Prep wrestling: Moses Lake 52, Edmonds-Woodway 18

At Edmonds-Woodway H.S.

106—Clayton Clark (ML) pinned Gabe Baltazar, 1:34; 113—Jose Garcia (ML) maj. dec. Jackson Fair, 9-1; 120—Noah Cuzzetto (EW) pinned Fernando Leyva, 3:10; 126—Chase Clasen (ML) pinned Tyler Stedman, 2:25; 132—Bradley Fox (ML) pinned Mark Hood, 5:31; 138—Sean Cotton (ML) pinned Hiram Martin, 1:48; 145—Brendon Sanchez (ML) dec. Nathan Vulliet, 5-3; 152—Hudson Mauseth (ML) dec. Wes Korbein, 6-0; 160—Nicolaus Hernandez (ML) pinned DeShaun Washington, 2:32; 170—Matthew Cuzzetto (EW) dec. Hector Zavala, 5-4 OT; 182—Marquise Brown (EW) dec. Easton Castro, 2-1; 195—Jordan Lacelle (ML) pinned Spencer Schultz, 0:30; 220—Dillion Morris (ML) pinned Jason Turnquist, 4:17; 285—George Johanson (EW) pinned Cole Deaver, 1:17. Records—Moses Lake not reported. Edmonds-Woodway 5-3.

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