Prep wrestling: Marysville Getchell Double Dual

MARYSVILLE— Meadowdale swept host school Marysville Getchell 55-29 and Monroe 46-27 at the Marysville Getchell Double Dual meet held on Thursday night.

Mavericks wrestler Morgan Smith beat Cody Stone in a matchup of two of the area’s best.

“We wanted to see how Morgan Smith would do against our kids tonight,” said Chargers head coach Todd Freeman. “We put Cody Stone against him, and he didn’t give up. It was a good measuring stick for us.”

Smith would go one to major decision Stone 15-2 in that match, while pinnng Max Surdyk of Monroe in 1:54 in the earlier in the evening.

In the other matches from the double dual the Bearcats would defeat Lynnwood 38-33, and Marysville Getchell would defeat Lynnwood as well by a score of 48-36.

At Marysville Getchell H.S.

Monroe 38, Lynnwood 33

106—Staci Turnbow (M) won by forfeit; 113—Double forfeit; 120—Christian Pridgeon (M) pinned Caleb Lubag 3:01; 126—Taylor Chatterton (M) won by forfeit; 132—Austin Pierre (M) tech. fall Isaiah Calloway 15-0; 138—Matthew Caulkin (L) dec. McKinley Braa 8-7; 145—D’Marco DeGross (M) pinned Zach Lubag 1:46; 152—Nick DiMonda (M) dec. Costas Tompkins 9-4; 160—Hunter Lord (L) pinned Max Surdyk 1:01; 170—Jacob Mast (M) pinned Robert Gammon :53; 182—Cameron Anstice (L) pinned Wyatt Smith 1:30; 195—Andy Soeur (L) won by forfeit; 220—Melvin Zepeda (L) won by forfeit; 285—Justin Coates (L) won by forfeit.

Records—Lynnwood 1-4 overall. Monroe 1-2.

Meadowdale 46, Monroe 27

106—Mark Evanks (MD) pinned Staci Turnbow (M) 1:13; 113—Beck Millet (MD) won bnby forfeit; 120—Christian Pridgeon (MD) pinned Andrew Kim :38; 126—Taylor Chatterton (M) won by forfeit; 132—Austin Pierre (M) pinned David Phan 3:19; 138—Nate Tibbot (MD) maj. dec. McKinley Braa 19-9; 145—Colton Davis (MD) pinned D’Marco DeGross 2:45; 152—Nick DiMonda (M) dec. Jeff Thompson 10-6; 160—Morgan Smith (MD) pinned Max Surdyk 1:54; 170—Josiah Evans (MD) pinned Jacob Mast 2:19; 182—Wyatt Smith (M) pinned Calvin Dygert 3:52; 195—Double forfeit; 220—Clavan Ball (MD) won by forfeit; 285—Tim Smith (MD) won by forfeit.

Records—Meadowdale 3-1 overall. Monroe 1-2.

Meadowdale 55, M. Getchell 29

106—Marc Evanks (M) pinned Parker Siko 1:09; 113—Beck Millet (M) pinned Austin Robels 1:43;

120—Billy Almachar (MG) tec. fall Andrew Kim 18-3; 126—Gabriel Broome (MG) won by forfeit; 132—Beau Wells (MG) won by forfeit;

138—John Bui (MG) pinned David Phan 2:58; 145—Nate Tibbott (M) maj. dec. Chris Paulk 16-2; 152—Colton Davis (M) pinned Daniel Knowlton 3:23; 160—Jeff Thompson (M) pinned Justin Cook 4:41; 170—Morgan Smith (M) maj. dec. Cody Stone 15-2; 182—Josiah Evans (M) tec. fall Paul Bui 19-4; 195—Clavan Ball (M) won by forfeit; 220—Tim Smith (M) won by forfeit: 285—Alfredo Diaz (MG) won by forfeit.

Records—Meadowdale 3-1 overall. Marysville Getchell 2-4.

M. Getchell 48, Lynnwood 36

106—Parker Siko (MG) won by forfeit; 113—Austin Robels won by forfeit; 120—Billy Almachar (MG) pinned Caleb Lubag 2:40;

126—Gabriel Broom (MG) won by forfeit; 132—Beay Wells (MG) Isaiah Calloway :45; 138—Matthew Caulkins (L) pinned John Bui 1:10;

145—Chris Paulk (MG) pinned Zach Lubag 3:45; 152—Costes Thomakins-Zweethorst (L) pinned Justin Cook 1:38; 160—Hunter Lord (L) won by forfeit; 170—Cody Stone (MG) pinned Robert Gammon 1:06; 182—Cameron Anstice (L) pinned Paul Bui :39; 195—Andy Soeur (L) won by forfeit;

220—Melvin Zebeda (L) won by forfeit; 285—Alfredo Diaz (MG) pinned Justin Coates 1:33.

Records—Lynnwood 1-4 overall. Marysville Getchell 2-4.

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