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December 1, 2009 at 1:35 PM

Lake Stevens ranked No. 1 in 4A wrestling

Not too surprisingly, Lake Stevens is the No. 1-ranked 4A boys wrestling team in the state, according to Washington Wrestling report.

Tahoma is second, followed by University (Spokane), Kentwood, Graham-Kapowsin, Mead (Spokane) and Auburn.

In 3A, Yelm and Enumclaw are rated 1-2. Auburn Mountainview is fifth, Sedro-Woolley sixth and Everett seventh.

You can find the complete rankings for all classifications, as well as the overall girls rankings (one classification) here.

You will also find the individual rankings, by weight class.

While basketball gets the most attention among prep sports during the winter, we welcome some wrestling information and conversations.

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