FOREST CITY, Iowa -- The Missouri Valley
women's wrestling team won six medals, one gold, Saturday during the
Waldorf Open at Forrest City,
unattached, second-ranked junior Jacarra Winchester breezed through the
130-pound field with four convincing wins. After a 12-2 technical fall
in the opener, Winchester pinned No. 5 Lindenwood junior Rachel Factora
in the quarterfinals and notched an 11-0 tech fall in the semifinal
against Waldorf sophomore Justice Losee.
the championship match, Winchester upset top-ranked Oklahoma City
sophomore Rachel McFarland, 8-0.
other Lady Vikings reached the finals undefeated before settling for silver medals.
Sixth-rated senior Frances Elfiong (143 pounds) got to the trophy round
on a 10-0 technical fall and injury default before dropping a 6-0 tilt
No. 3 Oklahoma City sophomore Stephanie Geltmacher.
Jessica Ulloa, unranked at 191 pounds, won a 6-2 decision in the first round
and pinned No. 10 Lindenwood freshman Meghan Freeman in the semifinals.
However, she was upended in the title bout by third-ranked Oklahoma
City freshman Heather O'Connor with a 12-2 technical fall.
remaining three medals were for fourth place as ninth-ranked senior
Brittany Jones (170), senior Mayleen Soto (136) and freshman Christy
Powell (123) each went 2-2.
picking up wins for the Lady Vikings were sophomore Samantha Higa (123)
and freshman Precious Jaramillo (123).
eighth-ranked Valley team is scheduled to be in Des Moines this coming
weekend for the NWCA National Duals.
The Salmon Arm Secondary Wrestling Team went to the War On The Floor
Wrestling Tournament in December at Simon Fraser University in Burnaby.
Eighty schools and about 450 wrestlers from around B.C. attended the
two-day event. The first day of wrestling included novice wrestlers,
young men and women who have not medaled in a major tournament with
four or more entries in their weight class. The local results from the
novice tournament included:
• Men - Chad Baker, 66 kg, 4th; Jacob Fagrie, 63 kg, 5th; Dean
Koller, 70 kg, 5th; Kellen McEachein-Corely, 54 kg, 6th; Colin
Robinson, 38 kg, 5th; Ian St. Clair-Moniz, 74 kg, 5th.
• Women - Krystine Hamre, 60 kg, 2nd; Mikayla McKay, 70 kg,
3rd; Madison Porteous, 64 kg, 1st.
The second day of wrestling was for the elite wrestlers, individuals
who have placed in the top three positions at a major tournament during
their high school wrestling careers as well as outstanding wrestlers
from the War On The Floor.
Salmon Arm had five wrestlers entered in this part of the meet: Chad
Baker; St Clair-Moniz; McKay who placed 5th; Porteous who placed 5th
and Shay-lyn Steiger who came third in the 46 kg category, wrestling
two weight classes higher than last year. Twenty-three wrestlers from
the Salmon Arm team attended the tournament.
“All of our wrestlers competed to the best of their ability
and treated the meet as a chance to improve their skills and compete
with the best wrestlers in the province,” said co-coach
Richard Sweet. “They are good kids who continue to work hard
and improve with each practice.”
By A.L. Shaff Special to the Sahuarita Sun
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This is a story of three brave young women, three high school girls
making the most of their chances and enjoying the thrill of competitive
Addie Wolfley and Britnee Coss, at Walden Grove High School, and Jordan
Frink at Sahuarita High School, compete as varsity team members on
their high school wrestling teams.
Ninth-grader Jordan Frink wrestles at 106 pounds on the Mustangs
varsity. At Walden Grove, junior Britnee Coss also wrestles on the
varsity at 106 pounds, with sophomore Addie Wolfley competing at 145
Sahuarita may be the only school district in Arizona that can boast of
three females competing on the mats at the varsity level.
Sahuarita coach Jim Anders calls Jordan Frink one of the hardest
workers in the wrestling room.
"She's become a little leery about shooting for a take-down right now
because she's been over-powered and caught, but that's a matter of
experience and building herself up physically. The guys accept her not
just as a "girl wrestler" but as an equal member of their team who can
score needed points."
"But, they also don't give me any favors or take it easy on me," Jordan
admits. "Coach Anders expects me to work as hard as they do and to take
the punishment that's part of wrestling. That's the way it should be."
"When I tell kids in school that I'm a wrestler on the school team,
they almost always answer the same way with "No you don't! You're too
pretty to do that!' Or they just stare at me."
Walden Grove, claims not one but two female wrestlers on their varsity
Coss had wrestled in Michigan before moving to Arizona with parents
Anthony and Lilia Coss who live in Rancho Sahaurita. But that was the
international Olympic free style, so it has taken time to adjust to the
American "collegiate" style.
Asked why she wants to wrestle, Britnee smiles broadly and answers,
"Honestly, I love this sport and it's the only sport I've ever done. As
my teammate friend Addie said, 'I like the challenge because it's the
toughest of all high school sports.'"
"My goal for this season is to get as many wins as possible for my
team. To get stronger and learn more moves because this sport is my
Red Wolves coach Art Gonzalez says about Britnee, "She's coming along
really well. The girls don't have much choice but to get better if
they're going to compete with the guys. They need more experience which
will come slowly."
