Matt Rybaltowski is covering the 3A tournament for us and provided this post (I added an update on girls tournament at the end):
Though all three Enumclaw wrestlers in the championship draw won their semifinals matches Saturday morning, the Hornets dropped to second overall behind Yelm with consolation finals still in progress. The Tornados currently have 126.5 points and lead Enumclaw by 7.5. North Central of Spokane is also within striking distance with 110.5 points.
Enumclaw wrester Hunter File defeated Wyatt Maguire of Mt. Spokane 8-0 in the 125-pound semifinals. A victory by File in the championship round will be critical for the Hornets. File will take on Nathan Brown of North Central and Enumclaw could use the four extra points it will receive with a File win (with two more possible if he could come up with a pin).
At 152 pounds, Josh Musick pinned Matt Hoyt of Olympic in 1:38 to advance to the finals. Musick will take on Tyler King of Auburn Mountainview in the finals. Musick’s teammate Kario Wallin defeated Gino Clement of O’Dea 15-4 in the 160-pound semifinals.
Mountainview has another finalist in T.J. Peretti at 130.
A pair of KingCo 3A wrestlers still have championship possibilities – Hamilton Noel of Liberty at 145 and Cody Trennenbarger of Juanita at 218.
All three Bellevue wrestlers in the semis lost.
Everett’s Alec Bird is in the championship match at 215.
Bonney Lake and White River each has two finalists. The Panthers got Andrew Cunningham (103) and Nick Bendon (140) through. White River is represented by Alec Williams (140) and Chase Meyers (215).
In Class 2A, Cam Wade from Archbishop Murphy (145) earned a spot in the finals of the championship bracket with a 11-7 win over Chris Rowe of Selah. Wade will take on Connor Pelzel of Centralia in the finals. At 135, Feynman Lang of Interlake lost a semifinal match.
Sam Chapman of Vahson is a 1A finalist at 112.
On the girls side, five local wrestlers will be in the championship spotlight – Jomae Alewine of Lake Stevens (103), Jocie Weinberger of Federal Way (130), Alexis Willcher of Skyline (145), Lilia Gudzyuk of Auburn Mountainview (152) and Chantelle Bailey of Enumclaw (171). Bailey is the defending champion. Sedro-Wolley has the team title wrapped up.