Snohomish stays unbeaten on mat

Herald staff

SNOHOMISH – Nick Jolokai’s pin at 215 pounds sealed the deal for the Snohomish Panthers Thursday as they defeated the once-beaten Edmonds-Woodway Warriors 37-30 in a Western Conference 4A wrestling showdown.

Jolokai pinned his opponent in 37 seconds of the second round.

“That was the match that closed the door on them and gave us the win,” Snohomish coach Mark Perry said.

Nick Burpee’s 3-0 decision at 189 pounds for the Panthers was also a key. Burpee scored a two-point takedown and a one-point escape in the second round and hung on for the decision.

Matt Hadreas of Edmonds-Woodway posted a pin at 119 pounds in 56 seconds of the second round.

Nick Burke and Derek Misner both captured their first varsity victories of the year for the Panthers. Brad Kihm, Brett Herzog, and Jake Kaltbrunner all claimed victories and remain undefeated for Snohomish.

  • Cascade 56, Sehome 12: Cascade won 11 of 14 bouts in route to the Wesco 4A victory.

    103-Foster (C) pinned Eastman, 1:28; 112-Harvey (C) dec. J. Cutrer, 4-0; 119-Kubic (C) by technical fall over Powers 18-2; 125-Krier (C) dec. S. Cutrer 11-2; 130-Garcia (C) pinned Santos, 2:52; 135-R. Douglas (C) pinned Lor, 3:14; 140-C. Douglas (C) pinned Steele, 1:49; 145-Erickson (C) pinned Dahlgren, 4:44; 152-Hughes (C) dec. Hunt, 17-3; 160-McDonnell (C) dec. Brock, 10-2; 171-Durbin (S) dec. Buchan, 4-2; 189-Tsiorvas (S) pinned Schoelles, 1:42; 215-Brune (S) dec. Roe, 6-0; 275-Calderon (C) won by forfeit. Records-Cascade 4-1 in league, 4-1 overall. Sehome 1-2, 1-2.

  • Mountlake Terrace 58, Shorecrest 24: Mong chi Lin, Kyle Mielmurray, and Mike Olsen all pinned their opponents in under 30 seconds to lead the Hawks to the Wesco 4A victory.

    103-McVay (MT) won by forfeit; 112-Stevenson (MT) won by forfeit; 119-McGower (S) won by forfeit; 125-Pistole (MT) dec. Nakata 10-0 ; 130-Cundi (MT) won by forfeit; 135-Comeau (MT) pinned. Carlton, 3:12 second round; 140-Jansson (MT) pinned. Rel, 4:30 third round; 145-Meske (S) pinned. Smith, 5:44 first round; 152-Garton (MT) pinned. Pasic, 3:49 first round; 160-Abts-luckin (S) pinned. Kim, 3:39 first round; 171-Edwards-Hoff (S) pinned. Grey, 4:50 first round; 189-Lin (MT) pinned. Fagen, :29 first round; 215-Mielmurray (MT) pinned. Winnie, :22 first round; 275-Olsen (MT) pinned. Hulmy, :22 first round. Records-Mountlake Terrace 1-5 in league, 1-5 overall. Shorecrest 0-4, 0-4.

  • Stanwood 60, Lynnwood 18: Joe Webb pinned his opponent in 16 seconds to lead the Spartans to the Wesco 3A victory. Josh Martin of Lynnwood pinned his opponent in the second round.

    103-Schwartz (S) won by forfeit; 112-Hayward (L) pinned Stivala 1:23 third; 119-Mittleman (L) pinned Brown 1:16 third; 125-Hayes (L) pinned Lagrandeur 0:51 first; 130-Houston (S) pinned Al-Hussaini 0:53 second; 135-Rodgers (S) Mingo 1:23 first; 140-Dotson (S) pinned Ngyen 1:34 first; 145-Zinkand (S) dec Friedman 12-10 OT; 152-Webb (S) pinned Ditmars 0:16 first; 160-Jones pinned Yang 1:40 first; 171-Olson pinned Steill 0:50 second; 189-Seymour pinned Clawson 0:55 first; 215-Bear (S) dec. Cogdill 7-3; 275-Martin (L) pinned Walton 0:56 second. Records-Lynnwood 0-2 in league, 2-5 overall. Stanwood 2-1, 3-2.

