TACOMA — Stanwood’s Mason Phillips and Lake Stevens’ Malachi Lawrence each won state championships in dominant — but markedly different — ways Saturday to close Mat Classic XXX at the Tacoma Dome. It was Phillips’ third crown in as many years, and the victory, a 23-8 technical fall over Redmond’s Jeremy Hernandez, gave the North Carolina-bound standout a career record of 85-0. Phillips took Hernandez down at will, allowed him to escape, and took him down again.
TACOMA — The 30th edition of Mat Classic, which got underway Friday at the Tacoma Dome, was Brian Smith’s first as the WIAA’s administrator for wrestling. Smith, a Tacoma native and Fife High School alumnus, wrestled in high school and spent 13 years as Bellingham’s wrestling coach. He then spent nearly six years as the Red Raiders’ athletic director before transitioning to an assistant executive director role with the WIAA.
TACOMA — The Marysville Pilchuck wrestling team placed three wrestlers into Saturday’s Mat Classic XXX semifinals, most among area schools. Stanwood, Sultan and Darrington have two semifinalists apiece. Tomahawks senior 106-pounder Cole Daurie, junior 138-pounder Isaiah Galindo and senior 285-pounder Joe Lawrence will compete for a chance at a state championship, with sophomore 170-pounder Cayden White still alive in the consolations.
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Selecting a term
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