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2014-2015 Team

Season Record
7-3

Sidney Eagle Invitational 3rd Place finish (22 teams)


 

State Champions 2014
State Champions 2013
State Champions 2011
State Champions 2009
State Champions 2008
State Champions 2007
State Champions 2004
State Champions 2001
State Champions 2000
State Champions 1990


 

2014-2015 Season

Returning State Champions: 
2x Michael Soler and Cody Vigoren
Returning State Placers:       
Alex Rodorigo, Jake Douglas and Tyler Headland
Returning State Participants:
Trysten Peralles, Garrett Gershmel and Mason Beaver

Returning State Alternate:     
Ty Stacy

 

 DateOpponentTimePlace 
     
             
  Fri, Dec 19 North Idaho Tri State Tournament
          North Idah  
  Sat, Dec 20 North Idaho Tri State Tournament
          North Idah  
  Tue, Dec 30 Moses Lake 7:00 PM Away MLHS  
* Wed, Jan 7 Jackson 5:30 PM Home LSHS  
        JV and Varsity side by side
* Wed, Jan 7 Snohomish 7:00 PM Home LSHS  
        JV and Varsity side by side
  Fri, Jan 9 Doc Buchanan Tournament
          Clovis, CA  
  Sat, Jan 10 Doc Buchanan Tournament
          Clovis, CA  
* Thu, Jan 15 Monroe 7:00 PM Away MonHS  
  Sat, Jan 17 Rick Sales Invite
    Fife (Host)
Bishop Blanchet
Centralia
Emerald Ridge
Klahowya
Lake Stevens
Steilacoom
Sumner
Washington
10:00 AM Away FHS  
  Fri, Jan 23 Orting Dbl Dual w/Yelm, Lake Stevens
    Orting (Host) 6:00 PM Away    
* Tue, Jan 27 Cascade 7:00 PM Away CasHS  
* Thu, Jan 29 Mount Vernon 7:00 PM Home LSHS  

NWCAtletics.com


December 13, 2014

 

 Tahoma 39, Lake Stevens 33

106Justin Hoyle, T, pinned Jacob Bennett, LS, 3:40
113—Izzy Murrietta, T, dec. Gino Loera, LS, 9-5
120—Nick Whitehead, T, dec. Ty Headland, 5-3 OT
126—Alex Rodorigo, LS, pinned Cameron Hanson, T, 3:31
132—Michael Soler, LS, dec. Justin Sipila, T, 6-4
138—Jake Douglas, LS, pinned Colton Jackson, T, 3:25
145—Trysten Peralez, LS, pinned Ryden Fu, T, 3:59
152—Malachi Lawrence, LS, pinned Tristan Wilmus, T, 0:32
160—Sean Hanson, T, pinned Ty Stacy, LS, 4:57
170—Ethan Brown, T, pinned Bhodi Scott, LS, 0:46
182—Dagen Kramer, dec. Mason Beaver, LS, 5-2
195—Cody Vigoren, LS, pinned Adam Hokenson, T, 1:26
220—Nick Palandri, T, win by forfeit
285—Kingston Suka, T, pinned Dylan Hutchinson, LS, 1:33

Hermiston 33 Lake Stevens 28

 

Lake Stevens 54 Deer Park 21


 

December 11, 2014

Lake Stevens 46 Kamiak 33

Lake Stevens 65 Mariner 12


 

December 10, 2014

 

Lake Stevens 60, Graham Kapowsin 10 
106 Scilley (LS) won by forfeit;
113 Eaglin (GK) def. G. Loera 7-0;
120 Headland (LS) pinned Bellcourt;
126 Simonson (GK) def. Gershmel 6-4;
132 Rodorigo (LS) maj. Dec. Flores 13-0;
138 Douglas (LS) def. Ferrerra 1-0;
145 Peralles (LS) pinned Eaglin;
152 Malachi (LS) pinned Jones;
160 Stacy (LS) pinned Gomez;
170 Christom (GK) maj. dec. Sagiao 11-3;
182 Scott (LS) tec. fall Nicholas 16-0;
195 Postlewait (LS) won by forfeit;
220 Vigoren (LS) pinned Lorenz;
285 Hutchinson pinned White-Shrum. 