  • Shorecrest 103, Sehome 68: Hans Heussy had state qualifying times in both the 200-yard freestyle and 100 freestyle in addition to anchoring the 400 freestyle relay team, leading the Scots to the Wesco 4A victory.

    200 medley relay-Sehome (Pederson, McEathron, Colbertson, Knudsen) 1:50.58; 200 freestyle-Heussy (Shorecrest) 1:49.63*; 200 individual medley-Hench (Shorecrest) 2:15.48; 50 freestyle-Colbertson (Sehome) 24.29; Diving-Colbertson (Sehome) 222; 100 butterfly-McEathron (Sehome) 1:01.71; 100 freestyle-Heussy (Shorecrest) 50.22*; 500 freestyle-Thompson (Shorecrest) 5:23.53; 200 freestyle relay-Shorecrest (Jacobson., Bressler, Hench, Heussy) 1:39.21; 100 backstroke-Pederson (Sehome) 59.63; 100 breaststroke-Hench (Shorecrest) 1:08.35; 400 freestyle relay-Shorecrest (Thompson, Hanson, Hogan, Heussy) 3:42.72. Records-Shorecrest 2-0 in league, 2-1 overall. Sehome 0-2, 2-2.

    *Class 4A state meet qualifying time.

  • Marysville-Pilchuck 116, Shorecrest 67: Derek Spalding captured one individual event and swam on two first-place relays to lead the Tomahawks to the Wesco 4A victory. Hans Uchessy of Shorecrest qualified for state in two individual events.

    200 medley relay-M-P (Sizer, Neagle, Spalding, Pepin) 1:46.26; 200 freestyle-Ucheussy (S) 1:49,62*; 200 individual medley-Hench (S) 2:15.48; 50 freestyle-Pepin (M-P) 23.81; Diving-Craig (M-P) 169.6; 100 butterfly-Spalding (M-P) 1:02.43; 100 freestyle-Uchessy 50.27*; 500 freestyle-Thompson (S) 5:23.53; 200 freestyle relay-M-P (Spalding, Sorenson, Diggs, Neagle) 1:39.09; 100 backstroke-Kreutz (M-P) 1:03.09; 100 breaststroke-Neagle (M-P) 1:06.33; 400 freestyle relay-M-P (Pepin, N. Brown, Perrine, Sizer) 3:38.68. Records-Shorecrest 1-1 in league, 1-1 overall. M-P 3-0, 5-0.

    *Class 4A state meet qualifying time.

  • Marysville-Pilchuck 124, Sehome 60: Luke Neagle swam on a winning relay and captured first in the 100-yard backstroke and 200 individual medley to lead Marysville-Pilchuck to the Wesco 4A victory.

    200 medley relay-M-P (Sizer, Neagle, Spalding, Pepin) 1:46.26; 200 freestyle-Sizer (M-P) 1:58.69; 200 individual medley-Neagle (M-P) 2:17.06; 50 freestyle-Pepin (M-P) 23.81; Diving-Culburtson (S) 222.00; 100 butterfly-McEathron (S) 1:01.71; 100 freestyle-Pepin (M-P) 53.00; 500 freestyle-Sizer (M-P) 5:28.84; 200 freestyle relay-M-P (Spanding Sorenson Diggs Neagle) 1:39.09; 100 backstroke-Pedersen (S) 59.63; 100 breaststroke-Neagle (M-P) 1:06.33; 400 freestyle relay-M-P (Pepin, N. Brown, Perrine, Sizer) 3:38.68. Records-Sehome 1-2 in league, 1-2 overall. M-P 3-0, 5-0.

  • Oak Harbor 115, Mariner 52: Brent Rivard won two individual events and swam on two winning relay teams as the Wildcats won the Wesco 4A meet. Teammate David Swoish also won his individual event and competed on the winning relay teams.

    200 medley relay-Oak Harbor (Hunter, Rivard, Wiley, Swoish) 2:07.11; 200 freestyle-Hunter (OH) 2:14.08; 200 individual medley-Swoish (OH) 2:26.71; 50 freestyle-Rivard (OH) 27.67; Diving-none; 100 butterfly-Wiley (OH) 1:06.47; 100 freestyle-Bonner (Mariner) 1:10.73; 500 freestyle-Hunter (OH) 6:07.97; 200 freestyle relay-Oak Harbor (Marriott, Bressler, Vrbas, Epilepsia) 2:14.05; 100 backstroke-Wiley (OH) 1:16.61; 100 breaststroke-Rivard (OH) 1:17.84; 400 freestyle relay-Oak Harbor (Wiley, Hunter, Rivard, Swoish) 4:13.20. Records-Oak Harbor 1-2 in league and overall. Mariner 0-3, 0-3.

