Prep wrestling: Pac Coast Tournament

VANCOUVER—Edmonds-Woodway finished in sixth-place with 65 and Lynnwood finished in 23rd with 36 points in the final day of the Pac Coast Tournament at Hudson’s Bay High School.

The Warriors would have five top-10 finishers, including two second place finishers Matthew Cuzzetto (160) and George Johanson (285).

The Royals top finisher, Hunter Lord placed 8th in the 160-pound division.

At Hudson Bay

top local finishers

106—Gabe Balazar (EW) 6th; 138—Natan Vulliet (EW) 5th; 160—Matthew Cuzzetto (EW) 2nd, Hunter Lord (L) 8th; 170—Marquise Brown (EW) 8th; 285—George Johanson (EW) 2nd.

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