Truckee swimming | Straw, Percin make All-Region first team |

Truckee swimming | Straw, Percin make All-Region first team

A number of Truckee swimmers were awarded with selections to the Northern swimming and diving All-Region teams.

Truckee seniors Brittany Percin and Alex Straw, who will swim on a scholarship at University of Hawaii next season, were both named to the first team — Percin in the 200-yard freestyle and Straw in the 100 breaststroke.

Truckee’s Brittney Straw, Niki Kates, Ingrid Suter, Jake Hamilton and Marcus Rodarte all were named to the second team. Brittney Straw earned the honor in the 200 individual medley (IM) and 100 breaststroke, Kates in the 200 IM and 100 backstroke, Suter in the 100 butterfly, Hamilton in the 100 freestyle and 100 breaststroke, and Rodarte in the 100 freestyle and 100 backstroke.

McQueen’s Patrick McCrillis and Sage Ridge’s Chris Miller were co-Swimmers of the Year for the boys, and Shelby Koontz of Douglas was the girl Swimmer of the Year. Hope Castro of Douglas was Coach of the Year.

Northern swimming all-region

Girl Swimmer of the Year: Shelby Koontz, Douglas

Boy Swimmers of the Year: Patrick McCrillis, McQueen; Chris Miller, Sage Ridge

Coach of the Year: Hope Castro, Douglas  

Official of the Year: Regina Ford

Girls first team

200 freestyle: McKenna Meyer, Galena; Brittany Percin, Truckee

200 Individual medley: Madi Hurst, Manogue; Rachel Matsumura, Galena

50 freestyle: Shelby Koontz, Douglas; Haydn Burton, Damonte Ranch

Diving: Makenzie Caufield, Bishop Manogue; Ally Concepcion, Manogue

100 butterfly: Holly Burton, Damonte Ranch; Madison Grimes, Reed

100 freestyle: Shelby Koontz, Douglas; Emma Farr, Damonte Ranch

500 freestyle: McKenna Meyer, Galena; Donna DePolo, Bishop Manogue

100 backstroke: Rachel Matsumura, Galena; Madison Grimes, Reed

100 breaststroke: Madi Hurst, Bishop Manogue; Donna DePolo, Manogue

Girls second team

200 freestyle: Sierra Simpkins, Wooster; Elizabeth Everest, Carson

200 Individual medley: Brittney Straw, Truckee; Niki Kates, Truckee

50 freestyle: Kirsten Tang, South Tahoe; Ashlyn Edmondo, Reed

Diving: Casey McCord, McQueen; Amy Watanabe, Reed

100 butterfly: Ingrid Suter, Truckee; Kenzie Murphey, Galena

100 freestyle: Kenzie Murphey, Galena; Erica Chappell, Douglas

500 freestyle: Elizabeth Everest, Carson; Savannah Chappell, Douglas

100 backstroke: Niki Kates, Truckee; Kirsten Tang, South Tahoe

100 breaststroke: Brittney Straw, Truckee; Megan Henley, Galena

Boys first team

200 freestyle: Brayden Murphy, Galena; Kyle Curtis, Bishop Manogue

200 Individual medley: Chris Miller, Sage Ridge

50 freestyle: Patrick McCrillis, McQueen; Jeff Tung, Reno

Diving: Bail Aiello, Reed; Connor Mink, McQueen

100 butterfly: Christopher Meyer, Galena; Kevin Smithen, Douglas

100 freestyle: Patrick McCrillis, McQueen; Morgan Hughes, Reno

500 freestyle: Chris Miller, Sage Ridge; Christopher Meyer, Galena

100 backstroke: Jeff Tung, Reno; Brayden Murphy, Galena

100 breaststroke: Alex Straw, Truckee; Dagen Kipling, Carson

Boys second team

200 freestyle: Miles Cameron, Reno; Isaac Boone, Reno

200 Individual medley: Janosch Lancaster, Douglas; Dagen Kipling, Carson

50 freestyle: Morgan Hughes, Reno; Isaac Boone, Reno

Diving: Taylen Lopez-Simms, Douglas; Jordan White, Douglas

100 butterfly: Matt Biondi, Reno; Brady McIntyre, South Tahoe

100 freestyle: Jake Hamilton, Truckee; Marcus Rodarte, Truckee

500 freestyle: Kyle Johnson, Bishop Manogue; Miles Cameron, Reno

100 backstroke: Janosch Lancaster, Douglas; Marcus Rodarte, Truckee

100 breaststroke: Jake Hamilton, Truckee; Reed Parkhurst, Spanish Springs

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