Prep wrestling: Kamiak 55, Jackson 15

At Kamiak H.S.

106—Trevor Cook (J) pinned Kyle James :53; 113—Josh Heitzman (K) pinned Sebastain Fandino (J) 1:23; 120—Ryan James (K) pinned :55 Bradly Martin (J) :55; 126—Nathan Goodwin (K) dec. Jay Burns 10-8 ; 132—Alex Maxey (K) pinned Issac Dickerson 5:40; 138—Tyler Frisch (K) dec. Ben O’Neal 6-4; 145—Jacob Butler (K) maj. dec. Cole Mellott 10-0; 152—Mike McDonnell (K) pinned CJ Gannon (J); 160—David Bikoev (K) by tec. fall Alex Warner 20-4; 170— Tyler Webley-Kunard (K) pinned Dustin Shaffer (J) :57;182 Kyle Sullivan (K) by MD. 14-1 over Cade Christensen (J); 195— Hector Morrell Jr. (J) dec. Michael Powell 6-4; 220—Jordan Mochmar (K) pinned Ed Vasilchenko :46; 285 Reeyad Ali (J) won by Forfeit.

Records—Jackson 1-1 league, 1-4 overall. Kamiak 1-0, 1-6.

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