White Sox’s Humber throws perfect game against M’s

April 21, 2012 by  

SEATTLE (AP) — Phil Humber, who underwent Tommy John surgery seven years ago, threw the first perfect game in the majors in almost two years, leading the Chicago White Sox to a 4-0 victory over the Seattle Mariners on Saturday.

It was baseball’s 21st perfect game and first since Philadelphia’s Roy Halladay threw one against the Florida Marlins on May 29, 2010. It was the third in White Sox’s history, joining Mark Buehrle against Tampa Bay on July 23, 2009, and Charles Robertson against Detroit on April 30, 1922.

“This is awesome,” Humber said. “I’m so thankful.”

With the White Sox lined up on the top step of the dugout, Humber fell behind 3-0 to Michael Saunders leading off the ninth. But he rebounded to strike him out. John Jaso then flied out before Brendan Ryan, another pinch-hitter, struck out to end the game.

Ryan took a checked swing and missed at a full-count pitch, but the ball got away from catcher A.J. Pierzynski. Ryan lingered outside the batter’s box for a minute, unsure of umpire Brian Runge’s call, and Pierzynski fired to first to complete the play.

Humber, who was involved in a trade for Johan Santana in 2008, fell to his knees went it was over, and his teammates rushed toward the mound to congratulate him.

“I don’t know that I dominated them,” Humber said. “Obviously the ball was hit at people. I’m thankful for that. It was a well-pitched game. Definitely something I’ll never forget.”

The right-hander struck out nine and threw just 96 pitches in his first career complete game. He went to a three-ball count only three times.

It was quite a contrast to his first start of the season, when he went 5 1-3 innings and threw 115 pitches in a no-decision against Baltimore on Monday.

Humber was traded from the New York Mets to the Minnesota Twins in the deal for Santana, he bounced around for a couple of season and was acquired by the White Sox on waivers from Oakland in January 2011.

He was 9-9 with a 3.75 ERA in 163 innings last season, his first full season in the majors as a starter.

It was the majors’ first no-hitter of the season. There were three last year: Francisco Liriano of Minnesota, Justin Verlander of Detroit, and Ervin Santana of the Los Angeles Angels.

It was the third no-hitter thrown against Seattle. Mark Langston and Mike Witt of the Angels combined on one on April 11, 1990, and Dwight Gooden of the Yankees threw one on May 14, 1996.

Humber struck out the side in the second while cruising through the first four innings in just 45 pitches. Chone Figgins’ fly ball to left in the fourth was the first ball to reach the outfield. Dustin Ackley followed with a hard liner to right that Alex Rios reached up and stabbed.

The White Sox moved farther and farther away from Humber as he approached history, leaving him alone as he sat on the bench in the Safeco Field visitors’ dugout.

Justin Smoak struck out swinging to start the eighth. Kyle Seager lofted a fly to left that looked momentarily like it had a chance to land, but was caught by Dayan Viciedo. Jesus Montero followed with an easy ground ball to second base, sending the perfect game to the ninth.

Paul Konerko hit his second home run of the season and No. 398 for his career in the second. He also had a run-scoring single in the third.

Mariners starter Blake Beavan (1-2) allowed three runs and seven hits in six innings.

Humber was drafted No. 3 overall by the New York Mets out of Rice in 2004. He reached the majors in 2006 but his career was sidetracked by the elbow injury.

He becomes the latest one-time Mets pitcher who went on to throw a no-hitter elsewhere, a group that includes Nolan Ryan, Tom Seaver, Gooden and David Cone. New York has never had a no-hitter in its 51-year history. The only other team without one is San Diego, which began play in 1969.

Notes: Coming into Saturday, the Mariners were hitting .103 over the last three games with runners in scoring position, with no extra-base hits and eight strikeouts while grounding into three double plays. . Mariners RHP Felix Hernandez has 25 career starts with seven or more shutouts innings. . Seattle reliever Hisashi Iwakuma made his major league debut Friday night, becoming the last player on an Opening Day roster who was not hurt or optioned to the minor leagues to do so. . Rios came into Saturday with an eight-game hitting streak.

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Saturday’s Mat Classic results

February 19, 2012 by  



106: Spencer Schroeder (Graham-Kapowsin) d. Fernando Leyva (Moses Lake) 11-9 OT; Noah Cuzzetto (Edmonds-Woodway) p. Brian Alonzo (Auburn) 3:51.

113: Michael Nguyen (Evergreen, Vancouver) p. Ty McCullough (Shelton) 3:27; Tim Whitehead (Tahoma) p. Eddie Cuevas (Curtis) 5:28.

120: Taylor Salzberg (Graham-Kapowsin) d. Beau Gleed (Moses Lake) 5-0; Matthew Nguyen (Evergreen, Vancouver) p. Cruz Velasquez (Tahoma) 1:48.

126: Eric Soler (Lake Stevens) d. Ares Carpio (Todd Beamer) 6-5; Steven Hopkins (Tahoma) d. Colton Orrino (Central Valley) 6-2.

132: Joey Palmer (Tahoma) d. Tyler Davis (Union) 14-5; Adam Romano (Graham-Kapowsin) p. Gabe Boynay (Tahoma) 3:00.

138: Ian Steen (Graham-Kapowsin) p. Kyle Iverson (Gig Harbor) 4:36; Deshar House (Todd Beamer) d. David Muding (Mead) 11-2.

145: Grant Steen (Graham-Kapowsin) d. Austin Wagner (Davis) 3-1; Jeremy Golding (Mead) d. Tanner Mjelde (Tahoma) 11-1.

152: Nico Moreno (Moses Lake) d. JoJo Reynolds (Union) 8-3; Tyler McLean (Mead) p. Zach Schut (Stanwood) 3:02.

160: Ryan Christensen (Woodinville) d. Ammon Morrill (Snohomish) 13-2; Chandler Rogers (Mead) p. Anthony Thomas (Evergreen, Vancouver) :45.

170: Sam Voigtlander (Mead) inj. def. Eric Harper (Eastlake); Dillon Thomas (Union) d. Matt Rice (Union) 7-0.

182: Jordan Rogers (Mead) p. Ryan Olliges (Lake Stevens) 1:07; Joseph Gomez (Graham-Kapowsin) p. Kurt Beck (Central Valley) 3:12.

195: Kadyn Del Toro (Curtis) d. Blake McPherson (Arlington) 6-5; K.W. Williams (Thomas Jefferson) d. Nathan Proffit (Snohomish) 6-4.

220: Aaron Davis (Tahoma) p. Kyle Lesmeister (Wenatchee) :35; Jake Hollister (Woodinville) p. Jon Devine (Mount Tahoma) 3:48.

285: Brandon Johnson (Lake Stevens) d. Cody Bocook (Mead) 4-3; Kyle Lanoue (Central Kitsap) d. Jessy Leifi (Federal Way) 10-3.


106: Cuzzetto d. Schroeder 6-4.

113: Nguyen d. Whitehead 15-6.

120: Nguyen d. Salzberg 7-3.

126: Soler d. Hopkins 8-6 OT.

132: Palmer p. Romano 1:49.

138: Steen p. House 3:35.

145: Golding d. Steen 5-1.

152: Moreno d. Mclean 6-3.

160: Rogers d. Christensen 11-7.

170: Voigtlander d. Thomas 5-4.

182: Rogers p. Gomez 1:35.

195: Williams d. Del Toro 7-5.

220: Davis p. Hollister :33.

285: Lanoue d. Johnson 6-1.


106: David Garcia (Kamiak) d. Chris Montelongo (Chiawana) 3-1 OT; Kenny Hobbs (Kentridge) d. Todd Link (Tahoma) 7-4; Garcia d. Leyva 10-6; Alonzo d. Hobbs 11-4.

113: Gino Obregon (Snohomish) p. Joshua Heitzman (Kamiak) :56; Brett Dykman (Todd Beamer) d. Cody Hershel (Union) 7-2; Obregon p. McCullough 3:29; Dykman p. Cuevas 4:20.

120: Blake Beard (Central Valley) d. Josh Andrew (Richland) 7-5; Josh Langstaff (Stanwood) d. A.J. Dedios (Woodinville) 4-3; Gleed d. Beard 1-0; Velasquez p. Langstaff 4:25.

126: Killian Page (Marysville-Pilchuck) p. Ramon Ortiz (Evergreen, Vancouver) 3:35; Max Tickman (Issaquah) d. Mark McKeown (Chiawana) 5-4; Carpio p. Page :19; Orrino d. Tickman 14-3.

132: Cristian Mendoza (Marysville-Pilchuck) d. Tylor Thelen (Central Valley) 10-4; Marco Gonzalex (Eisenhower) p. Greg Eagle (Snohomish) 4:44; Davis p. Mendoza 2:05; Boynay d. Gonzalez 13-8.

138: Kinsey Johnson (Lake Stevens) d. Adam Peterson (Battle Ground) 8-0; Joshua Smith (Kent Meridian) d. Gabe Seward (Inglemoor) 5-2; Johnson p. Iverson 2:50; Munding d. Smith 6-5.

145: Drew Hatch (Marysville-Pilchuck) d. Max Welsh (Mariner) 13-3; Sean Farr (Kentlake) p. Caleb Lee (Bethel) 3:22; Wagner d. Hatch 14-11; Farr d. Mjelde 9-2.

152: Brandon Davidson (Bothell) d. Tilden Sansom (Auburn) 3-0; Trevor Anderson (Bethel) d. Cayle Williams (Emerald Ridge) 6-0; Davidson d. Reynolds 1-0; Anderson d. Schut 11-7.

160: Humberto Acevedo (Eisenhower) d. Juan Arellano (Battle Ground) 7-4; Tanner Davis (Central Valley) d. Tomas Scholl (Puyallup) 3-0; Acevedo d. Morrill 5-3; Thomas d. Davis 8-3 OT.

170: Garrett Autrey (Tahoma) p. Austen Silvers (Chiawana) 2:22; Kyle Bennett (Stanwood) d. Zach Bickford (Spanaway Lake) 11-7; Autrey p. Harper 1:20; Rice d. Bennett 2-1.

182: Jeremy Misailegalu (Puyallup) d. Peter Sr. Marie (Snohomish) 4-2; Jonathan Dennis (Shelton) d. C.J. Edrington (Chiawana) 6-3; Olliges p. Misailegalu 2:44; Dennis d. Beck 3-2.

195: Bryson Page (Union) p. Kolton Cole (Central Valley) 2:20; Matt Hopkins (Tahoma) d. Josh Koukal (Inglemoor) 7-2; Page d. McPherson 4-2; Hopkins d. Proffit 5-2.

220: Eddie Meisner (South Kitsap) p. Luke Reinhard (Snohomish) 4:16; Matthew Herrick (Kentwood) p. James Volz (Mead) 4:29; Lesmeister d. Meisner 10-3; Herrick inj. def. Devine.

285: Dan Schoultz (Central Valley) d. Drew Sharkey (Ferris) 3-1; Jonathan Norriss (Issaquah) p. Damien Medeiros (South Kitsap) :11; Schoultz d. Bocook 3-1; Leifi p. Norriss 2:07.

Placing Matches


7th-8th: Montelongo d. Link 4-2.

5th-6th: Leyva d. Hobbs 8-5.

3rd-4th: Garcia p. Alonzo 4:58.


7th-8th: Heitzman p. Hershel :20.

5th-6th: Cuevas d. McCullough 8-0.

3rd-4th: Obregon d. Dykman 5-0.


7th-8th: Andrew d. Dedios 13-3.

5th-6th: Beard p. Langstaff 4:26.

3rd-4th: Gleed d. Velasquez 7-4.


7th-8th: Ortiz p. McKeown 4:58.

5th-6th: Tickman d. Page 14-10.

3rd-4th: Orrino d. Carpio 10-2.


7th-8th: Thelen d. Eagle 4-2.

5th-6th: Mendoza p. Gonzalez :54.

3rd-4th: Davis d. Boynay 4-0.


7th-8th: Peterson p. Seward 1:53.

5th-6th: Smith d. Iverson 6-3.

3rd-4th: Johnson d. Munding 7-0.


7th-8th: Welsh p. Lee 2:35.

5th-6th: Mjelde d. Hatch 11-2.

3rd-4th: Wagner d. Farr 7-4.


7th-8th: Sansom d. Williams 8-4.

5th-6th: Schut d. Reynolds 11-8.

3rd-4th: Davidson d. Anderson 4-3.


7th-8th: Arellano d. Scholl 6-2.

5th-6th: Davis d. Morrill 5-2

3rd-4th: Thomas d. Acevedo 8-2


7th-8th: Silvers p. Bickford :33

5th-6th: Bennett inj. def. Harper.

3rd-4th: Autry d. Rice 4-1.


7th-8th: Edrington d. St. Marie 6-5.

5th-6th: Misailegalu d. Beck 4-2.

3rd-4th: Olliges p. Dennis 3:23.


7th-8th: Cole d. Koukal 8-3.

5th-6th: Proffit inj. def. McPherson.

3rd-4th: Page d. Hopkins 7-5.


7th-8th: Volz d. Reinhard 10-6.

5th-6th: Meisner inj. def. Devine.

3rd-4th: Herrick p. Lesmeister 4:04.


7th-8th: Sharkey d. Medeiros 3-2.

5th-6th: Bocook d. Norriss 11-5.

3rd-4th: Schoultz d. Leifi 8-2.



106: Jesse Barajas (Sunnyside) d. Dean Reginio (Timberline) 9-5; Darren Harris (Yelm) p. Andre Hahn (Foss) :56

113: Josh Newberg (Kelso) d. Luis Reyna (Mount Vernon) 19-4; Colton Tracy (Bonney Lake) d. Matt Iwicki (Eastside Catholic) 3-1.

120: Tyke Reid (Enumclaw) p. Aqua Prigge (Ingraham) 4:47; Andrew Cunningham (Bonney Lake) d. Tyler Wicken (Kelso) 6-5.

126: Terrence McKinney (Shadle Park) d. Jaren Hufford (Yelm) 9-5; Caleb Burger (Shadle Park) d. Nick Lindholm (Decatur) 7-5.

132: Dillon Harris (Yelm) p. Jake Farrell (Sedro Woolley) 5:06; Jessie Lopez (Everett) d. Tyler Weiss (Camas) 3-1 OT.

138: Deondre Sparks (Pasco) d. Tyler Allen (Peninsula) 3-1; Lucas Somera (Enumclaw) p. Kyle Morgan (Sedro Woolley) 2:39.

145: Jacob Elledge (Glacier Peak) d. Casey Larson (Peninsula) 7-5; Brady Mast (Sedro Woolley) p. Mitchell Bocook (North Central) 3:15.

152: Billy Goforth (Mount Spokane) d. Garrett McDonald (Kelso) 7-1; Emilio Alcantar (Hudson’s Bay) d. Adrian Orndorff (University) 14-12.

160: Blake Johnson (Mercer Island) d. Chili Sabin (Bonney Lake) 9-0; Nick Karis (Decatur) d. Connor Rosane (Southridge) 8-4.

170: Santana Pina (Kamiakin) d. Jake Lueders (Bonney Lake) 9-5; Rowland Gaydosh (Decatur) d. Kevin Del-Angel (Southridge) 4-3.

182: Phil Frazier (Mercer Island) d. Cody Geary (Prairie) 2-1; Sean Elledge (Glacier Peak) d. Casey Enderlin (Hanford) 6-1.

195: Peter Johnson (Bishop Blanchet) d. T.J. Cormier (Enumclaw) 8-4; Jake Ferris (Wilson) d. Jeffery Leuth (Yelm) 7-3.

220: Stone Hart (Timberline) d. David Dempsey (O’Dea) 10-6 OT; Jimmy Trull (Bellevue) p. Tyler Wallace (Yelm) 3:06.

285: Ian Bolstad (Shorecrest) p. Kevin Rabenstein (Sedro Woolley) 1:50; Kyle Cosby (University) d. Josh Mitchell (Mount Si) 8-2.


106: Harris p. Barajas 5:03.

113: Newberg d. Tracy 5-0.

120: Cunningham d. Reid 4-1.

126: McKinney p. Burger :32.

132: Lopez d. Harris 7-6.

138: Somera p. Sparks 3:13.

145: Mast d. Elledge 10-2.

152: Goforth d. Alcantar 11-9.

160: Johnson d. Karis 5-3.

170: Pina p. Gaydosh 2:56.

182: Elledge d. Frazier 8-0.

195: Johnson p. Ferris 5:53.

220: Hart p. Trull 4:34.

285: Bolstad d. Cosby 8-4.


106: Fabian Wickham (Eastmont) d. Kwest Osborn (University) 6-0; Luke Wilson (Mercer Island) d. Luis Cardona (Marysville-Getchell) 5-4; Wickham d. Reginio 6-5; Hahn d. Wilson 7-5.

113: Jesus Escalona (Shorecrest) p. Marcus Hartman (Camas) 3:24; Santos Guerrero (Sunnyside) d. Abundio Victoriano (Kelso) 10-5: Reyna d. Escalona 10-8; Iwicki p. Guerrero 4:11.

120: Matthew Floresca (Shorewood) d. Timmy Martinez (Pasco) 7-2; Isaac Robison (Ferndale) d. Keaton Wallace (University) 5-2; Floresca d. Prigge 16-7; Wicken d. Robison 13-0.

126: Nathan Gonzalez (Sunnyside) p. Zack Calkins (Lynnwood) 2:15; Cody Fakkema (Oak Harbor) p. Nick Morf (Timberline) 2:52; Gonzalez d. Hufford 6-2; Fakkema d. Lindholm 11-6.

132: Randy Nimrock (Peninsula) d. David Griffith (Capital) 9-5; Izaec Quintanilla (North Central) d. Harley Kolp (Kamiakin) 10-0; Nimrick d. Farrell 11-5; Weiss d. Quintanilla 4-2.

138: James Bradley (Yelm) d. Ryan Gabel (University) 3-2; Aaron Blaine (Hudson’s Bay) d. Sam Wilkes (Mount Spokane) 6-0; Bradley d. Allen 8-1; Blaine d. Morgan 4-0.

145: Gage Anderson (O’Dea) d. Anniru Kamara (Hudson’s Bay) 6-4; John Hoover (Mount Spokane) d. Matt Yuste (Bonney Lake) 3-1 OT; Larson p. Anderson 2:02; Bocook d. Hoover 6-4.

152: Justin Mitchell (Enumclaw) d. Hunter Lord (Lynnwood) 7-5; Trenton Tibbetts (O’Dea) d. Bryson Pierce (North Central) 8-7; Mitchell d. McDonald 8-7; Orndorff d. Tibbetts 6-1.

160: Hamilton Noel (Liberty, Issaquah) d. Sam Romero (Sunnyside) 9-5; Jordan Watts (Mount Vernon) tech. fall A.J. Brevick (Mount Si) 15-0; Sabin p. Noel 5:32; Watts d. Rosane 9-3.

170: Connor Boyce (Everett) p. Connor Kenyon (Bainbridge Island) 3:27; Yaroslav Petrechko (Lake Washington) p. Joe Traverso (Hanford) :50; Boyce d. Lueders 6-5; Petrechko d. Del-Angel 17-8.

182: Ben Tynan (Hanford) d. Spencer Smith (Decatur) 7-0; Justin Miller (Shadle Park) p. Tyler Saichompoo (Timberline) 2:57; Geary d. Tynan 12-4; Miller d. Ederlin 9-6.

195: Ciaran Ball (Meadowdale) d. Cameron Babcock (Shadle Park) 10-4; Joe Stoutt (Eastside Catholic) d. Miguel Guzman (Sunnyside) 6-0; Cormier d. Ball 8-0; Stoutt d. Leuth 11-5.

220: Colton Malek (Enumclaw) p. Darius Taylor-Jones (Bremerton) 2:27; Jack Michels (Lake Washington) p. Chris Williams (Enumclaw) 1:45; Malek d. Dempsey 3-0; Michels p. Wallace 1:31.

285: Justin Wilkins (West Valley, Yakima) d. Tyler Brown (Shadle Park) 5-3; Cody Fulleton (O’Dea) p. Nick Castoriano (Nathan Hale) 3:50; Rabenstein d. Wilkins 6-2; Mitchell p. Fulleton :33.

Placing Matches


7th-8th: Osborn d. Cardona 9-5.

5th-6th: Wilson d. Reginio 6-5.

3rd-4th: Wickham d. Hahn 9-3.


7th-8th: Hartman d. Victoriano 4-1.

5th-6th: Escalona p. Guerrero 4:21.

