Federal Way Mirror Male Athlete of the Week for Feb. 14: Bradley Tyack

Decatur senior becomes 170-pound champion at sub-regional wrestling tournament, awarded NPSL Olympic Division Wrestler of the Year.

Decatur High School senior Bradley Tyack, wrestling, was selected as the Federal Way Mirror Male Athlete of the Week for Feb. 14.

Q: What is your favorite subject/class in school?

A: Science.

Q: What other activities/hobbies do you enjoy?

A: Martial arts, playing guitar.

Q: Person who has helped you succeed the most?

A: My parents, my family and my freestyle wrestling coach Brian Pederson.

Q: The best advice I’ve ever been given by a coach is:

A: “Never stop moving” and “always be in control.”

Q: What is your favorite post-match meal?

A: Ice cream.

Q: Song you currently can’t stop listening to?

A: I don’t currently have a favorite song.

From the sideline: Decatur High School senior Bradley Tyack won the championship at the North Puget Sound League Olympic Division Sub Regional Wrestling Tournament at the 170-pound weight class on Feb. 7. He was also selected as the NPSL Olympic Division Wrestler of the Year by member school coaches. Bradley will continue in the postseason in hopes of improving on his fifth-place finish at the 2019 WIAA 4A Mat Classic State Wrestling Tournament. Bradley has completed college prep course work at Decatur High School and through homeschooling to help prepare him for post-high school education. He has signed a National Letter of Intent to continue his academic and athletic pursuits in wrestling at Corbin College in Oregon.


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