Arlington wrestling comes from behind to beat Kamiak 45-30

ARLINGTON — Starting with a pin by Tyler Lindberg at 285 pounds, Arlington reeled off wins by pin in five of its next six matches to come from 18 points down to take the lead an win the Wesco crossover meet. Senior captain Conner Gonzales sealed the win with a first-period pin in the 138-pound match agains Mark Bienick.

At Arlington H.S.

106—Trey Swanson (A) pinned Kyle James 1:03; 113—Jeremy Nygard (A) pinned Talmage Nishimoto :31; 120—Ryan James (K) pinned Danny Herrera 3:35; 126—Clayton Hunter (A) pinned Finn O’Hea 1:09; 132—Parker Spady (A) pinned Nathan Goodwin 1:45; 138—Conner Gonzales (A) pinned Mark Bienick 1:13; 145—Champ Barney (A) dec. Tyler Frisch 11-10; 152—Scott Bardell (A) dec. Spencer Mitchell 10-3; 160—David Bikoev (K) pinned George Spady 1:37; 170—Tyler Webley (K) pinned Ivan Garcia 0:36; 182—Jake Ferro (A) dec. Connor Mitchell 9-6; 195—Michael Powell (K) pinned Brice Clariday 4:55; 220—Tanner Kunard (K) pinned DeeShawn Benjamin 3:58; 285—Tyler Lindberg (A) pinned Jacob DeCook 0:47. Records—Kamiak 0-3 overall. Arlington 3-0.

It was a night full of pins. The match started at 152 and Kamiak jumped

out to a 24-6 lead after the first 6 matches. Arlington came zooming back

with pins in 5 of the next 6 matches. Senior captain Conner Gonzales

sealed the win with his 1st-period pin in the 138-pound match.

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