Coach forgot to mention that there is a volunteer opportunity for 2 hours of community service to go towards your letterman. He is asking for about 4 to 5 people to help someone move a few things. If you are able to do so please meet at Issaquah High School at 11:15 am tomorrow morning. If you drive and will volunteer for this you can meet coach at the school and follow him to the persons house. I apologize for the last minute email and hopefully some of you will take advantage of this opportunity. If you have any questions please feel free to email me. Thanks for your help in advance!
Don't forget to save the date March 17th Thursday for our wrestling banquet!
If you haven't already RSVP'd or paid for the banquet please do so by February 29th Monday! You can mail the payment to me at my address or send it with your wrestler to give to Chase Helgeson or Chance Gunter. Hope to see everyone there!
Congratulations to these three wrestlers for making it to State! They will be wrestling at the Dome this weekend!
From left to right:
Gunnar Starren took 4th place in the 138 lbs weight class, Stevie Solusod took 2nd in the 126 lbs weight class, and Kaleb Solusod took 4th in the 145 lbs weight class.
Congratulations to the following wrestlers as well- Kai Hapke, Chance Gunter, and Terry Zaragoza. They will be going as alternates to the Dome!
WSWA Chuck Bullard Folkstyle State Championship @ the Tacoma DomeThis is a pre-registration and pre-pay event. Registration will close ator before if the 1600 entry limit is reached. You must have a full USAW athlete card to register. Limited Folkstyle Cards will need to be upgrade before you will be allowed to register. Register ASAP copy and past link to your browser.The only weigh-in for the 2015 WSWA Folkstyle State Tournament will be heldat Fife HS 5616 20th St E Fife, WA 98424. Pee Wee thru Novice weigh in from Schoolboy thru Senior (Open) weigh in from . Make sure your nails are clipped. If you have a skin condition you must have a note from your doctor indicating it is not contagious or you may be disqualified. Please wear your singlet to weigh-in. You must weigh-in in a singlet and there is no weight allowance. You will weigh-in at scratch weight. If you miss weight you will be moved to the weight class you weigh-in at. You must have your USAW ATHLETES CARD with you to weigh-in.Pre-sale tournament apparel will be available at weigh-in cash, check or credit.Pre-sale tickets will be available at weigh-in for $10 cash only. All adults (except open division wrestlers) must purchase a event ticket to enter the dome. Coaches must purchase and event ticket to get in the dome and then Bronze Level Coaches can pick up a free coaches floor pass at the coaches table with photo ID and their 2015 USAW Coaches Card with Bronze Level Certification.Doors will open at the Tacoma Dome on. All spectators, coaches, and wrestlers (except open division) will enter through the upper concourse level. Open Division wrestlers need to enter through the NE lower gate F. Wrestlers may bring in nutritional food and drink. No other outside food, drink or coolers allowed. Wrestling will start in the Tacoma Dome at for Pee-Wee through Novice divisions. This should finish by . Wrestling for Schoolboy-girl through Open will start around . This group should finish by . Award will be presented within 30 min of the completion of each weight bracket. Some brackets may require a true second match. Placing is to 8th so do not leave until you are sure you have been eliminated.Parking in the Tacoma Dome lots is $10. There is free parking on the street and in the Tacoma Station parking garage 3 blocks from the dome.RV parking available at the Tacoma Dome RV lot I on a first come basis. Tel: 253.272.3663Email: email@example.com | 2727 East D Street | Tacoma, WA 98421
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Who wouldn't be all smiles after being KingCo Champs and Coaches of the year?! Big MAHALO to all of you for the hard work and time that is spent with the wrestling team! It is because of all of you that they are champs once again! From left to right: Coach Schiller, Coach Brown, Coach Hyatt, and Coach Hammy and not pictured Coach Davis!
Happy coaches at the End Of Days Tournament! The team brought home another trophy (plaque) for taking second place at the tournament behind Lake Stevens! Happy Coaches, happy wrestlers! This is the first season that the Issaquah wrestlers have placed in every tournament that they have attended! Congrats to the coaches and the team!
There were ten placers at the tournament. Top row: Kacie Moorehouse took 1st place, Chip Hoehl took 3rd place, Kaleb Solusod took 2nd place, Chase Helgeson took 3rd place, Dean Pearson took 3rd place, Gunnar Starren took 1st place, and Addie Meija took 1st place. Bottom row: Dakota Kutz took 1st place, William Tickman took 1st place, and Stevie Solusod took 2nd place! Congrats to all of them and the other wrestlers that wrestled at the tournament! What a way to end the tournament season! Go Issy!
Senior night was a success! Sad to see these 12 Seniors wrestle at their last home meet! Congratulations on all of you for making it this far! Bottom row: Dakota Kutz 132 lbs, Chris Bailey 126 lbs, Chip Hoehl 126 lbs, Stevie Solusod 126 lbs, Nyan Hartman 145 lbs Top Row: Kai Hapke 160 lbs, Danny Quaranta 170 lbs, Chance Gunter 182 lbs, Jacob Ruehle 195 lbs, Ruben Orta 220 lbs, Vincent Li 152 lbs, and Kacie Moorehouse 170 lbs! Good luck to all of you in your future endeavors!
Here are the wrestlers that medaled in their weight class at the Everett Classic tournament.
From left to right: Nyan Hartman, Dakota Kutz, Gunnar Starren, Chase Helgeson, Will Tickman, Dean Pearson, Terry Zaragoza, Jacob Lerch, Danny Quaranta, Kam Soloweiji, Stevie Solusod, Nate Paulson, Chip Hoehl, Chance Gunter, Addie Mejia, and Kacie Moorehouse. That is almost half the team! Congratulations wrestlers! Way to go out there and put it all out on the mat and finish with a medal!