  • Edmonds-Woodway 94, Mountlake Terrace 91: Brandon Neuhaus and Nick Tainter each won two individual events and swam on two winning relays and Chris Shively won the 100-yard backstroke and swam on all three winning relays to help Edmonds-Woodway win the Wesco 4A meet. Mountlake Terrace’s Rodney Pilman won the 50 freestyle and swam a state qualifying time of 50.41 seconds in the 100 freestyle.

    200 medley relay-Edmonds-Woodway (Shively, Kees, Neuhaus, Matthews) 1:54.81; 200 freestyle-Tainter (E-W) 1:57.48; 200 individual medley-Neuhaus (E-W) 2:20.91; 50 freestyle-Pilman (MT) 22.97; Diving-Buenzli (E-W) 163.85; 100 butterfly-Neuhaus (E-W) 1:01.17; 100 freestyle-Pilman (MT) 50.41*; 500 freestyle-Tainter (E-W) 5:10.75; 200 freestyle relay-Edmonds-Woodway (Stammen, Neuhas, Tainter, Shively) 1:38.64; 100 backstroke-Shively (E-W) 1:03.12; 100 breaststroke-Bruce (MT) 1:10.07; 400 freestyle relay-Edmonds-Woodway (Stammen, Tainter, Shively, Scotton) 3:44.32 Records-Mountlake Terrace 1-2 in league, 2-3 overall. Edmonds-Woodway 2-1, 5-1.

    *Class 4A state meet qualifying time.

  • Anacortes 69, Lynnwood 62: Anacortes used seven first-place finishes to capture the non-conference meet.

    200 medley relay-double disqualification; 200 freestyle-Vance (A) 2:25.3; 200 individual medley-Way (A) 2:20.1; 50 freestyle-Pyke (A) 26.8; Diving-no divers available; 100 butterfly-Nordlund (L) 1:12.3; 100 freestyle-Pyke (A) 58.2; 500 freestyle-Hood (A) 6:47.3; 200 freestyle relay-Lynnwood (Walker, Marchi, Stoll, Nordlund) 1:47.5; 100 backstroke-Wray (A) 1:13.7; 100 breaststroke-Stoll (L) 1:15.1; 400 freestyle relay-Anacortes (Way, Hood, Vance, Springs) 4:06.3. Records-Lynnwood 1-4 overall. Anacortes not reported.

  • Jackson 132, Squalicum 47: Jackson won 10 of 11 events to earn the non-conference victory.

    200 medley relay-Jackson (Cramer, Mullins, Deford, Citron) 1:52.6; 200 freestyle-Cramer (J) 1:56.4; 200 individual medley-Ramos (J) 2:16.6; 50 freestyle-Strunk (J) 23.7; Diving-no divers available; 100 butterfly-Strunk (J) 1:00.3; 100 freestyle-Warren (J) 53.0; 500 freestyle-Cramer (J) 5:03.8; 200 freestyle relay-Jackson (Deford, Warren, Strunk, Tracy) 1:41.5; 100 backstroke-Warren (J) 1:00.8; 100 breaststroke-Hall (S) 1:05.6; 400 freestyle relay-Jackson (Cramer, Warren, Strunk, Mullins) 3:45.8. Records-Jackson 4-0 overall. Squalicum not reported.

  • Everett 85, Bellingham 85: Kyle Fankhauser won two individual events and swam on two winning relay teams as the Seagulls and the Red Raiders ended up tied in the non-conference meet.

