Cascade wrestlers edge Oak Harbor

Herald staff

OAK HARBOR – Last season, Oak Harbor and Cascade wrestled for the Western Conference 4A dual meet title with Cascade emerging the winner.

This season, it is a new league, and an arduous climb up the greased pole that is the Wesco North Division. That climb began again for both teams Thursday as Cascade downed Oak Harbor 38-29 in the league opener for both schools.

“It is a long season ahead,” said Oak Harbor coach Brian Farmer. “Cascade wrestled well.”

Farmer sees a dog fight over the next two months in a division stacked with strong teams from top to bottom.

“It’s going to be one heck of a battle. There are a lot of excellent teams in the league. It should be a gem of a season,” said Farmer. “We have battled Cascade hard over the past three years. Now we will face the well established programs in places like Lake Stevens, Arlington, Marysville and Stanwood,” said Farmer.

“It’s a good thing for the kids,” noted Farmer. “They will have to work hard and be at their best every week .”

Stanwood 44, Marysville-Pilchuck 24: Eric Olson pinned his opponent at 160 pounds with 1:44 gone in the first round to help Stanwood remain undefeated. Olson’s victory was the start of four consecutive pins, including victories by Jesse Jones (171), Clancy Seymour (189) and Darin Schwarze (215).

103-Hanks (M-P) dec. Barnes, 13-4; 112-Brown (Stan) pinned Hopkins, 1:38 1st round; 119-Willmaser (Stan) Votelho, 9-5; 125-Cornett (Stan) pinned Johnson, 3:50 2nd round; 130*-Zerfling (M-P) dec. Smith, 11-5; 135-Houston (Stan) dec. Lowry 15-0; 140-Orr (M-P) pinned Murdock, 2:41 2nd round; 145-Thompson (M-P) dec. Thompson, 15-2; 152-Delbrouck (M-P) dec. Webb, 9-7; 160-Olson (Stan) pinned Day, 1:44, 1st round; 171-Jones (Stan) pinned Muhlbeier, 1:01 1st round; 189-Seymour (Stan) pinned Swaldz, 3:15 2nd round; 215-Schwarze (Stan) pinned Weiser, 2:43 2nd round; 275-Oleson (M-P) dec. Redmond, 13-5. Records-Stanwood 1-0 in league, 3-0 overall. M-P 0-1, 2-1.

Lynnwood 51, Shorewood 30: Lynnwood won a Wesco South match that featured 10 pins, one decision and three forfeits. Reese Cogdill of Lynnwood decisioned Matt Desjardine 13-8 in the 215-pound match.

103-Malinovsky (SW) won by forfeit; 112-Arnez (SW) won by forfeit; 119-Saunders (SW) pinned Rhodes, 1:18 1st round; 125-Lagrandeur (Lynnwood) pinned Myers, 1:26 1st round; 130-Neal (Lynnwood) pinned Chang, :32, 1st round; 135-Al-Hussaini (Lynnwood) pinned Wyman, 1:25, 1st round; 140-Rosenkranz (SW) pinned Mingo, :12, 3ed round; 145-Clay (Lynnwood) pinned McPherson, 1:33, 3rd round; 152-Nguyen (Lynnwood) pinned Miranda, 1:28, 2nd round; 160-Payne (SW) pinned Robinson, 1:21, 1st round; 171-Still (Lynnwood) pinned Wyatt, :18, 3rd round; 189-Safadago (Lynnwood) won by forfeit; 215-Cogdill (Lynnwood) dec. Desjardine, 13-8; 275-Martin (Lynnwood) pinned Olwell, 1:36, 3rd round. Records-Lynnwood 1-0 in league, 1-1 overall. Shorewood 0-1, 0-2.

Shorecrest 45, Meadowdale 30: Pins by Jordan Hamanishi at 119-pounds and Joe Edwards-Hoff at 171 helped Shorecrest to its first victory in three years. Travis Meske (189) and David Rieben (215), although losing 5-4 decisions, averted pins to preserve the win for the Highlanders.

