Longtime Marysville Pilchuck wrestling coach retires

Craig Iversen, who coached 2 Tomahawks’ state champs, will be replaced by 2011 grad Marcus Haughian.

Craig Iversen, the head coach for Marysville-Pilchuck, seen here Dec. 12, 2012, has retired from coaching after 20 seasons. (Annie Mulligan / Herald file)

Craig Iversen, the head coach for Marysville-Pilchuck, seen here Dec. 12, 2012, has retired from coaching after 20 seasons. (Annie Mulligan / Herald file)

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