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Marauders hoping to build on successful start to the season | Wrestling

Mariner girls show early promise at Everett Lady Classic tourney


Last updated 12/18/2019 at 10:52am

David R Pan

Mariner's Liyah Tesfay waits for the referee to blow his whistle during a 140-pound match against Cascade's Nadia Diaz-Luna at the Everett Lady Classic Saturday, Dec. 14, at Everett High School. Tesfay later went on to record a pin against Diaz-Luna, one of two she executed in the tournament.

The numbers for the Mariner boys wrestling team are down a little bit from last year, but coach Joe Barrington-Richards has been pleased by what he's seen on the mat.

"It's nice to see the high quality of wrestling so early on," said Barrington-Richards, who is in his first season as head coach after being promoted from assistant. "We still need our conditioning to come back to  us. ... I think we're on track to keep excelling and growing throughout the season."

Mariner is led by two state returners – juniors Jose Zamora Solorzano (113/120 pounds) and senior Joseph Adee (145/152).

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