Prep wrestling: Edmonds Woodway 43, Jackson 22

At Jackson H.S.

106—Cole Anderson (J) def. Ebrima Fatty, 9-0; 113—Gabe Balthazar (EW) def Sabastian Fandino, 2-1; 120—Sidat Kenyi (EW) pinned Trevor Cook, 1:25; 126—Nathan Nash (EW) pinned Dartagnan Phan, 2:43 132—Jay Burns (J) dec. Jackson Fair, 4-2 OT; 138—Jonah Cortezzo (EW) won by forfeit 145—Cole Mellot (J) dec. Trevor Hendricks, 9-8; 152—Nathan Vulliet (EW) def. Ben O’Neal 3-1 160— Justin Gunn (EW) maj. dec. Alex Roberts, 12-4 170—Jonah Perez (EW) pinned Derek Strom, 2:58 182—Spencer Schultz (EW) dec. Cade Christensen, 9-4; 195—Jasen Turnquist (EW) pinned John Villanueva, 2:44 220—Sterling Stewart (J) won by forfeit 285—Justin Young (J) pinned Cole Akers, 3:30; Records—Edmonds-Woodway 1-0 league, 2-1 overall. Jackson 0-1, 4-3.

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