Lake Stevens 45, Decatur 25 

106 Scilley (LS) pinned Cambray;
113 Loera (LS) def. Thomas 6-3;
120 Headland (LS) pinned Griffen;
126 Gershmel (LS) pinned Mullarky;
132 Arizpe (D) def. Rodorigo 4-1;
138 Douglas (LS) pinned Fleming;
145
Peralles (LS) def. Berry 8-5;
152 Lawrence (LS) pinned Cassaday;
160 Stacy (LS) def. Blackshire 16-11;
170 Dixon (D) maj. dec. Sagiao;
182 Sarno (D) pinned Scott;
195 Shaw (D) pinned Postlewait
220 Vigoren (LS) pinned Johnson;
285 Hutchinson (LS) pinned Manasary

 

Sidney Eagle Invitational Results Dec. 5th and 6th

Champions:
138lbs Jake Douglas
205lbs Cody Vigoren

2nd Place
132lbs Michael Soler

4th Place
120lbs Tyler Headland

5th Place
126lbs Alex Rodorigo
152lbs Tye Stacy

6th Place
145lbs Malachi Lawrence

7th Place
106lbs Jake Bennett
120lbs Garett Gershmel

Team Finish: 3rd Place
Dual result 2-1
Lake Stevens 40 Billings Senior 9
Lake Stevens 32 Sidney 39
Lake Stevens 42 Billings Sky view 20

Track Wrestling Results


 

Published: Tuesday, December 9, 2014, 12:01 a.m.

Winning isn't everyting in Lake Stevens' wrestling program

 
  • Cody Vigoren (left) spars with Marquise Postlewaite during wrestling practice Monday afternoon at Lake Stevens High School.

    Genna Martin / The Herald

    Cody Vigoren (left) spars with Marquise Postlewaite during wrestling practice Monday afternoon at Lake Stevens High School.

 
 
LAKE STEVENS — For as much winning as the Lake Stevens wrestling program has done in coach Brent Barnes' tenure with the Vikings, he insists that he and his staff talk very little about winning and losing in the practice room.“Our overall philosophy is not about winning and losing,” he said. “We don't allow that to get in the way of getting better and enjoying the sport. We're very careful about the vocabulary we use with the kids and try to get them to live in the moment and develop camaraderie.”It certainly has paid dividends in terms of trophies.Lake Stevens won the Class 4A team title at Mat Classic last season for the second consecutive season and has topped the state's largest classification six times since 2005-06 and nine times since 1998-99.The squad that is aiming for a third consecutive team title this season will be headlined by junior Michael Soler, who is looking for a personal three-peat to go along with the team's, and senior Cody Vigoren, also a returning state champion.Soler would become Lake Stevens' first three-time state champion since Josh Heinzer (2008-2010) should he conquer the field at 132 pounds.It will be a sizable jump in weight class for Soler, who competed at 106 pounds as a freshman and 113 last year as a sophomore.“I'm not too worried about it,” said Soler, whose older brother Eric won a pair of state titles for the Vikings. “I wasn't trying to go up in weight, but I grew and spent a lot of time in the weight room this summer. I'll be able to do the same things I would normally do at the higher weight.”Barnes said Soler's insatiable desire to improve and learn the craft of wrestling have served him well in his first two seasons at Lake Stevens.“He's a true student of the sport, and you're not going to find anyone who enjoys the process more than Michael Soler,” Barnes said. “Moving up to 132 will be another challenge for him, but he's been dealing with pressure and expectations his whole life. He's a competitor and a gamer. He knows that you win some and lose some, and he'll have opportunities beyond high school wrestling.”Vigoren, who will wrestle at 195 pounds again this season but may occasionally bump up to 220 if the team needs him to, already has secured his wrestling future, signing with the University of Wyoming for next season. A longtime wrestler and baseball player, Vigoren only recently dedicated himself to the mat year-round.“He's really coming into his own,” Barnes said of Vigoren. “He's so physical, and such a great leader with great character.”Vigoren said that wrestling in such a tradition-rich program as Lake Stevens doesn't add any extra pressure to whatever he already puts on himself, but provides benchmarks for the future.“I don't really look at it as extra pressure but as something to look forward to,” he said.Vigoren would like to work on getting to opponents' legs more this year, and being able to do so will widen his repertoire of moves when he's wrestling on his feet.“I want to be able to take down anyone,” he said.The Vikings finished third over the weekend at the prestigious Sidney Eagle Invitational in Montana, placing behind the hosts and Poway High School of California.Barnes has put together a very competitive schedule for the Vikings that will see them wrestle dual meets against Class 4A powers Moses Lake and Tahoma, as well as out-of-state programs such as Hermiston (Ore.).Lake Stevens also will compete at the Doc Buchanan Invitational in Clovis, Calif. on Jan. 9-10, an event Barnes called one of the top five tournaments in the United States.

