Oak Harbor wrestlers topple Mariner, 48-15

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OAK HARBOR – In a bout between two returning state meet qualifiers, Oak Harbor’s Brent Lang decisioned Mariner’s Cecilio Martinez 9-2 Tuesday to help the Wildcats post a 48-15 victory over the Marauders in a Western Conference 4A wrestling dual meet at Oak Harbor H.S.

“It was one of our best against one of their best,” said Oak Harbor coach Brian Farmer.

Oak Harbor wrestlers produced five pins and three major decisions.

“The kids came through,” Farmer said. “It was a great team effort. We wrestled well. I’m real pleased with our progress.”

  • Cascade 48, Kamiak 12: Cascade won 11 of 14 bouts in route to its Wesco 4A victory.

    103-Funk (K) dec. Calhoun, 11-0; 112-Le (K) dec. Lerma, 7-4; 119-Harvey (C) dec. Beyers, 7-3; 125-Kubel (C) dec. McCoy, 11-5; 130-Krier (C) dec. Yasuda 3-2; 135-Garcia (C) dec. Landon, 10-7; 140-Douglas (C) dec. Scott, 8-1; 145-Erickson (C) pinned Hughes, 3:57; 152-Hughes (C) pinned Oulette, 1:34; 160-McDonnell (C) pinned Asaif, 2:45; 171-Buchan (C) pinned Kunkel, 3:28; 189-Quarrie (K) pinned Prokosch, 3:11; 215-Roe (C) dec. Dockter, 14-9; 275-Calderon (C) pinned Dockter, 1:58. Records-Cascade 1-1 in league, 1-1 overall. Kamiak 0-1, 0-1.

  • Edmonds-Woodway 58, Mountlake Terrace 16: Tom Stannard won by fall in 56 seconds for Edmonds-Woodway in the Wesco 4A meet.

    103-Brundvick (E-W) dec. McVay, 18-4; 112-Trieu (E-W) pinned Stevenson, 3:09; 119-Hadkeas (E-W) won by forfeit; 125-Pistole (MT) dec. Franklin, 7-2; 130-Cundy (MT) dec. Lanier, 12-1; 135-Edens (E-W) pinned Bailey, 2:09; 140-Jansson (MT) pinned Sanders, 3:06; 145-Hanchett (E-W) pinned Smith, 4:24; 152-Graham (E-W) pinned Kim, 5:12; 160-Garton (MT) dec. Braxton, 6-1; 171-Curits (E-W) won by forfeit; 189-Stokes (E-W) pinned Mong Chi Lin, 2:25; 215-Sadowski (E-W) won by forfeit; 275-Stannard (E-W) pinned Olson, :56. Records-Mountlake Terrace 0-2 in league and overall. Edmonds-Woodway 2-0.

  • Marysville-Pilchuck 56, Sehome 20: Brothers Patrick and Albert Ryan each had first-round pins for Marysville-Pilchuck in the Wesco 4A meet.

    103-Hanks (M-P) won by forfiet; 112-P.Ryan (M-P) pinned J.Cutrer, 1:56; 119-A.Ryan (M-P) pinned Guidon, 1:10; 125-Zerfing (M-P) dec. S.Cutrer, 14-3; 130-Ramey (M-P) pinned Santos, 3:35; 135-Dormaier (M-P) pinned Bremer, 1:30; 140-T.Thompson (M-P) dec. Steele, 12-1; 145-Harris (M-P) pinned Dahlgren, :54; 152-Delbrouck (M-P) pinned Hunt, 2:45; 160-Brock (S) pinned Jones, 4:27; 171-Durbin (S) pinned Swardz, 2:22; 189-Tsiorvas (S) dec. K.Thompson, 14-2; 215-Brune (S) dec. Rivas, 14-2; 275-Silva (M-P) won by forfiet. Records-Sehome 0-1 in league and overall. Marysville-Pilchuck 2-0.

  • Snohomish 66, Shorewood 6: Snohomish’s Brett Herzog won by major decision, 21-11, at 171 pounds in the Wesco 4A meet.

