Prep wrestling: Lakewood 46, Granite Falls 30

At Lakewood H.S.

106—Katie Kortekaas (L) dec. Adam Gibson, 11-8; 113—Logan Corbin (GF) dec. Tommie Mostellar, 7-1; 120—Ryan Nash (GF) won by forfeit; 126—Ethan Short (GF) pinned Brendan Lawton, 0:37; 132—Tristin Daniels (GF) pinned Ryan Knapp, 3:12; 138—Drake Mostellar (L) pinned Jared Lander, 3:33; 145—Riley Hansen (GF) dec. Cameron Wheeler, 6-2; 152—Jeremy Peterson (L) pinned Jacob Bates, 1:50; 160—Tysen Campbell (GF) dec. Gage Gilbertson, 4-3; 170—Jeff Harrison (L) pinned Michael Poyner, 1:32; 182—Travis Eddy (L) pinned Dan Lawsin, 2:27; 195—James Girgio (L) won by forfeit; 220—Carl Lunn (L) won by forfeit; 285—Tristin Nelson (L) pinned Drake Sanders, 1:11; Records—Granite Falls 1-2 league, 4-6 overall. Lakewood 3-1, 7-3.

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