All-Wesco wrestling teams: 4A boys, 3A boys, girls

Although the winter All-Western Conference teams for boys and girls basketball most likely won’t be released to the media for a few weeks, I received the All-Wesco wrestling teams.

Unlike in basketball, where coaches nominate and select all-league players, All-Wesco wrestling honors are based on first-place individual performances at the district tournament (4A) or sub-regional tournaments (3A and girls).

103 pounds Dallas Parker, Mariner, Sr.
112 pounds Eric Soler, Lake Stevens, Soph.
119 pounds Ryan Rodorigo, Lake Stevens, Sr.
125 pounds Cristian Mendoza, Marysville-Pilchuck, Jr.
130 pounds Ryan DeWeese, Edmonds-Woodway, Sr.
135 pounds Kinsey Johnson, Lake Stevens, Jr.
140 pounds Steven Walkley, Lake Stevens, Jr.
145 pounds Demitri Robinson, Marysville-Pilchuck, Sr.
152 pounds Andrew King, Lake Stevens, Sr.
160 pounds Alex Coffman, Mariner, Sr.
171 pounds Zach Perez, Edmonds-Woodway, Jr.
189 pounds Mark Morrill, Snohomish, Sr.
215 pounds Brady Quinton, Arlington, Sr.
285 pounds Cody Schlosser, Lake Stevens, Sr.

103 pounds Corey Trimbur, Oak Harbor, Sr.
112 pounds Alex Basabe, Lynnwood, Jr.
119 pounds Brandon Leach, Shorewood, Sr.
125 pounds Paul Kim, Glacier Peak, Sr.
130 pounds Josh St. Marie, Glacier Peak, Sr.
145 pounds Brandon Stratton, Oak Harbor, Jr.
160 pounds Connor Boyce, Everett, Jr.
171 pounds Taylor Call, Mountlake Terrace, Sr.
189 pounds Alejandro Loeza, Shorecrest, Sr.
285 pounds Ian Bolstad, Shorecrest, Jr.

103 pounds Justine Palabrica, Everett, Jr.
135 pounds Whitney Weinert, Stanwood, Sr.
285 pounds Laura Charboneau, Stanwood, Jr.

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