Too bad the state boys basketball playoffs didn’t count in the selection of the All-Wesco 3A North Winter Sports Teams.
While Marysville-Pilchuck standout RaeQuan Battle made the first team, teammate Luke Dobler was named to the second team and Aaron Kalab and Cameron Stordahl only received honorable mention.
Other local players honored are listed below:
RaeQuan Battle, M-P, 12
Malakhi Knight, MG, 10
Anthony Whitis, Arlington, 12
Josh Gutierrez, Arlington, 12
Griffin Gardoski, Arlington, 12
Luke Dobler, M-P, 11
Will Abram, Arlington, 11
Josiah Koellmer, MG, 10
Caleb Koellmer, MG, 12
Cameron Stordahl, M-P, 11
Aaron Kalab, M-P, 11
Sierra Scheppele, Arlington, G, 11
Mikail Montez, MG, P, 12
Josie Stupey, Arlington, G, 10
Maddy Grandbois, MG, F, 11
Hailey Hiatt, Arlington, G, 10
Miriah Summers, M-P, F, 12
Keira Marsh, Arlington, G, 9
106 pounds: senior Daniel Heiss, Arlington
113: sophomore Dorian Tollenaar, Arlington
120: senior Tanner Lauzon, M-P
138: senior Trey Padgett, MG
145: senior Isaiah Galindo, M-P
170: junior Cayden White, M-P
182: senior Edgar Duenas, MG
220: sophomore Cheron Smith, MG 285: senior Jeffery Roullier, M-P
105: junior Vivian Potong, Arlington
120: junior Tailer Cochran, Arlington
Two MG swimmers and one from M-P made the All Wesco 3A North squad.
For the Tomahawks, sophomore diver Andrew Kallio was honored.
For MG junior Kameron Wilkes in the 100 butterfly and senior Nicholas Carlson in the 100 breaststroke were named.