3rd-4th: Iwicky p. Reyna 1:52.


7th-8th: Martinez p. Vallance :31.

5th-6th: Robison tech. fall Prigge 20-4.

3rd-4th: Wicken d. Floresca 3-1.


7th-8th: Calkins p. Morf 1:23.

5th-6th: Hufford d. Lindholm 6-2.

3rd-4th: Fakkema p. Gonzalez 2:22.


7th-8th: Griffith d. Kolp 4-2.

5th-6th: Quintanilla d. Farrell 6-4.

3rd-4th: Weiss d. Nimrick 7-5.


7th-8th: Gabel d. Wilkes 5-2.

5th-6th: Allen d. Morgan 9-4.

3rd-4th: Blaine d. Bradley 2-1.


7th-8th: Kamara p. Yuste 3:50.

5th-6th: Hoover d. Anderson 2-1.

3rd-4th: Bocook d. Larson 4-3.


7th-8th: Pierce d. Lord 10-5.

5th-6th: McDonald p. Tibbetts 1:54.

3rd-4th: Mitchell d. Orndorff 4-2 OT.


7th-8th: Brevick tech. fall Romero 15-0.

5th-6th: Rosane d. Noel 5-3.

3rd-4th: Savin d. Watts 7-5 OT.


7th-8th: Traverso p. Kenyon 1:47.

5th-6th: Lueders inj. def. Del-Angel.

3rd-4th: Petrechko d. Boyce 7-4.


7th-8th: Smith p. Saichompoo 2:23.

5th-6th: Tynan d. Enderlin 9-2.

3rd-4th: Geary d. Miller 4-2.


7th-8th: Babcock d. Guzman 9-4.

5th-6th: Ball p. Leuth 4:41.

3rd-4th: Cormier p. Stoutt 1:39.


7th-8th: Williams p. Taylor-Jones 1:46.

5th-6th: Dempsey d. Wallace 5-1.

3rd-4th: Malek d. Michels 9-1.


7th-8th: Brown d. Castoriano 13-10.

5th-6th: Fulleton p. Wilkins 4:55.

3rd-4th: Mitchell p. Rabenstein :55.



106: Gabe Martinez (Quincy) d. Cale Woyvodich (Foster) 2-0 OT; Glenn Robertson (Fife) d. Christian Alejandrez (Quincy) 11-10.

113: Wyatt Scribner (Ellensburg) d. Will Bardezbain (W.F. West, Chehalis) 5-4; Brian Burchett (Klahowya) d. Zac Joaquinn (North Mason) 5-0.

120: Adam Burchett (Klahowya) d. James Nolan (Tumwater) 7-1; Jake Konzal (Deer Park) d. Rene Gaspar (North Mason) 7-6.

126: Cole Harris (Deer Park) d. Cody Dehn (Deer Park) 7-1; Nolan Takemura (Bellingham) d. Cameron Nolan (Tumwater) 8-3.

132: Cody Yeik (Olympic) d. Alex Rockstrom (East Valley, Spokane) 9-3; Aaron Arredondo (Toppenish) d. Rhyse Zenker (Fife) 7-5.

138: Jake Velarde (North Kitsap) p. Michael Stuart (Centralia) 2:46; Joe Grable (Deer Park) d. Blake Haberman (Ellensburg) 5-0.

145: Andrew White (W.F. West, Chehalis) d. Kamal Qteishat (Ellensburg) 7-5; Kellen Pelzel (Centralia) p. Shaypher Henricks (Blaine) 1:29.

152: Bobby Reece (Kingston) d. Cole Riccardo (Centralia) 16-5; Braydan Berezay (East Valley, Spokane) d. A.J. Atoigue (Sumner) 10-2.

160: Riley Prentice (Tumwater) d. Anton Yates (East Valley, Yakima) 3-2; Cody Paxman (Cedarcrest) d. Dylan Miller (Deer Park) 3-2.

170: Brock Beeler (Clarkston) d. Martin Vakamoce (Cedarcrest) 3-1; Tyler Coates (Ellensburg) p. Dakota Hinton (Sequim) 1:53.

182: Kyzer Bailey (Centralia) d. Chris Skinner (White River) 13-9; Jeremy Korthuis (Lynden) p. Ramsey Davis (Washington) 1:27.

195: Cameron Schlotter (Cheney) d. Caleb O’Halek (Olympic) 3-0; Dayna Squibb (Centralia) p. Caleb Johnson (Blaine) 1:54.

220: Joey Gomez (Othello) p. Jack Welker (Kingston) 2:56; C.J. Rodriguez (Deer Park) d. Garrett Pannkuk (Centralia) 5-4.

285: Robby Macnair (Cedarcrest) d. Monike Failauga (Fife) 8-6 OT; Alec Postlewait (Mount Baker) p. Martin Torres (Grandview) :16.


106: Robertson d. Martinez 2-1.

113: Scribner d. Burchett 6-2.

120: Konzal p. Burchett :40.

126: Harris d. Takemura 11-2.

132: Yeik d. Arredondo 5-1.

138: Velarde d, Grable 4-1.

145: White d. Pelzel 5-2.

152: Reece d. Berezay 11-1.

160: Prentice d. Paxman 8-5.

170: Coates d. Beeler 11-4.

182: Korthuis p. Bailey :31.

195: Squibb d. Schlotter 5-2.

220: Gomez d. Rodriguez 16-0.

285: Postelwait p. Macnair :38.


106: Anthony Barrera (Othello) d. Chris Jenkins (Granite Falls) 4-2; Andrew Bosch (Woodland) d. Jakob Collins (R.A. Long) 3-1; Woyvodich d. Barrera 5-3; Alejandrez d. Bosch 9-0.

113: Mason Adams (Black Hills) d. Carlos Hernandez (Toppenish) 7-3; Jake Sievers (North Kitsap) d. Carson Monaghan (Mount Baker) 9-2; Bardezbain d. Adams 7-2; Joaquin d. Sivers 10-1.

120: Steven Martinez (Toppenish) d. Ozzy Swagerty (Port Angeles) 7-5; Michael Leonard (Deer Park) d. Auston Hilderbrand (West Valley, Spokane) 4-2; Nolan p. Martinez 2:02; Gaspar d. Leonard 7-4.

126: Lucas Garza (Othello) d. Luke Shell (Steilacoom) 5-4; Nicky Henderson (Burlington-Edison) p. Moises Torres (Tyee) 2:39; Garza d. Dehn 7-5; Nolan d. Henderson 7-1.

132: Andrew Peterson (Bellingham) p. Jeremy Jackson (Sumner) 2:14; Geff Duncan (W.F. West, Chehalis) d. Logan Merkle (East Valley, Yakima) 5-3 4OT; Peterson d. Rockstrom 5-3; Zenkner d. Duncan 3-1.

138: Maverick Reddaway (Fife) d. Jed Schliesman (Sumner) 6-3; Cody Chapman (East Valley, Spokane) d. Kody Ergeson (Selah) 3-2; Reddaway d. Stuart 9-4; Haberman d. Chapman 4-2 OT.

145: Carlos Toledano (Cedarcrest) d. Brian McCarty (North Mason) 11-4; Matt Miller (Deer Park) d. A.J. Milyard (North Kitsap) 12-0; Qteishat d. Toledano 4-1; Hendricks p. Miller 2:32.

152: Derek Troy (Mark Morris) d. Carter Bushman (Quincy) 4-2; Elias Mason (Cheney) d. Carson Eiswald (Sehome) 11-1; Riccardo p. Troy 1:55; Mason d. Atoigue 6-0.

160: Stephen Camden (Washougal) d. Beau Bryan (Black Hills) 6-4; Nick Gonzalez (East Valley, Spokane) d. John Santos (Steilacoom) 15-4; Yates p. Camden 2:38; Miller d. Gonzalez 5-0.

170: Jason Jorgensen (Deer Park) d. Brandon Todd (Archbishop Murphy) 13-7; Preston Churchill (Centralia) d. Jose Duran (Aberdeen) 12-4; Jorgensen d. Vakamoce 11-7; Hinton d. Churchill 11-8.

182: Brian Cristion (Port Angeles) d. Zach Goodpaster (Selah) 3-2; Dante Gray (Sehome) d. Conner Kruse (Archbishop Murphy) 3-1 OT; Crision d. Skinner 5-4; Gray p. Davis 2:35.

195: Tyrus Kemp (Ephrata) d. Tyrel Cronk (Mount Baker) 5-4; Jake Grantham (North Thurston) d. Gage Rife (W.F. West, Chehalis) 4-0; Kemp inj. def. O’Halek; Grantham p. Johnson 2:49.

220: Raul Pech (Toppenish) d. Kyle White (West Valley, Spokane) 7-3; Abraham Afoa (Fife) p. Mason Ready (Franklin Pierce) 2:34; Pech d. Welker 3-1; Pannkuk p. Afoa 2:32.

285: Jaime Miranda (Aberdeen) d. Alex Hachman (West Valley, Spokane) 5-0; Brenden Best (North Kitsap) d. Michael Myers (Port Angeles) 3-1; Miranda p. Failauga :48; Torres p. Best 3:39.

Placing Matches


7th-8th: Jenkins d. Collins 4-0.

5th-6th: Barrera d. Bosch 6-0.

3rd-4th: Alejandrez d. Woyvodich 7-2.


7th-8th: Monaghan d. Hernandez 4-2.

5th-6th: Sievers d. Adams 6-2.

3rd-4th: Joaquin p. Bardezbain :49.


7th-8th: Hilderbrand d. Swagerty 5-1.

5th-6th: Leonard p. Martinez 4:12.

3rd-4th: Gaspar d. Nolan 6-4 OT.


7th-8th: Shell d. Torres 12-1.

5th-6th: Dehn p. Henderson 4:51.

3rd-4th: Nolan d. Garza 8-4.


7th-8th: Merkle d. Jackson 10-2.

5th-6th: Rockstrom d. Duncan 7-4.

3rd-4th: Peterson p. Zenkner 4:44.


7th-8th: Schliesman inj. def. Ergeson.

5th-6th: Stuart d. Chapman 8-0.

3rd-4th: Reddaway d. Haberman 3-2.


7th-8th: McCarty d. Milyard 7-2.

5th-6th: Toledano d. Miller 6-2.

3rd-4th: Hendricks d. Qteishat 8-3.


7th-8th: Bushman d. Eiswald 9-5.

5th-6th: Atoigue d. Troy 4-2.

3rd-4th: Mason p. Riccardo 2:49.


7th-8th: Santos d. Bryan 14-8.

5th-6th: Gonzalez d. Camden 11-7.

3rd-4th: Miller d. Yates 3-2.


7th-8th: Duran p. Todd 1:30.

5th-6th: Churchill p. Vakamoce 2:32.

3rd-4th: Hinton p. Jorgensen 5:22 OT.


7th-8th: Goodpaster p. Kruse 4:12.

5th-6th: Davis inj. def. Skinner.

3rd-4th: Gray d. Cristion 7-2.


7th-8th: Cronk p. Rife 2:12.

5th-6th: Johnson inj. def. O’Halek.

3rd-4th: Kemp d. Grantham 8-4.


7th-8th: White p. Ready :53.

5th-6th: Welker p. Afoa 3:50.

3rd-4th: Pech d. Pannkuk 5-4.


7th-8th: Hachman p. Myers :24.

5th-6th: Failauga p. Best 2:25.

3rd-4th: Miranda d. Torres 5-3 OT.



106: Fred Green (Orting) d. Brian Gallardo (Royal) 4-0; Victor Almaguer (Granger) 14-6.

113: Joshua Salcedo (Granger) p. Jared Stedtfeld (Tonasket) 3:17; Austin Dodson (Orting) d. Ricky Almaguer (Granger) 8-3 3OT.

120: Andres Tereza (Highland) d. Jesse Morrison (Colville) 12-9; Josh Crager (Cascade Christian) d. Juan Diaz (Zillah) 5-0.

126: Erick Garcia (Chelan) p. Adrian Guerrero (Granger) 1:01; Drew Templeman (Orting) tech. fall Jessy Gonzales (Zillah) 15-0.

132: Matt McCallum (Kiona-Benton) d. Dalton Gonzales (Castle Rock) 8-5; Kit Major (Riverside, Chattaroy) p. Danny Barajas (Royal) 2:35.

138: Shannon Maris (Orting) d. Sergio Sanchez (Zillah) 8-0; Patrick Mayolo (La Center) d. Trenton Welton (Colvillle) 9-4.

145: Pacer Said (Castle Rocck) d. Mike Moniz (Orting) 6-1; Beau Gore (Orting) d. Karl Bell (Stevenson) 3-1.

152: Dalton Evanger (Orting) p. Russell Smith (Jenkins-Chewelah) 3:44; Levi Godinho (Castle Rock) d. Taylor Glidewell (Freeman) 6-0

160: Alex Myrick (Royal) d. Billy Poppie (Chelan) 7-6; Chase Fuson (Lakeside, 9 Mile Falls) d. Nolin Bare (Goldendale) 5-2.

170: Chandler Knight (Colville) d. Braydon Ross (Goldendale) 7-1; Cruz Del Angel (Kiona-Benton) p. Arnie Yoder (Toledo) 11-2.

182: Damien Delarosa (Royal) d. Preston Morris (Vashon Island) 6-1; Cole Schwartz (Chelan) p. Anthony Heller (Elma) 1:43.

195: Justin Hause (Lakeside, 9 Mile Falls) d. Kurt Wilkins (Goldendale) 11-9; Dylan Green (Omak) d. Asa Schwartz (Chelan) 4-3.

220: Dewey Bender (Riverside, Chattaroy) p. Marcus Carter (Stevenson) 2:34; John White (Ridgefield) d. Robert Easton (Vashon Island) 4-3.

285: Josh Aho (Zillah) inj. def. Jeremiah Atkins (Zillah); Tyson Brook (Connell) p. Kyle Hall (Riverview, Kennewick) 1:49.


106: Green d. Almaguer 10-8.

113: Salcedo d. Dodson 14-4.

120: Crager d. Tereza 10-1.

126: Templeman d. Garcia 10-2.

132: Major p. McCallum 8-5.

138: Maris p. Mayolo 5:28.

145: Said inj. def. Gore.

152: Evanger d. Godinho 10-0.

160: Fuson d. Myrick 3-2.

170: Del Angel p. Knight 2:46.

182: Schwartz tech. fall Delarosa 17-2.

195: Green d. Hause 4-1.

220: Bender d. White 4-3 3OT.

285: Aho d. Brook 3-2.


106: Ryan Wilson (Elma) d. Brandon Roberts (Riverside, Chattaroy) 15-6; Jose Cienfuegos (Granger) d. Casey Oviatt (Ridgefield) 11-1; Gallardo p. Wilson 1:50; Tereza d. Ccienfuegos 11-3.

113: Darius Judd (Lakeside, 9 Mile Falls) d. Carson Horton (Castle Rock) 2-0; Misael Lopez (Connell) d. Ben Knight (Colville) 7-4; Stedtfeld d. Judd 15-1; Almaguer p. Lopez 4:00.

120: Mikey Clizbe (Kalama) p. Daniel Percifield (Columbia-Burbank) 1:48; Tanner Klemann (Nooksack) d. Carlos Hernandez (Royal) 10-1; Morrison d. Clizbe 8-6; Diaz d. Klemann 4-2 OT.

126: Angel Rodriguez (Zillah) d. Tanner Sample (Elma) 8-6; Tyler Miler (Stevenson) d. Vincente Mireles (Mabton) 12-4; Guerrero d. Rodriguez 5-1; Gonzales d. Miler 12-9.

132: Cortes Hernandez (Zillah) d. Cutter Grahn (Forks) 7-3; Alex Aguilar (Omak) p. Jordan Colombo (Rochester) 3:59; Hernandez d. Gonzales 6-4; Barajas d. Aguilar 9-5.

138: Diego Hernandez (Zillah) p. Kale Setzer (Kiona-Benton) 3:17; Jacob Schneider (Stevenson) p. Jacob James (Cashmere) 1:14; Sanchez d. Hernandez 2-1; Welton p. Schneider 1:45.

145: Derek Fruin (Onalaska) d. Dalton Mudgett (Jenkins-Chewelah) 10-2; Shane McMurray (Zillah) d. Tyler Langford (Tenino) 3-1; Fruin p. Moniz :59; McMurray d. Bell 16-6.

152: Fabian Ruiz (Mabton) d. Emilio Bustos (Royal) 7-2; Andrew Ledesma (Stevenson) d. Julio Valencia (Colville) 6-2; Ruiz d. Smith 5-2; Glidewell d. Ledesma 12-1.

160: Alex McCrum (Stevenson) won by DQ; Paz (Chelan) p. Clayton Farr (Ridgefield) :36; Poppie p. McCrum 4:56; Bare d. Paz 7-5.

170: Levi Shipman (Castle Rock) d. Matt Maddux (Stevenson) 12-4; Yarik Tyutyunnik (Riverview, Kennewick) d. Adam Collins (Jenkins-Chewelah) 9-6; Ross p. Shipman 3:15; Tyutyunnik p. Yoder 1:38.

182: Hunter Lecaire (Colville) p. Collin Hornby (Rochester) 4:20; Alex Cortez (Chelan) d. Ben O’Brien (Montesano) 14-2; Morris p. Lecaire 4:42; Heller d. Cortez 3-1.

195: James Reedy-Capp (Meridian) d. Jamison Rice (Orting) 3-1 OT; Abidan Duarte (Granger) p. Todd Riley (Kiona-Benton) 4:16; Wilkins p. Reedy-Capp 1:56; Schwartz d. Duarte 4-3.

220: Cody Zyph (Kiona-Benton) d. Alberto Cruz (Wahluke) 12-0; Bo Russell (Montesano) p. Eli Curtsinger (Naches Valley) 2:57; Zyph p. Carter 1:34; Russell p. Easton 4:47.

285: David Cutrell (Omak) p. Tory Peterson (Riverside, Chattaroy) 4:22; Luis Garcia (Chelan) p. Avery Smetana (Freeman) 1:49; Cutrell p. Atkins 3:48; Garcia p. Hall :57.

Placing Matches


7th-8th: Roberts d. Oviatt 16-3.

5th-6th: Cienfuegos p. Wilson 2:44.

3rd-4th: Tereza d. Gallardo 8-2.


7th-8th: Knight d. Horton 7-6.

5th-6th: Judd p. Lopez 1:39.

3rd-4th: Almaguer d. Stedtfeld 4-2.


7th-8th: Hernandez d. Percifield 9-3.

5th-6th: Clizbe d. Klemann 8-2.

3rd-4th: Diaz p. Morrison 1:36.


7th-8th: Mireles d. Sample 7-3.

5th-6th: Miler d. Rodriguez 11-1.

3rd-4th: Guerrero d. Gonzales 8-6.


7th-8th: Grahn d. Colombo 4-0.

5th-6th: Gonzales d. Aguilar 4-2.

3rd-4th: Hernandez d. Barajas 11-6.


7th-8th: Setzer d. James 4-0.

5th-6th: Schneider d. Hernandez 5-1.

3rd-4th: Sanchez d. Welton 17-5.


7th-8th: Mudgett d. Langford 3-1.

5th-6th: Bell inj. def. Moniz.

3rd-4th: Fruin p. McMurray :54.


7th-8th: Valencia d. Bustos 7-6.

5th-6th: Smith d. Ledesma 11-8.

3rd-4th: Glidewell p. Ruiz 2:11.


7th-8th: Farr won by DQ.

5th-6th: McCrum inj. def. Paz.

3rd-4th: Bare d. Poppie 4-0.


7th-8th: Collins d. Maddux 13-1.

5th-6th: Yoder d. Shipman 7-4.

3rd-4th: Ross d. Tyutyunnik 7-0.


7th-8th: Hornby p. O’Brien 3:15.

5th-6th: Cortez d. Lecaire 9-3.

3rd-4th: Heller d. Morris 3-2.


7th-8th: Riley d. Rice 3-1 OT.

5th-6th: Duarte p. Reedy-Capp 2:28.

3rd-4th: Schwartz p. Wilkins 3:26.


7th-8th: Cursinger p. Cruz 1:30.

5th-6th: Carter d. Easton 10-8.

3rd-4th: Russell p. Zyph 1:52.


7th-8th: Smetana d. Peterson 9-3.

5th-6th: Hall p. Atkins 4:53.

3rd-4th: Garcia p. Cutrell 1:38.

Class 2B


106: Justin Chantry (Selkirk) d. Matty Carroll (Tacoma Baptist) 10-0; Taylor Woodruff (Liberty Bell) p. Jesus Dominguez (Warden) 4:50.

