Snohomish wrestlers are too strong for Marauders

Herald staff

EVERETT – The Snohomish Panthers had a little too much firepower for the young Mariner Marauders Thursday night.

Snohomish got pins by Trevor Pratt at 119 pounds, Lance Stach at 152 and Nick Jolokai at 215 to key a 45-22 Western Conference 4A victory in the season opener for both teams.

“They were definitely well prepared and we got a baptism by fire, so to speak,” Mariner assistant coach Mike Braaten said.

The top bout of the night occurred at 160 pounds in which the Panthers Chuck Clifford got a takedown in overtime to top Mariner’s Justin Evans 13-11. Clifford jumped out to an 8-0 lead after the first period, but Evans battled back and cut the deficit to 9-8 in the second before tying score at the end of regulation.

“It was definitely a good, hard-fought match,” Braaten said.

Mariner got a major decision by Cecilio Martinez in the opening match at 189 pounds, before Snohomish got rolling.

“Our kids worked hard, but there’s always room for improvement,” Braaten said.

  • Edmonds-Woodway 32, Cascade 31: Edmonds-Woodway and Cascade split the 14 bouts in the Wesco 4A meet, but the Warriors out- pinned the Bruins 2-1 to earn the victory.

    103-Brudvik (EW) pinned Calhoun 1:33; 112-Trieu (EW) dec. Foster 7-5; 119-Hadreas (EW) won by default Cubec; 125-Krier (C) dec. Lanier 10-2; 130-Garcia (C) dec. Franklin 10-2; 135-Edens (EW) dec. R. Douglas, 7-0; 140-C. Douglas (C) pinned Sanders 1:03; 145-Erickson (C) dec. Hanchett, 12-0; 152-Hughes (C) dec. Graham, 13-2; 160-McDonnell (C) dec. Braxton, 17-2; 171-Curtis (EW) dec. Buchan, 14-3; 189-Stokes (EW) pinned Porkosch 1:22; 215-Stennard (EW) dec. Roe, 9-0; 275-Calderon (C) dec. Riach, 10-2. Records-Edmonds-Woodway 1-0 in league, 1-0 overall. Cascade 0-1, 0-1.

  • Oak Harbor 54, Mountlake Terrace 23: The Wildcats won four of the five lightweight divisions to defeat the Hawks in the Wesco 4A meet.

    103-Shad Movay (MT) pinned Rory Magana 1:39, first round; 112-Kevin Lang (OH) pinned C.J. Stevenson 1:15, first round; 119-John Garcia (OH) won by forfeit; 125-Kyle Isaacson (OH) won by forfeit; 130-Danny Wichers (OH) dec. Pistole, 6-0; 135-Kasey Cundi (MT) pinned Israel Comicho in 3:30; 140-Erik Jannson (MT) pinned Matt Hill in 4:57; 145-Brent Thompson (OH) won by technical fall over Teo Smith, 16-1; 152-Andrew Nicholas (OH) won by major dec. over Jeremy Garton, 15-6; 160-Brian Lang (OH) pinned Joe Kim in 1:45; 171-Brent Lang (OH) won by forfeit; 189-Mong Chi Lin (MT) won by technical fall over David Kazman, 17-1; 215-Chris Whiteman (OH) won by forfeit; 275-Shawn Hogar (OH) pinned Mike Olson in 1:12. Records-Oak Harbor 1-0 league, 1-0 overall. Mountlake Terrace 0-1, 0-1.

  • Marysville-Pilchuck 65, Shorecrest 14: Twin brothers Patrick and Albert Ryan both pinned their opponents in under a minute to lead the Tomahawks to the Wesco 4A victory.

    103-Hanks (MP) won by forfeit; 112-McCally (MP) won by forfeit; 119-P. Ryan (MP) pinned McGowen 0:31 first; 125-A. Ryan (MP) pinned Nakaty 0:54 first; 130-Lowry (MP) won by forfeit; 135-Dormaier (MP) pinned Carlton 5:29 third; 140-Thompson (MP) pinned Adams-Dennis 3:49 second; 145-Harris (MP) pinned Meske 3:12 second; 152-Carlton (SC) dec. Wienker 14-1; 160-Abts-luskin (SC) dec. Jones 13-2; 171-Edwards Hoff (SC) pinned Swardz 2:32 second; 189-Thompson (MP) won by forfeit; 215-Rivas won by forfeit; 275-Olesen (MP) won by forfeit. Records-Shorecrest 0-1 in league, 0-1 overall. Marysville-Pilchuck 1-0, 1-0.

  • Meadowdale 36, South Whidbey 36: Senior Aaron McCabe won his first match as a varsity wrestler with a pin for the Falcons in the second round. Mark Alunni won his match in the second round for the Mavericks.

