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Clark County qualifies 65 wrestlers to Mat Classic

A list of every wrestler who is headed to the Tacoma Dome

It is here. The final week of the high school wrestling season.

The state championships are Friday and Saturday in the Tacoma Dome.

But nobody really calls it the state tournament.

Nope, it goes by a much bigger name.

Max Classic XXX will feature more than 60 wrestlers from Clark County.

The Camas Papermakers had four boys win region championships this weekend in Pasco.

Meanwhile, the Union girls team won a regional championship in Aberdeen and had three individual champions.

The Union Titans won the team title at their girls regional tournament over the weekend. Six Titans qualified for Mat Classic. The team is ranked second in the state by washingtonwrestlingreport.com. Photo by Paul Valencia
The Union Titans won the team title at their girls regional tournament over the weekend. Six Titans qualified for Mat Classic. The team is ranked second in the state by washingtonwrestlingreport.com. Photo by Paul Valencia

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The Camas boys qualified a county-best seven athletes to Mat Classic. Four Papermakers won region championships: Jack Latimer (126 pounds); Rylan Thompson (132); Gideon Malychewski (160) and Samuel Malychewski (195).

Union got five boys to state, including two region champs: Noah Talavera (138) and Danny Snediker (152).

In 3A boys, Evergreen’s Dylan Goodpaster earned a regional title. Mountain View and Prairie each qualified four to Mat Classic.

There were four boys from Clark County programs who won region titles in Class 2A, all representing different schools: Josiah Sanders of Woodland (113); Tanner Lees of Washougal (145); Logan Knudson of Columbia River (152); and Dawson Lieurance of Ridgefield (220). Woodland led the local 2A teams with five making it to state.

For the 1A Boys, Elijah Volk of Seton Catholic won the 126-pound region title. La Center led the way with three wrestlers advancing to the dome.

In all, 47 Clark County boys qualified for state, finishing in the top four at regionals

The Clark County girls were limited to just the top three making it to state from their regional.

The Titans led the way with six qualifiers, including three champions: Riley Aamold (130) Krista Warren (140); and Annabelle Helm (145).

Skyview had two champions: Hikaru Abe (105) and Cece Sayler (170).

Other region champs were: Ashlyn Daugherty of Woodland (100); Allison Blaine of Hudson’s Bay (135); and Maritza Chavez-Anguiano of Seton Catholic (190).

Washington Wrestling Report rankings:

The most recent rankings by the washingtonwrestlingreport.com show it could be a very successful weekend for a number of Clark County wrestlers.

Seven Class 4A boys are ranked in the top four, including three in at No. 1 in their weight classes: Latimer, Thompson, and Samuel Malychewski of Camas top the rankings.

Samuel and Gideon Malychewski were two of four Papermakers to win region championships Saturday in Pasco. Camas qualified a total of seven wrestlers to this week’s Mat Classic in the Tacoma Dome. Photo by Paul Valencia
Samuel and Gideon Malychewski were two of four Papermakers to win region championships Saturday in Pasco. Camas qualified a total of seven wrestlers to this week’s Mat Classic in the Tacoma Dome. Photo by Paul Valencia

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Interestingly, Tanner Craig of Camas is No. 2 at 132 pounds, the same weight class as Thompson.

Jackson McKinney of Skyview is ranked second at 195 pounds, the same class as Samuel Malychewski.

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Talavera and Gideon Malychewski also are in the top four.

In Class 3A, Goodpaster is ranked No. 1 at 170 pounds. No other wrestler from Clark County is ranked in the top four.

The latest rankings for 4A, 3A, 1A and girls were updated Sunday after regionals. The last 2A rankings shown on the site come from before regionals. There are three 2A Clark County athletes who made it to state who were ranked in the top four: Lieurance, Lees and Jacob Flanagan of Woodland.

Mike Garrison of King’s Way Christian is the lone Class 1A wrestler ranked in the top four.

There are seven Clark County girls ranked in the top four, including two at the top of the list: Aamold of Union and Blaine of Hudson’s Bay. Abe and Sayler of Skyview, and Warren, Helm, and Nevaeh Cassidy of Union also are in the top four.

As far as team rankings go, Union is ranked second in girls wrestling. The Camas boys are ranked fourth in Class 4A.


Here is a list of every wrestler from Clark County who has qualified for Mat Classic. (This does not include alternates.)

CLASS 4A:

Camas:

126: Jack Latimer (Region champion)

132: Rylan Thompson (Region champion)

132: Tanner Craig

145: Isaac Duncan

160: Gideon Malychewski (Region champion)

182: Colby Stoller

195: Samuel Malychewski (Region champion)

Skyview:

195: Jackson McKinney

Union:

113: Brandon Esperto

120: Aaron Avery

138: Noah Talavera (Region champion)

152: Danny Snediker (Region champion)

160: Kyle Brosius


CLASS 3A:

Evergreen:

170: Dylan Goodpaster (Region champion)

Fort Vancouver:

220: Nehemiah Polk-Rasheed

Hudson’s Bay:

160: Angel Castillo

Mountain View:

106: Noah Messman

113: Kevin Chen

182: Alton Culver

285: Alex Ferruzca

Prairie:

113: Bridger Paradis

132: Jason Wilcox

145: Brayden Sofianos

182: Nick Langer


CLASS 2A:

Columbia River:

113: Rexi Lamkin

152: Logan Knudson (Region champion)

195: Logan Wilson

Hockinson:

145: Dale Anderson

170: Colton Wheeler

182: Aidan Mallory

Ridgefield:

126: Dylan Draper

152: Miles Bethel

220: Dawson Lieurance (Region champion)

Washougal:

126: Cole Pass

132: Jason Powell

138: Andrew Hopple

145: Tanner Lees (Region champion)

Woodland:

106: Judeah Sanders

113: Josiah Sanders (Region champion)

120: JJ Fuerst

160: Luke Parrish

195: Jacob Flanagan


CLASS 1A:

King’s Way Christian:

195: Mike Garrison

La Center:

126: Hunter Mallicoat

132: Robel Grove

195: Max Muffett

Seton Catholic:

126: Elijah Volk (Region champion)


GIRLS:

Camas:

190: Madeline Moore

Hudson’s Bay:

135: Allison Blaine (Region champion)

Mountain View:

155: Tori Craft

Seton Catholic:

170: Amanda Fry

190: Maritza Chavez-Anguiano (Region champion)

Skyview:

105: Hikaru Abe (Region champion)

170: Cece Sayler (Region champion)

Union:

115: Kayla Brosius

120: Isabelle Morales

130: Riley Aamold (Region champion)

140: Krista Warren (Region champion)

145: Annabelle Helm (Region champion)

145: Nevaeh Cassidy

Washougal:

100: Samantha Eakins

125: Aleksi Donahue

130: Jaden Robb

140: Brooklyn Wurm-Wertz

Woodland:

100: Ashlyn Daugherty (Region champion)

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Paul Valencia joins ClarkCountyToday.com after more than two decades of newspaper experience. He became the face of high school sports coverage in Clark County during his 17 years at The Columbian. Before moving to Vancouver, Paul worked at Oregon daily newspapers in Pendleton, Roseburg, and Salem. A graduate of David Douglas High School in Portland, Paul enlisted in the U.S. Army, serving three years as a soldier/journalist. He and his wife Jenny recently celebrated their 20th anniversary. They have a son who has a passion for karate and Minecraft. Paul’s hobbies include: Watching the Raiders play football, reading about the Raiders playing football, and waiting to watch and read about the Raiders playing football.

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