Friday’s prep wrestling results


Northwest Duals

At Linn County Fairgrounds

Albany, Ore.

Newberg (Ore.) 42, Snohomish 30

106: Tanner Nicol (N) won by forfeit; 113: Ethan Guidry (N) won by forfeit; 120: Mathew Miller (S) won by forfeit; 126: Dillan Meyer (S) pinned Ben Redwine 1:44; 132: Ryan Frey (N) dec. Keean Ohlsen 16-0 (TF); 138: Josue Barajas (S) won by forfeit; 145: Kyle Carlson (S) dec. Quinton Read 7-2; 152: Rowan Gallardo (N) maj. dec. Ryan Cote 15-5; 160: Oliver Myers (N) pinned Tanner Sweeney 2:25; 170: Ben Kloes (S) dec. Kadyn Lauer 9-5; 182: Ryan Douglas (S) pinned Jesus Espinoza 5:00; 195: Christian Morris (N) pinned Justin Betz 3:30; 220: Isaiah Parker (N) dec. Matt Currier 8-7; 285: Aaron Covington (N) pinned Duncan King 5:24.

Glencoe (Ore.) 42, Snohomish 36

106: Hunter Nakamoto (G) won by forfeit; 113: Jeremiah Kauffman (G) won by forfeit; 120: Miller (S) won by forfeit; 126: Ohlsen (S) won by forfeit; 132: Meyer (S) dec. A.J. Lucas 9-5; 138: Bryce Archer (G) pinned Barajas 5:42; 145: Devan Schaumberg (G) pinned Carlson 3:03; 152: Cote (S) dec. Hunter Kennon 7-6; 160: Ian Stettler (G) pinned Dylan Wheeler :36. 170: Kloes (S) pinned Patrick McGrory 2:45; 182: Jacob Heninger (G) pinned Douglas 3:10; 195: Betz (S) won by forfeit; 220: Ronaldo Lara (G) pinned Currier 1:19; 285: King (S) won by forfeit.

Snohomish 48, St. Helens (Ore.) 24

106: Double forfeit; 113: Double forfeit; 120: Miller (S) pinned Tyler Neubaum 1:32; 126: Meyer (S) won by forfeit; 132: Ohlsen (S) won by forfeit; 138: Haidon Allen (SH) pinned Barajas :31; 145: Carlson (S) pinned Dylan Lane 1:27; 152: Cote (S) pinned Chase Nelson 1:28; 160: Nicholas Richardson (SH) pinned Wheeler 1:02; 170: Kloes (S) pinned Cody Leanna :36; 182: Colton Beisley (SH) pinned Douglas 3:50; 195: Betz (S) won by forfeit; 220: Currier (S) pinned Jayden Smith :27; 285: Miguel Olmedo (SH) pinned King 1:15.

Springfield (Ore.) 42, Snohomish 36

106: Juan Ramirez (Sp) won by forfeit; 113: Dominic Holloway (Sp) won by forfeit; 120: Jeremy Smith (Sp) pinned Miller 1:52; 126: Meyer (Sn) pinned James DiFranco 1:13; 132: Isaac McAllister (Sp) dec. Ohlsen 15-11; 138: Barajas (Sn) won by forfeit; 145: Carlson (Sn) pinned James Hebert :55; 152: Cote (Sn) pinned Ben King 3:42; 160: Joseph Michelson (Sp) pinned Sweeney 2:50; 170: Kloes (Sn) pinned Jacob Richardson :26; 182: Douglas (Sn) pinned Isaac Barrager 1:26; 195: Brayden Rogers (Sp) pinned Betz 1:12; 220: Cade Wolford (Sp) pinned Currier 2:50; 285: Joshua Spaulding (Sp) dec. King 4-2.

M. Pilchuck 54, O’Dea 23

At O’Dea H.S.

106: Raffy Simeone (MP) won by forfeit; 113: Cole Daurie (MP) pinned Crisanto DeGuzman :29; 120: Jagger Willard (MP) pinned Will Koffey 3:00; 126: Nick Holbrook (O) dec. Isaiah Woods 10-3; 132: Devin Fahlman (MP) pinned Jourdan Carter 5:17; 138: Baily Alvis (MP) pinned Devin Gates :28; 145: Cayden White (MP) pinned Nate Balinbin 3:36; 152: Justin Collier (MP) pinned Mason Watrous 1:42; 160: Alan Badley (O) dec. Steven Duong 16-0 (TF); 170: Marcutio Hammaker (O) dec. Alex Hatch 6-3; 182: Keith Pablo (MP) pinned Thomas Padilla :35. 195: Jack Markowitz (O) pinned Dyton Lucas 1:25; 220: Skyeler Kloth (O) pinned Ikaika Naweli 3:10; 285: Lincoln Davis (MP) pinned Chris Manning :26.

Pacific Coast Championships

At Mountain View H.S.

Team scores—Union 203, South Kitsap 198.5, Camas 155.5, North Central 141.5, W.F. West 138.5, West Linn (Ore.) 137.5, Lake Stevens 133.5, Selah 132.5, Olympic 122.5, Blaine 114.5, Graham-Kapowsin 114, Canby (Ore.) 108.5, Westview (Ore.) 105.5, Clackamas (Ore.) 105.5, Ferndale 103.5, Olympia 89, Edmonds-Woodway 83, Peninsula 82, Skyview 79.5, Jefferson (Ore.) 75.5, Burlington-Edison 72.5, Tumwater 70, Squalicum 68.5, Mountain View 67.5, Evergreen 65.5, McMinnville (Ore.) 55, Prairie 50, North Salem (Ore.) 48, Heritage 45, Ridgefield 39, Roosevelt 34, Woodinville 32, Central Kitsap 21, Gresham (Ore.) 6, Grant (Ore.) 3, King’s Way Christian 3.

Local placers—106: Jacob Bennett (Lake Stevens) dec. Andy Pimentel (Selah) 6-1, 1st; Noah Cortez (Graham-Kapowsin) pinned Markus Johnson (Lake Stevens) 1:57, 8th. 113: Clayton Brooks (South Kitsap) maj. dec. Howie Hare (Edmonds-Woodway) 11-3, 8th. 120: Vitaliy Manolov (Union) dec. Kyle LaCoursiere (Lake Stevens) 6-5, 4th. 138: Alex Newberry (Heritage) dec. Salihou Fatty (Edmonds-Woodway) 3-1, 8th. 160: Terrell West (Jefferson) pinned Anthony Lindamood (Edmonds-Woodway) 2:24, 4th. 170: Angelo Loera (Lake Stevens) won by forfeit, 5th. 182: Abdoulie Jatta (Lake Stevens) won by forfeit, 5th.

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