    103-Perrin (M) pinned Schorr, 2:35, second; 112-White (SW) technical fall Seeley, 19-4; 119-Washington (M) pinned Thomas, 1:51 first; 125-D. Primacio (M) dec. Hyman, 6-3; 130-Oliver (M) won by forfeit; 135-Alunni (M) pinned Rumberger 3:23 second; 140-M. Primacio (M) dec. Foote 5-3; 145-Blomgren (M) pinned Noste 5:21 third; 152-Wills (SW) dec. Bruaw 12-1; 160-Martin (SW) won by forfeit; 171-Hern (SW) pinned Vidmore 1:43 first; 189-McCabe (SW) pinned Hollingsworth 3:13 second; 215-Admiral (SW) won by forfeit; 275-Hezel (SW) dec Knutsen 16-12. Records-Meadowdale 2-0-1 overall. South Whidbey 0-0-1.

  • Sedro Woolley 40, Stanwood 30: Brent Olson won in 54 seconds of the first round for the Spartans.

    103-Brown (S) won by forfeit.; 112-Stivala (S) won by forfeit; 119-Hayes (S) pinned Goodell 3:52 second; 125-Evans (SW) dec. Willmaser 19-5; 130-Knight (SW) dec. Smith 11-1; 135-Ringhouse (SW) pinned Houston 1:43 first; 140-Wicker (SW) dec. Rodgers 15-7; 145– Ru. Dreyer (SW) dec. Webb 9-4; 152-Ro. Dreyer dec. Lynch 15-7; 160-Andrews (SW) pinned Floyd 3:23 second; 171-Edson (SW) dec. E. Olson 7-1; 189-B. Olson (S) pinned Walker 0:54 first; 215-Moore (SW) pinned Bear 3:29 second; 275-Walton (S) won by forfeit. Records-Sedro Woolley 1-0 overall. Stanwood 0-1.

  • Everett 48, Mount Vernon 24: Everett won the non-conference meet, winning nine of 14 weight classes with strong performances from 135 to 152 pounds.

    103-Margarito (E) forfeit, 6-0; 112-Irwin (E) dec. Robinson 6-5; 119-Curry (MV) dec. Inks 6-1; 125-Audett (MV) pinned Wilt, 2:59; 130-Swamola (MV) pinned Kanes, 3:30; 135-Horand (E) pinned Rode, 3:00; 140-Mauer (E) pinned Danielson, 1:00; 145-Pruden (E) pinned Rawls, 1:03; 152-Symons (E) pinned Hayton, 1:59; 160-Vanderpool (MV) dec. Bagley, 8-3; 171-Cunningham (MV) pinned Bernhardt, 4:52; 189-Hawkins (E) pinned Caudie, 1:09; 215-Turner (E) pinned Wintink, 3:14; 275-Jones (E) dec. Kowell, 5-0. Records-Everett 1-0 overall. Mount Vernon 0-1.

  • Lynnwood 36, Burlington 31: In a close non-conference meet, the Royals were led to victory by defending state champion Joel Mittleman, who pinned his opponent in 1:02 of the second round.

    103-double forfeit 112-Hayward (L) won by forfeit; 119-Mittleman (L) pinned Watson, 1:02 second; 125-Lagrandeur (L) pinned Stevens, 1:08 first; 130-Erickson (B) dec. Al-Hussani, 8-6; 135-Vaquero (B) pinned Neece, 1:05 second; 140-Pendergast (B) dec. Nquyen, 8-7; 145-Freidman (L) pinned Rasar, :19 second; 152-Rivas (B) dec. Ditmars, 5-1; 160-Griffith (B) dec. Young, 12-1; 171-Lorence (B) pinned Suthern, 1:04 second; 189-Tate (B) pinned Still, :39 second; 215-Cogdill (L) pinned Friedrichs, :46 third; 275-Martin (L) pinned Harjn, :45 second. Records-Lynnwood 1-0 overall. Burlington 0-1.

  • Ferndale 36, Arlington 33: Nathan Parris of Arlington needed only 44 seconds to pin his opponent in a non-conference meet.

    103-Galusha (A) won by forfeit; 112-Ashmore (F) pinned Boggess, :39 second; 119-Chambers (F) dec. Lundberg, 9-5; 125-Burkepile (A) won by forfeit; 130-Jayne (A) won by forfeit; 135-Mungarro (F) pinned Nagel, :48 second; 140-Grabil (F) pinned Sosa, 1:15 third; 145-Garr (F) dec. Giard, 7-2; 152-Vanderliden (F) dec. Anderson, 3-2; 160-Downing (A) pinned. Wunsch, 1:16 first; 171-Finkbonner (F) dec. Haller, 5-4; 189-Frank (A) dec. Stevens, 7-1; 215-Meynders (F) pinned Downing; 275-Parris (A) pinned. Berg, :44 first. Records-Arlington 0-1 overall. Ferndale 1-0.

  • Squalicum 65, Monroe 8: At Squalicum High School, the Storm cruised to the non-conference victory by winning 12-of-14 bouts. Squalicum is 1-0 overall and Monroe is 0-1.

  • Edmonds-Woodway 112, Meadowdale 64: The Edmonds-Woodway quartet of Chris Shively, Danny Stammen, Brandon Neuhaus and Nick Tainter won both freestyle relays in the non-league meet. Derek Shin won two individual events and swam on the winning 200-yard medley relay team for Meadowdale.

