Here’s a look at the Glory Days Magazine Boys Swimming All-Stars for the 2019-2020 season:
Joey Tepper, Egg Harbor Township: Glory Days Magazine Boys Swimmer of the Year.
Brandon Bell, Egg Harbor Township: Bell might have been overshadowed a bit by Tepper, but he had a tremendous season as well. He took fourth in the 100 backstroke at the NJSIAA Meet of Champions and also was the Cape-Atlantic League champ in that event while also finishing second in the 100 butterfly.
A.J. Mallari, Egg Harbor Township: He won a league title in the 100 breaststroke and took third in that event at the coaches meet while leading the Eagles to one of their best seasons ever.
Winchester Ployratana, Egg Harbor Township: Teamed up with Tepper, Bell and Mallari to form one of the top 200 medley relay teams in South Jersey, setting a school record in the event, and also took 16th in the state in the 100 freestyle.
Jack Levari, St. Augustine Prep: An MOC qualifier in the 200 freestyle, he took 16th in the state and also won all four races he entered in the Hermits’s state championship meet loss to CBA.
Shane Washart, St. Augustine Prep: Scored a pair of top-10 finishes at the MOC, taking eighth in the 500 free and 10th in the 200 free. He also took second in the 200 IM at the coaches meet.
Will Carpenter, St. Augustine Prep: A league champion in the 50 free, he also finished ninth in the state in that event.
Cole Garbutt, Mainland Regional: A junior, Garbutt took 11th in the state in the 200 IM and also won the CAL 100 butterfly title and was second in the 200 IM. He helped lead Mainland to its sixth consecutive sectional championship.
Liam Garbutt, Mainland Regional: Liam, a senior, won the league title in the 100 free and was second in the 50 free, and also scored top-15 finishes in both events at the MOC.
Dolan Grisbaum, Ocean City: Helped lead the Red Raiders to the sectional championship meet for the second straight year while also scoring top-15 finishes in the state in the 500 free and 200 IM.