113: Cheyenne Kudrin-Mello (Chief Leschi) d. Tony Raupp (Winlock) 2-1; Brandon Medina (Brewster) p. Logan Weber (Kittitas) 2:40.

120: Jimmy Denis (Tacoma Baptist) d. Marco Bautista (Winlock) 8-7; Ramses Rodelo (Warden) p. Clark Rabe (Northwest Christian) 4:39.

126: Kodie Horn (Lake Roosevelt) d. Mason Mackey (Wahkiakum) 17-8; Noel Espinoza (Kittitas) d. Cody Erickson (Liberty, Spangle) 5-2.

132: Seth Holden (Kittitas) d. J.D. Gallegos (Kittitas) 4-2 OT; Anfim Kalugin (Mary Walker) d. Drew Angelus (Ocosta) 4-0.

138: Jon Walling (Kittitas) d. Jimmy Garcia (La Conner) 7-0; Keanu Niezwaag (Ritzville) d. Oscar Roa (Brewster) 12-8.

145: Jacob Moore (Pomeroy) p. Jorey Palmer (Ocosta) 4:00; Kaare Anderson (Reardan) d. Nate Cothren (Wahkiakum) 13-1.

152: Jonathan McMillan (Liberty Bell) d. Logan Zunker (Reardan) 4-2; Kyle Delegard (Tacoma Baptist) d. Ryan Smith-Slaymaker (Pomeroy) 10-5.

160: Alex Alvarez (Oroville) d. Dalton Zavala (La Conner) 14-9; Michael Haskins (Selkirk) d. Waylen Anderson (Reardan) 4-2.

170: Sean Waters (Lake Roosevelt) p. Gus Randall (Winlock) 2:42; Garet Sax (Selkirk) d. Shane Coleman (Liberty Bell) 5-0.

182: Levi Seylor (Lake Roosevelt) d. Cameron Wischhusen (La Conner) 14-2; Ike Martinez (Reardan) d. Buck Prib (Liberty Bell) 10-7.

195: Adam Hansen (Warden) p. Michael Siperly (Adna) 1:48; Tyler Vining (Kettle Falls) d. Tyler Reed (North Beach) 7-0.

220: Grayson Morris (Ritzville) d. Mike Wymore (Pomeroy) 3-2; William Helman (Ocosta) p. Rudy Martinez (Warden) 3:15.

285: Spencer Nee (Wilbur-Creston) p. Damon Dixon (Wilbur-Creston) :59; Gabe Miller (Reardan) d. Joe Crow (Raymond) 9-2.


106: Marin d. Skelton 9-7.

113: Edwards d. Feltwell 12-1.

120: Tapia d. Osborn 5-4.

126: Martinez d. McMillan 15-0.

132: Sorci p. Orozco 3:03.

138: Gross d. Stauffer 10-4.

145: Kirkendall d. Perez 7-4.

152: Wallace d. Eldred 4-2.

160: Doggett d. Jenkins 8-2.

170: Knebel d. Camacho 8-3.

182: Knezovich d. Reyes 9-1.

195: Ginter d. Reisdorph 9-2.

220: Sorensen p. Malek 3:15.

285: Billups d. Deleon 1-2.

Placing Matches


3rd-4th: Chantry d. Woodruff 6-5.


3rd-4th: Medina d. Kudrin-Mello 4-2.


3rd-4th: Rodelo p. Denis :53.


3rd-4th: Espinoza d. Horn 10-9.


3rd-4th: Kalugin d. Holden 7-1.


3rd-4th: Walling d. Niezwaag 2-1.


3rd-4th: Anderson d. Moore 8-1.


3rd-4th: McMillan d. Delegard 8-4.


3rd-4th: Haskins d. Alvarez 6-5.


3rd-4th: Waters d. Sax 5-3.


3rd-4th: Seylor d. Martinez 9-7.


3rd-4th: Hansen d. Vining 3-1.


3rd-4th: Helman p. Morris 2:56.


3rd-4th: Miller p. Nee :55.



100: Isabella Silva-Pires (Centralia) d. Deianeira Caudle (Warden) 13-1; Justine Palabrica p. Britnee Cook (Kiona-Benton) 3:49.

106: Arian Carpio (Todd Beamer) d. Julie Norvell (Newport, Bellevue) 6-2; Rachel Archer (Winlock) p. Maevis Lawson (Bremerton) 2:52.

112: Kyra Batara (Mountain View) d. Mary Ellen Gutierrez (Mabton) 5-2; Yodi Lawes (Bonney Lake) d. Casey Mather (Stanwood) 3-2.

118: Taylor Graham (Burlington-Edison) d. Axa Molina (Federal Way) 6-4 OT; Cassidy Meyers (Kentwood) d. Aika Mitchell (Lakeside, Seattle) 8-7.

124: Jennifer Anderson (Emerald Ridge) d. Tatum Sparks (Othello) 8-2; Katee Allen (Mount Vernon) d. McKenna Emmert (Kelso) 6-4 OT.

130: Kara Ebergson (Squalicum) p. Abby Elizondo (Sunnyside) 4:36; Jessie Kaech (Sedro Woolley) p. Kourtney Browning (Naches Valley) 2:26.

137: Katrynia Todd (Auburn) p. Amberlee Brasch (South Kitsap) 5:52; Allesha Reyes (Othello) d. Chloe Gardner (Nooksack Valley) 12-7.

145: Stephanie Simon (Evergreen, Vancouver) p. Kara Alden (Skyline) 3:05; Lateah Holmes (Fife) d. Jennifer Fremd (Oak Harbor) 7-5.

155: Kiaya Van Scoyoc (Lakes) p. Desiree Harms (West Valley, Spokane) 3:25; Haylee Rabenstein (Sedro Woolley) d. Madison Thackara (Fife) 8-5.

170: Felisha Orozco (Connell) d. Mikaela Kilcup (White River) 4-2 OT; Kamree Allen (Mount Vernon) p. Imani Hampton (Emerald Ridge) 4:33.

195: Mixtly Simon (Battle Ground) p. Samantha Mitchell (White River) 2:54; Ryan Gibbons (Centralia) p. Aysha Schwinden (Mount Baker) 2:27.

265: Susie Molioo (Bellingham) p. Luisa Garcia (Lynden) :46; Laura Charboneau (Stanwood) p. K.C. Moulden (Enumclaw) 1:55.


100: Palabrica d. Silva-Pires 13-4.

106: Archer d. Carpio 4-2.

112: Lawes d. Batara 4-0.

118: Meyers d. Graham 4-1.

124: Anderson d. Allen 6-0.

130: Kaech p. Ebergson 3:45.

137: Todd p. Reyes 2:46.

145: Simon p. Holmes 2:57.

155: Van Scoyoc p. Rabenstein 5:08.

170: Allen d. Orozco 6-3.

195: Gibbons p. Simon 4:32.

265: Charboneau p. Molioo 3:38.


100: Marizza Birrueta (Grandview) p. Kendra Smith (Rogers, Puyallup) 1:51; Isis Wadleigh (Timberline) d. Kassi Strano (Battle Ground) 3-1; Caudle d. Birrueta 6-4 OT; Cook d. Wadleigh 10-4.

106: Savannah Phillips (Stanwood) p. Haley Franich (Puyallup) 3:34; Emily Iverson (Sedro Woolley) p. Quinn O’Bryant (Prairie) 1:28; Phillips p. Norvell 4:05; Lawson d. Iverson 10-6.

112: Yubo Wakayo (Ingraham) p. Victoria Pena (Federal Way) 1:59; Biancca Arizpe (Federal Way) d. Lyndsey Barnhill (Kingston) 6-1; Gutierraz d. Wakayo 15-9; Mather d. Arizpe 6-5.

118: Jordyn Adams (Sedro Woolley) p. Mariana Alvarez (Royal) 3:26; Brenda DeLeon (Warden) d. Tiffany Hu (Union) 7-0; Adams p. Molina 2:03; Mitchell d. DeLeon 7-0.

124: Miexy Gonzales (Warden) p. Jesenia Meza (Mabton) 4:50; Haven Camden (Washougal) p. Dani Mata (Mount Baker) 2:05; Sparks d. Gonzales 4-2; Emmert d. Camden 7-5.

130: Danielle Volk (Fife) p. Megan Young (Mount Baker) 3:32; Colleen Reynolds (Kelso) d. Erin Locke (Washougal) 6-2; Elizondo p. Volk 1:12; Reynolds d. Browning 5-0.

137: Vanessa Dixon (Todd Beamer) d. Chevelle Woodard (Rogers, Puyallup) 7-0; Mykal Baron (Kelso) d. Lacy Cannon (Mount Baker) 1-0; Dixon d. Brasch 3-1 OT; Gardner p. Baron 1:45.

145: Katie Bond (Emerald Ridge) p. Danielle Cormier (Enumclaw) :31; Julia Arnold (Elma) d. Luaipou Lologo (Federal Way) 9-7 OT; Bond p. Alden :45; Fremd p. Arnold 4:50.

155: Dylan Fagan (White River) p. Hanna Baron (Kelso) 4;16; Kaela Piehler (Mount Baker) p. Sam King (Hoquiam) :35; Harms p. Fagan 4:15; Thackara p. Piehler 1:44.

170: Elizabeth Paterson (Enumclaw) p. Tonie Edwards (Yelm) :52; Marissa Veliz (Lynden) p. Melissa Starheim (Burlington-Edison) 3:50; Kilcup d. Paterson 11-1; Veliz d. Hampton 7-1.

195: Beverly Coleman (Bethel) p. Robin Howe (Yelm) 1:31; Nykia Mariscal (Brewster) p. Rebekah Moreno (Kelso) 1:16; Mitchell p. Coleman 3:22; Schwinden p. Mariscal 1:39.

265: Kimiko Misioka (Fife) p. Kamy Padgett (White River) 2:04; Cherelle Jackson (Spanaway Lake) p. Rose Eram (Mountain View) 3;36; Misioka p. Garcia 4:51; Moulden p. Jackson :59.

Placing Matches


7th-8th: Strano p. Smith 2:04.

5th-6th: Wadleigh d. Birrueta 3-2 3OT.

3rd-4th: Caudle p. Cook 2:42.


7th-8th: Franich p. O’Bryant 2:14.

5th-6th: Norvell p. Iverson 1:43.

3rd-4th: Lawson d. Phillips 9-8.


7th-8th: Pena p. Barnhill 1:41.

5th-6th: Arizpe d. Wakayo 11-3.

3rd-4th: Mather p. Gutierrez 2:36.


7th-8th: Alvarez p. Hu :37.

5th-6th: Deleon d. Molina 8-6 OT.

3rd-4th: Mitchell d. Adams 9-2.


7th-8th: Mata d. Meza 11-4.

5th-6th: Gonzales d. Camden 13-9.

3rd-4th: Sparks d. Emmert 6-3.


7th-8th: Young p. Locke 4:30.

5th-6th: Volk p. Browning 3:27.

3rd-4th: Reynolds p. Elizondo 2:10.


7th-8th: Cannon p. Woodard :43.

5th-6th: Brasch p. Baron 2:46.

3rd-4th: Dixon d. Gardner 8-0.


7th-8th: Cormier d. Lologo 10-4.

5th-6th: Arnold d. Alden 12-4.

3rd-4th: Fremd p. Bond 2:27.


7th-8th: King d. Baron 2-1.

5th-6th: Fagan p. Piehler 2:18.

3rd-4th: Harms d. Thackara 5-2.


7th-8th: Starheim p. Edwards :51.

5th-6th: Paterson p. Hampton 1:18

3rd-4th: Kilcup p. Veliz 3:00.


7th-8th: Howe p. Moreno 3:36.

5th-6th: Coleman p. Mariscal 2:39

3rd-4th: Mitchell d. Schwinden 9-2.


7th-8th: Padgett p. Eram :47.

5th-6th: Jackson p. Garcia 1:17.

3rd-4th: Moulden d. Misioka 4-3.

Friday’s Mat Classic results

February 18, 2012 by  

Class 4A

First Round

106: Spencer Schroeder (Graham-Kapowsin) p. David Yingling (Newport, Bellevue) 2:54; Kenny Hobbs (Kentridge) p. David Garcia (Kamiak) 1:11; Daniel Rice (Union) p. Kolby Fenton (South Kitsap) 10:08; Fernando Levya (Moses Lake) d. Griffin Howlett (Skyline) 10-4; Noah Cuzzetto (Edmonds-Woodway) d. Todd Link (Tahoma) 2-1; Chris Montelongo (Chiawana) p. Corey Campbell (Graham-Kapowsin) 5:17; Jordan Rhodes (Todd Beamer) d. Cameron Manjarrez (Eisenhower) 12-7; Brian Alonzo (Auburn) d. Alex Rodorigo (Lake Stevens) 13-3.

113: Cody Hershel (Union) d. Matthew Petrini (Mead) 7-4; Ty McCullough (Shelton) d. Manny Cuevas (Curtis) 9-4; Brett Dykman (Todd Beamer) p. Michael Roybal (Thomas Jefferson) 4:45; Michael Mguyen (Evergreen, Vancouver) p. Aaron Chapa (Bethel) 1:56; Tim Whitehead (Tahoma) p. Joseph Dematteo (Skyline) 1:36; Joshua Heitzman (Kamiak) p. Chase Clasen (Moses Lake) 5:00; Gino Obregon (Snohomish) p. Juan Lopez (Davis) 3:16; Eddie Cuevas (Curtis) d. Sam Schuessler (Tahoma) 14-4.

120: Taylor Salzberg (Graham-Kapowsin) p. Mitchell Barker (Inglemoor) 5:59; Steven Speer (Snohomish) d. Kevin Bishop (Mount Rainier) 12-3; Josh Langstaff (Stanwood) d. Warren Sprecher (Central Kitssap) 7-4; Beau Gleed (Moses Lake) p. Tristan Steciw (Skyline) 3:29; Matthew Nguyen (Evergreen, Vancouver) p. Joel Sherman (South Kitsap) :34; Blake Beard (Central Valley) d. Brian Dykman (Todd Beamer) 4-2; Josh Andrew (Richland) d. A.J. Dedios (Woodinville) 6-3; Cruz Velasquez (Tahoma) d. Junior Godinho (Union) 8-0.

126: Eric Soler (Lake Stevens) p. Zack Gracia (Woodinville) 4:55; Dalton Meyers (Kentwood) d. Hayden Wise (Moses Lake) 3-0; Mark McKeown (Chiawana) d. Jesse Vaughan (Tahoma) 6-4; Ares Carpio (Todd Beamer) p. Connor Gonzales (Arlington) 1:51; Colton Orrino (Central Valley) d. Tyson Gaillac (Auburn) 16-3; Ramon Ortiz (Evergreen, Vancouver) d. Maxim Karyavyy (Bethel) 7-5; Killian Page (Marysville-Pilchuck) d. Max Tickman (Issaquah) 14-8; Steven Hopkins (Tahoma) p. Jacob Sands (Roosevelt, Seattle) 1:51.

132: Greg Eagle (Snohomish) p. Tylor Thelen (Central Valley) 4;51; Joey Palmer (Tahoma) p. Brady Foster (Graham-Kapowsin) 2:21; Taylor Mercier (Spanaway Lake) p. Adam Coffman (Shelton) 3:28; Tyler Davis (Union) d. Everett Bingisser (Woodinville) 10-0; Gabe Boynay (Tahoma) p. Almen Thorpe (Issaquah) 3:22; Cristian Mendoza (Marysville-Pilchuck) d. Marco Gonzales (Eisenhower) 11-9; Wyatt Nemec (Mead) p. Scotty Bardell (Arlington) 4:54; Adam Romano (Graham-Kapowsin) p. Jamiel Jackson (Kentwood) 3:42.

138: Ian Steen (Graham-Kapowsin) d. Brandon Brenestahl (Rogers, Puyallup) 6-2; Joshua Smith (Kent Meridian) p. Adam Peterson (Battle Ground) 4:59; Kyle Iverson (Gig Harbor) d. Sam Berry (Union) 3-1 OT; Aron Set-Heit (Todd Beamer) d. Anthony Stalder (Walla Walla) 11-1; Kinsey Johnson (Lake Stevens) p. Malachi Conklin (Shelton) 3:43; David Munding (Mead) d. Gabe Seward (Inglemoor) 3-2; Deshar House (Todd Beamer) d. Clayton Smith (Chiawana) 7-2; Colton Marlowe (Kentlake) d. Zac Duncan (Cascade, Everett) 9-3.

145: Matthew Cuzzetto (Edmonds-Woodway) p. Willie Spurr (Roosevelt, Seattle) 1:44; Austin Wagner (Davis) d. Jacob Spadoni (Gig Harbor) 8-5; Sean Farr (Kentlake) p. Boss Garcia (Cchiawana) 2:31; Grant Steen (Graham-Kapowsin) d. Drew Hatch (Marysville-Pilchuck) 10-0; Jeremy Golding (Mead) p. Nate Mead (Auburn-Riverside) 3:54; Damian Jackson (Rogers, Puyallup) d. Shawn Speer (Battle Ground) 10-9; Max Welsh (Mariner) d. Caleb Lee (Bethel) 11-3; Tanner Mjelde (Tahoma) p. Dustin Rhode (Bothell) 1:21.

152: Nico Moreno (Moses Lake) d. Austin Dunn (Evergreen, Vancouver) 17-2; Cayle Williams (Emerald Ridge) d. Josh Tate (Auburn) 6-4; Lance Gibson (Todd Beamer) d. Bryce Broome (South Kitsap) 9-4; JoJo Reynolds (Union) p. Cameron Tiegs (Graham-Kapowsin) 3:52; Tilden Sansom (Auburn) d. Trevor Anderson (Bethel) 8-7; Zach Schut (Stanwood) p. Jorge Alcala (Davis) 5:17; Tyler Mclean (Mead) d. Tekwon Wallace (Evergreen, Vancouver) 7-1; Brandon Davidson (Bothell) d. Dan Haniger (Tahoma) 1-0.

160 - Ammon Morrill (Snohomish) p. Mackenzie Busey (Graham-Kapowsin) 4:56; Taylor Ladenburg (Bellarmine) Humberto Acevedo (Eisenhower) 8-4; Tanner Davis (Central Valley) d. Chris Bailey (Kentridge) 5-4; Ryan Christensen (Woodinville) p. Shawn Berg (Arlington) 1:40; Chandler Rogers (Mead) p. Ben Small (Gig Harbor) :55; Juan Arellano (Battle Ground) d. Dwight Yetter (Rogers, Puyallup) 5-2; Anthony Thomas (Evergreen, Vancouver) d. Tomas Scholl (Puyallup) 8-1; David Fletcher (Spanaway Lake) p. Seth Mizoguchi (Auburn) 5:44.

170: Eric Harper (Eastlake) d. Andrew Ramirez (Issaquah) 10-3; Colby Barber (Shelton) d. Zach Perez (Edmonds-Woodway) 11-6; Kyle Bennett (Stanwood) d. Garrett Autrey (Tahoma) 4-2; Sam Voigtlander (Mead) p. Spencer Nhem (Curtis) 2:58; Dillon Thomas (Union) d. Stephen Heinze (Auburn) 16-0; Josh Whitaker (Rogers, Spokane) p. Sam Gastineau (Inglemoor) 2:09; Austen Silvers (Chiawana) d. Zack Bickford (Spanaway Lake) 9-5; Matt Rice (Union) d. Thomas Kemp (Kent Meridian) 4-1.

182: Jordan Rogers (Mead) p. Peter Sr. Marie (Snohomish) 1:11; Ben Bream (Curtis) p. James West (Auburn) 2:48; Jonathan Dennis (Shelton) p. Jeremy Misailegalu (Puyallup) 3:09; Ryan Olliges (Lake Stevens) p. Miles Smalls (Ballard) 4:42; Joey Meyer (Puyallup) d. Austin Perry (Tahoma) 4-2; Kurt Beck (Central Valley) d. Devin Alder (Heritage) 1:01; Chris Herbert (Marysville-Pilchuck) d. C.J. Edrington (Chiawana) 12-4; Joseph Gomez (Graham-Kapowsin) p. Jon Yarbrough (Kentlake) 5:10.

