Prep wrestling: Marysville Pilchuck Double Dual

At Marysville Pilchuck H.S.

Snohomish 60, Marysville Pilchuck 18

106—Wyatt Butler (S) pinned Sam Foss 2:44; 113—Brad Hodkinson (S) pinned Jonathan Neumann :48; 120—Jacob Greene (MP) forfeit; 126—Ryan Daurie (MP) dec. Noah Bomar 4-2; 132—Keaton Mills (S) pinned Israel Lopez 5:14; 138—Greg Eagle (S) maj. dec. Rigo Perez 17-2; 145—Josef Proffitt (S) pinned Anthony Moffitt 3:22; 152—Killian Page (MP) dec. Jacob Proffitt 3-2; 160—Tanner Perry (S) pinned Hunter Hintze 1:44; 170—Kodiak Landis (S) pinned Victor Alday :46; 182—Garrett Stich pinned Jake Merrick 1:31; 195—Tristan Baus (S) pinned Ismael Perez 4:50; 220—Mario Rojas (S) pinned Jacob Anglim :44; 285—Jory Cooper (MP) pinned Alex Fairhurst :41. Records—Snohomish 3-1 overall. Marysville Pilchuck 2-2.

Glacier Peak 43, Marysville Pilchuck 36

106—Sam Foss (MP) pinned Samir Mahmoud 2:51; 113—Mats Homaud (GP) pinned Jonathan Neumann 3:42; 120—Caleb Schloss (GP) forfeit; 126—John Kim (GP) dec. Ryan Daurie 6-4; 132—Ethan Barr (GP) maj. dec. Israel Lopez 14-3; 138—Rigo Perez (MP) pinned Daniel Colbert 1:59; 145—Anthony Moffitt (MP) pinned Michael Matwichuk 1:28; 152—Killian Page (MP) pinned Daniel Bastion :59; 160—Logan Coleman (GP) pinned Hunter Hintze 3:02; 170—Tyler Sabin (GP) pinned Victor Alday 1:17; 182—Jake Merrick (MP) maj. dec. Brock Just 22-4; 195—Sean Elledge (GP) pinned Ismael Perez 3:53; 220—Jacob Anglim pinned Payton Johnson 2:32. 285—Moses Fitita (GP) pinned Jory Cooper 2:17. Records—Glacier Peak 2-0 overall. Marysville Pilchuck 2-2.

Snohomish 74, Marysville Getchell 6

106—Wyatt Butler (S) pinned Park Siko 1:09; 113—Brad Hodkinson (S) won by forfeit; 120—Billy Almachar (MG) won by forfeit; 126—Noah Bomar (S) pinned Beau Wells 1:35; 132—Keaton Mills (S) pinned Trong Huynh 1:29; 138—Greg Eagle (S) tec. fall Daniel Knowlton 17-2; 145—Joseph Proffitt (S) pinned Chris Paulk 1:08; 152—Jacob Proffitt (S) Alex Morton 1:44; 160—Tanner Perry (S) pinned Justin Cook 1:52; 170—Kodiak Landis (S) dec. Cody Stone 7-2; 182—Garrett Stich (S) pinned Paul Bui :53; 195—Tristan Baus (S) won by forfeit; 220—Mario Rojas (S) won by forfeit; 285—Alex Fairhurst (S) won by forfeit.

Records—Snohomish 3-1 overall. Marysville Getchell 1-3.

Glacier Peak 69, Marysville Getchell 6

106—Mats Haineburg (GP) pinned Park Siko 3:00;

113—Samir Mahmoud (GP) won by forfeit; 120—Billy Almachar pinned Caleb Schloss :51; 126—John Kim (GP) pinned Beau Wells 5:32;

132—Ethan Barr (GP) pinned Trong Huynh ;54; 138—Daniel Colbert (GP) pinned Daniel Knowlton 5:33; 145—Michael Matwichuk (GP) dec. Chris Paulk 7-5; 152—Daniel Bastion (GP) dec. Alex Norton 15-11; 160—Logan Coleman (GP) pinned Justin Cook 1:52; 170—Tyler Sabin (GP) dec. Cody Stone 3-2; 182—Shawn Elledge (GP) pinned Paul Bui ;51; 195—Brock Just (GP) won by forfeit; 220—Payton Johnson (GP) won by forfeit; 285—Moses Fifita (GP) won by forfeit.

Records—Glacier Peak 2-0 overall. Marysville Getchell 1-3.

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