Tuesday’s prep wrestling results

WRESTLING

Jackson 63, A. Murphy 12

At Archbishop Murphy H.S.

106—Double forfeit; 113—Cris Wilson (J) won by forfeit; 120—Josh Vail (J) won by forfeit; 126—Colin Howell (AM) pinned Matt Kastelle 1:30; 132—Charles Immendorf (J) dec. Mason Mathis 9-8; 138—Xavier Wilkening-Joly (J) won by forfeit; 145—Cole Anderson (J) pinned Shota Takei 1:28; 152—Ben Brindle (J) won by forfeit; 160—Noah Lewis (J) won by forfeit; 170—James Ryan (J) pinned Barrett Floyd 3:27; 182—Garrett Miller (J) pinned Jon Shaffer 3:14; 195—Chris Shaffer (AM) pinned Da’Marquis Chapel 3:34; 220—Jose Viayra (J) pinned Matt Keck :46; 285—Brandon Dinthongsai (J) won by forfeit.

Mariner 39, Stanwood 26

At Stanwood H.S.

106—Levi Elsberry (M) pinned Ben Wemett :34; 113—Double forfeit; 120—Antonio Bernocco (S) won by forfeit; 126—Double forfeit; 132—Ben Wollman (S) dec. Joseph Adee 13-10; 138—Levi Weaver (M) pinned Carson Phillips :40; 145—Mason Phillips (S) dec. Josh Giron 18-3 (TF); 152—Riley Van Scoy (S) pinned Rowland Whited 1:43; 160—Roman Savchuk (M) won by forfeit; 170—Tyler Balderas (M) won by forfeit; 182—Joshua Jarosik (M) won by forfeit; 195—Arie van Veen (S) pinned Austin Kaytor 3:00; 220—Jose Parra (M) won by forfeit; 285—Cayden Herbert (M) maj. dec. Justin Bolden 16-4.

E.-Woodway 70, Shorecrest 0

At Edmonds-Woodway H.S.

103—Xiawang Phipps (EW) won by forfeit; 113—Ousman Fatty (EW) dec. Roman Shadduck 14-9; 120—Howie Hare (EW) dec. Kaiya Cunway 5-3; 126—Grayson LeCompte (EW) won by forfeit; 132—Ellis Carlson (EW) dec. Trentyn Good 8-2; 138—Salihou Fatty (EW) pinned Connor Block 5:32; 145—Cole Hadaller (EW) pinned Kanon Ludwig :34; 152—Simon Lee (EW) maj. dec. Ian Mortensen 11-3; 160—Anthony Lindamood (EW) pinned Zane Smith 1:00; 170—Chris Simpson (EW) pinned Spencer Loreen :57; 182—Josh Brown (EW) pinned Raymond Ricketts-Smith 1:01; 195—Brandon Mitchell (EW) won by forfeit; 220—Robbie Simanton (EW) pinned Simon Dalton 1:59; 285—Generous Yeh (EW) dec. David Rivera 3-1.

E.-Woodway 63, Lynnwood 12

At Edmonds-Woodway H.S.

103—Zayn Alrobae (L) dec. Xiawang Phipps :31; 113—Ousman Fatty (EW) pinned Kody Leonard :53; 120—Howie Hare (EW) won by forfeit; 126—Grayson LeCompte (EW) dec. Leul Wolde 11-6; 132—Morgan Beard (L) pinned Ellis Carlson :47; 138—Cole Hadaller (EW) won by forfeit; 145—Salihou Fatty (EW) dec. Oscar Vazquez 3-1, OT; 152—Simon Lee (EW) pinned Mahyar Shahhosseini 1:40; 160—Anthony Lindamood (EW) pinned Noah Gronning 2:47; 170—Chris Simpson (EW) pinned George Moraga 1:53; 182—Josh Brown (EW) pinned Albert Ventura 3:51; 195—Bryce Burns (EW) pinned Levi Major :34; 220—Brandon Mitchell (EW) pinned Brandon Hawk 1:09; 285—Generous Yeh (EW) dec. Frank Gougouehi 7-4.

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