Prep wrestling: Cascade 63, Lynnwood 12

At Cascade H.S.

106—Nate Paulson (L) maj. dec. Stephanie Huerta (C) 12-2; 113—Rosco North (C) forfeit; 120—Jorge Escobedo (C) pinned Jonah Simon 5:30; 126—Wyatt Larsen (C) pinned Caleb Lubag 1:51; 132—Gino Obregon (C) dec. Mathew Calkins 9-2; 138—Darrick Rongholt (C) forfeit; 145—Juan Garcia (C) pinned Cole Anstice 1:36; 152—Noah Johnson (C) pinned Cody Stocker 2:53; 160—Hunter Lord (L) pinned Jacob Nakata 1:56; 170—Tom Eddy (C) forfeit; 182—Roneil Cubilla (C) pinned Jordan Calloway :46; 195—Madhi Shahhosseini (L) dec. David Gutierrez 9-7; 220—Blake Carrico (C) pinned Manuel Vasquez 5:05; 285—Sam Calabrese (C) pinned Melvin Zepeda 1:00; Records—Lynnwood 0-5 league, 1-10 overall. Cascade 4-1, 5-2.

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