195: Blake McPherson (Arlington) p. K.J. Skannal (Todd Beamer) 1:37; Tanner Hartsoch (Olympia) d. Luis Santana (Walla Walla) 12-2; Matt Hopkins (Tahoma) p. Ryan Leslie (Lewis & Clark) 1:55; Kadyn Del Toro (Curtis) p. Mason Proudfit (Union) 1:45; Kolton Cole (Central Valley) p. Daniel Muttillo (South Kitsap) 1:22; Nathan Proffit (Snohomish) p. Josh Rayburn (Puyallup) 3:59; Bryson Page (Union) d. Josh Koukal (Inglemoor) 12-6; K.W. Williams (Thomas Jefferson) p. Garrett Mack (Roosevelt, Seattle) 3:47.

220: Matt Voss (Puyallup) p. Matt Solusod (Issaquah) 1:43; Aaron Davis (Tahoma) p. Riley Bockmier (Skyview) 1:00; Matthew Herrick (Kentwood) p. Luke Reinhard (Snohomish) 3:59; Kyle Lesmeister (Wenatchee) d. T.J. Bridgman (Curtis) 6-4; Jon Devine (Mount Tahoma) p. D.J. Anderson (Union) :54; Ben Caron (Inglemoor) d. Mason Ju (Mead) 5-3; Jake Hollister (Woodinville) d. James Volz (Mead) 5-4; Eddie Meisner (South Kitsap) p. Shaq Reed (Lake Stevens) 3:15.

285: Cody Bocook (Mead) p. Austin Wright (Evergreen, Vancouver) 2:44; Trent Nivala (Puyallup) d. Ed Torres (Tahoma) 3-2 OT; Larkin Williams (Auburn-Riverside) p. Alex Boynton (Graham-Kapowsin) 5:29; Brandon Johnson (Lake Stevens) p. Orion Turnbull (Bethel) :38; Kyle Lanque (Central Kitsap) p. Jonathan Norriss (Issaquah) 1:15; Dan Schoultz (Central Valley) p. Ian Overton (Heritage) 1:22; Drew Sharkey (Ferris) p. George Johanson (Edmonds-Woodway) 5:57; Jessy Leifi (Federal Way) d. Damien Medeiros (South Kitsap) 8-7.


106: Schroeder d. Hobbs 9-3; Leyva d. Rice 2-1; Cuzzetto d. Montelongo 2-0; Alonzo d. Rhodes 14-0.

113: McCullough p. Hershel 3:55; Nguyen d. Dykman 13-2; Whitehead d. Heitzman 11-1; Cuevas p. Obregon 5:59.

120: Salzberg p. Speer 5:39; Gleed d. Langstaff 15-0; Nguyen d. Beard 7-3; Velasquez d. Andrew 5-4.

126: Soler d. Meyers 8-0; Carpio d. McKeown 9-2; Orrino d. Ortiz 6-2; Hopkins p. Page :51.

132: Palmer d. Eagle 24-9; Davis p. Mercier :48; Boynay d. Mendoza 14-7; Romano d. Nemec 3-0.

138: Steen p. J. Smith 4:13; Iverson d. Set-Heit 8-3; Munding d. Johnson 13-6; House d. Marlowe 5-1.

145: Wagner d. Cuzzetto 9-5; Steen d. Farr 5-2; Golding p. Jackson 3:40; Mjelde d. Welsh 16-6.

152: Moreno d. Williams 11-4; Reynolds d. Gibson 3-2; Schut p. Sansom 5:03; McLean d. Davidson 7-0.

160: Morrill p. Ladenburg 4:10; Christensen p. Davis 3:37; Rogers d. Arellano 17-4; Thomas d. Fletcher 4-3.

170: Harper d. Barber 8-4; Voigtlander d. Bennett 8-0; Thomas p. Whitaker 4:50; Rice d. Silvers 3-1.

182: Rogers p. Bream :22; Olliges d. Dennis 5-3; Beck d. Meyer 8-3; Gomez d. Herbert 6-2.

195: McPherson d. Hartsoch 12-5; Del Toro d. Hopkins 16-3; Proffit d. Cole 3-0; Williams d. Page 14-4.

220: Davis p. Voss 1:05; Lesmeister d. Herrick 7-5; Devine p. Carson 1:51; Hollister d. Meisner 6-2.

285: Bocook p. Nivala 4:50; Johnson p. Williams 2:38; Lanoue p. Schoultz 2:56; Leifi p. Sharkey 5:36.


106: Garcia d. Yingling 8-0; Fenton d. Howlett 6-0; Link d. Campbell 8-0; Rodorigo p. Manjarrez 2:06; Garcia d. Rhodes 6-5; Montelongo d. Fenton 5-0; Link d. Rice 3-1; Hobbs d. Rodorigo 3-2.

113: Petrini d. Cuevas 6-4; Roybal p. Chapa :53; Clasen d. Dematteo 12-6; Lopez p. Schuessler 4:10; Obregon d. Petrini 8-4; Heitman p. Roybal 3:44; Dykman d. Clasen 4-3; Hershel p. Lopez 5:32.

120: Barker d. Bishop 9-5; Sprecher d. Steciw 13-2; Dykman d. Sherman 8-5; Dedios d. Godinho 3-1; Andrew d. Barker 15-4; Beard d. Sprecher 8-3; Langstaff d. Dykman 11-3; Dedios d. Speer 11-7.

126: Wise d. Gracis 4-1; Vaughan d. Gonzales 12-0; Karyavyy p. Gaillac 2:54; Tickman d. Sands 10-3; Page d. Wise 6-4; Ortiz d. Vaughan 8-7; McKeown d. Karyavyy 3-2; Tickman d. Meyers 9-7.

132: Thelen d. Foster 5-1; Coffman p. Bingisser 3:21; Gonzales d. Thorpe 11-2; Jackson d. Bardell 12-9; Thelen d. Nemec 5-1; Mendoza p. Coffman 4:16; Gonzales d. Mercier 16-9; Eagle p. Jackson 1:16.

138: Peterson d. Brenenstahl 8-2; Berry d. Stalder 3-1; Seward d. Conklin 6-2; C.Smith d. Duncan 8-1; Peterson d. Marlowe 10-6; Johnson won by forfeit over Berry: Seward d. Set-Heit 5-4; J. Smith d. C. Smith 10-2.

145: Spurr d. Spadoni 7-5 OT; Hatch d. Garcia 8-6; Speer p. Mead 2:24; Lee d. Rhode 10-2; Welsh d. Spurr 8-3; Hatch p. Jackson 2:44; Farr d. Speer 5-3; Lee d. Cuzzetto 11-6.

152: Dunn inj. def. Tate; Broome p. Tiegs 4:44; Anderson p. Alcala 1:51; Wallace d. Haniger 7-1; Davidson p. Dunn 2:34; Sansom d. Broome 6-1; Anderson d. Gibson 10-4; Williams d. Wallace 10-4.

160: Acevedo d. Busey 6-2; Berg d. Bailey 3-1; Yetter d. Small 4-2; Scholl d. Mizoguchi 9-8; Accevedo p. Fletcher 2:25; Arellano d. Berg 1-0; Davis d. Yetter 3-0; Scholl d. Ladenburg 7-0.

170: Perez p. Ramirez 3:46; Autrey p. Nhem 2:13; Gastineau p. Heinze 5:03; Bickford d. Kemp 5-2; Silvers d. Perez 7-0; Autrey p. Whitaker :50; Bennett p. Gastineau 3:58; Bickford d. Barber 13-4.

182: St. Marie d. West 8-6; Misailegalu p. Smalls 2:22; Perry d. Alder 5-2; Edrington d. Yarbrough 6-4; St. Marie d. Herbert 4-3 OT; Misailegalu p. Meyer 4:24; Dennis d. Perry 3-2 OT; Edrington d. Bream 3-2.

195: Skannal p. Santana 2:49; Proudfit p. Leslie :35; Rayburn d. Muttillo 3-2; Koukal d. Mack 7-2; Page p. Skannel :29; Cole d. Proudfit 3-0; Hopkins d. Rayburn 16-0; Koukal d. Hartsoch 3-2.

220: Bockmier p. Solusod 4:12; Reinhard d. Bridgman 6-3; Anderson d. Ju 4-2; Volz p. Reed 4:50; Meisner d. Bockmier 5-2; Reinhard d. Carson 2-1; Herrick p. Anderson 4:05; Volz d. Voss 7-5.

285: Torres d. Wright 3-1; Turnbull d. Boynton 3-1; Norriss p. Overton :37; Medeiros p. Johanson 2:14; Sharkey p. Torres 2:34; Schoultz p. Turnbull :52; Norriss p. Williams :23; Medeiros d. Nivala 6-5.

Class 3A

First Round

106: Bryant Elliott (Camas) c. Justen Mah (Franklin) 10-7; Dean Reginio (Timberline) p. Jeremy Vester (Oak Harbor); Luis Cardona (Marysville-Getchell) d. Trysten Dawson (Decatur) 14-9; Jesse Barajas (Sunnyside) p. Kendall Momon (Kennedy Catholic) :53; Darren Harris (Yelm) p. Eli Clure (Mount Si) 1:53; Fabian Wickham (Eastmont) d. Jordan Armstrong (Chief Sealth) 13-0; Kwest Osborn (University) p. Derek Nichols (Hazen) :53; Andre Hahn (Foss) d. Luke Wilson (Mercer Island) 7-0.

113: Abundio Victoriano (Kelso) inj. def. Kenney Jenks (North Central); Luis Reyna (Mount Vernon) p. Zach Moore (Hazen) :33; Buck Johnson (Sedro Woolley) p. Kallum Broderick (O’Dea) 3:48; Josh Newberg (Kelso) tech. fall Andrew Ramirez (Lakes) 18-3; Jesus Escalona (Shorecrest) p. Michael Wilkinson (Bainbridge Island) 1:27; Colton Tracy (Bonney Lake) p. Santos Guerrero (Sunnyside) 3:23; Marcus Hartman (Camas) d. Kiegen Schauer (Mount Spokane) 6-4; Matt Iwicki (Eastside Catholic) p. Christian Bagdadi (Everett) 3:43.

120: Tyke Reid (Enumclaw) p. Chad Roberts (Bainbridge Island) :31; Keaton Vallance (University) p. Alex Basabe (Lynnwood) 3:30; Isaac Robinson (Ferndale) d. J.R. Pina (Kamiakin) 6-0; Aqua Prigge (Ingraham) d. Victor Munoz (Yelm) 11-4; Timmy Martinez (Pasco) d. Jahleel Vester (Oak Harbor (16-2); Tyler Wicken (Kelso) p. Brandon Gilbertson (Highline) 1:13; Andrew Cunningham (Bonney Lake) p. Hans Robel (Bishop Blanchet) 1:44; Matthew Floresca (Shorewood) d. Ryan Reed (Kelso) 5-2.

126: Brendan Delagrange (Kelso) d. Jesse Marek (Bishop Blanchet) 3-1; Jaren Hufford (Yelm) p. Zack Calkins (Lynnwood) 5:44; Nick Morf (Timberline) d. John Kim (Glacier Peak) 13-4; Terrence McKinney (Shadle Park) p. Ryan Lenea (Nathan Hale) :43; Nick Lindholm (Decatur) tech. fall Andy Ewing (Bellevue) 4:56; Nathan Gonzales (Sunnyside) p. Justin Phillips (O’Dea) 1:36; Caleb Burger (Shadle Park) p. Steven Edson (Highline) 5:07; Jayden Fend (Enumclaw) p. Cody Fakkema (Oak Harbor) 4:31.

132: Izaec Quintanilla (North Central) d. David Griffith (Capital) 10-2; Jake Farrell (Sedro Woolley) p. Austin Clark (Hazen) 5:10; Alec Greiwe (Bainbridge Island) d. Mark Johnson (Oak Harbor) 14-2; Dillon Harris (Yelm) d. Randy Nimrick (Peninsula) 12-4; Boyce Johnson (Sedro Woolley) p. Armetris Joe (Cleveland) :40; Tyler Weiss (Camas) d. Harley Kolp (Kamiakim) 8-2; Gilbert Mendoza (Pasco) d. Josh Beam (Timberline) 8-4; Jessie Lopez (Everett) d. Nathan Turner (O’Dea) 12-5.

138: Aaron Blaine (Hudson’s Bay) p. Daniel Karpman (Hazen) 3:51; Deondre Sparks (Pasco) d. Pavel Okara (Mount Vernon) 7-3; Sam Wilkes (Mount Spokane) d. Timmy Douglass (Glacier Peak) 8-4; Tyler Allen (Peninsula) d. Dominic Nicacio (O’Dea) 7-1; Ryan Gabel (University) d. Aaron Peterson (Mount Si) 8-0; Lucas Somera (Enumclaw) d. Dylan Read (Bainbridge Island) 17-4; James Bradley (Yelm) p. Caleb Samson (Bainbridge Island) 3:39; Kyle Morgan (Sedro Woolley) p. Gunnar Metzger (Hudson’s Bay) 3:24.

145: Matt Yuste (Bonney Lake) d. Preston Baich (West Valley, Yakima) 6-4; Jacob Elledge (Glacier Peak) p. Mitchell McCartney (Highline) 3:48; Morgan Smith (Meadowdale) tech. fall Alex Hoover (Bainbridge Island) 16-1; Casey Larson (Peninsula) p. Brandon Zimmerman (Decatur) 1:21; Brady Mast (Sedro Woolley) p. Kean Legate (Highline) :44; Anniru Kamara (Hudson’s Bay) d. John Hoover (Mount Spokane) 7-4; Mitchell Bocook (North Central) p. George Stoyanov (Mountain View) 4:33; Gage Anderson (O’Dea) p. Nate Tibbott (Meadowdale) :51.

152: Billy Goforth (Mount Spokane) d. Justin Mitchell (Enumclaw) 13-2; Joshua Grebbin (Oak Harbor) p. Pat Legate (Highline) 1:25; Jon Obernesser (Eastside Catholic) forfeit over Stefan Vandenkooy (Mount Vernon); Garrett McDonald (Kelso) tech. fall Devon Gipson (Bremerton) 16-0; Hunter Lord (Lynnwood) p. Jasper Bourgette (Nathan Hale) 1:08; Emilio Alcantar (Hudson’s Bay) p. Bryson Pierce (North Central) 3:23; Adrian Orndorff (Univerisity) d. Jake Ricco (Peninsula) 15-3; Josh Farrell (Sedro Woolley) d. Trenton Tibbetts (O’Dea) 8-6 OT.

160: Chili Sabin (Bonney Lake) tech. fall Bradley Strode (Eastside Catholic) 16-0; Jordan Watts (Mount Vernon) p. Lonnie Hurley (Pasco) 4:26; Blake Johnson (Mercer Island) p. Sam Romero (Sunnyside) 2:17; Anthony Allred (Yelm) p. Andre Faciane (Hazen) 1:21; Connor Rosane (Southridge) d. A.J. Brevick (Mount Si) 16-5; Luke Arterbury (Mountain View) p. Andrew Kennedy (Bishop Blanchet) 1:57; Nick Karis (Decatur) p. Jose Ramirez (Hazen) 3:08; Hamilton Noel (Liberty, Issaquah) d. Ryan Anderson (Enumclaw) 9-5.

170: Sisto Santana Pina (Kamiakin) d. Vince Huber (Camas) 7-0; Yaroslav Petrechko (Lake Washington) p. Tyler Moniz (Bainbridge Island) 2:45; Cody Patrick (Bainbridge Island) d. Andy Newman (Bishop Blanchet) 10-2; Jake Lueders (Bonney Lake) p. Elijah Rowley (Wilson) 2:59; Connor Boyce (Everett) p. Alex Paeth (Nathan Hale) 3:42; Rowland Gaydosh (Decatur) p. Joe Travers (Hanford) 3:56; Kevin Del-Angel (Southridge) p. Jacob Evens (Wilson) 5:10; Connor Kenyon (Bainbridge Island) d. Nick Chandler (Mercer Island) 9-1.

182: Justin Miller (Shadle Park) d. Spencer Smith (Decatur) 4-0; Phil Frazier (Mercer Island) d. Victor Hernandez (Bishop Blanchet) 12-1; Sam Alexander (Ferndale) p. Kea Roberts (Eastside Catholic) 3:36; Cody Geary (Prairie) d. Sterling Reynolds (Mountain View) 5-0; Sean Elledge (Glacier Peak) p. Alex Jonson (Kennedy Catholic) 1:54; Ben Tynan (Hanford) p. Tyler Saichompoo (Timberline) 3:40; Casey Enderlin (Hanford) d. Evan Dorsey (Bonney Lake) 5-2; Weber Coryell (Bainbridge Island) d. Ric Stewart (Everett) 17-14.

195: T.J. Cormier (Enumclaw) p. Jeremy Guilbert (Hazen) 2:06; Miguel Guzman (Sunnyside) d. Gabe Torgerson (Sedro Woolley) 3-1; Chris Aiwiro (Everett) d. Will Bishop (Hanford) 8-2; Peter Johnson (Bishop Blanchet) p. Austen Fuller (Prairie) 3:35; Cameron Babcock (Shadle Park) d. Ricky Rodriguez (Mount Vernon) 10-1; Jake Ferris (Wilson) p. Joe Stoutt (Eastside Catholic) 1:26; Jeffery Leuth (Yelm) p. Tyler Mosier (Highline) 1:54; Ciaran Ball (Meadowdale) p. Jacob Lancaster (Timberline) :40.

220: Stone Hart (Timberline) d. Justin Russell (Hazen) 15-3; Kam Williams (Ferndale) d. Austin Carman (Sunnyside) 10-4; Jack Michels (Lake Washington) p. Julio Aleman (Southridge) 3:05; David Dempsey (O’Dea) p. Darius Taylor-Jones (Bremerton) 3:09; Robert Koch (West Valley, Yakima) d. Ahmed Ahmed (Lynnwood) 10-2; Tyler Wallace (Yelm) p. Josh Conrad (Highline) 3:58; Colton Malek (Enumclaw) p. Mack Dirks (Nathan Hale) :59; Jimmy Trull (Bellevue) p. Chris Williams (Enumclaw) 5:30.

285: Cole Stevens (Timberline) p. Jedd Strother (Highline) 2:41; Kevin Rabenstein (Sedro Woolley) d. Tyler Brown (Shadle Park) 4-2; Ian Bolstad (Shorecrest) p. Justin Wilkins (West Valley, Yakima) 3:58; Cody Fulleton (O’Dea) p. Ccody Anderson (Yelm) :57; Kyle Cosby (University) p. Mosese Fifita (Glacier Peak) 1:06; Paul Toala (Highline) d. Garrett Grau (Enumclaw) 8-2; Josh Ingebretson (Hudson’s Bay) d. Nick Castoriano (Nathan Hale) 6-1; Josh Mitchell (Mount Si) bye.


106: Reginio p. Elliott 1:50; Barajas d. Cardona 10-3; Harris d. Wickham 5-4; Hahn d. Osborn 7-6.

113: Reyna d. Victoriano 14-9; Newberg p. Johnson 3:48; Tracy d. Escalona 9-2; Iwicki d. Hartman 10-0.

120: Reid d. Vallance 7-2; Prigge p. Robinson :49; Wicken d. Martinez 13-4; Cunningham d. Floresca 1-0.

126: Hufford p. Delagrange 5:41; McKinney p. Morf 1:38; Lindholm d. Gonzales 9-4; Burger d. Fend 6-4.

132: Farrell d. Quintanilla 6-4; Harris p. Greiwe 4:52; Weiss d. Johnson 4:52; Lopez d. Mendoza 10-3.

138: Sparks d. Blaine 9-3; Allen p. Wilkes 5:23; Somera p. Gabel 5:02; Morgan d. Bradley 8-4.

145: Elledge d. Yuste 4-2; Larson d. Smith 13-2; Mast d. Kamara 2-1; Bocook p. Anderson 3:06.

152: Goforth d. Crebbin 17-3; McDonald p. Obernesser 3:01; Alcantar d. Lord 16-9; Orndorff p. Farrell 5:17.

160: Sabin d. Watts 9-5; Johnson p. Allred 2:23; Rosane d. Arterbury 4-3; Karis d. Noel 11-4.

170: Pina d. Petrechko 4-2; Lueders tech. fall Patrick 15-0; Gaydosh d. Boyce 9-8; Del-Angel p. Kenyon :34.

182: Frazier d. Miller 9-3; Geary d. Alexander 2-0; Elledge p. Tynan 5:43; Enderlin d. Coryell 10-0.

195: Cormier p. Guzman 2:11; Johnson d. Aiwiro 6-4; Ferris d. Babcock 7-5; Leuth p. Ball 3:46.

220: Hart d. C. Williams 11-3; Dempsey d. Michels 6-5; Wallace p. Koch 1:15; Trull d. Malek 2-1 OT.

