Glacier Peak finishes fourth at 3A Region IV Tournament

SUNNYSIDE — Glacier Peak’s Sean Elledge won an individual championship at 182 pounds and Jacob Elledge and John Kim both took second at 152 and 126, respectively, as the Grizzlies took fourth in the team competition at the 3A Region IV Tournament at Sunnyside H.S.

Meadowdale’s Morgan Smith lost to North Central’s Bryson Pierce in the 160 final.

At Sunnyside H.S.

Team results: University 228, Sunnyside 168, Mount Spokane 115.5, Glacier Peak 107, North Central 104.5, Kamiakin 67, Shadle Park 61.5, Rogers 50, Southridge 46, Kennewick 44, Shorewood 42.5, Meadowdale 42, Hanford 35, Mountlake Terrace 13, Shorecrest 0.

Championship results: 106—Kwest Osborn (U) dec. Homer Romero (Sun), 5-1; 113—Jesse Barajas (Sun) dec. Cesar Castillo (Kam), 7-0; 120—Kiegen Schauer (MS) dec. Charles Smith (R), 3-0; 126—Matthew Floresca (Shw) dec. John Kim (GP), 5-0; 132—Rieley Smith (U) dec. Harley Kolp (Kam), 3-1; 138—Ryan Gabel (U) pinned Terrence McKinney (SP), 3:22; 145—John Hoover (MS) dec. Dylan Schmidt (SP), 4-3; 152—Izaec Quntanilla (NC) dec. Jacob Elledge (GP), 7-0; 160—Bryson Pierce (NC) maj. dec. Morgan Smith (Mead), 12-2; 170—Austin Stannard (U) dec. Sisto Pina (Kam), 6-4; 182—Sean Elledge (GP) dec. Bryce Overholt (Sou), 8-3; 195—Tanner Orndorff (U) maj. dec. Kevin Del Angel (Sou), 10-1; 220—Tom Harvey (MS) dec. Dwayne Robinson (R), 3-2; 285—Tate Orndorff (U) dec. Heber Martinez (NC), 4-0. Other advancers (top 4 to state): 106—3. Jesse Torres (Sun), 4. Pete Wilkes (MS); 113—3. Cam Sorenson (U), 4. Alex Ramos (Ken); 120—3. Santos Guerrero (Sun), 4. Alec Hoover (MS); 126—3. Michael Hosfield (Ken), 4. Anthony Chavez (Sun); 132—3. Richie Bondurant (MS), 4. Jacob Clute (NC); 138—3. Christian Nibarger (MS), 4. Christain Ruiz (Sun); 145—3. Cody Kiourkas (NC), 4. Noe Palomino (Sun); 152—3. Logan Coleman (GP), 4. Michael Etherton (Ken); 160—3. John Fairbanks (U), 4. Brett McVay (SP); 170—3. Max Ramos (Sunn), 4. Syd Springberg (MT); 182—3. Will Bishop (Han), 4. Daniel Avalos (Sun); 195—3. Ciaran Ball (Mead), 4. Skyler Poole (U); 220—3. Austin Carman (Sunn), 4. Dallon Grinder (Han); 285—3. Mosese Fifita (GP), 4. Erca Erdenebayer (Shw).

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