Red Wolve boys and girls wrestlers – and one Mount Si girl – advance to regionals next weekend

Cedarcrest High School girls’ wrestler Abby Varaday (center) poses with the 130 lb. bracket title after winning it yesterday in the WIAA subregional tournament in Seattle. At left is Ballard’s Wyatt Tippett, who took third, and at right is North Creek’s Isabelle Bookout, who Varady beat in the title match. Bookout took second. (Photo courtesy Christine Hillestad/Cedarcrest HS Girls’ Wrestling)

Time for some wrestling. Cedarcrest High School’s boys and girls’ wrestling teams competed in subregional action yesterday. The boys were down south in Chehalis while the girls were in Seattle.

CHS delegation to boys’ regionals, led by Weinert: Paced by a pair of second-place showings from Matt Weinert (182) and Ashton Butterfield (113), the Red Wolves will have at least a few entrants into next weekend’s regional event after their subregionals yesterday down in Chehalis.

Also appearing to make it to next weekend are Bryant Reid (120, fourth) and Evan Reid (132, third). Four others – Dallas Carrier (160), Hayden Dill (132), Wayne Wright (182) and Mac Miles (195) all finished fifth in their weight brackets and likely are alternates if they also aren’t into the competition next weekend.

Full results in a separate post.

Red Wolve, Wildcat girls to regionals: Two Cedarcrest High School girls and one as well from Mount Si earned berths to next weekend’s WIAA girls’ regionals up in Sedro-Woolley after solid results in their subregional yesterday in Seattle.

Cedarcrest’s Abby Varady rolled through three opponents to take the title at 130 lbs., beating Kingco 4A’s Isabelle Bookout of North Creek in a major decision to grab the crown. Bethany Smith (145), Varady’s Red Wolve teammate, also made it to regionals, finishing second after falling in her weight class title match to Bainbridge’s Caroline Michaels.

Mount Si’s Aynslee Hester (140) took third and is also headed north next weekend after a 4-1 tournament this weekend. She clinched third with a win over Bainbridge’s Aubrie Ackland.

Also making it as an alternate is Cedarcrest’s Alyssa Adams (105). Results as well in a separate post.

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