285: Rabenstein p. Stevens 4:35; Bolstad p. Fulleton 4:56; Cosby d. Toala 5-1; Mitchell p. Ingebretson 2:46.


106: Vester d. Mah 14-11; Dawson p. Momon :34; Clure p. Armstrong 3:33; Wilson p. Nichols 1:39; Osborn d. Vester 16-4; Wickham d. Dawson 17-6; Cardona d. Clure 11-2; Wilson d. Elliott 9-5.

113: Moore inj. def Jenks; Ramirez tech. fall Broderick 18-3; Guerrero p. Wilkinson 1:32; Schauer d. Bagdad 4-0; Hartman p. Moore :24; Escalona d. Ramirez 5-4; Guerrero tech. fall Johnson 15-0; Victoriano d. Schauer 3-1.

120: Basabe p. Roberts 3:23; Pina d. Munoz 7-3; Vester tech. fall Gilbertson 16-0; Reed p. Robel :46; Floresca d. Basabe 6-1; Martinez d. Pina 5-2; Robison d. Vester 6-5; Vallance p. Reed 2:14.

126: Calkins d. Marek 11-3; Kim p. Lenea 2:17; Ewing p. Phillips :59; Fakkema p. Edson 1:44; Calkins p. Fend 1:38; Gonzales d. Kim 5-1; Morf d. Ewing 6-4; Fakkema p. Delagrange 2:44.

132: Griffith d. Clark 6-1; Nimrick d. Johnston 9-1; Kolp p. Joe 1:43; Beam d. Turner 11-3; Griffith d. Mendoza 4-0; Nimrick d. Johnson 9-2; Kolp d. Greiwe 8-2; Quintanilla d. Beam 9-4.

138: Okara d. Karpmann 13-3; Douglass d. Nicacio 4-3; Peterson d. Read 4-2; Metzger p. Samson 2:43; Bradley d. Okara 8-5; Gabel d. Douglass 10-2; Wilkes d. Peterson 8-3; Blaine p. Metzger 4:56.

145: Baich tech. fall McCartney 18-3; Zimmerman d. A. Hoover 3-1; J. Hoover p. Legate :50; Stoyanov d. Tibbott 9-4; Anderson p. Baich 1:32; Kamara d. Zimmerman 4-3; Hoover d. Smith 7-2; Yuste p. Stoyanov 2:27.

152: Mitchell d. Legate 12-3; Gipson won by DQ over Vandenkooy; Pierce p. Bourgette 1:36; Tibbetts p. Ricco 2:13; Mitchell p. Farrell 4:55; Lord p. Gipson 1:20; Pierce d. Obernesser 13-0; Tibbetts p. Crebbin 2:45.

160: Hurley p. Strode 1:19; Romero d. Faciane 14-3; Brevick p. Kennedy 2:14; Anderson p. Ramirez :52; Noel d. Hurley 9-6; Romero inj. def. Arterbury; Brevick d. Allred 4-2; Watts d. Anderson 9-3.

170: Huber p. Moniz 3:26; Newman d. Rowley 9-3; Travers p. Paeth :54; Chandler p. Evens 2:36; Kenyon d. Huber 9-3; Boyce d. Newman 8-0; Traverso d. Patrick 9-5; Petrechko p. Chandler 4:10.

182: Smith d. Hernandez 5-1; Reynolds tech. fall Roberts 16-0; Saichompoo p. Jonson :57; Dorsey p. Stewart 2:09; Smith d. Coryell 6-4; Tynan d. Reynolds 6-1; Saichompoo p. Alexander 2:12; Miller d. Dorsey 4-2.

195: Guilbert p. Torgerson 4:16; Fuller d. Bishop 16-3; Stoutt d. Rodriguez 6-0; Mosier inj. def. Lancaster; Ball p. Guilbert :37; Babcock p. Fuller 4:16; Stoutt d. Aiwiro 6-4; Guzman d. Mosier 4-2.

220: Russell inj. def. Carman; Taylor-Jones d. Aleman 8-1; Conrad p. Ahmed 2:59; K. Williams p. Dirks 2:13; Malek p. Russell 4:35; Taylor-Jones d. Koch 7-3; Michels p. Conrad :20; C. Williams p. K. Williams 4:44.

285: Brown d. Strother 2-0; Wilkins p. Anderson 1:31; Fifita d. Grau 4-3; Castoriano, bye; Brown d. Ingebretson 10-2; Wilkins d. Toala 3-2; Fulleton d. Fifita 13-2; Castoriano p. Stevens :40.

Class 2A

First Round

106: Gabe Martinez (Quincy) d. Jackson Mills (Tumwater) 14-6; Brady Anderson (Port Angeles) d. Bailey McBridge (Cedarcrest) 9-1; Travis Filleau (Sumner) d. Kyle Gonzales (Blaine) 8-2; Cale Woyvodich (Foster) d. Isaiah Barrera (Othello) 4-3; Glenn Robertson (Fife) tech. fall Riley Takemura (Bellingham) 16-0; Anthony Barrera (Othello) p. Andrew Bosch (Woodland) 2:48; Christian Alejandrez (Quincy) d. Jakob Collins (R.A. Long) 11-4; Chris Jenkins (Granite Falls) p. Jacob Unger (Sumner) 11-4.

113: Wyatt Scribner (Ellensburg) d. Mason Adams (Black Hills) 7-0; Ryan Nash (Granite Falls) d. Colton Frost (Eatonville) 8-4; Jake Sievers (North Kitsap) d. Luke Jordan (Squalicum) 8-5; Will Bardezbain (W.F. West, Chehalis) p. A.J. Garza (Othello) 5:42; Zac Joaquin (North Mason) p. Zach Wallace (Squalicum) 1:34; Carlos Hernandez (Toppenish) d. Jordan Stello (Mark Morris) 10-8 OT; Sergio Morales (Toppenish) p. Minh Doelman (Tumwater) 5:07; Brian Burchett (Klahowya) d. Carson Monaghan (Mount Baker) 10-3.

120: James Nolan (Tumwater) d. Ozzy Swagerty (Port Angeles) 6-1; Auston Hilderbrand (West Valley, Spokane) p. Jake Knight (Bellingham) 1:59; Michael Leonard (Deer Park) p. Tyler Groff (Granite Falls) 2:41; Adam Burchette (Klahowya) p. Irvin Nguyen (R.A. Long) 3:43; Steven Martinez (Toppenish) d. Curtis Chittenden (Cedarcrest) 2-0 OT; Rene Gaspar (North Mason) d. Denver Parker (W.F. West, Chehalis) 8-4; Trevor Kurtz (White River) d. Logan Gillihan (Black Hills) 14-6; Jake Konzal (Deer Park) d. Trevor Quint (Burlington-Edison) 10-4.

126: Cody Dehn (Deer Park) d. Luke Shell (Steilacoom) 2-1 3OT; Ty Burk (W.F. West, Chehalis) d. Ely Malametz (Cedarcrest) 3-0; Nicky Henderson (Burlington-Edison) d. Tanner Ackerly (R.A. Long) 8-6 OT; Cole Harris (Deer Park) p. Carl Klein (White River) 1:05; Cameron Nolan (Tumwater) d. Tanner Zavala (Burlington-Edison) 6-2; Lucas Garza (Othello) p. Victor Toledo (Franklin Pierce) 4:50; David Castaneda (Grandview) d. Mikole Castaneda (Grandview) 10-3; Nolan Takemura (Bellingham) p. Moises Torres (Tyee) 5:14.

132: Cody Sheddy (Hockinson) p. Connor Veach (Klahowya) 3:10; Alex Rockstrom (East Valley, Spokane) p. Joey Walton (Mount Baker) 3:24; Logan Merkle (East Valley, Yakima) d. Nick Granberg (Burlington-Edison) 11-0; Cody Yeik (Olympic) p. Daniel Montesa (River Ridge) 2:24; Andre Peterson (Bellingham) p. Eric Benton (Clarkston) 4:49; Rhyse Zenkner (Fife) d. Caleb Kaiser (Woodland) 9-5; Jeremy Jackson (Sumner) d. Geff Duncan (W.F. West, Chehalis) 4-2; Aaron Arredondo (Toppenish) d. Nazar Bezugly (Mount Baker) 13-1.

138: Michael Stewart (Centralia) p. Jed Schliesman (Sumner) 3:03; Cody Chapman (East Valley, Spokane) d. Zak Alter (Squalicum) 3-2; Kody Ergeson (Selah) d. Justin Belding (Blaine) 5-4; Jake Velarde (North Kitsap) p. Nathan Patterson (Woodland) 1:48; Blake Haberman (Ellensburg) d. Kyle Weaver (Sultan) 4-3; Maverick Reddaway (Fife) Joey Hansen (Centralia) 19-7; Chandler Rodriguez (Tumwater) d. Luke Mooney (Sequim) 7-5; Joe Grable (Deer Park) d. Cody Thayer (Mount Baker) 11-0.

145: Kamal Qteishat (Ellensburg) d. Marcus Ulloth (North Thurston) 13-5; Ryan Meggison (Lynden) d. Brian McCarty (North Mason) 16-11; A.J. Milyard (North Kitsap) d. Carlos Toledano (Cedarcrest) 3-2; Andrew White (W.F. West, Chehalis) d. Ernesto Martinez (Toppenish) 18-3; Brandon Short (White River) p. Austin Koons (Cedarcrest) 4:43; Kellen Pelzel (Centralia) p. Trae Martin (Cheney) :49; Jake Wilson (Interlake) d. Matt Miller (Deer Park) 7-4; Shaypher Henricks (Blaine) p. Bradrick Reddaway (Fife) 5:09.

152: Cole Ricardo (Centralia) p. Josh Henden (Kingston) 2:16; Carson Eiswald (Sehome) d. Eric Garza (Othello) 15-7; Elias Mason (Cheney) p. Jason Barrus (Sultan) :48; Bobby Reece (Kingston) p. Elijah Camacho (River Ridge) 1:32; Carter Bushman (Quincy) p. Zach Larson (Mount Rainier) 2:30; A.J. Atoigue (Sumner) p. Jacob Marks (Interlake) 5:52; Derek Troy (Mark Morris) p. Kody Steele (Port Angeles) 4:51; Braydan Berezay (East Valley, Spokane) p. Eli Gremmert (Cedarcrest) 4:26.

160: Riley Prentice (Tumwater) d. Aaron Dickson (Kingston) 14-1; Matthew Melo (Othello) d. Jerrid George (Mount Baker) 12-6; Anton Yates (East Valley, Yakima) p. Joel Trujillo (Burlington-Edison) 5:05; Zeke Gaeta (Olympic) d. Stephen Camden (Washougal) 14-7; Cody Paxman (Cedarcrest) p. Nick Gonzalez (East Valley, Spokane) 2:30; Brennon Gulin (White River) p. Alex Giseburt (Interlake) 4:36; Beau Bryan (Black Hills) p. John Santos (Steilacoom) 4:25; Dylan Miller (Deer Park) p. Zach Wilson (Squalicum) 1:57.

170: Brock Beeler (Clarkston) p. Alex Kalinin (Renton) 2:58; Travis Morris (White River) d. Jake Naslund (Sultan) 8-1; Martin Vakamoce (Cedarcrest) d. Albert Lawver (Olympic) 7-3; Preston Churchill (Centralia) p. Sam Pegg (Cheney) 5:33; Dakota Hinton (Sequim) p. Levi Wigg (Mount Baker) :39; Jason Jorgensen (Deer Park) d. Connor Knudsvig (Centralia) 7-6; Tyler Coates (Ellensburg) d. Jose Duran (Aberdeen) 11-7; Brandon Todd (Archbishop Murphy) p. Freddie Baumann (Eatonville) :57.

182: Kyzer Bailey (Centralia) p. Brian Mason (Kingston) :59; Conner Kruse (Archbishop Murphy) tech. fall Stephen Villarreal (Othello) 15-0; Dante Gray (Sehome) d. Perry Simpson (Ellensburg) 2-0; Chris Skinner (White River) d. Tima Pisarchuk (R.A. Long) 11-4; Jeremy Korthuis (Lynden) p. Spencer Rassier (Cheney) :41; Brian Cristion (Port Angeles) d. David Garcia (Aberdeen) 15-0; Ramsey Davis (Washington) d. Mykel Hartman (Tumwater) 13-8; Zach Goodpaster (Selah) d. Vlas Bezugly (Mount Baker) 3-1.

195 - Caleb O’Halek (Olympic) d. Tyrus Kemp (Ephrata) 5-3; Jake Grantham (North Thurston) p. Foster Wade (Archbishop Murphy) :40; Gage Rife (W.F. West, Chehalis) d. Tyrel Cronk (Mount Baker) 7-4; Cameron Schlotter (Cheney) p. Chase Davis (North Mason) 1:40; Dayna Squibb (Centralia) p. Jeff Bajema (Burlington-Edison) 3:41; Brandon Heide (East Valley, Spokane) d. Jordan Leech (Steilaccoom) 1-0; Josh Maio (Cheney) d. Zach Grall (Port Angeles) 13-6; Caleb Johnson p. Trevonn Russell (Lindbergh) 5:26.

220: Jake Welker (Kingston) d. Kyle White (East Valley, Spokane) 5-3; Taylor Comfort (Sultan) p. Caleb Richards (North Thurston) 3:25; Sterling Honeycutt (Mount Baker) p. Chad Peterson (Interlake) 4:53; Joey Gomez (Othello) d. Corey Roblan (Port Angeles) 7-1; Garrett Pennkuk (Centralia) p. Dakota Creed (Archbishop Murphy) 1:58; Paul Pech (Toppenish) p. Mason Ready (Franklin Pierce) :41; C.J. Rodriguez (Deer Park) d. Abraham Afoa (Fife) 6-0; Caleb Newman (Lynden) p. Stephen Mcelyah (Mark Morris) 5:07.

285: Evan Earnest (R.A. Long) d. Clay Charley (Sequim) 7-2; Robby Macnair (Cedarcrest) p. Alex Hachman (West Valley, Spokane) 3;26; Mike Antczak (Blaine) d. Bubba Ruiz (Othello) 4-1; Monike Failauga (Fife) p. Myhre Eng (Evergreen, Seattle) 1:03; Alec Postlewait (Mount Baker) p. Ricky Miller (West Valley, Spokane) :50; Jaime Miranda (Aberdeen) p. Brenden Best (North Kitsap) 1:20; Alex Daarud (Centralia) p. Michael Myers (Port Angeles) :36; Martin Torres (Grandview) p. Jake Larsen (Mount Baker) 5;24.


106: Martinez d. Anderson 9-0; Woyvodich d. Filleau 8-6; Robertson d. A. Barrera 10-2; Alejandrez p. Jenkins 5:19.

113: Scribner p. Nash 3:40; Bardezbain d. Sievers 16-0; Joaquin d. Hernandez 9-1; Burchett p. Morales 2:41.

120: Nolan d. Hilderbrand 9-2; Burchett d. Leonard 6-0; Gaspar d. Martinez 10-4; Konzal p. Kurtz 2:22.

126: Dehn d. Burk 7-5; Harris d. Henderson 8-0; Nolan d. Garza 6-3; Takemura d. Castaneda 5-0.

132: Rockstrom d. Sheddy 7-4; Yeik p. Merkle 1:54; Zenkner d. Peterson 5-2; Arredondo d. Jackson 6-4.

138: Stuart p. Chapman 5:24; Velarde d. Ergeson 11-2; Haberman d. Reddaway 6-4 OT; Grable p. Rodriguez 3:24.

145: Qteishat d. Meggison 15-2; White p. Milyard 2:59; Pelzel d. Short 8-4; Hendricks d. Wilson 10-2.

152: Riccardo d. Eiswald 10-1; Reece d. Mason 3-1 OT; Atoigue d. Bushman 18-9; Berezay p. Troy :47.

160: Prentice p. Melo 4:28; Yates d. Gaeta 9-0; Paxman p. Gulin 1:27; Miller d. Bryan 4-0.

170: Beeler p. Morris 3:30; Vakamocce d. Churchill 11-7; Hinton p. Jorgensen 1:06; Coates p. Todd 1:11.

182: Bailey d. Kruse 12-7; Skinner d. Gray 7-4; Korthuis d. Cristion 8-0; Davis p. Goodpaster 1:33.

195: O’Halek p. Grantham 1:41; Schlotter d. Rife 11-3; Squibb p. Heide 4:59; Johnson d. Maio 10-4.

220: Welker d. Comfort 5-4; Gomez d. Honeycutt 11-2; Pannkuk d. Pech 8-3; Rodriguez d. Newman 12-7 OT.

285: Macnair d. Earnest 5-4 OT; Failauga p. Antczak 4:21; Postelwait d. Miranda 9-3; Torres d. Daarud 11-7.


106: McBride p. Mills 3:23; I. Barrera d. Gonzales 9-2; Bosch d. Takemura 7-0; Collins d. Unger 6-2; Jenkis p. McBride 2:09; A. Barrera inj. def. I. Barrera; Bosch d. Filleau 4-0; Collins d. Anderson 6-3.

113: Adams p. Frost 2:01; Garza d. Jordan 7-5; Stello d. Wallace 7-1; Monaghan d. Doelman 2-0; Adams d. Morales 6-4; Hernandez d. Garza 5-2; Sievers p. Stello 2:00; Monaghan d. Nash 5-0.

120: Swagerty p. Knight 4:40; Groff d. Nguyen 5-1; Parker d. Chittenden 10-3; Quint d. Gillihan 12-3; Swagerty d. Kurtz 3-1; Martinez p. Groff 4:44; Leonard d. Parker 5-0; Hilderbrand d. Quint 12-1.

126: Shell p. Malametz 4:33; Ackerely d. Klein 9-2; Zavala p. Toledo 2:43; Torres d. Hendricks 8-7; Shell p. Castanedo 1:59; Garza d. Ackerly 5-2; Henderson d. Zavala 2-0; Torres d. Burk 5-4.

132: Veach p. Walton 4:50; Montesa d. Granberg 13-5; Benton d. Kaiser 14-4; Duncan d. Bezugly 9-6; Jackson p. Veach 4:00; Peterson p. Montesa 3:59; Merkle p. Benton :54; Duncan d. Sheddy 1-0.

138: Schliesman d. Alter 7-2; Belding d. Patterson 15-0; Weaver d. Hansen 8-3; Mooney d. Thayer 1-0; Schliesman p. Rodriguez 2:05; Reddaway d. Belding 3-2; Ergeson d. Weaver 6-4; Chapman d. Mooney 8-4.

145: McCarty d. Ulloth 4-1; Toledano d. Martinez 10-3; Martin d. Koons 4-2; Miller p. Reddaway 4:54; McCarty d. Wilson 12-2; Toledano inj. def. Short; Milyard d. Martin 3-1; Miller d. Meggison 7-2.

152: Henden d. Garza 13-2; Camacho p. Barrus 2:03; Marks p. Larson 2:02; Steele d. Gremmert 11-3; Troy d. Henden 11-6; Bushman p. Camacho 1:39; Mason d. Marks 1-0; Eiswalk d. Steele :54.

160: Dickson d. George 12-1; Camden def. Trujillo; Gonzales p. Giseburt 2:00; Santos d. Wilson 8-3; Bryan d. Dickson 5-1; Camden d. Gulin 6-5; Gonzales d. Gaeta 6-5; Santos p. Melo 4:29.

170: Naslund d. Kalinin 20-7; Lawver d. Pegg 16-2; Knudsvig d. Wigg 6-1; Duran d. Baumann 5-3 OT; Todd d. Naslund 15-1; Jorgensen d. Lawver 7-3; Churchill d. Knudsvig 7-3; Duran p. Morris 2:17.

182: Villarreal p. Mason 1:28; Simpson d. Pisarchuk 12-2; Rassier d. Garcia 4-2; Bezugly d. Hartman 14-12; Goodpaster d. Villarreal 11-2; Cristion d. Simpson 7-5; Gray p. Rassier 2:52; Kruse d. Bezugly 9-4.

195: Kemp d. Wade 7-6; Cronk p. Davis :34; Bajema d. Leeche 9-8; Grall p. Russell :43; Kemp p. Maio 2:38; Cronk p. Heidi 4:14; Rife d. Bajema 13-8; Grantham d. Grall 9-2.

220: White d. Richards 3-2; Peterson p. Roblan :52; Ready d. Creed 13-10; Afoa d. Mcelyea 2:43; White d. Newman 2-1; Pech p. Peterson 2:00; Ready d. Honecutt 10-7; Afoa inj. def. Comfort.

