Junior mentioned in northern press.

Seattle Times | February 22, 2014

“Senior Noah Cuzzetto came up short at 132. He lost 6-2 in overtime to Union’s Junior Godinho in the biggest upset of the tournament. Cuzzetto had won two titles at Edmonds-Woodway before moving to Lake Stevens last summer.”

The Herald of Everett, Washington | February 22, 2014

Viking senior Noah Cuzzetto, who won two state titles while at Edmonds-Woodway, failed in his bid to become a three-time state champion, losing to Union’s Junior Godinho 6-2 in overtime.

The News Tribune | February 22, 2014

One “Untouchables” wrestler was taken down. Lake Stevens’ Noah Cuzzetto, a two-time state champion, was upended in overtime by Union’s Junior Godinho, 6-2, in the 132 finals at 4A.


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