    103-Ferris (SW) pinned Ferrin, 3:48; 112-Sanders (SW) pinned Pugh, 2:52; 119-T.Pratt (S) pinned Meyersj, 2:34; 125-Gleason (S) major dec. Wyman, 18-8; 130-McDonell (S) pinned Oyarzo, 3:10; 135-Coffey (S) pinned Rosenkranz, 5:48; 140-Kaltbrunner (S) pinned Sikov, :30; 145-Khlm (S) pinned Payne, 2:17; 152-Stach (S) pinned Wyatt, 1:28; 160-Clifford (S) dec. Shoemaker, 15-8; 171-Herzog (S) major dec. Medhaug, 21-11; 189-Burpee (S) dec. Cooper, 5-3; 215-Jolokai (S) pinned DesJardien, 3:13; 275-Walsh (S) pinned Lemon, 1:17. Records-Shorewood 0-1 in league and overall. Snohomish 2-0.

  • Squalicum 37, Lynnwood 31: Kyle Hayward and Reese Cogdill both pinned their opponents in the first round for the Royals.

    103-Huynh (L) won by forfeit; 112-Hayard (L) pinned O’Brien 1:31 first; 119-Mittleman (L) technical fall over Webb 17-2; 125-Lagrandur(L) dec Webb 7-2; 130-Al’hussina (L) dec Orasco 16-3; 135-Michelson (S) dec Neece 10-1; 140-Gray (G) pinned Ngyen :42 third; 145-Freidam (L) dec Jarvis 14-5; 152-Hasted (S) pinned. Dipmars 1:21 second ; 160-Spees (S) pinned Yang 1:42 first; 171-Follestad (S) pinned Suthrun 1:56 second; 189-Still (L) dec Murphy 11-9; 215-Cogdill (L) pinned Zatine 1:02 first; 275-Jorgegson (S) dec. Martin 6-1. Records-Squalicum 2-0 overall, Lynnwood 1-1

  • Mount Vernon 39, Meadowdale 27: Mount Vernon’s Richard Kowell pinned Meadowdale’s Brandon Stount 52 seconds into their heavyweight match to cap off the Bulldogs’ non-conference victory.

    103-Meadowdale won by forfeit; 112-Robidau (MV) won by technical fall over Healy, 1:36; 119-Washington (M) dec. Curry, 8-4; 125-Audettte (MV) won by technical fall over D. Primacio, :07; 130-Oliver (M) dec. Suomela, 12-7; 135-Alunni (M) dec. Buckemeyer, 8-2; 140-R. Primacio (M) pinned Davidson, :24, first; 145-Blomgren (M) pinned Rawls, 2:56, third; 152-Hayton (MV) dec. Cooley, 7-4; 160-Vanderpool (MV) pinned Welch, :41, first; 171-Cunningham (MV) dec. Miller, 6-0; 189-Caudill (MV) won by technical fall over Hollingsworth, :32, third; 215-Highet (MV) pinned Power, 1:32, first; 275-Kowell (MV) pinned Stout, :52, first. Record-Meadowdale 2-1-1 overall.

  • Jackson 34, South Whidbey 30: Jackson won by forfeit in the 275 pound class to earn the non-conference victory.

    103-double forfeit; 112-Birkenbuhl (J) dec. Thomas, 14-3; 119-Wood (J) pinned Johnson 5:01; 125-Sparks (J) pinned Flister, 3:19; 130-Hynas (SW) pinned Eaton 1:44; 135-Yonkers (J) dec. Rumberger, 8-5; 140-Ediger (J) pinned Foote, 1:51; 145-Loya (J) dec. Noste, 5-3; 152-Wills (SW) dec. Rodriguez, 8-5; 160-Martin (SW) dec. Kummerfeldt, 8-4; 171-Herns (SW) by injury default over Lohuis; 189-McCabe (SW) pinned Lindseth, :47; 215-Admiral (SW) pinned Hoaveher, 3:14; 275-Rockenstire (J) won by forfeit. Records-Jackson 2-0 overall. S. Whidbey 0-1-1.

  • Stanwood 36, Burlington-Edison 31: Jesse Jones won by fall in 1:03 in Stanwood’s non-league victory.

    103-Ortiz (B-E) pinned Schwartz, 2:55; 112-Brown (S) won by forfeit; 119-Watson (B-E) technical fall Scott, 19-16; 125-Willmaser (S) dec. Erickson, 5-2; 130-Vaquero (B-E) technical fall Smith, 15-6; 135-Houston (S) major dec. Pindergrust, 12-2; 140-Sill (B-E) pinned Rodgers, 3:59; 145-Rasar (B-E) dec. Zinkand, 4-0; 152-Rivas (B-E) dec. Webb, 2-0; 160-Floyd (S) technical fall. Griffith, 21-4; 171-Jones (S) pinned Lawrence, 1:03; 189-Olson (S) pinned Tate, 3:29; 215-Bear (S) pinned Fredricks, 1:05; 275-Harju (B-E) pinned Walton, :40. Record-Stanwood 1-1 overall.

