Issaquah wrestlers win 4A KingCo championships

  • Sunday, February 16, 2020 2:39pm
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The Issaquah boys wrestling team finished third as a team at the 4A boys region 2 wrestling tournament on Feb. 15 at Skyline High School. Issaquah will send four wrestlers to the Mat Classic XXXII on Feb. 21-22 at the Tacoma Dome.

Qualifying for state are seniors Nathan Asistin (126), Carson Tanner (132), Cory Kawaguchi (182) and junior Declan Treacy (145).

The Issaquah Eagles won the 4A KingCo boys wrestling championships on Feb. 8 at Juanita High School. The Eagles were a perfect 9-0 in the league during the regular season.

The Eagles qualified 13 wrestlers to the regional tournament at Skyline High School: Nicholas Hunter (113, fourth), Rahul Menon (120, third), Zachary Fortes (120, fifth), Asistin (126, first), Brennen Lee (126, second), Tanner (132, first), Treacy (145, third), Victor Marcenac (160, second), Brady Malone (170, fourth), Kawaguchi (182, second), Alexander Witecki (195, second), Richard Martin (220, first) and Zachary Mayes (220, third).

Issaquah’s Isabella Campbell (145) finished fourth at the girls sub-regional wrestling tournament Feb. 7-8 at Chief Sealth High School. Campbell finished sixth at the regional tournament on Feb. 15 at Sedro-Woolley High School.

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