Phil Lercher does the 3A Ranking. This is his pre season worksheet. 11.17.13 THIS IS NOT OFFICIAL
182 Rick Stewart 182 Anthony Hawkins
INTERESTING FACTS 1954-Don Garney of Sedro Wooley and Vic Eshpeter from Lincoln of Tacoma become states first 2 time state champions. 1959- Moses Lake begins run of eight state team tiles in 10 years and the first of its 17 champions. 1963-Bellevue wins first WIAA sponsored tournament. 1965- State tournament held outside Pullman for first time at University of Washington. 1966-Tops are required for the first time 1968-Dan Strode of Moses Lake becomes first of 41 three time state champions. State divided into two classifications. 1970-Headgear reacquired for first time. 1972-First year of three classifications. 1977-Cashmere wins first of 10 state titles. 1989-Birth of Mat Classic, combining all three state tournaments on 18 mats at the Tacoma Dome 1990-Kentwood's Jason Cleverly beasts Vann Belvoir in 101 pound final, marking the first time teammates meet for a championship. 1994-Pat Connors from R.A. Long of Vancouver to become states first time four-time state champion. 1998-Fourth classification is added, and Central Valley of Spokane wins 4A title. 2001-Martin Mitchell of Tonasket becomes state's second four-time state champion. 2002-Burke Barnes of Lake Stevens becomes state's third four-time champion. 2003-Wrestling celebrates its 50th state championship and 15th Mat Classic.
EVERETT HIGH'S STATE WRESTLING CHAMPIONS 3A 115-Eric Malsberry 1983 115-James Stephen 1990 122-James Stephens 1991 138-Carl Sperber 1958 141-Joey Martin 1983 148-Joey Martin 1984 *148-Otto Olsen 1994 154-Terry Cabe 1957 154-Terry Cabe 1958 *158-Otto Olsen 1995 165 Jack Leary 1957 *168-Otto Olsen 1996 178-Mike Goodwill 1962 215-Parker Burns 2007 *Otto Olsen won 3 straight big school state titles and was a national freestyle champion
4A 189-Justin Boyce 2005 275-Kenny Hudson 2006
*Otto Olsen 4X State Placer 1993-96 *James Stephens 4X State Placer 1988-91
*Otto Olsen 3 State Champions 1994,95,96 - 148,158,168