Nine female student wrestlers and one adult coach stand holding trophy for group photo indoors.

Kiersten Lees, coach Melina Aguilar, Adrienne Locke, coach carver, Aliyha Vargas, Violet Hancock, Victoria Nicacio, Natalie Logan, Jaden Leonard, and Alaina Kestner of Girls Wrestling celebrate victories this winter.

This week at sub-regional wrestling competitions, both Boys Wrestling and Girls Wrestling teams representing Washougal High School brought home championships. Brody Davis, Ryan Langston, Isaac Gill, Kiersten Lees, Adrienne Locke, and Aliyha Vargas won their respective weight classes. A total of 23 Washougal High School wrestlers are advancing to regional competitions on Saturday, February 11, 2023.

“The Washougal High School wrestling teams are so deserving of this victory. This has been a season of growth, competition, and camaraderie. Their hard work and commitment is paying off,” said Brian Wilde, athletic director at Washougal High School.

Two boys wrestle on a wrestling mat indoors.

Boys Wrestling, Winter 2023.

Washougal School District celebrates a long tradition of excellence in the wrestling program. Girls wrestling has placed in 12 league championships, two regional championships, and two state championships since 1996. Boys wrestling has placed in nine league championships, four district championships, and six state championships since 1975.

On Saturday, February 11, Boys Wrestling will compete in regionals at Aberdeen High School at 10:00 am. Girls Wrestling will compete in regionals at Shelton High School on February 11 at 10:00 am.

Athletic and club events are funded by the Washougal School Levy. The levy supports great opportunities for students to explore their interests, develop their talent, and share their passion with our community.  These events help us know, nurture and challenge all of our students to rise!