Prep wrestling: Everett Classic

At Everett H.S.

Team scores — Pasco 182.5, Arlington 176.5, Everett 134.5, Issaquah 131.5, Mount Si 103, Sedro-Woolley 98, Snohomish 72, Lake Stevens 71.5, Hazen 70, Chief Sealth 57, Meadowdale 55, Mount Vernon 55, Mountlake Terrace 53, Vashon Island 50, Nathan Hale 43, Kennedy Catholic 37, Interlake 32, Timberline 31.5, Blanchet 50.5, Lynnwood 26, Shorecrest 21, Liberty 14, South Whidbey 13, Edmonds-Woodway 12, Archbishop Murphy 8, Ferndale 8, Meridian 7, Bellingham 5, Lake Washington 0.

Local placers

106—Josh Ren, Snohomish first; Matt Johnson Lake Stevens, second; Kadin Guzman, Arlington, T-third; Aiden Granquist, Lake Stevens, T-fifth; 113—Stephan Erosa, Everett, first; Logan Cossairt, Mount Vernon, T-third; Trey Swanson, Arlington, T-fifth; Dillan Meyer, Snohomish, T-fifth; 120—Sean Underhill, Everett, T-third; Nathan Scilley, Lake Stevens, T-third; Danny Herrera, Arlington, T-third; Kyle LaCoursiere, Lake Stevens, T-fifth; 126—Beck Millet, Meadowdale, T-fifth; 132—Gavin Rork, Arlington, second; Talon Tate, Lake Stevens, T-fifth; 138—Boston Jones, Arlington, first; Daniel Rojas, Snohomish, T-third; Nate Paulson, Lynnwood, T-fifth; 145—Jeremy Nygard, Arlington, first; Patrick West, Everett, second; Pavel Oliferovskiy, Mountlake Terrace, T-fifth; Hunter Newman, South Whidbey, T-fifth; 152—Cooper McAuslan, Arlington, second; Silvino Garcia, Everett, T-third; Parker Spady, Arlington, T-fifth; 160—Owen Donnelly, Shorecrest, second; Brett Allred, Everett, T-fifth; 170—Liam Ball, Meadowdale, second; Jake Leonard, Everett, T-third; Chaplyn Mack, Mountlake Terrace, T-third; Cole Anstice, Lynnwood, T-fifth; 182—Ruben Crew, Arlington, first; Jesus Baez-Hernandez, Meadowdale, T-fifth; 195—Colton Ferro, Arlington, T-third; Jessey Moe, Everett, T-fifth; 220—Michael Swires, Edmonds-Woodway, T-fifth; 285—Draven Hodgins, Mount Vernon, first; Ilai Wilson, Mountlake Terrace, second; Jordan Hatem, Everett, T-fifth; Malachi Saunders, Mount Vernon, T-fifth.

Most outstanding wrestler

Jeremy Nygard, Arlington, sr., 145

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