285: Hachman d. Charley 5-2; Eng p. Ruiz 4:51; Best inj. def. Miller; Myers p. Larsen 1:16; Hachman p. Daarud 1:36; Miranda d. Eng 8-4; Best d. Antczak 5-3; Myers d. Earnest 13-11.

Class 1A

First Round

106: Jacob Ulland (Lakeside, 9 Mile Falls) d. Sebastian Morales (Forks) 14-3; Brian Gallardo (Royal) p. Ryan Wilson (Elma) 3:23; Jose Cienfuegos (Granger) p. Brandon Koenig (Kalama) 3:16; Fred Green (Orting) p. Christian Diaz (Tonasket) :54; Victor Almaguer (Granger) p. JoJo Saringan (Castle Rock) 1:52; Brandon Roberts (Riverside, Chattaroy) p. Rex Dunn (Orting) 1:05; Tyler Ward (Colville) p. Michael Kipling (Nooksack) 4:21; Ronay Tereza (Highland) p. Casey Oviatt (Ridgefield) :54.

113: Joshua Salcedo (Granger) tech. fall Ivan Reyes (Chelan) 17-2; Taylor Gardner (Nooksack) d. Matt Giamino (Elma) 14-8; Jordan Booth (Castle Rock) p. Logan Evanger (Orting) 4:46; Jared Stedtfeld (Tonasket) d. Oscar Morales (Highland) 9-6; Austin Dodson (Orting) p. Hunter Stockfleth (Ilwaco) 3:27; Darius Judd (Lakeside, 9 Mile Falls) p. Misael Lopez (Connell) 5:44; Ricky Almaguer (Granger) p. Ben Knight (Colville) 1:34; Carson Horton (Castle Rock) d. Bobby Brien (Rochester) 14-11.

120: Andres Tereza (Highland) p. Aaron Buckley (Colville) 3:02; Tanner Klemann (Nooksack) p. Javier Contreras (Forks) 4:23; Troy Rathjen (Meridian) p. Sebastian Barragan (Forks) 1:03; Jesse Morrison (Colville) p. Daniel Percifield (Columbia, Bubank) 1:43; Josh Crager (Cascade Christian) p. Jon Mars (Castle Rock) 4:55; Austin Covington (Omak) d. Carlos Hernandez (Royal) 3-2; Collin Aitcheson (Tonasket) d. Juan Diaz (Zillah) 9-2; Mikey Clizbe (Kalama) d. Ryan Wood (Montesano) 16-6.

126: Adrian Guerrero (Granger) p. Jeffrey Stedtfeld (Tonasket) 5:47; Tyler Miler (Stevenson) p. Tyler Blankenship (Orting) 5:59; Tyson Dick (Elma) p. Hunter Whittern (Nooksack) 4:47; Erick Garcia (Chelan) d. Angel Rodriguez (Zillah) 13-1; Drew Templeman (Orting) p. Casey Heaton (Kalama) 2:46; Klint Brown (Lakeside, 9 Mile Falls) d. Vincente Mireles (Mabton) 10-4; Jessy Gonzales (Zillah) d. Bryce Wetherell (Riverside, Chattaroy) 3-1; Tanner Sample (Elma) d. Ricky Barragan (Forks) 7-1.

132: Dean Enstad (Goldendale) d. Addison Harper (Port Townsend) 6-0; Dalton Gonzales (Castle Rock) d. Ian Cox (Jenkins, Chewelah) 11-2; Alex Aguilar (Omak) d. Dustin Veysey (La Center) 12-4; Matt McCallum (Kiona-Benton) d. Brady Rinard (Kalama) 13-3; Cutter Grahan (Forks) d. Grady Nelson (Colville) 12-6; Danny Barajas (Royal) d. Chris Ridner (Orting) 15-2; Cortes Hernandez (Zillah) p. Josh Sayler (Cascade Christian) :45; Kit Major (Riverside, Chattaroy) p. Jordan Colombo (Rochester) 1:18.

138: Shannon Maris (Orting) p. Kale Setzer (Kiona-Benton) :36: Jacob Schneider (Stevenson) d. Colyn Lindback (Colville) 5-3; Jacob James (Cashmere) d. Nathan Bell (White Salmon) 13-0; Sergio Sanchez (Zillah) tech. fall Kris Erdelbrock (Castle Rock) 17-0; Patrick Mayolo (La Center) p. Joey Allen (Riverside, Chattaroy) 5:45; Diego Hernandez (Zillah) d. J.J. Hansen (Meridian) 13-4; Zach Moser (Naches Valley) p. Dylan Thomas (Orting) 1:58; Trenton Welton (Colville) p. Dakota Chinnick (Elma) 2:41.

145: Mike Moniz (Orting) d. Laddie Goroski (Royal) 11-7; Lucas Eastman (Rochester) p. Juan Garcia (Chelan) 3:07; Pacer Said (Castle Rock) p. Sammy Trudeaux (Omak) 6:00; Robert Orozco (Connell) d. Derek Fruin (Onalaska) 11-2; Karl Bell (Stevenson) d. Tanner Smith (Colville) 9-7; Tyler Erme (Bellevue Christian) d. Shane McMurray (Zillah) 9-6; Abel Morales (Granger) d. Beau Gore (Orting) 14-3; Dalton Mudgett (Jenkins, Chewelah) d. Tyler Langford (Tenino) 10-5.

152: Dalton Evanger (Orting) d. Tucker Simonton (Columbia, Burbank) 8-0; Andrew Ledesma (Stevenson) d. Marcus Conley (Riverside, Chattaroy) 2-1; Russell Smith (Jenkins, Chewelah) p. Christian Gutierrez (Elma) 3:10; Omar Isiordia (Granger) d. Tom Odneal (Ilwaco) 4-0; Levi Godinho (Castle Rock) p. Julio Valencia (Colville) 3:58; Fabian Ruiz (Mabton) d. Tyler Warner (Nooksack) 15-2; Emilio Bustos (Royal) d. Canaan Elliott (Orting) 15-7; Taylor Glidewell (Freeman) d. Seth Risner (Castle Rock) 11-1.

160: Jesse O’Bryan (Nooksack) inj. def. Brandon Marquez (Mabton); Billy Poppie (Chelan) d. Layne Sutten (Elma) 16-4; Josh Judd (Lakeside, 9 Mile Falls) d, Logan Laney (Castle Rock) 9-6; Alex Myrick (Royal) p. Anthony Louthan (Montesano) 2:33; Alex McCrum (Stevenson) p. Alby Paz (Chelan) 3:14; Nolin Bare (Goldendale) p. Brandon Griffiths (Cascade Christian) :55; Zach Grimm (Columbia, Burbank) p. Jake Owen (Orting) 1:40; Chase Fuson (Lakeside, 9 Mile Falls) p. Clayton Farr (Ridgefield) 1:04.

170: Chandler Knight (Colville) p. Justin Roberts (Montesano) :28; Yarik Tyutyunnik (Riverview, Kennewick) p. Matt Maddux (Stevenson) 2:54; Braydon Ross (Goldendale) d. Levi Shipman (Castle Rock) 6-4; Dustin Crabtree (Riverside, Cchattaroy) d. Elliot Ellingsen (Vashon Island) 2-0; Cruz Del Angel (Kiona-Benton) p. Dalton Dougherty (Hoquiam) :54; Kevin Zettel (Cascade Christian) d. Adam Collins (Jenkins, Chewelah) 12-3; Clyde Sims (Cashmere) d. Shane Armstrong (Vashon Island) 6-4; Arnie Yoder (Toledo) 11-2.

182: Preston Morris (Vashon Island) d. Jack Yorgesen (Wahluke) 9-2; Koby Elf (Castle Rock) Hunter Lecaire (Colville) 13-10; Alex Cortez (Chelan) p. Collin Hornby (Rochester) 1:50; Damien Delarosa (Royal) p. Elliot Marcus (Ilwaco) 3:01; Anthony Heller (Elma) d. Nathan Conklin (Riverside, Chattaroy) 13-8; Tyler Yorgesen (Wahluke) tech. fall Brian Akers (Orting) 18-2; Stuart Stewart (Cle Elum-Roslyn) d. Dylan Kelly (Port Townsend) 12-6; Cole Schwartz (Chelan) p. Ben O’Brien (Montesano) 1:50.

195: Kurt Wilkins (Goldendale) p. Josh Hanley-Podoll (Jenkins, Chewlah) :54; Nick Harriman (Castle Rock) d. Jamison Rice (Orting) 16-15 3 OT; Josh McNeal (La Center) d. Joe Coller (Vashon Island) 8-1; Justin Hause (Lakeside, 9 Mile Falls) p. Greg Heinen (Connell) 5;33; James Reedy-Capp (Meridian) d. Blake Wargo (Montesano) 5-0; Dylan Green (Omak) d. Todd Riley (Kiona-Benton) 6-2; Asa Schwartz (Chelan) d. Abidan Duarte (Granger) 5-2; Joel Ward (Forks) d. Adam Hernandez (Ilwacco) 8-2.

220: Eli Curtsinger (Naches Valley) p. Cayle Diefenbach (Omak) 3:29; Marcus Carter (Stevenson) p. Anthony Sawyer (Vashon Island) 3:46; Bo Russell (Montesano) p. Matt King (Orting) 3:57; Dewey Bender (Riverside, Chattaroy) p. Dallon Grinder (Kiona-Benton) :37; Robert Easton (Vashon Island) p. Jesse Kwiatkowski (Elma) 2:56; Alberto Cruz (Wahluke) p. Teigan Glidewell (Freeman) 2:20; Cody Zyph (Kiona-Benton) d. Jose Aparacio (Chelan) 11-6; John White (Ridgefield) p. Zach Kimball (Tenino) 1:02.

285: Jeremiah Atkins (Zillah) d. Willy Dunn (Friday Harbor) 8-2; Avery Smetana (Freeman) d. Jake Claussen (Forks) 6-2; Luis Garcia (Chelan) p. Eugene Haynes (Forks) 1:47; Josh Aho (Zillah) p. Jake Massoth (Montesano) 1:35; Tory Peterson (Riverside, Chattaroy) p. Joseph Choi (Montesano) 1:40; Tyson Brook (Connell) p. Nick Bourassa (Nooksack) :46; Kyle Hall (Riverview, Kennewick) p. Louis Jovanovich (Vashon Island) 1:02; David Cutrell (Omak) p. Kyle Hurley (Castle Rock) :44.


106: Gallardo p. Ulland 1:27; Green tech. fall Cienfuegos 15-0; Almaguer p. Roberts 3:52; Tereza d. Ward 14-7.

113: Salcedo p. Gamino 2:45; Stedtfeld p. Booth 3:57; Dodson p. Judd 4:56; Almaguer d. Horton 6-0.

120: Tereza d. Klemann 9-7 OT; Morrison d. Rathjen 18-9; Crager d. Covington 9-2; Diaz p. Cclizbe 3:50.

126: Guerrero d. Miler 10-8; Garcia d. Dick 7-2; Templeman tech. fall Brown 18-2; Gonzales d. Sample 10-2.

132: Gonzales d. Enstad 5-0; McCallum d. Aguilar 9-2; Barajas d. Grahn 10-5; Major d. Hernandez 13-6.

138: Maris p. Schneider 1:42; Sanchez p. James 4:38; Mayolo p. Hernandez 1:48; Welton d. Moser 7-6.

145: Moniz d. Eastman 10-6; Said d. Orozco 3-1; Bell d. Erme 6-4 OT; Gore d. Mudgett 3-2.

152: Evanger tech. fall Ledesma 16-0; Smith d. Isiordia 12-10; Godinho p. Ruiz 3:59; Glidewell d. Bustos 7-5.

160: Poppie p. O’Bryan 1:40; Myrick d. Judd 8-3; Bare p. McCrum 4:15; Fuson d. Grimm 10-3.

170: Knight p. Tyutyunnik 1:34; Ross p. Crabtree 1:35; Del Angel d. Zettel 9-0; Yoder d. Sims 4-3.

182: Morris d. Elf 4-2; Delarosa d. Cortez 8-6 OT; Heller d. Yorgesen 16-3; Schwartz p. Stewart 1:44.

195: Wilkins p. Harriman :29; Hause p. McNeal :48; Green d. Reedy-Capp 6-2; Schwartz p. Ward 3:18.

220: Carter p. Curtsinger 4:42; Bender p. Russell 1:19; Easton p. Cruz 5:47; White d. Zyph 10-5.

285: Atkins d. Smetana 5-3; Aho d. Garcia 4-0; Brook tech. fall Peterson 16-1; Hall d. Cutrell 8-0.


106: Wilson d. Morales 7-2; Diaz p. Koenig 4:12; Saringan d. Dunn 9-4; Oviatt p. Kipling :53; Wilson d. Ward 4-0; Roberts d. Diaz 11-7 OT; Cienfuegos d. Saringan 10-2; Oviatt p. Ulland 3:39.

113: Gardner p. Reyes 4:24; Morales p. Evanger 2:04; Lopez p. Stocckfleth 2:51; Knight p. Brien :24; Horton d. Gardner 12-0; Judd d. Morales 4-2; Lopez d. Booth 4-3; Knight d. Gamino 10-0.

120: Buckley p. Contreras 2:30; Percifield p. Barragan 3:46; Hernandez d. Mars 12-0; Aitcheson p. Wood 2:25; Clizbe p. Buckley :59; Percifield d. Covington 6-5; Hernandez d. Rathjen 19-7; Klemann p. Aitcheson 4:34.

126: Stedtfeld d. Blankenship 10-3; Rodriguez d. Whittern 5-1; Mireles p. Heaton :53; Wetherell d. Barragan 3-1; Sample d. Stedtfeld 10-5; Rodriguez d. Brown 5-3 OT; Mireles d. Dick 7-5 OT; Miler d. Wetherell 7-5.

132: Cox p. Harper 4:44; Veysey d. Rinard 2-1 3OT; Nelson di. Ridner 5-4; Colombo d. Sayler 3-1 OT; Hernandez d. Cox 3-1; Grahn p. Veysey 2:45; Aguilar d. Nelson 4-0; Colombo d. Enstad 4-3.

138: Setzer d. Lindback 2-1; Erdelbrock d. Bell 6-2; Hansen d. Allen 1-0; Thomas d. Chinnick 7-1; Setzer inj. def. Moser; Hernandez d. Erdelbrock 4-0; James d. Hansen 6-2; Schneider d. Thomas 5-4.

145: Garcia d. Goroski 8-5; Fruin p. Trudeaux 2:37; McMurray d. Smith 16-4; Langford d. Morales 1-0; Mudgett p. Garcia 4:41; Fruin d. Erme 13-4; McMurray p. Orozco 4:33; Langford d. Eastman 3-2.

152: Conley won by DQ over Simonton; Odneal p. Gutierrez 1:39; Valencia p. Warner :33; Elliott p. Risner 2:21.

160: Marquez d. Sutten 7-4; Laney p. Louthan 4:22; Paz d. Griffiths 13-3; Farr d. Owen 7-1; Grimm d. Marquez 13-0; McCrum d. Laney 10-2; Paz d. Judd 13-1; Farr tech. fall O’Bryan 17-7.

170: Maddux d. Roberts 14-3; Shipman p. Ellingsen 3:00; Collins p. Dougherty 4:29; Armstrong p. Briggs 1:19; Maddux d. Sims 17-8; Shipman d. Zettel 4-3; Collins d. Crabtree 12-0; Tyutyunnik tech. fall Armstrong 17-2.

182: Lecaire p. Yorgesen 4:36; Hornby d. Marcus 12-10; Conklin d. Akers 6-0; O’Brien p. Kelly 2:45; Lecaire d. Stewart 13-7; Hornby d. Yorgesen 7-2; Cortez d. Conklin 15-5; O’Brien d. Elf 10-4.

195: Rice p. Chew 2:35; Heinen p. Coller :19; Riley d. Wargo 7-3; Duarte d. Hernandez 10-1; Rice d. Ward 7-4; Reedy-Capp d. Heinen 6-5; Riley d. McNeal 9-7 OT; Duarte p. Harriman 1:22.

220: Sawyer p. Diefenbach 4:39; Grinder d. King 8-2; Kwiatkowski d. Glidewell 5-4 3 OT; Aparicio p. Kimball 1:12; Zyph p. Sawyer 1:31; Cruz d. Grinder 12-11; Russell inj. def. Kwiatkowski; Curtsinger p. Aparicio 4:40.

285: Claussen d. Dunn 4-2; Haynes p. Massoth 2:17; Choi p. Bourassa 1:55; Jovanovich d. Hurley 10-0; Cutrell d. Claussen 10-6; Peterson d. Haynes 9-8; Garcia p. Choi 1:35; Smetana p. Jovanovicch :59.

Class B

First Round

106: Trent Skelton (Liberty Bell) p. Matty Carroll (Tacoma Baptist) 1:40; Taylor Woodruff (Liberty Bell) p. Nicholas Betrozoff (Willapa Valley) 1:34; Jose Paco Marin (Kittitas) p. Connor Nocis (Adna) 1:20; Justin Chantry (Selkirk) d. Jesus Dominguez (Warden) 5-2.

113: Blayne Edwards (Wahkiakum) d. Rodolfo Gonzales (Warden) 16-6; Brandon Medina (Brewster) p. Cheyenne Kudrin-Mello (Chief Leschi) 3:59; Tony Raupp (Winlock) p. Logan Weber (Kittitas) 3:54; Kain Feltwell (Liberty, Spangle) p. Joseph Pruneda (Warden) 4:36.

120: Ramses Rodelo (Warden) p. Jimmy Denis (Tacoma Baptist) 3:20; Tyler Osborn (Mary Walker) p. Luke Stacey (Wahkiakum) 2:49; Marco Bautista (Winlock) d. Clark Rabe (Northwest Christian) 13-6; Javier Tapia (Warden) p. Coltin Williams (Lake Roosevelt) 2:26.

126: Justin McMillan (Liberty Bell) p. Mason Mackey (Wahkiakum) 1:12; Cody Erickson (Liberty, Spangle) d. Alex Johnson (Wahkiakum) 6-0; Kodie Horn (Lake Roosevelt) p. Elijah Towery 1:40. J.P. Martinez (Warden) p. Noel Espinoza (Kittitas) 5:35.

132: Drew Angelus (Ocosta) d. J.D. Gallegos (Kittitas) 13-5; Nathan Sorci (Reardan) p. Brendan Nocis (Adna) 1:59; Ernesto Orozco (Warden) p. Spencer Hindsley (Concrete) 1:37; Seth Holden (Kittitas) d. Anfim Kalugin (Mary Walker) 5-4.

138: Keanu Niezwaag (Ritzville) d. Jimmy Garcia (La Conner) 7-1; Daniel Stauffer (Davenport) p. Brandon Burdick (Wahkiakum) :28; Jon Walling (Kittitas) p. Andrew Raupp (Winlock) 4:52; Orrin Gross (Lake Roosevelt) p. Oscar Roa (Brewster) 5:28.

145: Nick Perez (Oroville) p. Jorey Palmer (Ocosta) 3:58; Kaare Anderson (Reardan) d. Garrett Green (Darrington) 19-4; Jacob Moore (Pomeroy) p. Nate Cothren (Wahkiakum) 4:28; Kyle Kirkendall (Republic) d. Walter Harris (Northwest Christian) 18-3.

152: Kyle Delegard (Tacoma Baptist) d. Jonathan McMillan (Liberty Bell) 16-6; Charlie Eldred (Reardan) p. Chris O’Connor (Concrete) 2:39; Logan Zunker (Reardan) d. Kaleb Towery (North Beach) 11-1; Tanner Wallace (Kittitas) d. Ryan Smith-Slaymaker 6-2.

160: Waylen Anderson (Reardan) d. Dalton Zavala (La Conner) 14-6; Wyatt Jenkins (Pomeroy) d. Zach West (Napavine) 10-2; Alex Alvarez (Oroville) d. Forrest Thompson (Darrington) 16-5; Gunnar Doggett (Liberty Bell) d. Michael Haskins (Selkirk) 6-5.

170: Hector Camacho (Warden) p. Gus Randall (Winlock) 3:00; Garet Sax (Selkirk) d. Hunter Borden (Raymond) 6-3; Sean Waters (Lake Roosevelt) p. Cody Corn (Concrete) 1:51; Tory Knebel (Pomeroy) p. Shane Coleman (Liberty Bell) 1:49.

