List of local prep wrestlers competing at Mat Classic

Plenty of grapplers from our area’s schools are going to the mats at the Tacoma Dome.

Mat Classic XXX

When: Friday and Saturday

Where: Tacoma Dome

Schedule: Friday—10 a.m.-2 p.m., 3:30 p.m.-9:30 p.m. Saturday—9:45 a.m.-2:45 p.m., 4:40 p.m.-conclusion.

Local qualifiers by weight class

Class 4A

106: Cole Lance, Monroe; Jake Bennett, Lake Stevens; Matthew Johnson, Lake Stevens

113: Richard Chung, Kamiak; Markus Johnson, Lake Stevens

120: Kyle LaCoursiere, Lake Stevens; Parker Hardy, Glacier Peak

126: Clayton Brush, Lake Stevens; Jalon Lumar, Lake Stevens

132: Cody LaCoursiere, Lake Stevens

138: Taylor Ivy, Monroe; Talon Tate, Lake Stevens

145: Ricardo Villalpando, Cascade; Tim Mandzyuk, Glacier Peak

152: Guage Holland, Kamiak; Joshua Giron, Mariner

160: Angelo Loera, Lake Stevens

170: Anthony Armad, Kamiak; Isaac Gust, Lake Stevens

182: Malachi Lawrence, Lake Stevens; Levi Weaver, Mariner

195: Jacob Vincent, Lake Stevens; Josh Erling, Glacier Peak; Hunter Harris, Monroe

220: Alex Tran, Mariner; Wyatt Hall, Lake Stevens; Drew Kindle, Kamiak

285: Devin Kylany, Lake Stevens

Class 3A

106: Baylor Denkinger, Edmonds-Woodway; Cole Daurie, Marysville Pilchuck

113: Kaiya Conway-Yasuyama, Shorecrest; Fernie Vasquez, Everett

120: Daniel Ramirez, Everett; Austin Davis, Marysville Pilchuck; Howie Hare, Edmonds-Woodway

126: Grayson LeCompte, Edmonds-Woodway; Caleb Fitzgerald, Oak Harbor; Stephan Erosa, Everett

132: Will Rush, Arlington; Salihou Fatty, Edmonds-Woodway; Aria Zarei, Meadowdale

138: Dayne Tuohimaa, Everett; Isaiah Galindo, Marysville Pilchuck; Trey Padgett, Marysville Getchell

145: Blake McBride, Oak Harbor; Mason Phillips, Stanwood

152: Sam Rush, Arlington; Devin Fahlman, Marysville Pilchuck

160: Riley Van Scoy, Stanwood; Riley Bennett, Everett

170: Cayden White, Marysville Pilchuck; Kyle Carlson, Snohomish

182: Dylan Wheeler, Snohomish

195: Christian Balmer, Everett; Robbie Simanton, Edmonds-Woodway

220: Michael Fisken, Oak Harbor; Generous Yeh, Edmonds-Woodway

285: Joe Lawrence, Marysville Pilchuck; Jeff Roullier, Marysville Pilchuck

Class 2A

113: John Seth, Lakewood

126: Austin Link, Cedarcrest

145: Hayden Long, Granite Falls

152: Kevin Stokes, Lakewood

160: Freddy Reid, Cedarcrest; Camden Bach, Lakewood

170: Matthew Weinnert, Cedarcrest

182: Reyne Mack, Mountlake Terrace

195: Caleb Lay, Archbishop Murphy; Matthew Keck, Archbishop Murphy

285: Garret Nelson, Cedarcrest

Class 1A

113: Andrew Aposhyan, South Whidbey

120: Luke Weaver, Sultan

126: Willie Bennett, Sultan

132: Aidan Fleming, Sultan

138: Matt Johnsen, Sultan

170: Kaleb Dennis, Sultan

182: Tre Sargent, Sultan, Clay O’Brien, South Whidbey

195: Dominic Marek, Sultan; Kobe Balora, South Whidbey

220: Tyler Deason, Sultan

Class 2B/1B

106: Darin Sedenius, Darrington

120: Deven Dawson, Darrington

152: Lucas Reuwsaat, Darrington

170: Gage Burtenshaw, Darrington

195: Johnny Franke, Darrington


100: Maggie Telford, Jackson

105: Hannah Petersen, Stanwood; Diana Cantini, Kamiak; Vivian Potong, Arlington

110: Carmen DeGregg, Everett

115: Cassidy O’Hara, Lakewood; Tailer Cochran, Arlington

130: Mattea Potter, Granite Falls; Joessie Gonzales, Snohomish

135: Alisha Van Scoy, Stanwood; Alyssa Jay Moore, Shorecrest

140: Olivia Poulton, Lakewood; Ally de la Cruz, Kamiak; Maggie Kermoade, Everett

145: Lindsey Crawford, Stanwood; Kiley Hubby, Glacier Peak

155: Autumn Ortega, Stanwood; Alycia Pidgeon, Snohomish

170: Karrah Smith, Granite Falls

190: Stephanie Ramirez, Everett; Eliza Gijon-Garcia, Everett

235: Chanel Silva, Stanwood; Julia Blair, Everett; Vatoria Keyes, Edmonds-Woodway

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