

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