182: Ike Martinez (Reardan) d. Dane Camenzind (Raymond) 6-4; Jerry Reyes (Warden) d. Cameron Wischhusen (La Conner) 16-6; Levi Seylor (Lake Roosevelt) d. Matthew Boyes (Raymond) 8-2; Niko Knezovich (Reardan) p. Buck Prib (Liberty Bell) 1:28.

195: Tyler Vining (Kettle Falls) d. Michael Siperly (Adna) 12-0; Austin Reisdorph (Pomeroy) p. Darrin Springs (Darrington) :25; Adam Hansen (Warden) p. Tyler Reed (North Beach) 1:28; Dalton Ginter (Pateros) p. Phil Simms (Reardan) 1:52.

220: William Helman (Ocosta) p. Grayson Morris (Ritzville) 3:15; Jace Malek (Reardan) p. Steven Broom (Adna) :29; Mike Wymore (Pomeroy) p. Mark Bradley (Darrington) :34; Nate Sorensen (Kittitas) p. Rudy Martinez (Warden) 3:35.

285: Joe Crow (Raymond) d. Damon Dixon (Wilbur-Creston) 4-3; Matthew DeLeon (Warden) p. William Zeimantz (La Conner) :35: Jesse Billups (Almira-Coulee-Hartline) p. Gabe Miller (Reardan) 4:51.


106: Skelton d. Woodruff 12-8; Marin d. Chantry 4-3.

113: Edwards d. Medina 6-4; Feltwell d. Raupp 12-2.

120: Osborn p. Osborn 5:49; Tapia p. Bautista 1:53.

126: McMillan d. Erickson 4-2; Martinez p. Horn 1:16.

132: Sorci p. Angelus 4:46; Orozcoc d. Holden 4-2.

138: Stauffer d. Niezwaag 6-1; Gross d. Walling 10-5.

145: Perez d. Anderson 4-2; Kirkendall d. Moore 8-6.

152: Eldred d. Delegard 6-0; Wallace d. Zunker 4-2.

160: Jenkins d. Anderson 6-4; Doggett d. Alvarez 10-0.

170: Camacho d. Sax 15-2; Knebel p. Waters 1:00.

182: Reyes d. Martinez 8-4; Knezovich p. Seylor 3:53.

195: Riesdorph d. Vining 8-6; Ginter d. Hansen 6-4.

220: Malek p. Helman 1:00; Sorensen d. Wymore 2:54.

285: Deleon d. Crow 3-1; Billups p. Nee 3:34.


106: Carroll p. Betrozoff 1:30; Dominguez p. Nocis 2:10.

113: Kudrin-Mellow d. Gonzales 12-7; Weber d. Pruneda 9-0.

120: Denis d. Stacey 5-0; Rabe d. Williams 11-3.

126: Mackey d. Johnson 8-4; Espinoza p. Towery 1:28.

132: Gallegos p. Nocis 3:27; Kalugin d. Hindsley 14-0.

138: Garcia p. Burdick 4:34; Roa p. Raupp 4:59.

145: Palmer p. Green 2:44; Cothren d. Harris 6-5.

152: McMillan p. O’Connor :47; Smith-Slaymaker d. Towery 2-0.

160: Zavala d. West 14-6; Haskins d. Thompson 18-6.

170: Randall p. Borden 4:54; Coleman d. Corn 13-5.

182: Wischhusen d. Camenzind 1-0; Prib d. Boyes 6-3.

195: Siperly d. Springs 7-2; Reed d. Simms 11-7.

220: Morris p. Broom 4:09; Martinez d. Bradley 8-6.

285: Dixon p. Zeimantz :43; Miller p. Parker :37.

Girls (all classifications)

First Round

100: Deianeiera Caudle (Warden) p. Mireille Powers (Kelso) :59; Paige Joyce (Highline) p. Brittany Tabor (Sultan) 3:55; Julie Mata (Mariner) p. Jocelyne Garcia (Highline) 2:20; Isabella Silva-Pires (Centralia) p. Kaitlyn Johnson (White River) :46; Kendra Smith (Rogers, Puyallup) d. Laura Torrero (Mount Baker) 15-11; Kassi Cook (Kiona-Benton) d. Kassi Strano (Battle Ground) 7-3; Marizza Birrueta (Grandview) d. Isis Wadleigh (Timberline) 3-1; Justine Palabrica (Everett) p. Kim Mored (Federal Way) :59.

106: Adrian Carpio (Todd Beamer) p. Morgan Shirey (White River) 1:39; Emily Iverson (Sedro Woolley) p. Maritza Bravo (Centralia) 3:56; Julie Norvell (Newport, Bellevue) p. Taryn Lommasson (Camas) 1:09; Tori Zambrano (Othello) p. LaLaine Castro (Federal Way) :40; Savannah Phillips (Stanwood) tech. fall Quinn O’Bryant (Prairie) 17-1; Maevis Lawson (Bremerton) p. Elisa Garza (Othello) :38; Haley Franich (Puyallup) tech. fall Cynthia Ramirez (Quincy) 15-0; Rachel Archer (Winlock) p. Megan McMurrin (Sedro Woolley) 1:38.

112: Mary Ellen Gutierrez (Mabton) d. Lourdes Arelland (Battle Ground) 24-14; Lyndsey Barnhill (Kingston) d. Yubo Wakayo (Ingraham) 15-11; Bianca Arizpe (Federal Way) tech. fall Danielle Crawford (Granite Falls) 15-0; Kyra Batara (Mountain View) p. Victoria Pena (Federal Way) 1:48; Yodi Lawes (Bonney Lake) tech. fall Emilee Fenley (Concrete) 16-1; Monica Gamino (Elma) d. Melissa Vasquez (Warden) 12-5; Hailey Huerta (Centralia) d. Julissa Valenciano (Othello) 4-1; Casey Mather (Stanwood) d. Laura Dittell (Foss) 17-10.

118: Brenda DeLeon (Warden) p. Yuliya Dzhumaniyaz (Kelso) 5:22. Axa Molina (Federal Way) d. Jordyn Adams (Sedro Woolley) 6-4; Taylor Graham (Burlington-Edison) d. Ivy Rodolf (Kingston) 9-5; Tiffany Hu (Union) p. Bella Linvingston (North Kitsap) 1:25; Cassidy Meyers (Kentwood) tech. fall Olivia Adams (Blaine) 18-2; Mariana Alvarez (Royal) p. Rebecca Odegard (Montesano) 1:40; Sadie Boyle (Olympia) p. Rachael Coleck (East Valley, Spokane) 1:10; Aika Mitchell (Lakeside, Seattle) tech. fall Jenny Dittell (Foss) 16-0.

124: Jennifer Anderson (Emerald Ridge) p. Courtney Overcash (Bethel) :44; Rainey Pelzel (Centralia) d. Teri Hunter (Ingraham) 3-0; Haven Camden (Washougal) p. Brooke Dogett (Stanwood) 4:48; Tatum Sparks (Othello) p. Ashley Snyder (Tyee) 3:54; Katee Allen (Mount Vernon) p. Kelsey Jones (Winlock) :56; Miexy Gonzales (Warden) p. Kaylee Ditlefsen (Sequim) 1:01; Jesenia Meza (Mabton) p. Abby Chufar (Lindbergh) :25; McKenna Emmert (Kelso) d. Dani Mata (Mount Baker) 2-1.

130: Colleen Reynolds (Kelso) p. Emily Birdseye (Highline) 1:13; Abby Elizondo (Sunnyside) p. Megan Young (Mount Baker) 1:05; Kara Ebergson (Squalicum) p. Mariam Barajas (Wahluke) 3:-5; Jamilah Ahmath (Rochester) p. Caeleenda Johnson (Spanaway Lake) 1:03; Kourtney Browning (Naches Valley) d. Allison Lawten (Lakewood) 7-1; Danielle Volk (Fife) p. Erin Locke (Washougal) 4:29; Danielle Higgins (Mountain View) p. Ashley Shatto (Rogers, Puyallup) 1:01; Jessie Kaech (Sedro Woolley) p. Julie Wilson (Vashon Island) :32.

137: Amberlee Brasch (South Kitsap) p. Hannah Vanosdel (Battle Ground) 3:50; Ruthie Karlberg (Stanwood) d. Ashley Martinez (Warden) 11-2; Lacy Cannon (Mount Baker) p. Phelicia Perez (Othello) :29; Katrynia Todd (Auburn) d. Samantha Schoene (Columbia River) 15-3; Allesha Reyes (Othello) p. Joanna Moreira (Liberty, Issaquah) 4:56; Vanessa Dixon (Todd Beamer) d. Charlene Carrell (Elma) 8-2; Chevelle Woodard (Rogers, Puyallup) d. Mykal Baron (Kelso) 6-5; Chloe Gardner (Nooksack Valley) p. Isabella Kasabiti (Kent Meridian) 3:04.

145: Aneissa Gonzales (Warden) p. Brooke Peterson (Forks) 3:39; Kara Alden (Skyline) p. Danielle Cormier (Enumclaw) 2:50; Luapou Lologo (Federal Way) p. Kendall Stafford (Sedro Woolley) 1:37; Stephanie Simon (Evergreen, Vancouver) p. Katie Bond (Emerald Ridge) 1:33; Lateah Holmes (Fife) p. Shelby Burress (Burlington-Edison) 2:33; Cherisse Jackson (Taholah) tech. fall Janet Carillo (Brewster) 16-1; Alejandra Rodriguez (Granger) p. Julia Arnold (Elma) 5:18; Jennifer Fremd (Oak Harbor) p. Angelica Vashchenko (Franklin Pierce) 1:45.

155: Kiaya Van Scoyoc (Lakes) p. Logann Erksine (Enumclaw) 2:57; Chandra Ragsac (Capital) p. Rachel Hollinsworth (Mount Baker) 3:00; Sam King (Hoquim) p. Kehla Grow (Lake Stevens) :42; Desiree Harms (West Valley, Spokane) d. Dylan Fagan (White River) 4:33; Haylee Rabenstein (Sedro Woolley) d. Victoria Carlson (Battle Ground) 5-2; Ezzy Martinez (Curtis), p. Alexys Jolley (Warden) 4:57; Madison Thackara (Fife) p. Vivian Bazan (Quincy) 1:39; Hanna Baron (Kelso) p. Kaela Piehler (Mount Baker) 3:36.

170: Mikaela Kilcup (White River) p. Glenish Sotomayor (Clover Park) :33; Melissa Starheim (Burlington-Edison) d. Jen Beach (Kelso) 7-5; Marissa Veliz (Lynden) p. Alexandra Selleck (Kent Meridian) 6:55; Felisha Orozco (Connell) p. Heaven Hamilton (Kent Meridian) 5:44; Kamree Allen (Mount Vernon) d. Morgan Michels (Yelm) 11-3; Elizabeth Paterson (Enumclaw) p. Jessica Cardenas (Sunnyside) 2:55; Imani Hampton (Emerald Ridge) d. Yolanda Alfaro (Connell) 11-0; Tonie Edwards (Yelm) p. Brittany Johnston (Oak Harbor) 3:03.

195: Samantha Mitchell (White River) p. Susanna Sylstad (Franklin Pierce) 1:23; Alesha Cuny (Lynden) p. Robin Howe (Yelm) 1:13; Mixtly Simon (Battle Ground) p. Shelbi Lind (Mount Vernon) 1:16; Sophia Munoz (Highline) p. Vivian Guzman (Brewster) 5:44; Aysha Schwinden (Mount Baker) d. Rebekah Moreno (Kelso) 1:09; Beverly Coleman (Bethel) p. Tianna Billups (Almira-Coulee-Hartline) 1:06; Jasmine Tuilaepa (Puyallup) p. Nykia Mariscal (Brewster) :32; Ryan Gibbons (Centralia) p. Dellisha Hodges (Burlington-Edison) 1:20.

265: Andrea Contreras (Warden) bye; Luisa Garcia (Lynden) p. Kimiko Misioka (Fife) 2:36; Susie Molioo (Bellingham) p. Kamy Padgett (White River) :58; Rose Eram (Mountain View) p. Samantha Lanting (Enumclaw) 3:16; K.C. Moulden (Enumclaw) p. Angela Mendez (Mount Baker) :49; Fatima Barajas (Wahluke) p. Dawna Chase (Forks) 1:11; Haille Llewellyn (Yelm) p. Jennifer Aznaran (Wahluke) 2:53; Laura Charboneau (Stanwood) p. Cherelle Jackson (Spanaway Lake) 1:20.


100: Caudle p. Joyce 2:42; Silva-Pires d. Mata 12-8; Cook p. Smith 3:13; Palabrica d. Birrueta 8-6.

106: Carpio p. Iverson 3:27; Norvell p. Zambrano :54; Lawson d. Phillips 6-1; Archer p. Franich 1:21.

112: Gutierrez d. Barnhill 9-7; Batara d. Arizpe 5-1; Lawes p. Gamino 3:50; Mather p. Huerta 4:50.

118: Molina p. Deleon 4:45; Graham d. Hu 8-4; Meyers p. Alvarez 3:45; Mitchell d. Boyle 10-0.

124: Anderson p. Pelzel 1:20; Sparks d. Camden 15-6; Allen p. Gonzales 5:46; Emmert d. Meza 6-2.

130: Elizondo d. Reynolds 9-3; Ebergson d. Ahmath 7-5; Browning p. Volk 5:10; Kaech p. Higgins 3:54.

137: Brasch d. Karlberg 4-0; Todd d. Cannon 6-1; Reyes p. Dixon 1:06; Gardner d. Woodard 5:38.

145: Alden p. Gonzales 2:35; Simon d. Lologo 17-7; Holmes p. Jackson 3:05; Fremd d. Rodriguez 7-2.

155: Van Scoyoc p. Ragsac 3;26; Harms p. King 5:03; Rabenstein p. Martinez 1:56; Thackara d. Baron 6-0.

170: Kilcup p. Starheim 2:12; Orozco d. Veliz 8-4; Allen d. Paterson 13-1; Hampton d. Edwards 9-8.

195: Mitchell d. Cuny 9-8; Simon p. Munoz 1:18; Schwinden p. Coleman 4:25; Gibbons p. Tuilaepa 3:41.

265: Garcia p. Contreras 1:03; Molioo p. Eram :39; Moulden p. Barajas 1:03; Charboneau p. Llewellyn 1:37.


100: Powers d. Tabor 9-1; Garcia d. Johnson 12-8; Strano D. Torrero 7-0; Wadleigh p. Mored 2:59; Birrueta p. Powers 2:07; Smith tech. fall Garcia 17-2; Strano d. Mata 6-4; Wadleigh p. Joyce 1:25.

106: Bravo d. Shirey 4-1; Castro inj. def. Lommasson; Obryant p. Garza 3:53; McMurrin p. Ramirez 2:53; Franich d. Bravo 11-0; Phillips p. Castro 1:12; Obryant p. Zambrano 2:09; Iverson d. McMurrin 10-7.

112: Wakayo d. Arellano 15-2; Pena d. Crawford 7-6; Vasquez p. Fenley 1:22; Dittell tech. fall Valenciano 27-12; Wakayo p. Huerta 2:32; Pena p. Gamino 1:37; Arizpe d. Vasquez 9-5; Barnhill d. Dittell 10-7.

118: Adams p. Dzhumaniyaz 3:30; Rodolf p. Livingston :39; Adams d. Odegard 6-4 OT; Coleck d. Dittell 4-1; Adams p. Boyle 1:24; Alvarez p. Rodolf 1:48; Hu p. Adams 2:04; Deleon p. Coleck 1:47.

124: Hunter p. Overcash 2:48; Snyder d. Dogett 4-2 OT; Jones p. Dietlefsen 3:54; Mata d. Chufar 14-3; Meza d. Hunter 12-3; Gonzales p. Snyder 4:48; Camden p. Jones 4:36; Mata d. Pelzel 7-4.

130: Young p. Birdseye 1:20; Johnson p. Barajas :41; Locke d. Lawten 7-5; Shatto p. Wilson 4:37; Young p. Higgins 2:23; Volk p. Johnson 3:39; Locke p. Ahmath :47; Reynolds d. Shatto 3-0.

137: Vanolsdel d. Martinez 6-0; Schoene p. Perez 4:07; Moreira inj. def. Carrell; Baron d. Kasabiti 8-0; Woodard tech. fall Vanosdel 16-0; Dixon p. Schoene 4:16; Cannon d. Moreira 2-0; Baron p. Karlberg 2:34.

145: Cormier p. Peterson 1:42; Bond p. Stafford 2:56; Carillo p. Burress 1:30; Arnold p. Vashchenko 4:53.Cormier d. Rodriguez 12-4; Bond d. Jackson 6-3; Lologo p. Carillo 3:40; Arnold d. Gonzales 8-4.

155: Hollinsworth p. Erksine 4:25; Fagan p. Grow 2:29; Carlson d. Jolley 4-2; Piehler p. Bazan 1:45; Baron p. Hollinsworth 1:51; Fagan p. Martinez :50; King d. Carlson 9-6; Piehler p. Ragsac :19.

170: Beach p. Sotomayor 1:55; Selleck d. Hamilton 6-0; Michels d. Cardenas 6-4; Johnston p. Alfaro :24; Edwards p. Beach 1:48; Paterson p. Selleck 1;22; Veliz d. Michels 4-3; Starheim p. Johnston 2:41.

195: Howe p. Sylstad :54; Guzman p. Lind 1:49; Moreno p. Billups 2:50; Mariscal inj. def. Hodges; Howe p. Tuilaepa 2:12; Coleman p. Guzman 2:27; Moreno d. Munoz 7-2; Mariscal inj. def. Cuny.

265: Misioka, bye; Padgett p. Lanting 3:33; Chase p. Mendez 2:51; Jackson p. Aznaran :52; Misioka d. Llewellyn 9-2; Padgett p. Barajas 1:15; Eram p. Chase 3:18; Jackson p. Contreras 2:41.


Unruly fans face ouster from NFC Championship

January 20, 2012 by  

The Associated Press

SAN FRANCISCO — Don’t yell obscenities, don’t flip the bird — and don’t even think about insulting anyone’s mother.

The San Francisco 49ers and the NFL have adopted extraordinary security measures for Sunday’s NFC championship against the New York Giants after New Orleans Saints fans complained of harassment by unruly 49ers faithful last week.

Undercover police will be dressed in Giants’ garb and on the lookout for nasty fans. Giants ticketholders will be handed a card as they enter Candlestick Park with details on how to contact police if they feel threatened. And more security cameras and undercover police officers will be in place to identify abusive fans.

Season ticketholders have also been warned to follow the NFL Fan Code of Conduct: no foul or abusive language or obscene gestures and no verbal or physical abuse of opposing team fans.

The nail-biting 36-32 win last Saturday for the 49ers was the team’s first playoff game in nine years, and a raucous crowd was on hand to enjoy the victory at the expense of the Saints.

“I apologize for any rudeness that may have happened,” San Francisco 49ers president and CEO Jed York said. “I think you saw 49ers fans who were very excited about hosting a playoff game for the first time in a long time.”

Those fans were so excited that they ruined the day for a shaken Don Moses and his two teenage daughters. Moses, a longtime Bay Area resident who is from New Orleans, said they were wearing the Saints colors and prepared for some good-natured ribbing.

Instead, he tells a horror story of fear and humiliation when his daughters asked him why he didn’t do anything to stop the hulking 49ers fans who yelled vulgarities and threw footballs at them, screamed in their faces and called their mother a whore.

“The hostility and threats of violence were a constant throughout our experience,” Moses said in a letter to the San Francisco Chronicle, one that launched some soul-searching by city officials and led to some 49ers fans to apologize on behalf of their city.

“Every other word from dozens of fans around us was an f-bomb shouted at the top of their lungs,” Moses said. “There were seven or eight large 30- to 35-year-old guys directly behind us who cursed and threatened us the entire game.” He turned to ask them to tone it down in front of his girls and they yelled: “Do not turn around again! Do not ever turn around again.”

He was afraid that if the fans saw him calling or texting security, the men would harm his daughters.

“Every 49ers fan, the team and its owners should be ashamed and embarrassed to wear the red and gold today,” Moses wrote in the letter published Tuesday. “They won the game but are losers in every other way.”

NFL security director Jeff Miller told the AP that if the security cameras or undercover police catch such abusive behavior by fans on Sunday, they will be yanked from the stadium.

“We’ll be looking early on to identify people trying to do those things in the parking areas and take action to remove them,” said Miller, who will be at the game. “We’re not going to be warning people inside the stadium. They will be removed.”

