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Stories tagged: wrestling

State 4A wrestling: Central Valley’s Bryson Beard repeats as state champion

Bryson Beard hadn’t been taken down all season until Saturday.

Deer Park wins 1A state wrestling

TACOMA – How’s this for drama? Trevor Eicher of Deer Park did it again. It was the perfect encore to his senior season. Just like two years ago when he …

State 3A wrestling: North Central’s Clai Quintanilla, Bryan Wais take home titles

It didn’t make a difference in how the team fared, and that was quite fine with North Central wrestling coach Luke Leifer.

State 2A/B wrestling: Four win titles from Great Northern League

For being at a loss for words, Logan Sundheim of East Valley had much to say about his state wrestling championship Saturday.

Mat Classic: GSL must focus on individual awards

No Greater Spokane League wrestling team is in the chase for a state championship at Mat Classic XXVIII.

Mat Classic: Deer Park, Colville in line for 1A title

The battle for the State 1A wrestling championship is following the expected script.

Mat Classic XXVIII preview

If Central Valley hopes to contend for state championship, it will need lots of help.

Deer Park’s Trevor Eicher does things his way

Deer Park senior Trevor Eicher is an unconventional wrestler.

LC’s Noah Buckley sheds 65 pounds to wrestle as heavyweight

Noah Buckley allowed his weight to get away from him during football season.

Minnesota redshirt has a lot to wrestle for in ill young pal

Larry Early III is redshirting his first year at Minnesota. He still has a whole lot to wrestle for.

Prep wrestling: State berths were decided Saturday across region

Regional prep wrestling

Prep notebook: GSL hoop teams begin district play

Three games separated the top three Greater Spokane League 4A boys basketball teams in a tightly contested regular season.

CV wrestlers work as a team

Wrestling is very much a team sport. When a wrestler walks on the mat, he carries the hopes and dreams of his team on his shoulders. Holding up his end …

Prep wrestling: Mead, Central Valley share District 8 4A title

Phil McLean didn’t like his team’s start Friday in the District 8 4A wrestling tournament at Mt. Spokane High School.

Prep notebook: Mark Rypien proud Shadle has Wilson Golden Football

Mark Rypien plans to make it official as soon as his schedule allows.

CV Bears leave no doubt who’s best in GSL

After seeing the Central Valley team up close, University coach Don Owen is convinced what could be in store for the Bears.

Greg Lee column: It’s time for WIAA to adopt state duals wrestling tourney

East Valley wrestling coach Craig Hanson shares an opinion held by many of his peers. They believe there needs to be a state duals tournament.

Hoover twins power Mt. Spokane wrestling

Most of the time Mt. Spokane wrestling coach Travis Hughes can tell the Hoover twins apart.

Area roundup: WSU’s Alsop sets meet record in women’s triple jump

Washington State’s Greer Alsop set a meet record in the women’s triple jump Friday at the WSU Open Indoor meet in Pullman.

University’s Spencer Matt back playing basketball 6 months after knee surgery

It’s nothing short of remarkable that University senior Spencer Matt is back playing basketball six months after reconstructive knee surgery.

Greg Lee column - These girls don’t take a back seat to anybody in wrestling

Amanda Gilliam of North Central and Cierra Foster of Post Falls are through with what’s been the cliché of their sport. They’re wrestlers and proud of it. They’re not trying …

Area roundup: Harper leads WSU women at UW Indoor meet

Washington State’s Liz Harper won the women’s high jump to lead the Cougar women at the University of Washington Indoor track and field meet Saturday at the Dempsey Indoor Facility …

Christilaw: Wrestling makes room for athletes of all sizes

In a world fascinated with tallness, there’s a sport that makes room for people of all sizes.

Prep wrestling: Deer Park takes Pacific Northwest Classic

Heading into the Pacific Northwest Classic wrestling finals, Deer Park held a five-point lead over tourney host University and both schools had four in title bouts.

Lakeside’s undefeated Dalton Young focused, energized

Dalton Young is on pace to complete his prep career undefeated. If that happens, he’d become just the second wrestler in the region to do so. Jared Lawrence of Sandpoint …

Prep wrestling: CV, U-Hi remain atop GSL

University (5-0) used wins by Cam Sorensen, Levi Meinsinger and Clayton Fincher to top visiting Shadle Park (4-1) 40-23.

Post Falls repeats as Tri-State wrestling tournament champion

Post Falls wrestling coach Pete Reardon remembered waking up Sunday morning following the Tri-State tournament and reading that his team won.

Central Valley breezes past Mead

Having the Beard brothers as your opening and closing acts isn’t a bad way to avoid wrestling drama.

Prep notebook: Post Falls looks to repeat at Tri-State

Quality in large quantities has generally been a trademark of the Tri-State wrestling tournament.

NIC wrestlers take down Northwest College

Host North Idaho College defeated Northwest College 30-16.