Washington state wrestling rankings

Dave Gilbertson of the Washington Wrestling Report has put out the first Washington state wrestling rankings. Here’s a look at some of the local wrestlers ranked:

All-Classification Rankings

Class 4A

The local wrestlers in the top five

106: Noah Cuzzetto, Edmonds-Woodway — 4th

113: Dakota Reynolds, Lake Stevens — 2nd

120: Jesse Peterson, Lake Stevens — 2nd

126: Eric Soler, Lake Stevens — 2nd

145: Kinsey Johnosn, Lake Stevens — 3rd

145: Matt Cuzzetto, Edmonds-Woodway — 4th

160: Ammon Morrill, Snohomish — 4th

170: Kyle Bennett, Stanwood — 4th

170: Zack Perez, Edmonds-Woodway — 5th

195: Nathan Proffitt, Snohomish — 2nd

285: Brandon Johnson, Lake Stevens — 4th

Class 3A

The local wrestlers (no ranking)

106: Alex Lee, Shorewood

113: Matthew Floresca, Shorewood

120: Jahleel Vester, Oak Harbor

120: Alex Basabe, Lynnwood

120: Matt Calkins, Lynnwood

126: Jessie Lopez, Everett

126: Cody Fakkema, Oak Harbor

126: Jesus Escalona, Shorecrest

132: Zach Calkins, Lynnwood

138: Zane Crook, Everett

138: Dustin Diemond, Meadowdale

152: Timmy Douglass, Glacier Peak

170: Connor Boyce, Everett

170: Sean Elledge, Glacier Peak

285: Ian Bolstad, Shorecrest

Class 2A

The local wrestlers in the top 10

106: Chris Jenkins, Granite Falls — 3rd

113: Ryan Nash, Granite Falls — 8th

170: Cody Paxman, Cedarcrest — 3rd

170: Brandon Todd, Archbishop Murphy — 8th

182: Martin Vakamoce, Cedarcrest — 4h

182: Conner Kruse, Archbishop Murphy — 5th

195: Jesse Castillo, Sultan — 7th

195: Foster Wade, Archbishop Murphy — 9th

220: Dakota Creed, Archbishop Murphy — 9th

285: Robby McNair, Cedarcrest — 2nd

Girls

The local wrestlers in the top 10

106: Justine Palabrica — 2nd

124: Allyson Lawton, Lakewood — 5th

137: Jennifer Fremd, Oak Harbor — 6th

285: Laura Charboneau, Stanwood — 2nd

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