103-Perrin (M) pinned Cliney 1:12, 2nd; 112-Seeley (M) pinned James 1:42, 2nd; 119-Hamanishi (S) pinned Rossman :39, 2nd; 125-Blongren (M) pinned Phoulaiiat :29, 3rd; 130-Primacio (M) pinned Christiansen 1:06, 1st; 135-Castillo (S) pinned Miller 1:33, 3rd; 140-Lanctot (S); 145-Davis (S) won by forfeit; 152-Rel (S) pinned Rothfus :33, 3rd; 160-Matney (S) dec. Primacio 7-6; 171-Edwards-Hoff (S) pinned Vidmore :31, 2nd; 189-Miller (M) dec. Meske 5-4; 215-Power (M) dec. Rieben 5-4; 275-Tashjian (S) pinned Harbison :40, 2nd. Records-Meadowdale 0-1 in league, 0-3 overall. Shorecrest 1-0, 1-1.

Mountlake Terrace 45, Jackson 28: Consecutive pins by Ben Comeau (140-pounds), Eric Jansson (145) and Joe Kim (152) rallied the Hawks to the Wesco South victory.

103-Gentry (MLT) won by forfeit; 112-Brisbrey (J) dec. McVay 9-6; 119-Birkenbuel (J) dec. Stevenson 9-6.; 125-Lubash (J) won by forfeit; 130-Eaton (J) won by forfeit; 135-Spadola (MLT) won by forfeit; 140-Comeau (MLT) pinned Yonkers :56, 2nd; 145-Jansson (MLT) pinned Loya 1:15, 3rd; 152-Kim (MLT) pinned Fox 1:52, 1st; 160-Garton (MLT) dec. Croft 8-5; 171-Kummerfelt (J) dec. Westergard 9-0; 189-Lin (MLT) pinned Loya :51, 2nd; 215-McCosky(J) pinned Stacks :52, 2nd; 275-Olsen (MLT) won by forfeit.. Records-Jackson 0-1 in league, 0-3 overall. Mountlake Terrace 1-0, 3-0.

Mariner 38, Kamiak 33: Aaron Johnson (215 pounds) scored a pin 56 seconds into the second round in the final match of the evening to lead Mariner in a come-from-behind Wesco South victory. Trailing 33-21 with three matches remaining, Justin Evans and Victor Martinez each earned victories to put Mariner in position to win the event.

103-Double forfeit; 112-Johnson (Kam) pinned Hang, 3:01, 2nd round; 119-Murray (Mar) pinned Rich, 1:43, 1st round; 125-Castle (Mar) pinned Byers, 4:41, 3rd round; 130-McCoy (Kam) pinned Val, :25, 1st round; 135-Munoz (Kam) dec. Bush, 18-16; 140-Yasuda (Kam) pinned Hester, 3:55, 2nd round; 145-Aldrich (Mar) pinned Juljenjai, 1:14 1st round; 152-Vandriessche (Kam) pinned Miller, 1:14 1st round; 160-Hughes (Kam) pinned Varga, 1:27 1st round; 171-Evans (Mar) pinned Varg, 1:06 1st round; 189-Martinez (Mar) won by technical fall over Quarie, 23-6; 215-Johnson (Mar) pinned Kunkel, 2:56 2nd round; 275-Tuiasosopo (Mar) dec. Cox, 13-8. Records-Mariner 1-0 in league, 1-2-1 overall. Kamiak 0-1, 0-2.

Everett 48, Edmonds-Woodway 20: Tyler Hill of Everett was taken to overtime before defeating Edmonds-Woodway’s Casey Cagley 16-14 in the 112-pound weight class in the Wesco South meet.

103-Burdik (EW) dec. Sandowsky, 15-1; 112-Hill (Everett) dec. Cagley, 16-14 (OT); 119-Treiu (EW) dec. T. Irwin, 14-3; 125-Hadreas (EW) won by technical fall over B. Irwin, 18-0; 130-Ordona (Everett) pinned Korbein, 1:53; 135-Kaine (Everett) won by technical fall over Alfi, 17-1; 140-Shepard (Everett) pinned White, 3:30; 145-Daoust (Everett) pinned J. Olson, 2:15; 152-Hanchette (EW) dec. Bernhardt, 14-8; 160-Bagley (Everett) pinned Willcox, 1:21; 171-Wadell (Everett) dec. Lewis, 8-0; 189-Reed (EW) dec. Contreras, 14-5; 215-Turner (Everett) pinned Sadowski, 2:46; 275-Woods (Everett) pinned M. Olson, 4:22. Records-Everett 1-0 in league, 2-1 overall. Edmons-Woodway 0-1, 1-2.

