Local finalists at Mat Classic XXV

Class 4A

Lake Stevens’ Michael Soler takes on Moses Lake’s Trey Long in the 106-pound championship at 5 p.m. SOLER WINS 8-3

Edmonds-Woodway’s Noah Cuzzetto takes on Yelm’s Darren Harris in the 112-pound championship at 5:20 p.m. CUZZETTO WINS BY PIN

Lake Stevens’ Eric Soler takes on Graham-Kapowsin’s Ian Steen in the 145-pound championship at 7 p.m. SOLER WINS 3-2

Lake Stevens’ Brandon Johnson takes on South Kitsap’s Damien Medeiros in the 285-pound championship at 9:20 p.m. JOHNSON WINS 7-3

Class 3A

Stanwood’s West Weinert takes on Sunnyside’s Homer Romero in the 106-pound championship at 5 p.m. WEINERT LOSES 6-4 IN OT

Shorewood’s Matthew Floresca takes on Kelso’s Josh Newberg in the 126-pound championship at 6 p.m. FLORESCA LOSES 3-0

Marysville Pilchuck’s Killian Page takes on Mt. Spokane’s John Hoover in the 145-pound championship at 7 p.m. PAGE LOSES 5-0

Oak Harbor’s Joshua Crebbin takes on Meadowdale’s Morgan Smith in the 160-pound championship at 7:40 p.m. SMITH DEFEATS CREBBIN 4-2

Glacier Peak’s Sean Elledge takes on Bonney Lake’s Chili Sabin in the 182-pound championship at 8:20 p.m. ELLEDGE WINS 6-5

Marysville Getchell’s Alfredo Diaz takes on Decatur’s Kyle Gleed in the 285-pound championship at 9:20 p.m. DIAZ LOSES INJURY DEF.

Class 2A

Archbishop Murphy’s Foster Wade takes on Ephrata’s Tyrus Kemp in the 195-pound championship at 8:40 p.m. WADE LOSES 4-3

Class 1B/2B

Darrington’s Mason McKenzie takes on Pomeroy’s Austin Reisdor in the 220-pound championship at 9 p.m. MCKENZIE LOSES 14-3

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