Kamiak wrestlers overcome district rival

Herald staff

MUKILTEO – Kamiak won six straight bouts from 112 to 140 pounds to build an insurmountable lead en route to a 47-22 victory over district rival Mariner Tuesday in a Western Conference 4A meet at Kamiak.

Mariner’s Tyler Chelone stopped the string with a pin at 145 pounds, but by that time Kamiak led 29-6 thanks in part to falls by Josh Yasuda at 135 pounds and Dan Scott at 140.

Kamiak also had pins by Shawn Kunkle (171) and Aaron Dockter (275).

Cecelio Martinez had a pin for Mariner at 189.

  • Marysville-Pilchuck 49, Mountlake Terrace 20: Patrick Ryan, Nick Delbrouck, Peter Swardz and Isreal Silva each pinned their opponents in under a minute to lead the Tomahawks to the Wesco 4A victory. Joe Kim pulled out a decision 11-10 in the last few seconds for Mountlake Terrace.

    103-J. Hanks MP) pinned McVay 1:34 third; 112-Ryan (MP) pinned Stevenson 0:38 first; 119-Botelho (MP) won by forfeit; 125-Zurfing (MP) dec. Pistole 8-0; 130-Cundy (MT) dec. Ramey 8-5; 135-Dormaier (MP) dec. Spodola 9-3; 140-Jansson (MT) dec. Michel 15-5; 145-Benton (MP) pinned Hasegawa 0:59 second; 152-Delbrouck (M) pinned Garton 0:11 first ; 160-Kim (MT) dec. Day 11-10; 171-Swardz (MP) pinned Grey 0:55 first; 189-Lin (MT) dec. Thompson 9-1; 215-McElmurry (MT) won by disqualification over Livesay; 275-Silva (MP pinned Olsen 0:48 first. Records-Mountlake Terrace 0-4 in league, 0-4 overall. Marysville-Pilchuck 3-1, 5-2.

  • Edmonds-Woodway 61, Shorewood 11: Chris Stokes of Edmonds-Woodway scored an 8-3 decision in the 189-pound bout of the Wesco 4A meet.

    103-Brudvik (EW) pinned Malinovsky, 2:55, second; 112-Cagely (EW) dec. Ferris 12-4; 119-Hadreas (EW) pinned Klien, :58, first; 125– Booth (EW) pinned Sanders, 1:44, first; 130-Franklin (EW) pinned Wyman, 3:33 second; 135-Edens (EW) pinned Rosenfrank, 3:41, second; 140-Sanders (EW) pinned Chang, 3:58, second; 145-Hanchett (EW) pinned Payne, 1:42, first; 152-Graham (EW) pinned Wyatt, :41, first; 160-Shoemaker (S) dec. Reed, 9-6; 171-Meditaug (S) tech. fall Braxton, 23-8; 189-Stokes (EW) dec. Cooper, 8-3; 215-Desiardein (Sl) dec. Sadowski, 8-6; 275-Stannard (EW) pinned Hayner, :49, first. Records-Edmonds-Woodway 3-1 in league and overall. Shorewood 0-3.

  • Cascade 68, Shorecrest 6: Keith Fagan was Shorecrest’s only winner in the Wesco 4A meet, pinning his opponent at 189 pounds.

    103-Calhoun (C) won by forfeit; 112-Foster (C) dec. Shaw, 12-5; 119-Kubec (C) pinned Nakata, :17, second; 125-Krier (C) pinned McGowan, !;24, first; 130-Garcia (C) pinned Kidd, 1:55, first; 135-R. Douglas (C) pinned B. Carlton, 1:00, first; 140-C. Douglas (C) pinned Rel, 1:08, second; 145-Erickson (C) dec. Meske, 13-0; 152-Hughes (C) pinned Pasic, 1:48, first; 160-McDonnel (C) dec. Abts-Luskin, 8-3; 171-Buchan (C) dec. Edwards-Hoff, 10-8; 189-Fagan (S) pinned Baranco, :56, second; 215-Rowe (C) won by forfeit; 275-Colderon (C) pinned Holme, :41. second. Records-Cascade 3-1 in league and overall. Shorecrest 0-3.

  • Arlington 49, Lynnwood 28: Six pins helped carry Arlington to the victory in the Wesco 3A opener for both schools. In the 125-pound bout Jimmy Jane, state runnerup at that weight last season, pinned Joel Mittelman, last season’s state champion at 119, at 1:26 of the first round.

