Everett wrestlers finish second to Ferndale at districts

MARYSVILLE — Five Everett wrestlers advanced to championship bouts and six more finished third to punch tickets to regionals but the Seagulls were no match from the wrestlers from up north.

Ferndale, which wrestles in the Northwest Conference but is teamed with the five Wesco 3A North teams at districts, easily won the district tournament with a total of 369.5 points. Everett was second with 282.

Quentin Watson was Everett’s lone champion at 145 pounds, beating Marysville Getchell’s Daniel Knowlton 3-2 in the title match.

Marysville Pilchuck, which finished fourth behind Oak Harbor, got titles from Killian Page, a state favorite at 160 pounds, who beat Everett’s Pablo Yeo handily 20-4 and Drew Hatch, who shut out Stanwood’s Anthony Ortega 8-0 at 170.

Stanwood’s Jacob Cole beat teammate West Weinert 28-23 in a wild championship bout and Foster Wasde beat Ferndale’s Hunter Grunhurd 8-1 at 195.

At Marysville Pilchuck H.S.

Top 3 qualify for regionals

Team scores: Ferndale 369.5, Everett 282, Oak Harbor 258, Marysville Pilchuck 235, Stanwood 207, Marysville Getchell 117.

Championship results

106—Biscuits Graves (F) pinned C.J. Goodman (MP) 3:38; 113—Christian Bertram (OH) dec. Isaiah Heredia (F) 5-4; 120—Devon Bennet (F) dec. Bryan Sanchez (E) 6-1; 126—Jacob Cole (S) dec. West Weinert (S) 28-23; 132—Jeremy Vester (OH) dec. Christian Bagdadi (E) 7-1; 138—Jahleel Vester (OH) pinned Kane Ayling (S) 5:55; 145—Quentin Watson (E) dec. Daniel Knowlton (MG) 3-2; 152—Mark Johnston (OH) maj. dec. Jasen Bergesen (E) 11-1; 160—Killian Page (MP) tech. fall Pablo Yeo (E) 20-4; 170—Drew Hatch (MP) maj. dec. Anthony Ortega (S) 8-0; 182—Klinton Maassen (F) dec. Garret Arrona (S) 7-6; 195—Foster Wade (S) dec. Hunter Grunhurd (F) 8-1; 220—Patrick Condon (F) dec. Ray Quinday (OH) 4-2; 285—Chris Hernandez (F) dec. Jackson Constant (OH).

Additional regional qualifiers

106—Sean Underhill (E); 113—Patrick West (E); 120—Joel Delgadillo (E); 126—Adaeus Wilson-Premo (F); 132—Ryan Daurie (MP); 138—Mike Allred (E); 145—Ben Broselle (F); 152—Keith Pablo (MP); 160—Taylor Bellefuille (F); 170—Charnjit Mattu (F); 182—Ilya Nikitenko (MP); 190—Jacob Dugin (OH); 220—Austin Brown (MP); 285—Andrew Johnson (E).

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