Authorities are already sensitive about the heartbreaking case of Brian Stow, a paramedic and San Francisco Giants fan who suffered a traumatic brain injury after a beating by two men dressed in Dodgers gear following the home opener against the Giants in Los Angeles on March 31. Medical care for Stow is expected to cost as much as $50 million and the father of two has sued the Dodgers.

Tailgating after kickoff already has been banned from the parking lot at Candlestick Park under security measures introduced after two shootings, a beating and fights broke out during an Aug. 20 pre-season game with across-the-bay rivals Oakland Raiders.

San Francisco Police Chief Greg Suhr said he heard first-hand how Saints fans were treated last Saturday when he gave three of them a lift from the stadium back into the city after the game. They gave him an earful about how badly they’d been belittled.

“We’re all native San Franciscans and, you know, that’s not the way we want to represent the team and the city,” Suhr said.

He said Mayor Ed Lee instructed him to do whatever it takes to make Giants fans feel safe.

Police officers and team personnel at the ticket gates will be welcoming them with cards that tell them how to contact police.

The 49ers also purchased Giants attire for undercover police officers.

“They’ll be seated around the stadium as decoys, if you will, trying to draw out the obnoxious fans and they will be removed immediately,” he said.

Then there are the lights.

A good portion of the game will be played under the same stadium lights that blacked out and delayed the nationally televised Monday Night Football game between the 49ers and the Pittsburgh Steelers on Dec. 19.

The city and the Pacific Gas & Electric Co. insist there won’t be an embarrassing repeat of the two blackouts at the 51-year-old stadium, which had prompted the mayor to call the night a “national embarrassment.”

PG&E spokesman Joe Molica is confident the nearly $1 million in upgrades to the park by the electric utility and the city will prove the old bayside stadium proud.

He said the wire for the electrical circuit that serves the park has been replaced with more than a mile and a half of new wire that is resistant to contact and carries three times the electrical load. A new computer system allows workers to better monitor the circuit.

The command center at the stadium has conducted a string of tests simulating the Dec. 19 blackout and everything tested well.

Will Molica be holding his breath on Sunday about another blackout?

No, he said, “I’ll be holding my breath for the 49ers to win.”

• AP Sports Writer Janie McCauley contributed to this report from Santa Clara, Calif.

1/19/12 AP state prep basketball poll

January 18, 2012 by  


Class 4A
School    Record    Points    Last    Week
1. Bellarmine Prep (9)    12-1    90    1
2. Davis    11-2    81    2
3. Skyline    12-3    72    3
4. Union    10-3    58    5
5. Snohomish    12-2    49    8
T6. Redmond    11-3    35    10
T6. Garfield    9-4    35    7
8. Central Valley    9-3    31    NR
9. Gonzaga Prep    8-4    10    NR
10. Kent Meridian    10-5    8    NR
Others receiving votes: Lewis and Clark 6. Curtis 6. Edmonds-Woodway 4. Olympia 3. Ferris 2. Issaquah 2. Bothell 2. Mt. Rainier 1.

Class 3A
School    Record    Points    Last    Week
1. Rainier Beach (9)    13-1    90    1
2. Kamiakin    13-0    81    3
3. Mountlake Terrace    14-0    70    4
4. Seattle Prep    12-2    65    5
5. University    9-3    41    6
6. Lincoln    11-3    39    2
7. Columbia River    12-3    24    T9
8. Foss    13-3    14    8
9. Wilson, Woodrow    11-2    13    NR
10. Franklin    12-3    11    NR
Others receiving votes: Lakes 11. Kennewick 8. Kennedy 6. Bellevue 6. Shadle Park 4. Lake Washington 4. Ferndale 3. Sammamish 3. Mountain View 2.

Class 2A
School    Record    Points    Last    Week
 1. Lynden (5)    12-2    85    3
 2. Pullman (3)    13-2    82    4
 3. Clover Park (1)    11-3    68    1
 4. Squalicum    11-2    61    2
 5. Sehome    11-2    50    7
 6. Sumner    13-2    49    6
 7. West Valley (Spokane)    12-1    32    9
 8. Toppenish    10-2    17    NR
 9. White River    11-4    14    NR
10. Ellensburg    9-3    11    5
Others receiving votes: North Thurston 9. Mark Morris 6. Kingston 5. Sequim 2. Tumwater 2. Clarkston 1. River Ridge 1.

Class 1A
School    Points    Last    Week
1. Cashmere (2)    76    5
2. Naches Valley (5)    68    3
3. Bellevue Christian    65    2
T4. Lynden Christian (2)    62    4
T4. Granger    62    1
6. King’s    45    6
7. Zillah    34    10
8. Okanogan    31    T7
9. Toledo    29    T7
10. Freeman    6    NR
Others receiving votes: Kiona Benton 4. Newport 4. Seattle Christian 3. Seattle Academy 2. Life Christian Academy 2. Meridian 1. Chewelah (Jenkins) 1.

Class 2B
School    Points    Last    Week
1. Northwest Christian (Colbert) (8)    80    1
2. Bear Creek School    67    3
T3. Adna    56    2
T3. White Swan    56    4
5. Dayton    43    5
6. LaConner    42    6
7. Toutle Lake    33    7
8. Colfax    16    9
9. Davenport    15    8
10. Wahkiakum    12    10
Others receiving votes: Napavine 9. Lake Roosevelt 5. Raymond 4. Riverside Christian 2.

Class 1B
School    Points    Last    Week
1. Colton (7)    79    1
2. Valley Christian    68    3
3. Moses Lake Christian Academy    62    4
4. Almira Coulee-Hartline (1)    55    2
5. Sunnyside Christian    50    5
Others receiving votes: Lummi 6.


Class 4A
School    Record    Points    Last    Week
1. Central Valley (8)    12-0    80    2
2. Mt. Rainier    14-0    71    1
3. Lake Stevens    14-0    65    3
4. Woodinville    13-1    56    4
5. Stanwood    13-1    46    5
6. Skyview    11-2    35    7
6. Jackson    13-2    35    6
8. Emerald Ridge    12-1    21    8
9. Gonzaga Prep    10-2    16    NR
10. Auburn Riverside    12-1    14    9
Others receiving votes: South Kitsap 1.

Class 3A
School    Record    Points    Last    Week
 1. Prairie (6)    13-1    78    1
 2. Kamiakin (2)    13-0    74    2
 3. Cleveland    12-2    61    T3
 4. Auburn Mountainview    12-3    55    T3
 5. Holy Names    10-1    46    5
 6. Wilson, Woodrow    10-2    39    6
 7. Seattle Prep    11-3    31    8
 8. University    9-3    29    7
 9. Juanita    12-2    18    9
10. Shorecrest    11-2    7    10
Others receiving votes: Camas 1. Eastmont 1.

Class 2A
School    Record    Points    Last    Week
 1. White River    14-1    72    2
 2. East Valley (Yakima) (7)    13-0    70    1
 3. Clarkston    12-1    58    3
 4. W. F. West    13-1    57    4
 5. Burlington-Edison    12-2    49    5
 6. Lynden    11-3    43    6
 7. Wapato    11-1    27    7
 8. Sehome    11-3    18    9
 9. North Thurston    11-2    17    NR
10. East Valley (Spokane) (1)    8-5    10    NR
Others receiving votes: River Ridge 5. Mark Morris 5. Black Hills 4. Blaine 2. Archbishop Murphy 2. Deer Park 1.

Class 1A
School    Points    Last    Week
 1. Freeman (8)    80    1
 2. Cashmere    71    2
 3. Cascade Christian    64    3
 4. La Salle    55    4
 5. King’s    48    5
 6. Elma    39    6
 7. Castle Rock    31    7
 8. Granger    25    8
 9. Okanogan    15    9
10. Connell    6    NR
Others receiving votes: Stevenson 3. Tenino 1. Onalaska 1. Newport 1.

Class 2B
School    Points    Last    Week
 1. Reardan (7)    70    1
 2. Napavine    60    2
 3. Brewster    58    3
 4. White Swan    41    T6
 5. Northwest Christian (Colbert)    36    5
 6. Lake Roosevelt    33    T6
 7. North Beach    29    8
 8. Adna    28    4
 9. Pe Ell    13    10
10. Colfax    12    9
Others receiving votes: Riverside Christian 4. Darrington 1.

Class 1B
School    Points    Last    Week
 1. Colton (7)    70    1
 2. Sunnyside Christian    62    2
 3. Columbia (Hunters)    57    3
 4. Rosalia    44    5
 5. Almira Coulee-Hartline    34    4
Others receiving votes: Neah Bay 7. Tekoa-Oakesdale 6.

More info on the Associated Press’ sports stories of the year

December 20, 2011 by  

NEW YORK — The ouster of one of America’s most revered coaches, Penn State’s Joe Paterno, after shocking child sex abuse charges against his former assistant was overwhelmingly voted the sports story of the year by members of The Associated Press.

On the morning of Nov. 5, Paterno’s Nittany Lions were undefeated in the Big Ten and ranked No. 16 in the country, and the 84-year-old Hall of Famer was renowned as the winningest coach in Division I football, a leader who preached and practiced “Success with Honor.” Then came the staggering revelations: the indictment of longtime defensive coordinator Jerry Sandusky for allegedly sexually assaulting eight boys over a 15-year span, perjury charges against two high-ranking school administrators — and a grand jury report that suggested Paterno knew of accusations against Sandusky and did not do enough to pursue them.

Within four days, Penn State’s board of trustees had done the once-unthinkable, firing JoePa after 46 seasons as head coach.

There were 214 ballots submitted from U.S. news organizations that make up the AP’s membership. The voters were asked to rank the top 10 sports stories of the year, with the first-place story getting 10 points, the second-place story receiving nine points, and so on.

The Penn State saga received 2,044 points and 172 first-place votes. It was also voted the No. 6 news story for 2011 in the AP’s annual poll of U.S. editors and news directors.

The No. 2 sports story — labor strife in the NFL and NBA — had 15 first-place votes and 1,345 points.

The turmoil that at times seemed to rock college sports on a weekly basis this year was evident in the voting beyond the Penn State selection. Three more of the top 10 stories involved upheaval in the NCAA: conference realignment (No. 4); the Ohio State infractions that cost Jim Tressel his job (No. 6); and more sex abuse accusations, these involving Syracuse basketball (No. 9).

Tiger Woods’ humbling return to the public eye was the top story last year.

Here are 2011’s top 10 stories:

1. PENN STATE: Paterno said in a statement Nov. 9, “It is one of the great sorrows of my life. With the benefit of hindsight, I wish I had done more,” and that he would retire at the end of the season. It wasn’t enough to quell the rising outrage that he didn’t go to the police after then-graduate assistant Mike McQueary told him in 2002 about witnessing an apparent assault. By the night of Nov. 9, Paterno was out, and so was Penn State President Graham Spanier. As 2011 comes to a close, athletic director Tim Curley, who was placed on leave, and since-retired university vice president Gary Schultz await trial, and Sandusky faces additional charges. Paterno revealed Nov. 18 he had been diagnosed with a treatable form of lung cancer. The Nittany Lions play Houston in the TicketCity Bowl on Jan. 2.

2. NFL/NBA LOCKOUTS: “Millionaires vs. billionaires” was often fans’ reaction to the labor woes that struck the NFL and NBA this year. Football’s work stoppage lasted 4 1/2 months before an agreement was signed Aug. 5; it cost the league just one preseason game. Fans have quickly forgiven the owners and players based on ticket sales and television ratings. Basketball’s dragged on for more than five months and wiped out 16 games of the normal 82-game schedule. The fallout won’t be clear until the season begins on Christmas.

3. PACKERS WIN: Aaron Rodgers and Green Bay are shining and well out of Brett Favre’s shadow. The injury-ravaged Packers barely made the playoffs as a No. 6 seed last season, then won three road games to reach the Super Bowl, where they beat the Pittsburgh Steelers 31-25 in February. They kept right on winning into the 2011 season, rolling to a 13-0 start led by play from their quarterback almost as perfect as their record, until an upset loss to the Chiefs.

4. CONFERENCE REALIGNMENT: San Diego State in the Big East? Another dizzying round of college conference hopping made a mockery of geography. Texas A&M bolted the Big 12 for the SEC in September — likely ending its more than century-old rivalry with Texas — which set off the dominoes. Missouri followed the Aggies to the SEC. The Big East lost Syracuse and Pittsburgh to the ACC and West Virginia and TCU to the Big 12, then regrouped by adding some hardly Eastern schools: Boise State, San Diego State, Houston, SMU.

5. CARDINALS WIN: St. Louis trailed in the wild-card race by 10 1/2 games in late August but rallied to clinch a playoff berth on the season’s final day. The Cardinals’ comeback in the World Series might have been even more remarkable. They were twice down to their final strike in Game 6 against the Texas Rangers, who were up by two runs in the ninth and 10th innings. St. Louis won it on David Freese’s home run in the 11th before clinching the championship in Game 7. Manager Tony La Russa retired after the victory parade.

6. OHIO STATE: The Buckeyes beat Arkansas 31-26 on Jan. 4 in the Sugar Bowl with five players allowed to take part even though they were suspended for the first five games of the 2011 season for NCAA infractions. Ohio State would soon have far bigger problems. The school learned that month that Jim Tressel, who coached the Buckeyes to their first national title in 34 years, long knew about the transgressions and had violated NCAA rules by not reporting them. On May 30, he finally resigned under pressure. After a 6-6 season, Ohio State replaced Tressel with somebody who’s won two national championships: former Florida coach Urban Meyer.

7. MAVERICKS WIN: Five years after blowing a series lead in the NBA finals to the Heat, Dallas and Dirk Nowitzki got revenge and redemption against Miami. The Mavs picked up fans around the country by beating the Heat, suddenly everybody’s favorite team to hate with the nucleus of LeBron James, Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh. After Dallas won in six games, Dirk finally got his title — while LeBron still seeks his.

8. WHELDON DIES: Two-time Indianapolis 500 winner Dan Wheldon was killed Oct. 16 during IndyCar’s season finale in Las Vegas in a fiery 15-car crash. The 33-year-old Brit won Indy this year in one of just three starts during the season as he searched for sponsorship. Wheldon was chasing a $5 million incentive in Las Vegas, and IndyCar is still answering questions about whether the race was excessively dangerous.

9. SYRACUSE: Less than two weeks after the Sandusky charges, ESPN reported that two former Syracuse ball boys accused longtime men’s basketball assistant coach Bernie Fine of molesting them. Then, on Nov. 27, Fine was fired after the network aired a tape in which a woman it identified as Fine’s wife tells one of the men, Bobby Davis, she knew “everything” that was going on. Fine has not been charged, and a federal investigation is ongoing.

10. WOMEN’S WORLD CUP: Their country devastated by a tsunami and earthquake, Japan’s soccer players vowed they would inspire their homeland. They did it with an improbable victory in the final, rallying from a goal down late in regulation and again in overtime against the favored Americans to force penalty kicks, which they won 3-1. The Japanese also upset host Germany in the quarterfinals.

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NBA, players reach tentative agreement

November 26, 2011 by  

NEW YORK — NBA owners and players reached a tentative agreement early Saturday to end the 149-day lockout.

After a secret meeting earlier this week, the sides met for more than 15 hours Friday, working to try to save the season. This handshake deal, however, still must be ratified by both owners and players.

“We’ve reached a tentative understanding that is subject to a variety of approvals and very complex machinations, but we’re optimistic that will all come to pass and that the NBA season will begin Dec. 25,” Commissioner David Stern said.

The league plans a 66-game season and aims to open camps Dec. 9.

“We thought it was in both of our best interests to try to reach a resolution and save the game,” union executive director Billy Hunter said.

The Christmas Day deadline created a sense of urgency because that schedule is traditionally a showcase for the league. This season’s three-game slate was to include Miami at Dallas in an NBA finals rematch, plus MVP Derrick Rose leading Chicago into Los Angeles to face Kobe Bryant and the Lakers.

A majority on each side is needed to approve the agreement. The NBA needs votes from 15 of 29 owners. (The league owns the New Orleans Hornets.) Stern said the labor committee plans to discuss the agreement later Saturday and expects them to endorse it and recommend to the full board.

The union needs a simple majority of its 430-plus members. That process is a bit more complicated after the players dissolved the union Nov. 14. Now, they must drop their antitrust lawsuit in Minnesota and reform the union before voting on the deal.

Because the union disbanded, a new collective bargaining agreement can only be completed once the union has reformed. Drug testing and other issues still must be negotiated between the league and the players.

The settlement first was reported by CBSSports.com.

Participating in the talks for the league were Stern, deputy commissioner Adam Silver, Spurs owner Peter Holt, the chairman of the labor relations committee, and attorneys Rick Buchanan and Dan Rube. The players were represented by executive director Billy Hunter, president Derek Fisher, vice president Maurice Evans, attorney Ron Klempner and economist Kevin Murphy.

When last talks broke down, the sides were still divided over the division of revenues and certain changes sought by owners to curb spending by big-market teams that players felt would limit or restrict their options in free agency.

On Nov. 14, players rejected the owners’ proposal, which included opening a 72-game schedule on Dec. 15, announcing instead they were disbanding the union, giving them a chance to win several billion dollars in triple damages in an antitrust lawsuit.

Two days later, players filed two separate antitrust lawsuits against the league in two different states. On Monday, a group of named plaintiffs including Carmelo Anthony, Steve Nash and Kevin Durant filed an amended federal lawsuit against the league in Minnesota, hoping the courts there will be as favorable to them as they have been to NFL players in the past.

Now, players will dismiss that lawsuit and get back to the business of basketball.

The previous CBA expired at the end of the day June 30. Despite a series of meetings in June, there was never much hope of a deal before that deadline, with owners wanting significant changes after saying they lost $300 million last season and hundreds of millions more in each year of the old agreement, which was ratified in 2005.

Owners wanted to keep more of the league’s nearly $4 billion in basketball revenues to themselves after guaranteeing 57 percent to the players under the old deal. And they sought a system where even the smallest-market clubs could compete, believing the current system would always favor the teams who could spend the most.

Initially, the salary cap emerged as the biggest obstacle. Owners first proposed a hard cap, but players fought hard to maintain the current system that allows teams to exceed the cap through the use of various exceptions.

The league was adamant the system needed some adjustment, because the old rules gave too many advantages to teams who could afford to keep adding to their payrolls. So the league’s proposals targeted the highest-spending teams, seeking to eliminate the use of the midlevel exception by teams over the luxury tax and prevent them from participating in sign-and-trade deals.

Stewart rallies for Sprint Cup title

November 20, 2011 by  

HOMESTEAD, Fla. — Tony Stewart insisted he wasn’t a title contender when NASCAR’s championship race began.

When it became clear he actually was a viable threat, he kicked it into another gear and vowed to go for broke in his pursuit of Carl Edwards.

Did he ever.

Stewart used a powerful and relentless drive — some might suggest the best in NASCAR history — on Sunday in the season finale to seize his third NASCAR championship. He overcame a hole in the grill of his Chevrolet, a rain delay, used debatable fuel strategy and made 116 passes on the track to win at Homestead-Miami Speedway.

Edwards led the most laps — 119 of the 267 — but finished a helpless second. The two ended up tied in the final Sprint Cup points standings, but Stewart’s five victories — all in the chase — to Edwards’ one gave him the championship.

Stewart became the first owner/driver to win the championship since the late Alan Kulwicki in 1992, and the driver to end Jimmie Johnson’s record five-year title run.

“Are you kidding me?” Stewart asked in Victory Lane. “We said all week we’d just go out and win the race and didn’t have to worry about what he did. If this doesn’t go down as one of the greatest championship battles in history, I don’t know what will.”

If this doesn’t go down as one of the greatest championship battles in history, I don’t know what is.”

Edwards was disappointed but held his head high after the race.

“This night is about Tony Stewart. Those guys rose to the occasion and they beat us fair and square,” Edwards said. “That is all I had. We came here and sat on the pole, led the most laps and Tony still managed. That’s it. That’s all I got at the end. That’s as hard as I can drive.

“I told my wife, ‘If I can’t win this thing, I’m going to be the best loser NASCAR has ever had.’ So, I’m going to try really hard to keep my head up and know that we’ll just go next year and we’ll be just as hard to beat.”

The weekend’s top photos

October 31, 2011 by  

YAKIMA, Wash. — A look at some of the best photos by Associated Press photographers from the past weekend.

Auburn defensive back T'Sharvan Bell (22) reacts following a 41-23 win over Mississippi in their NCAA college football game at Jordan-Hare Stadium in Auburn, Ala., Saturday, Oct. 29, 2011. (AP Photo/Dave Martin)


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