Snohomish’s Karson Castillo (top) keeps Anthony Fitzgibbon on the mat during a meet against Stanwood on Tuesday, Jan. 28, in Snohomish. (Andy Bronson / The Herald)

Snohomish’s Karson Castillo (top) keeps Anthony Fitzgibbon on the mat during a meet against Stanwood on Tuesday, Jan. 28, in Snohomish. (Andy Bronson / The Herald)

A look at where and when to catch wrestling sub-regionals

Local athletes will be competing for a chance to move on to regionals.

Where to watch area wrestlers begin their postseason journeys this weekend:

4A Boys District 1 Sub-Regional

Where: Monroe H.S.

When: Friday (5 p.m. start), Saturday (10 a.m. start)

Participating schools: Wesco 4A

At stake: Top four at each weight advance to Feb. 15 regional at Glacier Peak

3A Boys District 1 North Sub-Regional

Where: Snohomish H.S.

When: Friday (5 p.m. start), Saturday (10 a.m. start)

Participating schools: Wesco 3A North, Ferndale, Squalicum

At stake: Top four at each weight advance to Feb. 15 regional at Bonney Lake

3A Boys District 1/2 South Sub-Regional

Where: Juanita H.S.

When: Friday (3:30 p.m. start), Saturday (9:30 a.m. start)

Participating schools: Wesco 3A South, KingCo 3A

At stake: Top five at each weight advance to Feb. 15 regional at Kelso

2A Boys District 1 Sub-Regional

Where: Sedro-Woolley H.S.

When: Friday (6 p.m. start), Saturday (10 a.m. start)

Participating schools: Northwest 2A

At stake: Top four at each weight advance to Feb. 15 regional at White River

2A Boys District 1/4 Sub-Regional

Where: W.F. West H.S.

When: Friday (3 p.m. start), Saturday (TBD)

Participating schools: Wesco 2A, Evergreen 2A

At stake: Top four at each weight advance to Feb. 15 regional at Tumwater

1A Boys District 1 Sub-Regional

Where: Sultan H.S.

When: Saturday (10 a.m. start)

Participating schools: North Sound Conference, Northwest 1A, Seattle Academy

At stake: Top four at each weight advance to Feb. 15 regional at Klahowya

1B/2B Boys District 1/2 Sub-Regional

Where: Concrete H.S.

When: Saturday (10 a.m. start)

Participating schools: Northwest 2B, Muckleshoot Tribal School

At stake: Top two at each weight advance to Feb. 15 regional at Kalama

Girls District 1/2 Sub-Regional

Where: Chief Sealth H.S.

When: Friday (5 p.m. start), Saturday (10 a.m. start)

Participating schools: Wesco 3A/2A (minus Arlington and Stanwood), KingCo, Metro

At stake: Top four at each weight advance to Feb. 15 regional at Sedro-Woolley

Girls District 1 Sub-Regional

Where: Squalicum H.S.

When: Friday (5 p.m. start), Saturday (10 a.m. start)

Participating schools: Wesco 4A (plus Arlington and Stanwood), Northwest Conference

At stake: Top four at each weight advance to Feb. 15 regional at Sedro-Woolley

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