    103-Mcdaniel (Arl.) won by forfeit; 112-Hayward (Lynn.) pinned Galusha :27 first; 119-LaGrandeur (Lynn.) dec. Lundberg 17-6; 125-Jane (Arl.) pinned Mittelman 1:26 first; 130-Nagel (Arl.) dec. Al-Huffaini 15-10; 135-Yzaguirre (Arl.) Mingo 1:35 second; 140-Fanning (Lynn.) pinned Sosa 1:07 first; 145-Giard (Arl.) pinned Ditmars :51 third; 152-Anderson (Arl.) pinned Friedman 1:58 second; 160-Downing (Arl.) Suthern :52 first; 171-Haller (Arl.) dec. Still 12-4; 189-Frank (Arl.) pinned Clawson 1:27 first; 215-Cogdill (Lynn.) pinned Burford 1:17 third; 275-Martin (Lynn.) pinned Parris 1:12 first Records-Arlington 1-1 in league, 1-1 overall. Lynnwood 0-1, 2-4.

  • Lake Stevens 61, Meadowdale 7: Jeff Nearing and Ryan Anderson had big nights for the Vikings as they both defeated their opponents in the Wesco 3A meet.

    103-Warrington (Lake Stevens) dec. Sealey, 6-0; 112-Human (Lake Stevens) pinned Perrin, 2:56, second round; 119-Knight (Lake Stevens) won by forfeit; 125-Primacio(Meadowdale) major dec. over Banner, 13-2; 130-Crawford (Lake Stevens) won by forfeit; 135-Curnett (Lake Stevens) won by forfeit; 140-Pesce (Lake Stevens) dec. Primacio, 13-3; 145-Blomgren (Meadowdale) dec. Bergman, 12-7; 152-Van Leuvan (Lake Stevens) dec. Cooley, 11-3; 160-Nearing (Lake Stevens) pinned. Welch, 1:48 first round; 171-Canham (Lake Stevens) pinned. Vidmore, :39; 189-Anderson (Lake Stevens) Tech. fall. Collinsworth, 15-0; 215-Daube (Lake Stevens) won by forfeit; 275-Bryce (Lake Stevens) dec. Knudsen, 7-0. Records-Lake Stevens 2-0 in league, 2-0 overall. Meadowdale 0-1, 2-2.

  • Stanwood 44, Everett 22: Stanwood had three pins in a row from 112 to 125 pounds in the Wesco 3A meet.

    103-Hill (E) won by forfeit; 112-Stilvala (S) pinned Irwin, 3:06; 119-Willmaser (S) pinned Ordona, 2:29; 125-Hayes (S) pinned Kane, 2:34; 130-Smith (S) pinned Nguyen, 3:16; 135-King (E) dec. Huston, 8-5; 140-Dotson (S) dec. Mowrer, 11-6; 145-Pruden (E) dec. Zinkand, 14-6; 152-Symons (E) dec. Webb, 6-4; 160-Jones (S) dec. Bagley, 20-5; 171-Olson (S) dec. Waddell, 10-1; 189-Seymore (S) dec. Hawkins, 9-3; 215-Bear (S) pinned Turner, 3:38; 275-Jones (E) pinned Walton, :51, first. Records-Stanwood 1-1 in league, 2-2 overall. Everett 0-1, 1-2.

  • Jackson 49, Monroe 22: Jackson won four bouts by forfeit in route to the Wesco 3A victory.

    103-Connelly (M) won by forfeit; 112-Bunkenbul (J) won by forfeit; 119-Clancey (M) dec. Eaton 8-2; 125-Studley (M) dec. Chapman, 14-3; 130-Sparks (J) dec. Ward 11-0; 135-Mirskey (M) dec. Yonkers, 7-4; 140-Johnson (M) pinned Eaiger, 3:31; 145-Loya (J) won by forfeit; 152-Rodriguez (J) pinned Vasques, 1:57; 160-Cumerfield (J) dec. Yeary, 17-2; 171-Croft (J) pinned Currie, 3:30; 189-McCoskey (J) won by forfeit; 215-Todd (J) won by forfeit; 275-Bryant (M) dec. Lenois, 10-3. Records-Jackson 1-0 in league, 3-0 overall. Monroe 0-1, 0-5.

  • Marysville-Pilchuck 105, Mountlake Terrace 80: Tyler Pepin captured first in one individual event and swam on two first-place relays to lead the Tomahawks to the Wesco 4A victory. Rodney Pilman swam a state qualifying time in the 100-yard freestyle for the Hawks

    200 medley relay-M-P (Sizer, Diggs, Stalding, Pepin) 1:46.66; 200 freestyle-Pilman (MT) 1:56.13; 200 individual medley-Hanson (MT) 2:29.45; 50 freestyle-Pepin (M-P) 23.34; Diving-Haskins (M-P) 173.95; 100 butterfly-Lee (MT) 1:07.68; 100 freestyle-Pilman (MT) 50.26*; 500 freestyle-Townson (MT) 5:40.22; 200 freestyle relay-M-P (Pepin, Stalding, Neagle, Sizer) 1:34.51; 100 backstroke-Shively (MT) 1:05.84; 100 breaststroke-Quick (M-P) 1:10.98; 400 freestyle relay-MT (Townson, Shively Forsberg Pilman) 3:47.93. Records-MT 1-1 league, 2-2 overall. M-P 1-0, 3-0.

