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2016 All-Peninsula Athletic League swimming teams

 

2016 ALL-PENINSULA ATHLETIC LEAGUE SWIMMING

GIRLS

Swimmer of the Meet: Izzi Henig (Menlo-Atherton)

First Team

Haley Arrington (Menlo-Atherton)

Ashley Bianchi (Burlingame)

Kate Denend (Menlo-Atherton)

Nicole Dundas (Menlo-Atherton)

Izzi Henig (Menlo-Atherton)

Kierstin Ikeda (Sequoia)

Michelle Karpishin (Hillsdale)

Rei Kuramoto (Burlingame)

Sophie Murff (Menlo-Atherton)

Larisa Tam (San Mateo)

Second Team

Kaia Anderson (Woodside)

Isabelle Couch (Woodside)

Faith Dunn (Menlo-Atherton)

Elle Fabian (Woodside)

Maya Gotthard (Woodside)

Nicole Greenberg (Woodside)

Natalie Ken (San Mateo)

Mary Lane (Menlo-Atherton)

Emma Lepisova (San Mateo)

Jade Margolis (Carlmont)

Megan Tao (Carlmont)

Hana Wong (Carlmont)

Maddie Worden (Menlo-Atherton)

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BOYS

Swimmer of the Meet: Karl Arvidsson (Woodside)

First Team

Karl Arvidsson (Woodside)

Vincent Busque (Menlo-Atherton)

Josh Camerino (Carlmont)

Nik Caryotakis (Menlo-Atherton)

Alex Chan (Carlmont)

Trevor Collet (Woodside)

Noah Dearborn (Sequoia)

Cameron Ho (Carlmont)

Michael Ma (Sequoia)

Joseph Maffei (Hillsdale)

Christian Rosier (Hillsdale)

Stuart Vickery (Carlmont)

Second Team

Jack Beasley (Menlo-Atherton)

Nicholas Chao (Carlmont)

Max Ferenczy (Menlo-Atherton)

Patrick He (Carlmont)

Lukas Kelly (Carlmont)

Ethan Low (San Mateo)

Hunter Manter (Carlmont)

Dylan Reinhardt (Carlmont)

Justin Sasano (Burlingame)

Justin Sell (Aragon)

Sho Takahashi (Carlmont)

Jak Tedesco (Menlo-Atherton)

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