Prep wrestling: NW Duals

At Portland, OR

Snohomish 60, Woodburn 15

106—Wyatt Butler (S) pinned David Mann, 1:04; 113—Michel Vazquez (W) pinned Brad Hodkinson, 1:51; 120—Conner Snow (S) dec. Temoatzin Lopez, 4-0; 126—Antonio Rodriguez (W) pinned Noah Bomar, 4:21; 132—Keaton Mills (S) pinned Eddie Bravo, 1:06; 138—Greg Eagle (S) pinned Gavril Snegirev, 1:06; 145—Rodolfo Hernandez (W) dec. Joseph Proffit, 8-6; 152—Jacob Proffit (S) dec. Stephan Snegireff, 6-2; 160—Tanner Perry (S) pinned Arturo Perez, 5:43; 170—Kodaik Landis (S) pinned Joel Coronado, 1:10; 182—Justin Kearney (S) pinned Gavino Reyes, 1:43; 195—Tristan Baus (S) pinned Kirik Scheratski, 1:30; 220—Alex Fairhurst (S) pinned Julian Egoroff, 0:40; 285—Mario Rojas (S) pinned Armando Hernandez, 0:55.

Snohomish 51, Tualatin 19

106—Wyatt Butler (S) won by forfeit; 113—Jeff Whitaker (T) pinned Brad Hodkinson, 3:31; 120—Conner Snow (S) pinned Alexey Blair, 3:51; 126—Noah Bomar (S) pinned Mathieu Gleason, 1:05; 132—John Whitaker (T) dec. Keaton Mills, 11-4; 138—Greg Eagle (S) pinned Aleksey Milekhin, 0:44; 145—Blake Reser (T) dec. Joseph Proffit, 8-6; 152—Jacob Proffit (S) pinned Graye Norlin, 5:23; 160—Tanner Perry (S) pinned Franklin Giannone, 3:00; 170—Kage Wabaunsee (T) maj. dec. Kodiak Landis, 13-4; 182—Justin Kearney (S) dec. Kellen Poti, 4-3; 195—Tristan Baus (S) pinned Bryan Sobranis-Perez, 0:46; 220—Alex Fairhurst (S) pinned Andy Collins, 2:26; 285—Kenneth Walters (T) dec. Mario Rojas, 6-5.

Snohomish 78, St. Helens 0

106—Wyatt Butler (S) won by forfeit; 113—Brad Hodkinson (S) pinned Cole Snider, 1:48; 120—Conner Snow (S) pinned Jose Silva, 5:31; 126—Noah Bomar (S) pinned Jesse VanDerwall, 4:26; 132—Keaton Mills (S) pinned Andrew Duggan, 2:54; 138—Greg Eagle (S) pinned Jacob Cottman, 1:24; 145—Joseph Proffit pinned Avery Scott, 0:23; 152—Jacob Profitt pinned Jon Luttrell, 5:48; 160—Tanner Perry pinned Andrew Orr, 1:01; 170—Kodiak Landis pinned Zachary Jennings, 2:40; 182—Justin Kearney (S) won by forfeit; 195—Tristan Baus (S) won by forfeit; 220—Alex Fairhurst won by forfeit; 285—Mario Rojas (S) won by forfeit.

Snohomish 48, Aloha 21

106—Wyatt Butler pinned Omar Murphy, 4:27; 113—Brad Hodkinson (S) pinned Alex Ashbrook, 1:46; 120—Cason Wight (A) pinned Conner Snow, 5:52; 126—Noah Bomar (S) pinned Cesar Gonzalez-Rico, 2:00; 132—Keaton Mills (S) won by forfeit; 138—Greg Eagle (S) pinned Ryan Schwartz, 1:41; 145—Joseph Proffit (S) dec. Alec Chavez, 6-4 (OT); 152—Jacob Proffit (S) pinned Jose Sandoval, 1:37; 160—Tanner Perry (S) dec. Joey Williams, 5-4; 170—Maurice McSwain (A) dec. Kodiak Landis, 8-7; 182—Concepcion Rodelo (A) dec. Justin Kearney, 5-2; 195—Tristan Baus (S) pinned Grant Meyer, 1:43; 220—Ryan Papenfuhs (A) dec. Alex Fairhurst, 3-1; 285—Cortez Rodelo (A) pinned Mario Rojas, 1:30.

Snohomish 34, Sweet Home 30

106—Wyatt Butler (Sno) dec. Tyrel Miller, 7-4; 113—Tyler Schilling (SH) tech. fall Brad Hodkinson, 19-3; 120—Justin Nicholson (SH) pinned Conner Snow, 1:08; 126—Noah Bomar (Sno) maj. dec. Anthony Hardee, 10-0; 132—Colton Schilling (SH) pinned Keaton Mills, 0:31; 138—Greg Eagle (Sno) pinned Ryan Adams, 1:44; 145—Brandon Keenon (SH) dec. Joseph Proffit, 6-4; 152—Tyler Cowger (SH) maj. dec. Joseph Proffit, 9-1; 160—Tanner Perry (Sno) dec. Trever Olson, 9-3; 170—Kodiak Landis (Sno) pinned Cole Ashcraft, 0:45; 182—Nate Melcher (SH) dec. Justin Kearney, 1-0; 195—Tristan Baus (Sno) pinned Wade Paulus, 1:40; 220—Alex Fairhurst (Sno) pinned David Skeen, 0:20; 285—Zach Gill (SH) dec. Mario Rojas, 2-1.

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