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The WIAA will convert next weekend’s state tournament into a 32-person bracket format.
When he’s not wearing down his foes on the mat, he runs a lawn-care business with teammate Colin Howell.
The Tigers have a number of candidates primed for success as the postseason begins.
The Turks earn their seventh consecutive league title with a 48-24 win over the upstart Tigers.
Chaves Petronave’s pin sealed the Seagulls’ 49-24 win over the Spartans in a Wesco 3A North clash.
The reigning WIAA state champion and nationally-ranked junior was at Glacier Peak last season.
The senior placed 12th in a national sports medicine competition last May.
The Panthers fought injuries last year, but hope depth in the upper weights leads to a turnaround.
Girls wrestling continues to grow, plus some of the area’s breakout stars and impact freshmen.
Marysville Getchell senior wrestler Trey Padgett sells self-made apparel to customers worldwide.
Over 220 wrestlers from 40 high schools across the state attended Center Circle Wrestling Camp.
The sophomore finished strong at the Cadet Greco championships, Lake Stevens’ Isaac Gust could join him.
The Spartans’ sophomore reached the quarterfinals of the Cadet Greco-Roman national championship.
Snohomish alumna Joessie Gonzales will continue wrestling Wednesday in Junior freestyle action.
The junior-to-be was a runner-up at the women’s Cadet National Championships on Sunday.
10 athletes from Snohomish County are set to compete in one of the top tournaments in the country
Kiley Hubby and Joessie Gonzales were both included among the nation’s best.
The Kamiak senior served as the captain of her swimming, wrestling and track and field teams.
The Stanwood wrestler finished his high school career with a perfect 85-0 record and 3 state titles.
Four local wrestlers contributed to the team’s march to the championship bracket in Spokane.