Category Archives: Wrestling

Mat Classic: Day 2 of action

Another Mat Classic is over. Like I predicted earlier in the year, West Sound would produce a single champion. It went to Kingston’s Peyton Reece in the girls tournament.

Lots of good underclassmen wrestlers are coming back next year, so this could be a preview of things to come. Below is a list of how the teams fared and the kids from West Sound who placed Saturday.

Here is a link to the WIAA website for the entire brackets.

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Mat Classic start times and local qualifiers

Where: Tacoma Dome
Friday: Doors open to public (8:45 a.m.); First session of wrestling (10 a.m.-2 p.m.); Second session (3:30-9:30 p.m.)
Saturday: Doors open to public (8:45 a.m.); Third session, including placing matches (10 a.m.-2:15 p.m.); Championship matches (5 p.m.)
Tickets: One day—$15 adults, $11 seniors/students; Two days—$23 adults, $17 seniors/students.

West Sound qualifiers
Class 4A
South Kitsap: 106—Ashton Schessler (30-12), Leroy Portillo (24-8). 113—Deion Anderson (33-4). 120—Sebastian Robles (32-7). 132—Brandon Forster (18-5). 145—Lucas Pervinich (31-9). 152—Jaxon Moffett (28-14). 285—Marshaud DeWalt (27-6).

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Mat Classic: State tournament brackets

Here are the brackets for the state wrestling tournament. Mat Classic begins Friday morning at the Tacoma Dome.

Below is a schedule for the two-day event.

Friday, February 20



3:30pm & 4:00pm-9:30pm

Doors Open for Athletes/Coaches (Lower Gate F) Officials Meeting in Weigh-in Area
Hair/Nail Check Begins in Dome (Lower Gate F)
Unofficial Scales Available in Locker Room “A”, “C” and Weigh-in Area (Lower Gate F)
Late Registration (Tournament Head Tables)
Weigh-in Begins in Dome (Lower Gate F) –
Expected Completion – 8:30am
Girls Weigh-ins in Locker Room C –
Expected Completion of – 8:30am
Timers and Relief Worker Training on 2A Mats
Doors Open to Public
Scorers and Timers Meetings (Meet at Each Tournament Mat Area)
1A, 2A, Girls Tournaments
3A, 4A, 1B/2B Tournaments
Unofficial Scales Available in Locker Room “A” and “C” until 9:30pm
Dome Closes to All

Saturday, February 21




Doors Open for Athletes/Coaches (Lower Gate F)
Unofficial Scales Available in Locker Room “A”, “C” and Weigh-in Area (Lower Gate F)
Weigh-in Begins in Dome (Lower Gate F) –
Expected Completion – 8:15am
Girls Weigh-ins in Locker Room C –
Expected Completion – 8:15am
Doors Open to Public
Presentation of WIAA Team Academic Awards and State Coaches Awards
THIRD SESSION (Includes all Placing Matches for 3rd/4th, 5th/6th and 7th/8th)
Opening Ceremonies and Parade of Athletes
Team Awards
Dome Closes to All


Wrestling: Olympic/Port Angeles showdown Thursday

The Olympic League 2A Division wrestling title likely gets decided on Thursday when Port Angeles hosts Olympic at 7 p.m. Both teams are undefeated heading into Tuesday’s matches. Last season, Olympic ran the table, handing PA its only defeat while winning the league title.

Over the weekend, PA took fifth and Olympic 10th at the Gut Check tournament at Evergreen State College.


Wrestling: Gut Check Tournament results

Port Angeles took fifth and Olympic 10th at Saturday’s Gut Check Tournament at Evergreen State College in Vancouver. Here are the individual results from the tournament:
Weight: 106
1st: Ethan Rotondo, Union 10 21- 3
2nd: Alex Cruz, Orting 9 21- 4
3rd: Michael Bresser, Henley 11 19- 6
4th: Mason Harrison, Yelm 10 15- 7
5th: Kaylomb Parrish, Olympic 10 25- 6
6th: Tyler Gale, Port Angeles 11 15- 5
7th: Alec Acfalle, Olympic 9 20- 7
8th: Rivers Greensky, Prairie 11 25- 7

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Wrestling: Bremerton Brawl tournament results

Bremerton held its first annual Bremerton Brawl tournament on Saturday with Stanwood taking home the team title. Kingston took third to lead the local teams, while Bremerton placed fourth.

Here are the team results and list of champions:

Teams—Stanwood 151, Columbia River 135.5, Kingston 127, Bremerton 115, Wilson 112.5, Olympic 98.5, North Kitsap 96, Gig Harbor 86.5, Shelton 79, Edmonds-Woodway 56.6, Foster 45.


106—Alec Acfalle (Olympic). 113—Gavid Spadoni (Gig Harbor). 120—Cale Woyvodich (Foster). 126—Peyton Reece (Kingston). 132—Erick Powell (North Kitsap). 138—West Weinert (Stanwood). 145—Kane Ayling (Stanwood). 152—Larry Andersen (Columbia River). 160—Bernardo Olivas (Shelton). 170—Ryder Waite (Columbia River). 182—Blake Moser (Gig Harbor). 195—Garret Arrona (Stanwood). 220—Tyler Ferris (Wilson). 285—Juilian Leigh (Kingston).