  • Lakewood 51, Lake Stevens JV 24: David Leonard, who usually wrestles at 190 pounds, won at heavyweight for Lakewood in the non-league meet.

    103-Joe Edmonds (L) pinned Moore, :53, first; 112-Clutier (LS) pinned Berwald, :54, first; 119-Thomas (L) pinned Esta, :35, third; 125-Orner (LS) won by forfeit; 130-Villano (L) won by forfeit 135-Bailey (L) pinned Crawford, 1:05, first; 140-Richardson (L) pinned Vallow, 1:08, first; 145-Heist (LS) dec. M. Leonard, 5-3; 152-Sellway (LS) pinned Torey, :46, first; 160-Nearing (LS) dec. Rettinghouse, 11-7; 171-Caldwell (L) dec. Williams, 8-4; 189-Gamman (L) pinned Baraljas, :44, second; 215-Jon Edmonds (L) pinned Myers, :56, First; 275-D. Leonard (L) pinned Ginez, :48, second. Record-Lakewood 1-0 overall.

  • Edmonds-Woodway 138, Cascade 45: Edmonds-Woodway either finished first or swept the top three places in every event in the non-league meet.

    200 medley relay-Edmonds-Woodway (Shively, Tainter, Stammen, Vinzant) 1:55.68; 200 freestyle-Tainter (EW) 1:59.38; 200 individual medley-Newhaus (EW) 2:33.58; 50 freestyle-Vinzant (EWl) 24.27; Diving-Buenzli (EW) 200.45; 100 butterfly-Newhaus (EW) 1:03.25100 freestyle-Shively (EW) 51.31; 500 freestyle-Tainter (EW) 5:24.67; 200 freestyle relay-Edmonds-Woodway (Shively, Vinzant, Stammen, Tainter) ; 100 backstroke– (EW) !:08.02; 100 breaststroke-Stammen (EW) 1:20.00; 400 freestyle relay-Edmonds-Woodway (Scotton, Newhaus, Matthews, Zeisman) 4:19.04. Records-Edmonds-Woodway 1-0 league, 2-0 overall. Cascade 0-1, 0-2.

  • Mercer Island 113, Snohomish 73: Eddie Anderton swam state qualifying times in the 200- and 500-yard freestyle races for Snohomish in the non-league meet. Snohomish’s second-place 200 medley relay and 400 freestyle relay teams swam state qualifying times.

    200 medley relay-Mercer Island (Hayes, Kaarma, Strand, Sussex) 1:44.77; 200 freestyle-Ferguson (S) 1:51.65; 200 individual medley-Anderton (S) 2:00.43*; 50 freestyle-Leary (S) 22.99; Diving-Not reported (MI) score not reported; 100 butterfly-Not reported (MI) time not reported; 100 freestyle-Leary (S) 51.62; 500 freestyle-Anderton (S) 4:54.13*; 200 freestyle relay-Mercer Island (Sussex, Kaarma, Hayes, Strand) 1:32.51; 100 backstroke-Pedack (S) 1:00.45; 100 breaststroke-Grant (MI) 1:06.82; 400 freestyle relay-Mercer Island (Sussex, Kaarma, Hayes, Strand) 3:28.83 Records-Mercer Island 1-0 overall. Snohomish 0-1.

    *Class 4A state meet qualifying time.

  • Lake Stevens 113, Mountlake Terrace 75: Max Hinricksen qualified for state in the 100- and 200-yard freestyle races for Lake Stevens in the non-league meet. Mountlake Terrace’s Rodney Pilman qualified for state in the 50 freestyle.

