Prep wrestling: Cascade 42, Lynnwood 21

BOTHELL — Cascade’s Andrew Raymond won the first match of the night at heavyweight in overtime and the Bruins rolled from their, winning the final match of the season. It was Senior Night for Lynnwood, which got a solid performance from senior Matthew Calkins at 145 pounds. Calkins beat Cascade’s Derrick Rongholt 7-5 in overtime.

At Lynnwood H.S.

106—Double forfeit; 113—Nenai Lee (C) dec. Oscar Salazar 4-2; 120—David Garcia (C) pinned Caleb Lubag 1:56; 126—Luke Requa (C) maj. dec. Luel Wolde 17-7; 132—Wyatt Larsen (C) pinned Josh Collins 1:32; 138—Luke Leboof (C) maj. dec. Nate Paulson 18-4; 145—Matthew Calkins (L) dec. Derrick Rongholt 7-5, OT; 152—Gino Obregon (C) won by forfeit; 160—Cody Stocker (L) won by forfeit; 170—Kellen Polk (C) pinned Reald Markokaj 4:31; 182—Hunter Lord (L) won by forfeit; 195—Juan Garcia (C) dec. Mahdi Shahhosseini 6-5; 220—Manuel Vazquez (L) pinned David Guttierrez 3:49; 285—Andrew Raymond (C) dec. E. Jeong 4-3, OT. Records—Cascade 2-3 league, 4-4 overall. Lynnwood 3-2, 8-3.

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