South Whidbey 45, Nooksack Valley 25: Adam Jaffe scored all nine points in the third round to take the 140-pound match with a 9-8 decision to lead South Whidbey to the North Cascades victory.

103-Reuth (SW) pinned Kensok 0.50; 112-Nolte (NS) pinned Schorr 1:51; 119-Warren (NS) dec White 2-1; 125-Flister won by forfeit; 130-Sperry (NS) won by forfeit; 135-Vandyke (NS) pinned Bergon 1:48; 140-Jaffe (SW) dec. Lynde 9-8; 145-Long (SW) won by forfeit; 152-Harris (SW) dec. Larsen 6-4; 160-Warren (NS) maj. dec. Noste 12-3; 171-Admiral (NS) dec. McGuire 4-0; 189-Hahn (SW) pinned Lockhart 3:07; 215-Hern (SW) won by forfeit; 275-Martin (SW) won by forfeit. Records-Nooksack Valley 0-2 in league, 0-2 overall. South Whidbey 2-0, 2-0.

South Whidbey 58, Blaine 19: Brandon Hern, a state champion at 171 pounds last season, pinned his opponent in 16 seconds at 215 pounds to lead South Whidbey to the North Cascades victory.

103-Reuth (SW) won by forfeit; 112-Ie (B) dec. Schorr 8-6; 119-White (SW) won by forfeit; 125-Glahn (B) maj. dec. Flister 14-2; 130-Tewes (B) won by forfeit; 135-Bergon (SW) pinned Hartman 1:59; 140-Jaffe (SW) won by forfeit; 145-Long (SW) dec. Newton 10-5; 152-Harris (SW) pinned Mattamoros 0:55; 160-Noste (SW) pinned Janno 0:24; 171-Torendiko (B) pinned Admiral 4:53; 189-Gilberts (SW) pinned Johnson 5:07; 215-Hern (SW) pinned Taz 0:16; 275-Martin (SW) pinned Campos 2:46. Records-Blaine 0-2 in league, 0-2overall. South Whidbey 2-0, 2-0.

Sultan 49, Meridian 27: Brandon Gillio pinned his opponent at 160 pounds to lead Sultan, which won five of the first eight matches. Ryan Conley (119) and Matt Ames (215) pinned each of their opponents as Sultan collected its first North Cascades victory of the season.

103-Claussen (Sult) won by forfeit; 112-Margarito (Sult) dec. Huizenga, 9-4; 119-Conley (Sult) pinned Michealson, :56 1st round; 125-Atterbury (Sult) won by forfeit; 130-Karuza (Mer.) pinned Chriswell, 3:21 2nd round; 135-Not reported (Mer) dec. Kleinman, 12-6; 140-Beetle (Sult) dec. Larson, 10-1; 145-Shearer (Sult) won by forfeit; 152-Gillio (Sult) pinned Ramey, 2:44 2nd round; 160-Emmons (Mer.) pinned Lemmon, 1:09 1st round; 171-Clune (Sult) won by forfeit; 189-Rainer (Mer.) pinned Henrickson, 2:42 2nd round; 215-Ames (Sult) pinned Pardis, 5:07, 2nd round; 275-Knight (Mer.) won by forfeit. Records-Sultan 1-1 in league, 1-1 overall. Meridian 0-1, 0-1.

Mount Baker 55, Sultan 11: B.J. Vaura collected one of Mount Baker’s six pins at 145 pounds. Mount Baker won the first 10 matches, which included pins by Nathan Cultee (152), DJ Rathjen (160), Charlie Brown (189), Brady Jonas (215) and Tyler Marshall (103).

