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Published: Wednesday, January 25, 2012, 12:20 p.m.

Washington Wrestling Report rankings

Here's the most recent rankings from Dave Gilbertson's Washington Wrestling Report. The Wesco North is well represented with Lake Stevens, Snohomish and Arlington in the top 20, with Stanwood (8-2) surprisingly not in the rankings. Everett is 16th in the Wesco 3A rankings.

Individual wrestlers ranked No. 1 include: Edmonds-Woodway's Noah Cuzzetto (106), Lake Stevens' Shaquille Reed (220), Everett's Connor Boyce (170), and on the girls side Stanwood's Laura Charboneau (265).

Here's the local teams in the team rankings:

All-Class: Lake Stevens (fourth), Everett (15th), Edmonds-Woodway (17th)

Class 4A: Lake Stevens (third), Snohomish (sixth), Edmonds-Woodway (ninth), Arlington (18th)

Class 3A: Everett (16th)

Class 2A: Cedarcrest (fourth)

Girls: Stanwood (seventh)

Here's the individual rankings for 4A:

106: 1. Noah Cuzzetto (Edmonds-Woodway); 8. David Garcia (Kamiak); 11. Alex Rodorigo (Lake Stevens)

113: 3. Dakota Reynolds (Lake Stevens); 7. Gino Obregon (Snohomish); 13. Josh Heitzman (Kamiak)

120: 2. Jesse Peterson (Lake Stevens); 11. Steven Speer ( Snohomish)

126: 3. Eric Soler (Lake Stevens); 7. Christian Mendoza (Marysville Pilchuck); 13. David Bui (Mariner)

132: 7. Bryce Thomas (Arlington); 8. Connor Gonzales (Arlington); 13. Mick Majors (Lake Stevens)

138: 2. Kinsey Johnson (Lake Stevens); 3. Matt Cuzzetto (Edmonds-Woodway); 11. Logan Johnson (Lake Stevens)

145: 7. Max Welsh (Mariner); 15. Bryan Stringfellow (Jackson)

152: 10. Zach Schut (Stanwood)

160: 3. Ammon Morrill (Snohomish); 4. Kyle Bennett (Stanwood)

170: 6. Zack Perez (Edmonds-Woodway); 11. Ryan Olliges (Lake Stevens)

182: 2. Peter St. Marie (Snohomish); 3. Chris Herbert (Marysville Pilchuck)

195: 3. Nathan Proffit (Snohomish); 4. Blake McPherson (Arlington)

220: 1. Shaquille Reed (Lake Stevens); 6. Luke Reinhard (Snohomish); 11. Skyler Hatch (Marysville Pilchuck)

285: 2. Brandon Johnson (Lake Stevens); 6. George Johanson (Edmonds-Woodway)

Here's the individual rankings for 3A:

106: 6. Luis Cardona (Marysville-Getchell)

113: 9. Ian McIntyre (Glacier Peak); 10. Alex Lee (Shorewood)

120: 4. Matthew Floresca (Shorewood); 8. Alex Basabe (Lynnwood); 10. Jahleel Vester (Oak Harbor)

126: 2. Cody Fakkema (Oak Harbor); 7. Matt Calkins (Lynnwood)

132: 2. Jessie Lopez (Everett); 11. Mark Johnston (Oak Harbor); 12. Zach Calkins (Lynnwood)

138: None

145: 9. Jacob Elledge (Glacier Peak)

152: None

160: None

170: 1. Connor Boyce (Everett)

182: 3. Sean Elledge (Glacier Peak)

195: None

220: None

285: 3. Ian Bolstad (Shorecrest); 10. Alfredo Diaz (Marysville Getchell)

Here's the individual rankings for 2A:

106: 5. Chris Jenkins (Granite Falls)

113: None

120: 9. Bryce MacDicken (Sultan)

126: None

132: None

138: 8. Kyle Weaver (Sultan)

145: 5. Carlos Toledano (Cedarcrest); 8. Austin Koons (Cedarcrest); 10. Moses Sun (Granite Falls)

152: None

160: 1. Cody Paxman (Cedarcrest)

170: 5. Martin Vakemoce (Cedarcrest); Brandon Todd (Archbishop Murphy)

182: 10. Connor Kruse (Archbishop Murphy)

195: 5. Jesse Castillo (Sultan)

220: 4. Taylor Comfort (Sultan); 9. Dakota Creed (Archbishop Murphy)

285: 2. Robby McNair (Cedarcrest)

Here's the individual rankings for Girls:

106: 3. Justine Palabrica (Everett)

112: 4. Casey Mather (Stanwood)

130: 7. Shannon Gee (Stanwood)

137: 7. Ruthie Karlburg (Stanwood)

145: 7. Jennifer Fremd (Oak Harbor)

265: 1. Laura Charboneau (Stanwood)

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