    *Class 4A state meet qualifying time.

  • Snohomish 132, Oak Harbor 51: Eddie Anderton of Snohomish swam state qualifying times in the 200-yard freestyle and 100 backstroke in the Wesco 4A meet.

    200 medley relay-Snohomish (Pedack, Stewart, J. Leary, Ferguson) 1:49.5; 200 freestyle-Andenton (S) 1:49.47*; 200 individual medley-J. Leary (S) 2:12.99; 50 freestyle-Fergusen (S) time; Diving-Elander (S) 172.15; 100 butterfly-Wiley (OH) 101.5; 100 freestyle-Fergusen (S) 52.5; 500 freestyle-Hunter (OH) 5:23; 200 freestyle relay-Snohomish (Fergusen, Anderton, Stewart, J. Leary) 1:33.92*; 100 backstroke-Anderton (S) 56.73*; 100 breaststroke-Rivard (OH) 1:06.8; 400 freestyle relay-Snohomish (Pedack, R. Leary, MacMillan, Anderton) 3:48.1. Records-Snohomish 3-0 league, 3-1 overall. Oak Harbor 0-2, 0-2.

    *Class 4A state meet qualifying time.

  • Shorecrest149, Cascade 36: Shorecrest won all 12 events in route to the Wesco 4A victory.

    200 medley relay-Shorecrest (J. Gregory, Hinch, Hogan, Jacobson) 1:53.4; 200 freestyle-Thompson (S) 2:05.7; 200 individual medley-Hinch (S) 2:21.99; 50 freestyle-Jacobson (S) 24.5; Diving-Mason (S) 156.95; 100 butterfly-Hogan (S) 1:08.6; 100 freestyle-Jacobson (S) 55.3; 500 freestyle-Thompson (S) 5:39.9; 200 freestyle relay-Shorecrest (Hogan, Hinch, Cliney, Jacobson) 1:44.99; 100 backstroke-J. Gregory (S) 1:07.8; 100 breaststroke-Hinch (S) 1:11.5; 400 freestyle relay-Shorecrest (B. Gregory, Hansen, Thompson, Cliney) 4:10.9. Records-Shorecrest 1-0 league, 1-0 overall. Cascade 0-2, 0-4.

  • Everett 87, Burlington-Edison 60: Phil June captured first place in two individual events for the Seagulls in the non-conference victory.

    200 medley relay-Everett, (Begilow, Andre, Holzinger, Fankhauser) 2:01.16; 200 freestyle-June (E) 2:20.52; 200 individual medley-fankhauser (E) 2:33.80; 50 freestyle-Erickson (B) 23.93; 100 butterfly-Holzinger (E) 1:17.08; 100 freestyle-Erickson (B) 55.40; 500 freestyle-June (E) 6:20.87; 200 freestyle relay-Everett (Begilow, Fankhauser, June, Holzinger) 1:50.58; 100 backstroke-Wood (B) 1:16.99; 100 breaststroke-Andre (E) 121.59; 400 freestyle relay-Burlington-Edison (Owen, Zimmerman, Blade, Wood) 5:12.28. Records-Everett 3-0 overall. Burlington-Edison not reported.

  • Everett 80, Sedro-Woolley 77: Kyle Fankhauser captured two individual event to lead the Seagulls to the non-conference victory.

    200 medley relay-Sedro-Woolley (Bethea, Hanson, Devoe, Jonechi) 1:58.37; 200 freestyle-June (E) 2:20.52; 200 individual medley-Fankhauser (E) 2:33.80; 50 freestyle-Begilow 25.76; 100 butterfly-Hanson (SW) 1:01.80; 100 freestyle-Fankhauser (E) 58.48; 500 freestyle-June (E) 6:20.87; 200 freestyle relay-Everett (Bigilow, Fankhauser, June, Holzinger) 1:50.58; 100 backstroke-Bethea (SW) 1:05.92; 100 breaststroke-Hanson (SW) 1;12.51; 400 freestyle relay-Sedro-Woolley (Olson, Jonechi, Devoe Bethea) 4 19.59. Records-Everett 3-0 overall. Sedro-Woolley not reported.

  • Lynnwood 106, Ferndale 12: Lynnwood won all 11 events for the non-conference victory.

