Prep wrestling: Shoreline Invitational

SHORELINE — Shorewood won their own invite for the first time in 21 years on Saturday behind first-place finishers Matthew Floresca (132), Erik Harris-Uldall (138), Dawda Dibba (145), Konnor Carpenter (195), Ben Avila (220), and Erca Erdenebayer (285).

At Shorewood H.S.

Team scores—Shorewood 215.5, Granite Falls 177.5, Roosevelt 106, Shorecrest 105, Bellevue 102, Nathan Hale 88.5, Blanchet 52.5, O’Dea 19.5.

106—Spencer Coffee (Shorecrest) maj. dec. Eric Moshcatel (R) 10-0; 113—Logan Corbin (GF) maj. dec. Owen Donnelly (Shorecrest) 11-2; 120—Ryan Nash (GF) pinned Marc Moshcatel (R) 1:44; 126—Jacob Sands (R) dec. Tyler Groff (GF) 4-3; 132—Matthew Floresca (Shorewood) inj. def. Rikio Campbell (Shorewood); 138—Erik Harris-Uldall (Shorewood) maj. dec. Josiah Glessner (Shorecrest) 12-2; 145—Dawda Dibba (Shorewood) tech. fall Ricky Morguez (Shorecrest) 4:04; 152—Jasper Bourgette (NH) dec. Braden Kalloway (Shorewood) 5-4; 160—Tommy Eadie (GF) dec. Michael Hodges (NH) 8-5; 170—Gabe Buccino (Bellevue) pinned John Flanagan (Blanchet) 2:20; 195—Konnor Carpenter (Shorewood) pinned Jamey Mange (Bellevue) 2:50; 220—Ben Avila (Shorewood) pinned Wolfgang Olson (Shorecrest) :36; 285—Erca Erdenebayer (Shorewood) pinned Tristian Prout (NH) 2:25.

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