    200 medley relay-Lake Stevens (Brook, Stone, Todd, Collison) 1:50.17; 200 freestyle-Hinricksen (LS) 1:48.93; 200 individual medley-Stone (LS) 2:10.09; 50 freestyle-Pilman (MT) 22.70*; Diving-Wist (LS) 101.00; 100 butterfly-Montgomery (MT) 1:12.98; 100 freestyle-Hinricksen (LS) 48.46*; 500 freestyle-Townsend (MT) 5:42.12; 200 freestyle relay-Lake Stevens (Hinricksen, Stoney, Collison, Brooke) 4:41.00; 100 backstroke-Collison (LS) 1:04.25; 100 breaststroke-Todd (LS) 1:10.13; 400 freestyle relay-Lake Stevens (Todd, Oliver, Hinricksen, Brook) 3:43.43. Records-Lake Stevens 1-0 overall. Mountlake Terrace 1-1.

  • Meadowdale 100, Sedro-Woolley 58: Meadowdale’s Derek Shiu won two events and took part in two relay wins in the Mavericks’ non-conference victory.

    200 medley relay-Meadowdale (Votaw, Shiu, Frisch, Piplic) 2:05.1; 200 freestyle-Olson (SW) 2:20.6; 200 individual medley-Shiu (M) 2:18.8; 50 freestyle-Piplic (M) 26.9; Diving-Piplic (M) 130.95; 100 butterfly-Hansen (SW) 1:00.3; 100 freestyle-Olson (SW) 1:00.9; 500 freestyle-Garvey (M) 6:51.6; 200 freestyle relay-Sedro-Woolley (not reported) 1:50.6; 100 backstroke-Votaw (M) 1:17.3; 100 breaststroke-Shiu (M) 1:11.5; 400 freestyle relay-Meadowdale (Garvey, Clifford, Frisch, Shiu) 4:18.9. Records-Meadowdale 1-1 overall. Sedro-Woolley 0-1.

  • Meadowdale 118, Burlington-Edison 30: Meadowdale won all 12 events to sweep the non-conference meet.

    200 medley relay-Meadowdale (Votaw, Shiu, Frisch, Piplic) 2:05.1; 200 freestyle-Clifford (M) 2:25.3; 200 individual medley-Shiu (M) 2:18.8; 50 freestyle-Piplic (M) 26.9; Diving-Piplic (M) 130.95; 100 butterfly-Frisch (M) 1:09.6; 100 freestyle-Frisch (M) 1:01.1; 500 freestyle-Garvey (M) 6:51.6; 200 freestyle relay-Meadowdale (Clifford, Connolly, Piplic, Bahl) 1:50.8; 100 backstroke-Votaw (M) 1:17.3; 100 breaststroke-Shiu (M) 1:11.5; 400 freestyle relay-Meadowdale (Garvey, Clifford, Frisch, Shiu) 4:18.9. Records-Meadowdale 2-1 overall. Burlington-Edison 0-1.

  • Bellingham 103, Lynnwood 54: Bela Stoll won the 200-yard individual medley and the 100 breastroke for Lynnwood in the non-league meet.

    200 medley relay-Bellingham (Goldman, Van Laanen, Ehr) 1:59; 200 freestyle-Pearson (B) 2:25; 200 individual medley-Stoll (L) 2:28.8; 50 freestyle-Ehr (B) 26.5; Diving-McCoy (B) 102.95; 100 butterfly-Ehr (B) 1:15.9; 100 freestyle-Lervold (B) 1:01.6; 500 freestyle-Guier (B) 6:27.4; 200 freestyle relay-Bellingham (Lervold, Gardner, Jorgenson, Van Laanan) 1:54.8; 100 backstroke-Goldman (B) 1:09.00; 100 breaststroke-Stoll (L) 1:14.2; 400 freestyle relay-Bellingham (Her, Guier, Lervold, Goldman) 4:18.7. Record-Lynnwood 0-2 overall.

  • Lynden 115, Stanwood 48: Erik Rittscher captured first for the Spartans in the 500-yard freestyle in the non-conference meet.

    200 medley relay-Lynden 1:43.29; 200 freestyle-Kohrs (L) 2:21.32; 200 individual medley-A Bergman (L) 2:14.34; 50 freestyle-M. Beckman (L) 22.42; 100 butterfly-C. Bergman (L) 53.78; 100 freestyle-Beckman (L) 53.03; 500 freestyle-Rittscher (S) 6:08.33; 200 freestyle relay-Lynden 1:38.33; 100 backstroke-C. Bergman (L) 57.31; 100 breaststroke-A. Bergman (L) 1:03.71; 400 freestyle relay-Lynden 3:47.71. Records-Lynden record not reported. Stanwood 0-1.

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