Wrestlers with a 3.5 GPA or Above

2013-2014
113lbs Michael Soler (4.0)
126lbs Jake Douglas
132lbs Noah Cuzzetto
160lbs Logan Johnson

195lbs Cody Vigoren (4.0)  


 

2013-2014 Team Awards

March 4, 2014


Outstanding Wrestler Award:
Cody Vigoren

Paul Toomey Award:
Zach Cunningham

Hardest Worker Award:
Michael Soler
Jake Douglas

Most Improved Award:
Trysten Peralles

Inspirational Award:

Noah Cuzzetto

Coaches Award:
Garrett Gershmel

 


 

2013-2014 Season

2014 4A State Champions


Regionals 2nd
District Champions
League Champions
Matman 2nd Place
Tri State 3rd Place (of 60)
Doc Buchanan 15th (of 96)

Season Record: 9-2
League: 4-0

Mat Classic XXVI State Placers

February 22, 2014

Sophomore Michael Soler (25-5) 113lb State Champion

February 22, 2014

 

Michael Soler
2x State Champion
2014 113lb Champion
2013 106lb Champion

2x Regional Champion
2x District Champion


 

Junior Cody Vigoren (31-1) 195lb State Champion

February 22, 2014

 

Cody Vigoren
2014 195lb State Champion
2013 170lbs 4th

2x Regional Champion
2x District Champion


 

Senior Noah Cuzzetto (34-4) 132lb 2nd Place finish

February 22, 2014

Noah Cuzzetto
3x State Finalist
2014 132lbs 2nd
2013 113lb State Champion
2012 106lb State Champion

3x Regional Champion
3x District Champion


 

Junior Alex Rodorigo 120lbs 4th Place finish

February 22, 2014

 

Alex Rodorigo
1x State Placer
2014 120lbs 4th


 

Senior Logan Johnson (32-11) 160lbs 4th Place finish

February 22, 2014

Logan Johnson
1x State Placer
2014 160lbs 4th


 

Sophomore Jake Douglas (29-8) 126lbs 5th Place finish

February 22, 2014

 

Jake Douglas
2x State Placer
2014 126lbs 5th
2013 120lbs 4th

2x Regional Champion
2x District Champion


 

Junior Tyler Headland (23-8) 113lbs 7th Place finish

February 22, 2014

 

Tyler Headland
1x State Placer
2014 113lbs 7th


 

Senior Zach Cunningham 138lbs 7th Place finish

February 22, 2014

 

Zach Cunningham
1x State Placer
2014 138lbs 7th


 

2014 4A State Champions

February 22, 2014

2014 4a State Champions

 Soler, Vigoren win individual titles as Vikings edge Moses Lake 
(Herald Article)

TACOMA — With one sweep of the leg in the final 10 seconds of Saturday's 113-pound 4A state-championship match, Lake Stevens sophomore Michael Soler delivered back-to-back state championships — twice.

