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112
#1S-AJ DeLeon, Oth vs #4N-Taylor Orteg, Casc
#2N-Eddie Bush, Chel vs #3S-Conrad Garza, Oth
#2S-Scott Thompson, EV vs #3N-Mariano Silva, Chel
#1N-Nick Ruff, Casc vs #4S-Brandon Ashley, KB
Brandon faces a very tough Nick Ruff in the first round. Just how tough is he? We will find out when Brandon wrestles him. Should Brandon beat Ruff, he will face Thompson in the semis. Should he lose to Ruff, Brandon could face either Bush or Garza with a state trip on the line.

 

119
#1S-Tony Cantu, Oth vs #4N-Gabe Lindquist, Qui
#2N-Ricky Brown, Eph vs #3S-Ryan Corke, KB
#2S-Edgar Mendez, Con vs #3N-Drew Walter, Omak
#1N-Steev Turner, Cash vs #4S-Ignacio Castenada, Top
Ryan Corke will need to work his magic against Brown in the first round. It could be his best chance of moving on to state. A victory over Brown could transform into a match with Drew Walter for a chance to go to state. A loss to Brown could pit him against Mendez or Turner instead.

 

130
#1S-Ernest Guzman, Oth vs #4N-Jason Caryl, Omak
#2N-Aaron Koons, Eph vs #3S-Phillip Ontiveras, Oth
#2S-Kameron Hopkins, EV vs #3N-Chris Stewart, Qui
#1N-Zack Brissey, Eph vs #4S-Jerry Haug, KB
Jerry has a good chance of defeating Brissey in round one. That could spur him on to a state qualifying day. He will probably have to beat Koons along the way as well. Jerry is capable of this kind of performance.

 

135
#1S-JD Gomez, Oth vs #4N-Ethan Copple, Omak
#2N-Jason Escobedo, Casc vs #3S-Gabe Martinez, Con
#2S-Jess Leon, Top vs #3N-Mark Ouradnik, Eph
#1N-Tommie Lindquist, Qui vs #4S-Ryan Burns, KB
Ryan has a tough road ahead of him. That doesn't mean he can't conquer it. Lindquist will be a little rough, but after that, he is capable of beating anyone in the consolation round.

 

140
#1S-Junior Gonzalez, KB vs #4N-Pat Chism, Chel
#2N-Tate Collins, Chel vs #3S-Adam Orozco, Con
#2S-Freddie Flores, Oth vs #3N-Elias Longoria, Qui
#1N-Andrew Paton, Cash vs #4S-Taylor Jenks, Con
Junior is on his way to an undefeated season and this will be his toughest test so far. He could face Tate Collins in the semis. Collins may be the only guy that put Junior on his back this year. Andrew Paton is a mystery. If Junior keeps wrestling the way he is, then don't be surprised to see him wrestling for the state championship on the 21st.

 

145
#1S-David Rae, Con vs #4N-Lukas Wolf, Chel
#2N-Levi Parkins, Cash vs #3S-Tony Chapin, KB
#2S-Jorge Anguiano, Oth vs #3N-Wil Paton, Cash
#1N-Willy Ives, Omak vs #4S-Joe Frazier, Nac
Tony needs to beat Parkins in the first round to get things rolling on Saturday. A rematch with David Rae would be nice, especially if Tony can find a way to win it. He must wrestle smart in order to make it to state.

 

160
#1S-Josh Gomez, Oth vs #4N-Dan Landeck, Eph
#2N-Dean Agee, Omak vs #3S-Mike Rivera, Nac
#2S-Ryan Phipps, KB vs #3N-Josh Cate, Omak
#1N-Steven Smith, Casc vs #4S-Guillermo Rodriguez, Top
Ryan needs to come out strong against Josh Cate. A victory over Cate could propel him to a state qualifying position. A lose may pit him against Cate's Omak teammate, Agee, in the consolation semis. If Ryan can defeat just one Pioneer on Saturday, he could advance to state.

 

171
#1S-Tony Lee, Con vs #4N-Tyrel Sandelin, Casc
#2N-Ben Niccum, Cash vs #3S-Jordan Scott, EV
#2S-Justin Rolland, KB vs #3N-Ramiro Alvarez, Casc
#1N-Jake Walter, Omak vs #4S-Rudy Ochoa, Oth
If Rolland takes care of business against a tough Alvarez and a much heralded Jake Walter, then Lee-Rolland V will take place. A horrible start to the District final put Justin in a hole that he could not recover from against Lee. This week it could be different.

 

275
#1S-Ross McDorman, KB vs #4N-James Peery, Cash
#2N-Chris Hodge, Chel vs #3S-Kyle Fay, EV
#2S-Adam Brown, Top vs #3N-Clinton Meachum, Casc
#1N-Jake Byl, Omak vs #4S-Daniel Osorio, Top
There is not much standing in the way of a McDorman-Byl final. Ross did well against defending state champ Nick Berry of Vashon. Now we should find out how he does against Byl. Ross pinned Peery at regionals last year.