103-Marshall (Mt. B) pinned Claussen, 3:45 2nd round; 112-Margarito (Sult) dec. Chellson, 12-6; 119-Conley (Sult) dec. Trent Baisden, 16-9; 125-Atterbury (Sult) won by technical fall over Erikson, 18-3; 130-Zender (Mt. B) pinned Chriswell, :56 1st round; 135-Horsmon (Mt. B) dec. Kleinman, 13-3; 140-Little (Mt.B) dec. Beetle, 11-1; 145-Vaura (Mt. B) pinned Shearer, 1:03 1st round; 152-Cultee (Mt. B) pinned Gillio, 4:49 3rd round; 160-Rathjen (Mt. B) pinned Lemmon, 1:40 1st round; 171-D. Horsmon (Mt. B) won by technical fall over Clune, 15-0; 189-Brown (Mt. B) pinned Henrickson, 1:09 1st round; 215-Jonas (Mt. B) pinned Ames, 2:24 2nd round; 275-Savage (Mt. B) won by forfeit. Records-Sultan 1-1 in league, 1-1 overall. Mount Baker 1-0, 1-0.

Oak Harbor 104, Edmonds Woodway 82: Oak Harbor won all three relay races in the non-conference meet. Tony Dennis and Nick Tainter won two events each to lead the Warriors.

200 medley relay-Oak Harbor 1:49.7 200 freestyle-Dennis (EW) 1:56.7; 200 individual medley-Scotten (EW) 2:25.6; 50 freestyle-Siminski (OH) :22.6; Diving-Gilbert (EW) 175.5; 100 butterfly-Wiley (OH) :57.3; 100 freestyle-Tainter (EW) :50.9; 500 freestyle-Dennis (EW) 5:15.4; 200 freestyle relay-Oak Harbor 1:41.6; 100 backstroke-Tainter (EW) :58.5; 100 breaststroke-Walkuw (OH) 1:12.3; 400 freestyle relay-Oak Harbor 3:41.3. Records-Oak Harbor 2-0 overall. Edmonds-Woodway 0-1.

Sehome 105, Shorecrest 80: Miles McEathron won two races and swam on both of Sehome’s winning relay teams. In the another non-conference meet Shorewood beat Sehome 92-91.

200 medley relay-Shorewood (Gentling, Redford, McCall, Newell) 1:51.2; 200 freestyle-Johnson (Sehome) 1:48.6; 200 individual medley-Gentling (Shorewood) 2:13.7; 50 freestyle-M. McEathron (Sehome) :24.3; Diving-Youngberg (Sehome) 167; 100 butterfly-Johnson (Sehome) :59.3; 100 freestyle-Duppenthaler (Sehome) :53.9; 500 freestyle-Thompson (Shorecrest) 5:08.6; 200 freestyle relay-Sehome (Johnson, Fox, Coots, G. McEathron) 1:42.8; 100 backstroke-M. McEathron (Sehome) 1:04.9; 100 breaststroke-Redford (Shorewood) 1:06.9; 400 freestyle relay-Sehome (Johnson, Gearhart, M. McEathron, Duppenthaler) 3:39.1. Records-Sehome 1-2 overall. Shorewood 1-0. Shorecrest 0-1.

Everett 117, Mariner 65: Kyle Faukhauger and Trevor Bigelow each won two individual events and swam on two victorious relay teams to help Everett to the non-conference victory. Brandon Larson took first in the 100-yard breaststroke to lead Mariner.

200 medley relay-Everett (Bigelow, Faukhauger, Andre’, Mason) 2:01.53; 200 freestyle-June (E) 2:15.76 200 individual medley-Faukhauger (E) 2:29.80; 50 freestyle-Bigelow (E) 25.43; Diving-Jensen (E) 171.6; 100 butterfly-Faukhauger (E) 1:06.96; 100 freestyle-Bigelow (E) 57.96; 500 freestyle-June (E) 6:17.28; 200 freestyle relay-Everett (Faukhauger, Jensen, Bigelow, June) 1:48.62; 100 backstroke-D. Erickson (E) 1:18.12; 100 breaststroke-Larson (M) 1:24.47; 400 freestyle relay-Mariner (Remick, Holyan, Martin, Bonner) 4:19.39. Records-Everett 2-0 overall. Mariner 2-2.

Sedro-Woolley 78, Lynnwood 77: Lynnwood’s Bela Stoll won both the 100-yard backstroke and 200 individual medley, while also swimming on both of the Royals’ winning relay teams.