Not only did Soler's thrilling 6-5 victory over Moses Lake's Fernando Leyva earn him his second-consecutive state championship, he also earned the Vikings back-to-back team championships and their third title in four seasons.
The Vikings edged Moses Lake 133 to 116½.

"It was great," Lake Stevens head coach Brent Barnes said. "I know that Michael has felt a lot pressure over the past year being a returning state champion and he's worked really hard. I know that was a big moment for him and it was a big moment for us."

Soler trailed 5-3 in the final period, but rallied with an escape with less than a minute remaining in the match and scored on a two-point takedown with less than five seconds on the clock to clinch the championship.

"We work that in practice all the time," Soler said. "You've got 10 seconds left and you've got to get to a shot. I just thought about it and thought about the team and had to get it."

Lake Stevens had a comfortable lead heading into Saturday's championship matches, but Moses Lake had just earned five points for Trey Long's victory over his teammate Cooper McCullough in the 106-pound final. The Chiefs could have drawn to even closer had Leyva hung on to beat Soler. Instead, the Vikings are champions again.

So far in Soler's brief high-school career, he has lost to just one wrestler from Washington State. It just so happens the loss was to Leyva.

Soler got revenge on Saturday. More importantly, he got his second state championship.

"Last year, it was awesome because it was my first year winning it," Soler said. "But this year there was just so much more on the line. The kid beat me earlier in the year. I had that going through my head. I knew the team counted on me. It was amazing."

The Vikings had three wrestlers in the finals on Saturday, but needed just one victory in those three matches to clinch the team championship. Soler was the first to get the opportunity, but confident the Vikings would get at least one, Barnes and his staff didn't discuss it with Soler.

"All we had to do was win one of those three finals and we knew we were going to get at least one," Barnes said. "We didn't talk about it with Michael. They're smart enough to figure out the scoring themselves, but I didn't want to him to carry that burden."

Viking senior Noah Cuzzetto, who won two state titles while at Edmonds-Woodway, failed in his bid to become a three-time state champion, losing to Union's Junior Godinho 6-2 in overtime. But the Vikings were still able to celebrate one more individual title when 195-pounder Cody Vigoren pinned Lewis and Clark's Andrew Backlund.

"It's just a great way to end the tournament," Barnes said. "We lost a tough one with Noah at 132. That hurts, but Cody capped off a great season."

 

 

State Champions
113lbs Michael Soler
195lbs Cody Vigoren

2nd Place
132lbs Noah Cuzzetto

4th Place
120lbs Alex Rodorigo
160lbs Logan Johnson

5th Place
126lbs Jake Douglas

7th Place Finish
113lbs Tyler Headland
138lbs Zach Cunningham

 


Day one Photos


Day Two Photos


State Finals Photos

 


 

February 21, 2014


Bonus points help Lake Stevens take first-day lead

 

Six Lake Stevens wrestlers advance to semifinals as the Vikings score 70 points, 14.5 ahead of Tahoma.

 
 

By Aaron Lommers, Herald Writer

TACOMA — The Lake Stevens wrestling team is no stranger to winning state championships, that’s why it was a shock to see them come in second at last weekend’s regional championships. Friday though, the Vikings were back to their old tricks. Lake Stevens advanced eight of its 11 wrestlers to the quarterfinals and six of those eight advanced to today’s semifinals.

At the day’s end, the Vikings were in first place with 70 points, 14.5 points ahead of Tahoma and in striking distance of the state championship for what would be a second consecutive season and the third time in four years.

“You never get used to winning state championships,” Lake Stevens head coach Brent Barnes said. “Each year is different and you can’t help but get excited just as much for the next year.”

Michael Soler (113 pounds), Tyler Headland (113), Alex Rodorigo (120), Garrett Gershmel (120), Jake Douglas (126), Noah Cuzzetto (132), Logan Johnson (160) and Cody Vigoren (195) all won their opening-round matches. Soler, Rodorigo, Douglas, Cuzzetto, Johnson and Vigoren went on to win in the quarterfinals.

