Prep wrestling: Lynnwood 49, Jackson 24

At Lynnwood H.S.

106—Cole Anderson (J) dec. Oscar Salazar, 2-0; 113—Sebastian Fandino (J) won by forfeit; 120—Caleb Lubag (L) dec. Trevor Cook, 4-3; 126—Enrique Guererro (L) pinned Dartagnan Than, 0:26; 132—Jay Burns (J) dec. Nate Taulson, 8-7 OT; 138—Matthew Calkins (L) pinned Bradley Martin, 0:52; 145—Cole Mellot (J) inj. def. Rob Kluth, 5-0; 152—Cody Stocker (L) pinned Ben O’Neill, 2:43; 160—Reald Markokaj (L) maj. dec. Hunter Saunders, 15-1; 170—Hunter Lord (L) pinned Alex Roberts, 1:40; 182—Cole Anstice (L) pinned Derek Storm, 4:56; 195—Manuel Vazquez (L) pinned Elijah Walken, 1:15; 220—Mahdi Shahhosseini (L) pinned Sterling Steward, 4:30; 285—Reeyad Ali (J) pinned E.Juong, :28 Records—Jackson Not Reported. Lynnwood 3-0, 8-1.

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