Lake Stevens loses first home match in more than 20 years

LAKE STEVENS — A pivotal match at 132 pounds proved to be the deciding factor as Chase Classen edged Lake Stevens’ Jake Douglas 5-3 in overtime to lead visiting Moses Lake to a 36-29 win over the Vikings.

The loss was the first at home for Lake Stevens in more than two decades, according to Vikings head coach Brent Barnes.

The 132-pound contest saw Douglas fall to Moses Lake’s Classen in overtime 5-3 in a match that went down to the buzzer in the overtime period.

Two key matches for the Vikings were 126-pounder Michael Solar’s pin of Clayton Clark in 1 minute, 32 seconds, and Tristan Perales’ pin of Shawn Cotton in 5:02. Also Lake Stevens’ Ty Headland defeated 2013 state finalist Trey Long by a 7-2 decision at 113 pounds.

At Lake Stevens H.S.

106—Cooper McCulloush (ML) pinned Gino Loera :21; 113—Ty Headland (LS) dec. Trey Long 7-2; 120—Fernando Leyva (ML) dec. AJ Crew 6-3; 126—Michael Solar (LS) pinned Clayton Clark 1:32; 132—Chase Classen (MS) dec. Jake Douglas 5-3 (OT); 138—Tristan Perales (LS) pinned Shawn Cotton 5:02; 145—Noah Cuzzetto (LS) pinned Cyrus Knolls 1:16; 152—Brenden Sanchez (ML) dec. Danny Sagiao 14-12; 160—Hudson Mausath (ML) pinned Kyle Sexton 3:51; 170—Logan Johnson (LS) maj. dec. Nick Fernandez 10-0; 182—Easton Castro (ML) dec. Mason Beaver 3-2; 195—Cody Vigoren (LS) major dec. Jordan Lacelle 11-2; 220—Dillan Morris (ML) pinned Michael Oberholtzer 3:52; 285—Justin Sainsbury (ML) pinned Dillion Hutchenson 1:20. Records—Moses Lake not reported. Lake Stevens 3-1.

More in Sports

Local orienteering league sends kids racing into the woods

Competitors use only a map and a compass to navigate through remote terrain toward checkpoints.

How Lake Stevens’ Walles rediscovered his love for swimming

Helping teammates improve has reignited the senior’s passion in the pool.

High school swimming: Five storylines to watch this season

Jackson and Kamiak both appear poised to make waves this winter

Carroll critical of Seahawks after ugly end to Sunday’s game

Seattle coach: ‘We don’t want to look like that. Ever.’

Video: An introduction to competitive orienteering

Several Snohomish County high schools compete in the Washington Interscholastic Orienteering League.

BLOG: Carter Hart named WHL Goalie of the Week (yes, again)

Carter Hart has been named the WHL Goaltender of the Week for… Continue reading

Monday’s prep results, with links to recaps

Here are Monday’s prep scores, with links to recaps: BOYS BASKETBALL Northwest… Continue reading

Community roundup: Local runners help win a national title

Club Northwest won the Men’s Masters division at the USATF National Club Cross Country Championships

WSU defensive lineman voted a first-team All-American

Washington’s Pettis and WSU’s O’Connell make the second team; UW’s Vea earns a spot on the third team

Most Read