200 medley relay-Lynnwood (Schulyer, Stoll, Nordlund, Burke) 2:02.9; 200 freestyle-Ditmars (L) 2:46.3; 200 individual medley-Stoll (L) 2:24.7; 50 freestyle-Brannigan (SW) :26.7; Diving-Burke (L) 101.4; 100 butterfly-Gross (SW) 1:53.2; 100 freestyle-Brannigan (SW) 1:06.5; 500 freestyle-Behwar (SW) 8::24.3; 200 freestyle relay-Sedro Woolley 2:08.1; 100 backstroke-Schulyer (L) 1:18.9; 100 breaststroke-Stoll (L) 1:12.0; 400 freestyle relay-Lynnwood (Schulyer, Burke, Nordlund, Stoll) 4:31.9. Records-Lynnwood 0-2 overall. Sedro-Woolley not reported.

Burlington-Edison 90, Lynnwood 71: Tyler Satterlund won both the 200-yard freestyle and the 500 freestyle to lead Burlington-Edison in the non-conference meet.

200 medley relay-Lynnwood (Schulyer, Stoll, Nordlund, Burke) 2:02.9; 200 freestyle-Satterlund (BE) 2:44.3; 200 individual medley-Stoll (L) 2:24.7; 50 freestyle-Montoya (BE) :26.6; Diving-Burke (L) 101.4; 100 butterfly-Padgett (BE) 1:14.3; 100 freestyle-Montoya (BE) 1:01.9; 500 freestyle-Satterlund (BE) 7:38.5; 200 freestyle relay-(tie) Burlington-Edison, Lynnwood 2:16.5; 100 backstroke-Wood (BE) time; 100 breaststroke-Stoll (L) 1:12.6; 400 freestyle relay-Lynnwood (Schulyer, Burke, Nordlund, Stoll) 4:31.9. Records-Lynnwood 0-2 overall. Burlington-Edison 1-0.

Jackson 118, Cascade 64: Jackson took first in all but one event to earn the non-conference victory.

200 medley relay-Jackson (Pleasant, Wang, Mullins, Ramos) 1:57.30; 200 freestyle-Warren (J) 2:15.68; 200 individual medley-A. Mullins (J) 2:08.44; 50 freestyle-B. Ramos (J) 25.54; Diving-Berkley (Cas.) 138.4; 100 butterfly-Chivers (J) 59.84; 100 freestyle-Chivers (J) 56.78; 500 freestyle-Ramos (J) 5:32.89; 200 freestyle relay-Jackson (Mullins, Chivers, Warren, Tracy) 1:45.08; 100 backstroke-Warren (J) 58.97; 100 breaststroke-P. Mullins (J) 1:07.05; 400 freestyle relay-Jackson (Chivers, Tracy, Warren, P. Mullins) 3:48.99. Records-Jackson 2-0 overall. Cascade 3-1.

Kamiak 99, Lake Stevens 81: Mitch Drury won an event and swam on a winning relay and teammate Jon Lau swam on two winning relays to lead Kamiak to the non-league victory. Max Hinricksen swam two state qualifying times, one in the 200-yard freestyle and the other in the 100 freestyle and teammate Owen Todd was a double winner for Lake Stevens.

200 medley relay-Kamiak (Drury ,Lau, Aphibal, Chan) 1:49.92; 200 freestyle-Hinricksen (LS) 1:50.38*; 200 individual medley-Stone (LS) 2:06.68; 50 freestyle-Lau (K) 28.32; Diving-Dudak (K) 193.29; 100 butterfly-Todd (LS) 58.96; 100 freestyle-Hinricksen (LS) 49:00*; 500 freestyle-Weatherbie (K) 5:10.05; 200 freestyle relay-Kamiak (Lau, Hatch, Daniels, Chan) 1:39.85; 100 backstroke-Drury (K) 58.23; 100 breaststroke-Todd (LS) 1:08.10; 400 freestyle relay-Lake Stevens (Brooke, Stone, Todd, Hinricksen) 3:35.60. Records-Lake Steven 1-1 overall. Kamiak 1-1.

*Class 4A state meet qualifying time.

