Prep wrestling: Mariner Double Dual

EVERETT — Shorewood came out swinging against the Scots, getting a huge boost when first year wrestler Abiel Tesfamarian edged out a one-point victory at 120 pounds. Shorewood went on to win four of the next five matches to build an insurmountable lead, winning 47-30. In their second match Shorewood held off Lynnwood 45-22. In a back and forth affair it was Shorewood’s superior team depth that made the difference. Sophomore Braden Kalloway continued his strong start to the season by picking up two first round pins, improving his record to 6-0 overall, all by pin.

Shorewood 47, Shorecrest 30

At Mariner H.S.

106—Kyle Malcom (SC) pinned Robel Tesfamarian 1:24; 113—Spencer Coffee (SC) won by forfeit; 120—Abiel Tesfamarian (SW) dec. Luke Latawa 6-5; 126—Kyle Smythe (SC) won by forfeit; 132—Matthew Floresca (SW) won by forfeit; 138—Erik Harris-Uldall (SW) tech. fall Kelly McCaffrey 16-1; 145—Rikio Campbell (SW) dec. Ricky Moraguez 5-1; 152—Braden Kalloway (SW) pinned Josiah Glessner 1:15; 160—Tim Welsch (SC) pinned Dillon Behen 3:12; 170—Sam Jang (SW) won by forfeit; 182—Nick Teeters (SW) pinned Chris Seyfried 1:25; 195—Aaron Feagan (SC) pinned Coby Lapinski 2:43; 220—Ben Avila (SW) won by forfeit; 285—Erca Erdenebayer (SW) pinned Joe Lancaster 1:38; Records—Shorewood 2-0 overall. Shorecrest 0-1.

Shorewood 45, Lynnwood 22

At Mariner H.S.

103—Robel Tesfamarian (SW) won by forfeit; 113—Double forfeit; 120—Caleb Lubag (LYNN) pinned Abiel Tesfamarian 3:43; 126—Double forfeit; 132—Matthew Floresca (SW) pinned Isaiah Calloway :43; 138—Matthew Calkins (LYNN) maj. dec. Erik Harris-Uldall 13-1; 145—Rikio Campbell (SW) dec. Reald Markokaj 3-1; 152—Braden Kalloway (SW) pinned Cody Stocker :40; 160—Hunter Lord (LYNN) pinned Dillon Behen :35; 170—Sam Jang (SW) pinned Robert Gammon 1:57; 182—Cameron Anstice (LYNN) pinned Nick Teeters :20; 195—Coby Lapinski (SW) won by forfeit; 220—Ben Avila (SW) won by forfeit; 285—Erca Erdenebayer (SW) won by forfeit. Records—Shorewood 2-0 overall. Lynnwood 1-2.

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