Lake Stevens advances 10 to state, finishes second at regionals

SILVERDALE — Lake Stevens had 10 wrestlers qualify for the state tournament, but the Vikings couldn’t repeat as champions of the 4A Regional I Tournament as Yelm took the team title on Saturday at Central Kitsap High School.

Michael Soler (113 pounds), Jake Douglas (126), Noah Cuzzetto (132), Cody Vigoren (195) all finished as individual champions for the Vikings, who finished with 187 points, 34 behind Yelm.

Snohomish’s Garrett Stich and Tristan Baus topped the 182-pound and 220-pound weight classes, respectively, to lead the Panthers to a third-place finish.

Other first-place finishers included Arlington’s Jeremy Nygard (106), Lynnwood’s Hunter Lord (160) and Kamiak’s Tyler Webley (170).

At Central Kitsap H.S.

Team results—Yelm 221, Lake Stevens 187, Snohomish 109, South Kitsap 93, Arlington 68, Central Kitsap 66, Kamiak 64.5, Bellarmine Prep 51, Mariner 42, Cascade 41.5, Lynnwood 39, Olympia 37, Edmonds-Woodway 33, Mount Vernon 32.5, Gig Harbor 16, Monroe 10, Jackson 7, Stadium 0.

Championship results

106—Jeremy Nygard (Arl) dec. Mason Harrison 6-0; 113—Michael Soler (LS) maj. dec. Tyler Headland (LS) 9-1; 120—Darren Harris (Yelm) pinned David Garica (Cas) 2:33; 126—Jake Douglas (LS) dec. Brandon Forster (SK) 5-0; 132—Noah Cuzzetto (LS) maj. dec. Jacob Rash (Yelm) 10-0; 138—Tanner Page (Yelm) dec. Joel Sherman (SK) 10-4; 145—Adam Lutovsky (SK) dec. Nathan Vulliet (EW) 5-4 (OT); 152—Brandon Rochester (Yelm) dec. Rafael Ibarra (MV) 3-0; 160—Hunter Lord (Lyn) dec. David Bikoev (Kam) 6-0; 170—Tyler Webley (Kam) tech. fall Bo Campbell (Yelm) 17-2; 182—Garrett Stich (Sno) pinned Blake Moser (GH) 3:33; 195—Cody Vigoren (LS) maj. dec. Tristan Hartmann (SK) 11-1; 220—Tristan Baus (Sno) pinned Elliott Villars (BP) 2:21; 285—Dominick Johnson (CK) pinned Francisco Flores (Mar) 2:33.

Other local state qualifiers

106—3. Sidat Kanyi (EW); 120—3. Alex Rodorigo (LS), 4. Garrett Gershmel (LS); 126—4. Wyatt Larsen (Cas); 132—4. Trysten Perales (LS); 138—4. Bryce Thomas (Arl); 145—3. Tyler Frisch (Kam), 4. McKinley Braa (Mon); 152—3. Scott Bardell (Arl); 160—Logan Johnson (LS); 170—4. Mason Beaver (LS); 182—3. Juan Garcia (Cas), 4. Edgars Plornish (Mar); 195—3. Justin Kearney (Sno), 4. Peder Morrill (Sno). 220—3. Alex Fairhurst (Sno); 285—3. Daniel Huynh (Mar), 4. Mario Rojas (Sno).

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