Prep wrestling: Edmonds-Woodway 63, Jackson 0

At Edmonds-Woodway H.S.

106—Dane Johnson (EW) maj. dec. Trevor Cook 11-0; 113—Gabe Baltazar (EW) maj. dec. Sebastian Fandino 12-0; 120—Tyler Stedman (EW) pinned Aaron Comparan 3:01; 126—Noah Cuzzetto (EW) pinned Jay Burns 3:26; 132—Mark Hood (EW) dec. Isaac Dickerson 10-8, OT; 138—Hiram Martin (EW) dec. Benjamin O’Neal 7-1; 145—Jonah Perez (EW) dec. Cole Mellott 4-2; 152—Nathan Vulliet (EW) maj. dec. Craig Gannon 12-1; 160—DeShaun Washington (EW) pinned Alexander Warner 2:40; 170—Matthew Cuzzetto (EW) pinned Cade Christensen 4:46; 182—Spencer Schultz (EW) pinned Dustin Shaffer 5:42; 195—Marquise Brown (EW) dec. Hector Morrell 3-0; 220—Jason Turnquist (EW) dec. Tyler Bennett 7-4; 285—George Johanson (EW) pinned Edward Vasilchenko 0:40. Records—Jackson 0-1 league, 0-4 overall. Edmonds-Woodway 1-0, 4-2.

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