    200 medley relay-Meadowdale (Votaw, Shin, Frisch, Clifford) 2:01.15; 200 freestyle-Stammen (E-W) 2:09.46; 200 individual medley-Shin (M) 2:18.40; 50 freestyle-Shively (E-W) 23.39; Diving-Buenzli (E-W) score not reported; 100 butterfly-Neuhaus (E-W) 1:01.15; 100 freestyle-Shively (E-W) 51.45; 500 freestyle-Tainter (E-W) 5:13.53; 200 freestyle relay-Edmonds-Woodway (Shively, Stammen, Neuhaus, Tainter) 1:43.63; 100 backstroke-Stammen (E-W) 1:08.52; 100 breaststroke-Shin (M) 1:10.37; 400 freestyle relay-Edmonds-Woodway (Shively, Stammen, Neuhaus, Tainter) 3:54.38. Records-Edmonds-Woodway 1-0 overall. Meadowdale 0-1.

  • Jackson 142, Cascade 39: Bryan Cramer won two individual events and swam on two first-place relays to lead the Timberwolves to the non-conference victory.

    200 medley relay-Jackson (Cramer, Wang, DeFord, Citron) 1:52.92; 200 freestyle-Cramer (J) 1:57.14; 200 individual medley-Wang (J) 2:16.32; 50 freestyle-Strunk (J) 24.17; 100 butterfly-DeFord (J) 1:01.69; 100 freestyle-Strunk (J) 52.27; 500 freestyle-Cramer (J) 5:08.53; 200 freestyle relay-Jackson (Warren, Citron, Deford, Strunk) 1:42.63; 100 backstroke-Warren (J) 1:00.63; 100 breaststroke-Mullins (J) 1:08.91; 400 freestyle relay-Jackson (Strunk, Cramer, Wang, Warren) 3:47.10. Records-Cascade 0-1 overall. Jackson 1-0.

  • Mountlake Terrace 144, Lynnwood 21: In a non-conference meet, the Hawks secured the victory by picking up a first-place finish in every event.

    200 medley relay-Mountlake Terrace (Dickson, Barie, Hansen, Pilman) 1:59.3; 200 freestyle-Pilman (MT) 2:05.3; 200 individual medley-Wilkens-Haigh (MT) 2:36.8; 50 freestyle-Forsberg (MT) 25.8; Diving-Morey (MT) score not reported; 100 butterfly-Hansen (MT) 1:10.6; 100 freestyle-Pilman (MT) 51.7; 500 freestyle-Wilkens-Haigh (MT) 6:38.7; 200 freestyle relay-Mountlake Terrace (Forsberg, Goodwin, Bruce, Hansen) 1:51.5; 100 backstroke-Shively (MT) 1:09.3; 100 breaststroke-Bruce (MT) 1:12.3; 400 freestyle relay-Mountlake Terrace (Lee, Shively, Wilkens-Haigh, Pilman) 4:00.2. Records-Mountlake Terrace 1-0 overall. Lynnwood 0-1.

  • Grace Academy 67, Heritage Christian 18: Ryan Andrews had 19 points and teammate Aaron Norton had 13 to lead Grace Academy to the non-league.

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    Heritage Christian-Potts 5, Smith 4, Deaton 4, Hendrickson 5. Grace Academy-Botoroff 4, Voges 11, Short 9, Snyder 3, Andrews 17, Norton 13, Stocks 4, Conklin 6. 3-point goals-Andrews 3, Norton 2, Snyder 1, Short 1. Records-Heritage Christian 0-2 overall. Grace Academy 1-0.

  • Meadowdale 52, Roosevelt 44: Audrey Hutchinson scored nine of Meadowdale’s 19 points in the fourth quarter, hitting a 3-pointer and six free throws down the stretch.













    Roosevelt-Purcell 16, Enfcy 2, Costello 4, Seidel 7, Miller 2, Watson 10, Wild 3. Meadowdale-Hutchinson 9, Dawson 5, Baker 5, O’Neil 11, Brewe 2, Jacob 5, Newton 2, Martin 2, Swerk 11. 3-point goals-Watson 1, Wild 1, Dawson 1, Baker 1, O’Neil 1, Hutchinson 1. JV score-Meadowdale 61, Roosevelt 25. Records-Meadowdale 1-0 overall.Roosevelt 1-1.

  • Grace Academy 49, Heritage Christian 14: Grace Academy jumped out to a 20-0 lead after one quarter of the non-league game. Grace Academy’s Tiffany Howard was 8-for-13 from the field and scored 16 points to lead all scorers.

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    Heritage Christian-Hammond 3, Hoffman 2, Murray 9. Grace Academy-Calvin 6, Lugg 2, Holt 4, Setzer 2, Jaime Short 12, Jacie Short 4, T. Howard 16, C. Howard 2, Davenport 1. 3-point goals-Murray 1. JV score-Bear Creek Christian def. Gace Academy. Records-Heritage Christian 0-2 overall. Grace Academy 1-0.

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