NPSL selects its All-Olympic Division swim and dive teams

  • Friday, December 1, 2017 2:35pm
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The North Puget Sound League has announced its All-Olympic Division swim and dive teams.

They are: (grade in parenthesis)

First Team

Jaden Henry, 11, Auburn

Sarah Jacobson, 9, Federal Way

Amy Nguyen, 12, Thomas Jefferson

Margaret Petellin, 10, Enumclaw

Elise Pratt, 11, Enumclaw

Breanna Ross, 10, Federal Way

Lilian Tucker, 9, Decatur

Kimberly Walling, 9, Decatur

Dive:

Abbie Jo Carlson, 12, Enumclaw

Second Team

Kyra Brandt, 10, Auburn Riverside

Chloe Edwards, 9, Auburn Riverside

Shae Fairchild, 11, Auburn Riverside

Caitlyn Lo, 9, Federal Way

Emily Nguyen, 10, Thomas Jefferson

Ryley Pilato, 11, Enumclaw

Jaylyn Wong, 12, Auburn Riverside

Audrey Wood, 12, Auburn Riverside

Dive:

Stephanie Gunn, 10, Todd Beamer

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