You must sign in or register to continue reading content. Stanwood wrestler Mason Phillips saw his run end at the Cadet Greco-Roman World Championships after one win and one loss Monday in Athens, Greece. Phillips, competing in the 63-kilogram (139-pound) weight class, had his hand raised in his international debut, defeating Shintaro Yoshinaga of Japan in a 12-4 technical fall.
Here’s what a collection of area wrestling experts (in alphabetical order) had to say about Stanwood rising senior Mason Phillips, who will represent the United States at the Cadet World Championships in Athens, Greece from Sept. 3-10. “Mason has definitely risen to a level we don’t see very often at the high school level. He’s a great natural athlete and has great balance and quickness. He has all the tools, and he’s a great competitor.
If Brent Barnes retired tomorrow, he’d do so as one of the greatest high school wrestling coaches to ever sit in the corner of a mat in the state of Washington. His Lake Stevens Vikings have won 11 state championships since 1990 and at least one of his wrestlers has claimed an individual title in each of the past 21 editions of Mat Classic, a preposterous feat of consistency and excellence.
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