Prep wrestling capsules

  • Coach: Sherm Iverson, third season.

  • 1999-2000: 9-1, second place in Wesco 4A; 12-1 overall.

  • Leading athletes: Matt Harvey, senior 119 lbs.; Matt Krier, senior 125 lbs.; Chad Douglas, senior 135 lbs.

  • Outlook: More experience in lower to mid weight classes. Looking to contend for league title.

    Edmonds-Woodway

    Coach: Mike Hanchett, first season.

  • 1999-2000: 5-4-1, sixth place in Wesco 4A; 7-4-1 overall.

  • Leading athletes: Ko Brudvik, junior 103 lbs.; Matt Hadreas, junior 112 lbs.; Matt Edens, senior 135 lbs.

  • Outlook: Pretty good spread of talent. Good group of kids in the room. Strong leadership.

  • Coach: Bill Donnelly, first season.

  • 1999-2000: 6-3-1, fourth place in Wesco 4A; 7-4-1 overall.

  • Leading athletes: Tan Le, senior 112 lbs.; Dan Scott, senior 140 lbs.; Erin Dokter, senior 215 lbs.

  • Outlook: A rebuilding year. Lost 10 starters off of last season’s team. Seven or eight underclassmen will start.

  • Coach: Carl Wilkins, second season.

  • 1999-2000: 6-4, fifth place in Wesco 4A; 6-4 overall.

  • Leading athletes: Tyler Chelone, senior 145 lbs.; Cecilio Martinez, senior 171 lbs.

  • Outlook: Good turnout this year. Young team with a lot of potential.

    Marysville-Pilchuck

  • Coach: Craig Iverson, first season

  • 1999-2000: 4-6, seventh place in Wesco 4A; 8-8 overall.

  • Leading athletes: Israel Silva, senior 275 lbs.; Nick Delbrouck, sophomore 152 lbs.; Tyler Dormaier, junior 130 lbs.

  • Outlook: Ended last year on a positive note. Sixty kids out this year. Good depth.

  • Coach: Kanoe Vierra, seventh season.

  • 1999-2000: 3-7, tied for eighth place in Wesco 4A; 4-8 overall.

  • Leading athletes: Kasey Cundi, senior 125 lbs.; Kevin Pistole, senior 130 lbs.

  • Outlook: Young team. Rebuilding year. Should progress as season goes on.

  • Coach: Brian Farmer, third season

  • 1999-2000: 10-0, first place in Wesco 4A; 13-1-1 overall.

  • Leading athletes: Brian Lang, senior 152 lbs.; Danny Wichers, senior 135 lbs.; Brent Lang, senior 171 lbs.

  • Outlook: Good nucleus back. Good freshmen class coming up.

  • Coach: Scott Schroyer, second season.

  • 1999-2000: 3-7, tied for eighth in Wesco 4A; 3-7 overall.

  • Leading athletes: Cory Brock, senior 160 lbs.; Lee Durbin, junior 171 lbs.; Andy Tsiorvas, senior 189 lbs.

  • Outlook: Should be more competitive than last season.

  • Coach: Brent Busby, second season.

  • 1999-2000: 0-10 in Wesco 4A; 0-13 overall.

  • Leading athletes: Adam Carlton, senior 152 lbs.; Jake Abts-Luskin, 160 lbs.; Coolie Phoulaiat, sophomore 112 lbs.

  • Outlook: Should be more competitive than last season. Look for freshmen to mature as season progresses.

  • Coach: Arnie Moreno, third season.

  • 1999-2000: 1-9 in Wesco 4A; 1-11 overall.

  • Leading athletes: Jan Medhaug, senior 171 lbs.; Miles Cooper, senior 189 lbs.; Ray Sanders, sophomore 112 lbs.

  • Outlook: Young team. More depth this season than last. A bright future.

  • Coach: Mark Perry, 18th season.

  • 1999-2000: 7-3, third place in Wesco 4A; 8-3 overall.

  • Leading athletes: Brett Herzog, senior 171 lbs.; Jake Kalt Brunner, senior 135 lbs.; Brad Kihm, junior 145 lbs.; Nick Burpee, senior 190 lbs.

  • Outlook: Competitive team. Four seniors that are four-year letterman. Experience that needs to end up in the right weight division.

    WESCO3A

  • Coach: Jim Smoots, 12th season

  • 1999-2000: 5-2, third place in Wesco 3A; 6-4 overall.

  • Leading athletes: Tad Gulusha, sophomore 103 lbs.; Jimmy Jayne, junior 125 lbs.; Joe Downing, senior 152 lbs.; Charlie Hakker, senior 160 lbs.

  • Outlook: Can compete with any dual meet team. Must get wrestlers in at the right weight.

  • Coach: Eric Malsberry, fifth season.

  • 1999-2000: 3-3-1, tied for fourth in Wesco 3A; 4-5-1 overall.

  • Leading athletes: Rusty Pruden, senior 140 lbs.; Matt Symons, senior 152 lbs.; David King, senior 140 lbs.

  • Outlook: Should finish in the middle of the pack again.

