Prep wrestling: Panther Classic

SNOHOMISH— Snohomish wrestlers Tanner Perry (160-pound) and Tristan Baus (195-pound) earned first place honors in their respective division to lead Snohomish to an overall second place finish in the Panther Classic held at Snohomish High School on Saturday.

At Snohomish H.S.

Local team scores: 2. Snohomish 147, 4. Glacier Peak 120.5, 12. Kamiak 77.5

Top Local Finishers

106—5. Wyatt Butler (S); 113—3. Joshua Heitzman (K); 120—5. David Garcis (K); 132—5. Keaton Mills (S); 138—2. Greg Eagle (S); 152—5. Jacob Proffit (S); 160—1. Tanner Perry (S); 170—2. Tyler Webley (K); 182—2. Sean Elledge (GP); 195—1. Tristan Baus (S); 220—3. Mario Rojas (S); 285—2. Mosese Fifita (GP).

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