    200 medley relay-Everett (Bigelow, Andre, Holzinger, Fankhauser) 2:00.49; 200 freestyle-June (E) 2:16.47; 200 individual medley-Fankhauser (E) 2:36.3; 50 freestyle-Bigelow (E) 25.41; Diving-McCoy (Bellingham) 119.4; 100 butterfly-Fankhauser (E) 1:10.40; 100 freestyle-Holzinger (E) 58.27; 500 freestyle-June (E) 6:14.95; 200 freestyle relay-Everett (Bigelow, June, Fankhauser, Holzinger) 1:46.17; 100 backstroke-Guier (B) 1:10.00; 100 breaststroke-Gardener (B) 1:13.97; 400 freestyle relay-Bellingham (Lervold, Her, Guier, Goldman) 4:07.53. Records-Everett 3-0-1 overall. Bellingham not reported.

  • Lake Stevens 104, Lynden 66: Max Hinricksen captured two individual events and swam on two first-place relays to lead the Vikings to the non conference victory. Hinrickson qualified for state in the 100-yard freestyle.

    200 medley relay-Lynden (Kohrs, Bergman, Louws, MacDonald) 1:48.50; 200 freestyle-Hinricksen (LS) 1:52.87; 200 individual medley-Stone (LS) 2:07.62; 50 freestyle-MacDonald (L) 23.83; 100 butterfly-Stone (LS) 58:38; 100 freestyle-Hinricksen (LS) 49:57*; 500 freestyle-Oliver (LS) 5:56.65; 200 freestyle relay-Lake Stevens (Ca. Brooke, Erving, Hinricksen, Co. Brooke) 1:39.78; 100 backstroke-Kohrs (L) 1:02.83; 100 breaststroke-Wilson (L) 1:06.79; 400 freestyle relay-Lake Stevens (Collison, Hinricksen, Oliver, Stone) 3:47.96. Records-Lake Stevens 4-0 overall. Lynden not reported.

    *Class 3A state meet qualifying time.

  • Stanwood 96, Burlington-Edison 58: Stanwood won all but two events in the non-league meet.

    200 medley relay-Stanwood (Cameron, D. Rittscher, E. Rittscher, Glad) 1:57.60; 200 freestyle-Cameron (S) 2:19.13; 200 individual medley-E. Rittscher (S) 2:26.80; 50 freestyle-Glad (S) 24.94; Diving-Not held; 100 butterfly-Cameron (S) 1:13.68; 100 freestyle-Erikson (B-E) 53.31; 500 freestyle-Bossey (S) 7:06.55; 200 freestyle relay-Burlington-Edison (Luchi, Brannigan, Zimmerman, Sutterland) 2:12.28; 100 backstroke-D. Rittscher (S) 1:07.75; 100 breaststroke-E. Rittscher (S) 1:12.75; 400 freestyle relay-Stanwood (Cameron, Glad, D. Rittscher, E. Rittscher) 4:03.73 Records-Stanwood 2-2 overall. Burlington-Edison not reported.

  • Stanwood 87, Sedro-Woolley 72: Cody Glad took two individual firsts as well as swimming on two winning relay teams, helping to lead the Spartans to the non-conference victory.

    200 medley relay-Stanwood (Cameron, D. Rittscher, E. Rittscher, Glad) 1:57.60; 200 freestyle-Cameron (Stanwood) 2:19.13; 200 individual medley-E. Rittscher (Stanwood) 2:26.80; 50 freestyle-Glad (Stanwood) 24.94; Diving-none; 100 butterfly-Hansen (Sedro-Woolley) 59.63; 100 freestyle-Glad (Stanwood) 55.56; 500 freestyle-Watts (Sedro-Woolley) 6:53.28; 200 freestyle relay-Sedro-Woolley (Gross, DeVoe, Watts, Hansen) 1:53.86; 100 backstroke-Bethea (Sedro-Woolley) 1:05.79; 100 breaststroke-Hansen (Sedro-Woolley) 1:05.47; 400 freestyle relay-Stanwood (Cameron, Glad, D. Rittscher, E. Rittscher) 4:02.73. Records-Stanwood 2-2 overall. Sedro-Woolley not reported.

  • Shorewood 155.4, Port Angeles 144.75: Hannah Verbrugge won all-around honors to lead Shorewood to the non-conference victory.

    All-around-Verbrugge (Shorewood) 32.5; Floor exercise-Verbrugge (Shorewood) 8.4; Balance beam-Verbrugge (Shorewood) 8.9; Uneven bars-Hosmann (Shorewood) 7.9; Vault-Verbrugge (Shorewood) 8.2. Records-Shorewood 2-0 overall. Port Angeles 3-2.

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