“We started out the morning with a great round and then we just followed it up (in the) evening,” Barnes said. “You couldn’t ask for more than (having) six guys in the semis, that’s great. We got some pins too, which always helps.”

Soler, the defending state champion at 106 pounds, started slow in his quarterfinal match against Davis’ Ramiro Ortiz, but came on strong in the second period and scored a pin for the Vikings with 0.3 seconds remaining.

“I was watching the clock as I was pinning him,” Soler said. “I knew I would have to thrust my hips to try to get it. I didn’t think I was going to get it, but it’s cool I did. It helped the team out.”

It’s bonus points like those that come along with Soler’s pin and those Cuzzetto earned by earning a major decision in the final seconds of his victory over Skyline’s Tristan Steciw with a two-point takedown that have the Vikings in position to win yet another state title.

“We have to bonus points to win,” Barnes said. “The way we look at is, let’s produce another state champion with wins and bonus points. Our goal is to get 25 or 26 bonus points and if we do that’s like having another guy get to the state finals.”

Herald Article


 

2014 4A Region One Championships

February 15, 2014


On their Way to State 2014

 Champions
113lbs Michael Soler
126lbs Jake Douglas
132lbs Noah Cuzzetto
195lbs Cody Vigoren

2nd Place
113lbs Tyler Headland

3rd Place
120lbs Alex Rodorigo
160lbs Logan Johnson

4th Place Finish
120lbs Garrett Gershmel
132lbs Trysten Peralles
170lbs Mason Beaver

5th Place Finish
138lbs Zach Cunningham

Alternate to State
145lbs Ty Stacy

Team Championships
2nd Place Finish

  


 

February 15, 2014


2014 Regional Champions

113lbs Michael Soler
126lbs Jake Douglas
132lbs Noah Cuzzetto
195lbs Cody Vigoren

Team 2nd Place Finish


Photos from Regionals


 

 

 

February 15, 2014


LS Fans at Regionals 2014

 


 

 

2014 4A District One Championships

February 8, 2014


2014 District Champions

 


Day 1 Photos


Day 2 Photos

 


District Finals and Placings

 

 


 

February 8, 2014


2014 District Champions

Champions
113lbs Michael Soler
126lbs Jake Douglas
132lbs Noah Cuzzetto
195lbs Cody Vigoren

2nd Place
113lbs Tyler Headland
120lbs Alex Rodorigo

3rd Place
120lbs Garrett Gershmel
132lbs Trysten Peralles
138lbs Zach Cunningham
160lbs Logan Johnson
170lbs Mason Beaver

4th Place
126lbs Wyatt Bell

5th Place
138lbs Devian Jones
145lbs Ty Stacy
160lbs Bhodi Scott

 


 


The Lake Stevens Wrestling team has complied an impressive list of accomplishments during its history. Most notably, in recent years, the team has won Ten state titles: 1990, 2000, 2001, 2004, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2011,2013 and 2014.
Under coach Brent Barnes, the team had not lost a WESCO league match in 18 years, last losing during the 1993 season. Originally, this feat was nicknamed the Decade of Dominance, Until the team surpassed ten years of unbeaten league matches. However, In the 2007-2008 season, the streak ended with their 1st loss in 18 years. Lake Stevens Wrestling did go on to win the state championship that same year.

Lake Stevens Wrestling


State Champions:
1990, 2000, 2001, 2004, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2011, 2013 and 2014

Regional Champions:
1990, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2011 and 2013

District Champions:
1991, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2013 and 2014

League Champions:
1985, 1986, 1987, 1990, 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013 and 2014

Tri-State Champions:
1998, 1999, 2003, 2008 and 2009

Dream Duals Champions:
1996, 1997, 2000, 2002, 2004 and 2005

Academic State Champions:
2005




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