2013-14 All-Wesco wrestling teams

Wesco 4A

106: Jeremy Nygard, So., Arlington

113: Michael Soler, So., Lake Stevens

120: David Garcia, Sr., Cascade

126: Jake Douglas, So., Lake Stevens

132: Noah Cuzzetto, Sr., Lake Stevens

138: Bryce Thomas, Sr., Arlington

145: Nathan Vulliet, Sr., Edmonds-Woodway

152: Rafael Ibarra, Sr., Mount Vernon

160: Hunter Lord, Sr., Lynnwood

170: Tyler Webley, Sr., Kamiak

182: Garrett Stich, Sr., Snohomish

195: Cody Vigoren, Jr., Lake Stevens

220: Tristan Baus, Sr., Snohomish

285: Mario Rojas, Sr., Snohomish

Wesco 3A North

106: C.J. Goodman, Fr., Marysville Pilchuck

113: Christian Bertram, Jr., Oak Harbor

120: Bryan Sanchez, So., Everett

126: Jacob Cole, Sr., Stanwood

132: Jeremy Vester, Jr., Oak Harbor

138: Jahleel Vester, Sr., Oak Harbor

145: Quentin Watson, Sr., Everett

152: Mark Johnston, Jr., Oak Harbor

160: Killian Page, Jr., Marysville Pilchuck

170: Drew Hatch, Jr., Marysville Pilchuck

182: Garret Arrona, Jr., Stanwood

195: Foster Wade, Sr., Stanwood

220: Ray Quinday, Sr., Oak Harbor

285: Jackson Constant, Jr., Oak Harbor

Wesco 3A South

106: Samir Mahmoud, So., Glacier Peak

113: Abiel Tesfamariam, Jr., Shorewood

120: Taylor Hetherington, Sr., M. Terrace

126: Matthew Florseca, Sr., Shorewood

132: Ricky Moraguez, Sr., Shorecrest

138: Ethan Barr, Sr., Glacier Peak

145: Braden Kalloway, Jr., Shorewood

152: Daniil Oliferovskiy, Jr., Mountlake Terrace

160: Logan Coleman, Sr., Glacier Peak

170: Griffin Thomas, Jr., Glacier Peak

182: Syd Springberg, Sr., Mountlake Terrace

195: Ciaran Ball, Sr., Meadowdale

220: Tim Smith, Jr., Meadowdale

285: Mosese Fifita, Jr., Glacier Peak

Girls

100: Jaelyn Rutledge, So., Arlington

106: Brenda Reyna, Fr., Mt. Vernon

112: Nyla Lee, So., Mt. Vernon

124: Courtney Rogers, Sr., Snohomish

130: Alexandria Renault, Sr., Mt. Vernon

145: Brooke Dogget, Sr., Stanwood

155: Jenny Schneider, Sr., Mt. Vernon

170: Meredith Bain, Fr., Oak Harbor

190: Dee Dee Free, Fr., Meadowdale

265: Amber Cramsey-Behnke, So., Oak Harbor

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