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Published: Wednesday, January 9, 2013, 8:05 p.m.

Prep wrestling: Darrington 43, Concrete 21

At Darrington H.S.
106--Double forfeit; 113--Elesha Forrest (D) dec. Emily Finley, 7-0; 120--Justin Beck (D) won by forfeit; 126--Colton Anderson (D) pinned Kayle Becker, 0:54; 132--Gibson Ficher (C) pinned Shane Kennamer, 0:25; 138--Gabe Johnson (D) won by forfeit; 145--Kyle Nushart (C) dec. Derrick Holm, 5-3; 152--Eugene Wojahn (D) won by forfeit; 160--Garrett Green (D) maj. dec. Justin Medlock, 14-2; 170--Oliver Rankin (D) pinned Seth Shaffer, 1:00; 182--Cody Holmstead (C) won by inj. def. Lane Montieth; 195--Double forfeit; 220--Mason McKenzie (D) pinned Robert Nevin, 2:08; 285--Double forfeit. Records--Concrete not reported. Darrington 5-0 league, 8-1 overall.

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