Snohomish County Christian JV 50, Skykomish 49: Snohomish County Christian JV, which scored the final three points of overtime, bounced back from a two-point deficit to collect its first victory of the season. Chris West led Skykomish with 13 points and Blaine Brown followed with 12.


Skykomish

9

19

10

9

2

49

Sno. County Christian

12

11

13

11

3

50


Skykomish-Farmer 8, Brown 12, West 13, McCausland 7, Valentine 9. Snohomish County Christian JV-Livingston 4, McKinley 5, Daucat 14, Adams 15, Dragio 10, Zuspin 2. 3-point goals-Brown 4, Farmer, West, Daucat. Records-Skykomish 1-2 overall. Snohomish County Christian JV not reported.

Master’s Touch 60, Quilcene 57: Danny Brown nailed a pair of free throws in the final minute of the game to secure a come-from-behind victory by Master’s Touch. Brown finished with finished with eight points and Justin Birch led the team with 13. Kelly Thompson scored 33 points to lead Quilcene, which led by 10 points entering the fourth quarter.


Master’s Touch

12

12

10

26

60

Quilcene

8

22

14

13

57


Master’s Touch-Troll 2, Olin 11, Elmore 2, Birch 13, Lien 8, Childress 4, Martson 10, Brown 8, Griffiths 2. Quilcene-French 5, Hodgeson 11, Johnston 8, Thompson 33. 3-point goals-Olin 2, Hodgeson 2, Records-Master’s Touch 1-2 overall. Quilcene 1-2.

Granite Falls 37, Lakewood 30: Denise Wilbur had 12 points and Casey Jensen hit four late free throws to help Granite Falls secure the North Cascades victory. Tezra Hardy added six points and seven rebounds for the Tigers while Robyn Black scored nine points to lead Lakewood.


Lakewood

5

9

8

8

30

Granite Falls

8

8

12

9

37


Lakewood-Black 9, S. Anderson 2, A. Anderson 8, Bader 3, Steinborn 4, Mattson 1, Guske 1, Chamley 2.. Granite Falls-Jensen 6, Von Stubbe 2, Goss 1, Wilbur 12, Hardy 6, Wright 5, Kasch 5. 3-point goals-A. Anderson, Bader. Records-Lakewood 0-1 in league and overall. Granite Falls 1-0, 1-1.

University Prep 47, Snohomish County Christian 17: Tara Holgate had 12 rebounds and 10 blocked shots to lead Snohomish County Christian in the non-league game.


University Prep

14

9

17

7

47

Snohomish Cty. Chr.

4

7

4

2

17


University Prep-Hill 12, Goncalves 2, Miller 9, Harris 6, Larson 2, Seigal 8, Geilhuse 8. Snohomish County Christian-Hammond 9, Brekkaa 6, Cathey 2. 3-point goals-Hammond 1. Records-Snohomish County Christian 0-2 overall. University Prep not reported.

Quilcene 45, Master’s Touch 26: Erin Burlinghane scored a game-high 15 points to lead Quilcene to a season-opening victory. Joy Vanderpool led Master’s Touch with 10 points.


Master’s Touch

3

8

6

9

26

Quilcene

3

15

8

19

45


Master’s Touch-Brown 4, Sharp 3, Crowley 2, Anderson 1, Williamson 2, Vanderpool 10, Smith 1, Hutcheson 1, Britton 2. Quilcene-Brewer 6, Jinenez 2, Burns 3, Bacon 2, Leed 9, Holman 5, Burlinghane 15, Davis 3. 3-point goals-Burlinghane.. Records-Master’s Touch 1-2 overall. Quilcene 1-0.

Couples Classic Shorewood’s Julie Kiyonaga took first place in the uneven bars and the floor exercise and teamed up with Dana Cuykendall of Bainbridge to win the all-around couples competition with a score of 35.25.

All-around Couple-Kiyonaga (Shwd) and Cuykendall (Bainbridge) 35.25; Floor exercise-Kiyonaga (Shwd) 9.4; Balance beam-Nachreiner (Sehome) 9.35; Uneven bars-Kiyonaga (Shwd) 8.7; Vault-Saulkner (Sehome) 8.6.

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