Prep wrestling: Everett 67, Marysville Getchell 10

At Marysville Getchell H.S.

106—Leah Klein (E) pinned Cameron Finch-Bridge, 1:51; 113—Sean Underhill (E) pinned Anthony Lebrake, 5:14; 120—Patrick West (E) pinned John Nguyen, 2:39; 126—Bryan Sanchez (E) pinned Gabriel Broome, 3:59; 132—Christian Bagdadi (E) maj. dec. Rage Quick 17-2; 138—Mike Allred (E) dec. Josh Abante, 5-1; 145—Quentin Watson (E) pinned Jacob Carlson, 1:23; 152—Jasen Bergesen (E) maj. dec. Charles Sweat, 19-4; 160—Jake Leonard (E) won by forfeit; 170—Pablo Yeo (E) pinned Cody Vedder, 0:45; 182—Anthony Hawkins (E) pinned Eugene Marcus, 0:36; 195—Anthony Brown (E) pinned Riley Kalamen, 1:36; 220—Brett Engleman (MG) maj. dec. Adrian Monar, 16-5; 285—Chase Kyzer (MG) won by forfeit. Records—Everett 1-0 league, 7-0 overall. Marysville Getchell 0-1, 0-6.

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