Prep wrestling: Shorewood 42, Mountlake Terrace 36

MOUNTLAKE TERRACE — Kevin Massy of Mountlake Terrace pinned Dawda Dibba down 14-4 with five seconds remaining in the penultimate match to tie it up 36-36 but Braden Kalloway was able to get a pin for Shorewood to sew up the Wesco 3A South win.

At Mountlake Terrace H.S.

106—Trung Bahn (MT) forfeit; 113—Robel Tesfamarian (SW) forfeit; 120—Tyler Hetherington (MT) pinned Abiel Tesfamarian 3:23; 126—Edom Tesfaye (SW) pinned Marquetta Johnson 1:32; 132—Matthew Floresca (SW) maj. dec. Taron Castleton 13-3; 138—Rikio Campbell (SW) dec. Danil Oliveroskiy; 145—Kevin Massey (MT) pinned Dawda Dibba 5:55; 152—Braden Kalloway (SW) pinned Shawn Poole 1:58; 160—Sam Jang (SW) pinned Theodor Alexander 1:09; 170—Syd Springberg (MT) pinned Andrew Chun 2:35; 182—Konnor Carpenter (SW) tech. fall Timmy Zuehl 17-2; 195—Brett Potter (MT) forfeit; 220—Ben Avila (SW) pinned Taylor Murgallis 1:26; 285—Kaleb Davis (MT) pinned Japhet Valladeres 1:32. Records—Shorewood 7-5 league, 1-1 overall. Mountlake Terrace 1-1, 3-6.

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