    200 medley relay-Lynnwood (Walker, Stoll, Nordlund, Marchi) 2:01.3; 200 freestyle-McDonnell (L) 2:52.8; 200 individual medley-Wilson (F) 2:06.9; 50 freestyle-Nordlund (L) 27.2; Diving-no divers available; 100 butterfly-Nordlund (L) 1:10.8; 100 freestyle-Walker (L) 1:03.4; 500 freestyle-Meissner (L) 7:44.4; 200 freestyle relay-Lynnwood (Gonzalez, McDonnell, Burke, Dahlen) 2:37.8; 100 backstroke-Wilson (F) 56.8; 100 breaststroke-Marchi (L) 1:17; 400 freestyle relay-Lynnwood (Walker, Nordlund, Marchi, Stoll) 4:19.3. Records-Lynnwood 1-3 overall. Ferndale not reported.

  • Lynden 125, Lynnwood 40: Lynden took all 10 events to swim past Lynnwood in the non-conference meet.

    200 medley relay-Lynden 1:45.4; 200 freestyle-Not reported (Lynden) 1:58.8; 200 individual medley-Not reported (Lynden) 2:02.5; 50 freestyle-Not reported (Lynden) 24.6; Diving-not held; 100 butterfly-Not reported (Lynden) 56.9; 100 freestyle-MacDonald (Lynden) 54.6; 500 freestyle-Not reported (Lynden) 4:54.5; 200 freestyle relay-Lynden 1:42.8; 100 backstroke-Not reported (Lynden) 59.8; 100 breaststroke-Not reported (Lynden) 1:04.4; 400 freestyle relay-Lynden 3:40.9. Records-Lynnwood 1-3 overall. Lynden not reported.

  • Lake Stevens 118, Mount Vernon 65: Lake Stevens won the non-conference meet by winning 10 of 12 events.

    200 medley relay-Lake Stevens (Co. Brooke, Collison, Stone, Keller) 1:56.2; 200 freestyle-Lindquist (MV) 1:49.91*; 200 individual medley-Collison (LS) 2:26.4; 50 freestyle-Hinricksen (LS) 22.17*; Diving-Byers (LS) 142.05; 100 butterfly-Stone (LS) 55.82*; 100 freestyle-Moberg (MV) 58.2; 500 freestyle-Lindquist (MV) 5:06.5; 200 freestyle relay-Lake Stevens (Hinrickson, Ca. Brooke, Collison, Keller) 1:40.9; 100 backstroke-Stone (LS) 59.6; 100 breaststroke-Hinrickson (LS) 1:07.3; 400 freestyle relay-Lake Stevens (Hinrickson, Stone, Ca. Brooke, Co. Brooke) 3:46.4. Records-Lake Stevens 3-0 overall. Mount Vernon 1-3.

    *Class 3A state meet qualifying time.

  • Meadowdale 94, Squalicum 73: Derek Shiu capatured two individual events and swam on the winning 400-yard freestyle relay team to lead Meadowdale to the non-conference victory.

    200 medley relay-Squalicum (Ruther Hall, Kohler, Crookall ) 2:01.48; 200 freestyle Hunt (S) 2:25.8; 200 individual medley-Shiu (M) 2:22.77; 50 freestyle-Kohler (S) 25.97; Diving-Allen (S) 125.90; 100 butterfly-Ruther (S) 1:06.61; 100 freestyle-Kohler (S) 59.60; 500 freestyle-Garvey (M) 6:50.78; 200 freestyle relay-Meadowdale (Connely, Asp, Clifford, Piplic) 1:52.86; 100 backstroke-Shiu (M) 1:06.79; 100 breaststroke-Hall (S) 1:06.94; 400 freestyle relay-Meadowdale (Asp, Clifford, Shiu, Frisch) 4:06.52. Records-Meodowdale 3-2 overall. Squalicum not reported.

  • Anacortes 95, Stanwood 59: Cody Glad ended up being the only winner of the day for the Spartans winning the 200-yard freestyle in the non-conference loss.

    200 medley relay-Anacortes (Way, Morgenthaler, Pyke, Wray) 1:55.44; 200 freestyle-Glad (Stanwood) 2:11.73; 200 individual medley-Pyke (Anacortes) 2:23.2; 50 freestyle-Wray (Anacortes) 25.52; Diving-none; 100 butterfly-Pyke(Anacortes) 58:92; 100 freestyle-Wray (Anacortes) 55:82; 500 freestyle-Wray (Anacortes) 6:16.35; 200 freestyle relay-Anacortes (Orsini, Pyke, Morgenthaler, Hood) 1:50.33; 100 backstroke-Way (Anacortes) 1:08.02; 100 breaststroke-Orsini (Anacortes) 1:26.52; 400 freestyle relay-Anacortes (Wray, Way, Hood, Orsini) 4:05.41. Records-Anacortes not reported. Stanwood 0-2 overall.

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