  • Coach: Blaine Gilchrist-Smith, seventh season.

  • 1999-2000: 1-6 in Wesco 3A; 2-6 overall.

  • Leading athletes: Charles Chapman, junior 119 lbs.; Dan Sparks, senior 125 lbs.

  • Outlook: A young team. Only three seniors in program. Good group of underclassmen.

  • Coach: Kevin Judkins, 12th season.

  • 1999-2000: 3-3-1, tied for fourth place in Wesco 3A; 8-7-1 overall.

  • Leading athletes: Returning state champ Joel Mittleman, senior 119 lbs.; Kyle Hayward, senior 112 lbs.

  • Outlook: Rebuilding year. Should end up in the middle of the pack again.

  • Coach: Brad Loula.

  • 1999-2000: 0-7 in Wesco 3A; 4-9 overall.

  • Leading athletes: Mark Alunni, senior 135 lbs.; Dain Blomgren, senior 140 lbs.; Mike Primacio, senior 145 lbs.

  • Outlook: Still a building program. Strong 152-below. Fundamentally sound this year.

  • Coach: Brent Barnes, 15th season.

  • 1999-2000: 7-0, first place in Wesco 3A; 15-2 overall.

  • Leading athletes: Burke Barnes, two-time state champ, junior 125 lbs.; Ty Human, state runner-up, sophomore 112 lbs.; Eric Curnett, third in state, 130 lbs.; Hopper Pearson, senior, state runner-up, 140 lbs.

    Outlook: Strong in middle weights. Veteran group of juniors with senior strength.

  • Coach: Randy Berg, 14th season.

  • 1999-2000: 2-5, sixth place in Wesco 3A; 2-10 overall.

  • Leading athletes: Jarod Mierskey, senior 135 lbs.; Willie Ward, sophomore 130 lbs.; Michael Studley, sophomore 119 lbs.

  • Outlook: Young, learning, building. Future ahead of them. Tough schedule.

  • Coach: Tom Wilfong, 11th season

  • 1999-2000: 6-1, second place in Wesco 3A; 10-3 overall.

  • Leading athletes: Brent Olson, senior 171 lbs.; Albert Stivala, senior 112 lbs.; Mike Bear, junior 171 lbs.

  • Outlook: Solid throughout line up. Return majority of kids from last year.

    NORTHCASCADES

    CONFERENCE2A

  • Coach: Selwyn Foster, eighth season.

  • 1999-2000: Seventh in the North Cascades, 13th in the bi-district.

  • Leading athletes: Eric Luber, senior, 135 pounds; Jake Kuckuck, junior, 130; Andres Valleze, junior, 130; Brent Smith, junior, 160; Wade Smith, freshman, 205; Neil Hollo, freshman, 119.

  • Outlook: Foster is looking for some success with a young team.

  • Coach: Jeff Ingrum, fifth season.

  • 1999-2000: Third in North Cascades, seventh in bi-district.

  • Leading athletes: Jeff Brown, junior, 119 pounds; Brett Bailey, junior, 135; Lucas Gamman, senior, 189; Marc Villano, sophomore, 119.

  • Outlook: Lakewood will be competitive again in tough league that produced three of state’s top eight teams (Mount Baker, first; Blaine, sixth; Lakewood, eighth).

  • Coach: Mike Crebbin, fourth season.

  • 1999-2000: 2-5 league; 3-7 overall; fifth in North Cascades; ninth in bi-distrct.

  • Leading athletes: Brandon Hern, junior 171 lbs.; Bruce Hymas, senior 125 lbs.; Luke Smith, senior 130 lbs..

  • Outlook: Looking to come in third or fourth in North Cascades. Stronger more complete lineup than ever before.

  • Coach: Wes Fischer, eighth season.

  • 1999-2000: Eighth in North Cascades, 15th in bi-district.

  • Leading athletes: Ron Dennis, senior 125 lbs.; Jerr Roesler, senior 152 lbs.; Travis Fortier, senior 145 lbs.

  • Outlook: Should be a real good tournament team.

    KINGCO4A

  • Coach: Eric Wattum, fourth season.

  • 1999-2000: 4-4-1, fourth place in Kingco 4A; 7-4-1 overall.

  • Leading athletes: Ryan Auld, senior 171 lbs.; Barry Landis, senior 189 lbs.; Paul Ciccu, senior 119 lbs..

  • Outlook: 41 kids came out this year compared to 13 four years ago.

  • Coach: Tom Sewell, 20th season.

  • 1999-2000: 9-1, second in Kingco 4A; 10-1 overall.

  • Leading athletes: Chad Warren, junior 119 lbs.; P.J. Gemin, junior 125 lbs.; Paul Sewell, junior 130 lbs.

  • Outlook: Better tournament team than dual meet team.

  • Coach: Shaker Culpepper, fourth season.

  • 1999-2000: Fourth in Wesco 4A; 7-4 overall.

  • Leading athletes: Cody Hromada, senior 275 lbs.; Brian Speed, junior 140 lbs.; Ray Quist, junior 145 lbs.

  • Outlook: Very young, but should be exciting. Will improve as season goes on.
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