Smith’s big performance on Senior Night helped the Vikings clinch a playoff berth.
Tyler Deason’s cancer diagnosis upended his goal of competing at the state wrestling tournament.
Marysville Pilchuck’s Cayden White and Alivia White won championships minutes apart Saturday.
The standout sophomore captures the state crown at 138 pounds at Mat Classic.
The Warriors send 5 wrestlers to the semifinals to lead a parade of local 3A teams with good outings.
The state wrestling tournament begins this Friday at the Tacoma Dome.
Returning state runner-ups, such as MP’s Cayden White, are using last year’s defeats as motivation.
The Vikings will send 12 wrestlers to the Mat Classic after an impressive performance at regionals.
Now the Loggers’ wrestling program will turn to a decorated alumnus to shepherd in the future.
The senior enjoys the individual aspects of wrestling and is focused on academics after high school.
Local athletes will be competing for a chance to move on to regionals.
The senior has a natural feel for the water and uses his strength and technique to excel in sprints.
Stanwood won 5 of the final 6 bouts to win 41-39, and 3 teams can still win the Wesco 3A North.
The 6-foot-6 senior has developed into a force for the Tigers, and has some of the best hair around.
Wyatt Hall captures the 285-pound title in a tournament filled with top-tier wrestling programs.
The rapid yet uneven growth of girls wrestling has forced coaches to get creative to compete.
The 6-foot-7 senior has pro-basketball aspirations and has been dunking since before he started 8th grade.
The 2-way threat helped the Cougars reach the state quarterfinals for the 3rd time in their history.
Stanwood started 6 freshmen in its 49-24 loss to the Vikings.
Mat Classic’s format will be back to normal, and a look at Stanwood’s burgeoning powerhouse program.