When Sahuarita and Walden Grove clashed in a dual meet earlier in the
year, Frink and Coss squared off in the 106 pound match. In perhaps the
most exciting match of the evening, they traded the lead with takedowns
and escapes right through the third round, until Coss finally pulled
out an 11-9 decision.
Addie Wolfley, the other female Red Wolf wrestler, faces an even
tougher time because she competes in a weight class where male
opponents possess a combination of speed, agility and strength.
While the lighter weights such as 106 or 132 rely on quickness and the
heavier weights use their size, the middle weights of 138, 145, 154 and
160 retain their speed and possess added physical power. Every time
Addie steps on the mat, she expects a tough competitor at perfect
muscle strength and with experience.
"I wrestled in middle school for a year, then I stopped when I came to
Walden Grove. But, I wanted to get in shape, plus my friends kept
asking me to come back to a sport I love," Addie says about becoming a
Red Wolf wrestler.
"When other girls find out I'm on the wrestling team, they go, 'Wow! I
couldn't do that!' But I can because I like to challenge myself. I like
learning the strategies of this sport. Besides, it's just a fun sport!"
Sahuarita High School Athletic Director Chris Fanning sees only
positives in allowing females to join the teams.
"It's great that wrestling provides another opportunity for anyone
regardless of sex. I really admire the girls who take on this
challenge," he says.
CASTLE ROCK — The Ilwaco High School wrestling team placed
four wrestlers in the top five and finished seventh at the 18 team Jim
Bair Invitational at Castle Rock Jan. 4.
Senior Tom Odneal continued his winning ways, taking first
place in the 170-pound bracket. Odneal has yet to lose a match this
season, and is currently 14-0.
In the 132 pound division, Riki Thompson placed third. Keishi Thompson
placed fifth in the 138 pound division, as did Matt McDonald in the 285
pound weight class.
“(It was a ) good quality tournament and the toughest
competition we will see until our state tournament,” said
coach Kevin McNulty of the meet. “Nice to see some other
teams from around the state and a good measuring stick of where we need
to be by postseason.”
The Fishermen have a busy week ahead, starting Thursday when they will
host a double dual meet. They round out the week at the Pacific Rim
Tournament at Seaside High School on Friday and Saturday.
IHS girls place at Elma
ELMA — While the Ilwaco boys were busy wrestling in Castle
Rock, the Ilwaco girls were competing in Elma, where four finished
third or better.
Maria Mondragon finished second to lead the way for the Lady Fishermen.
Marilyn Thompson, Jennifer Navarre and Hilda Mondragon all placed third
in their respective weight classes.
Wrestling started out at Grand View as an ancillary benefit to a
The Vikings were launching their football program seven years ago when
a weight-room expansion project left the school with leftover
second-floor space inside the Charles S. Johnson Wellness Center.
Grand View president Kent Henning looked at the vacant room, considered
his school’s enrollment goals and an NAIA powerhouse program
was born a year later.
The top-ranked Vikings are in pursuit of a third straight title this
weekend at the Multi-Division National Duals inside the Iowa Events
Center. Henning chuckled this week when asked if Grand View wrestling
would even be part of the conversation had it not been for that
leftover room where the Vikings now train.
“I suppose there’s a possibility we may not have
added wrestling in 2008,” he said. “We were very
interested in it because of the ratio of high school wrestlers to
college rosters. But the expansion onto the wellness center gave us our
More specific, Grand View’s strategy to boost enrollment
through athletics was the foundation in the program construction. Other
schools have followed the blueprint in recent years, evidenced by a
look at this weekend’s field.
Nearly 40 percent of the 76 programs competing at the Multi-Division
National Duals were started in the last 13 years. In all, almost 100
new programs, including six in Iowa, have been created since 2001.
“We’re having a terrific run right now (adding
programs in) D-II, D-III, NAIA and women,” National Wrestling
Coaches Association executive director Mike Moyer said.
“I’m so excited about that.”
But Moyer also acknowledges the challenges the sport faces at its most
visible level. Division I has dwindled from 146 to 77 programs during
the past three decades and Boston University is planning to discontinue
wrestling after this season.
Moyer said the sport is taking measures to protect its turf, but he
said “the business model is very different” at the
bigger schools that “are not so enrollment driven.”
There are signs of optimism in other corners of the country. Grand
Canyon University will make the jump to college wrestling’s
top level in the 2017-18 season. There’s hope other small
schools playing Division I sports could adopt wrestling to boost
Initially, Henning hoped wrestling might bring a couple of dozen new
students to campus. The school recently purchased a Des Moines bowling
alley that is being transformed into a wrestling facility that will
accommodate coach Nick Mitchell’s 60-man roster. Throw in the
two national titles the Vikings have won and their work in the
classroom — Grand View has finished fourth in NAIA in team
GPA the past two seasons — and Henning considers the addition
of wrestling as a smashing success.
“We really did not have the idea that we would be so
successful so soon, but that comes back to great coaches,” he
said. “When you put a great leader in front of a program like
that, this is what could happen.”
Bettendorf climbed five spots in the national rankings after its
performance last weekend at The Clash in Rochester, Minn. The Bulldogs
moved up to No. 27 in the InterMat Fab 50 after finishing sixth in the
32-team field and beating then-No. 13 Marist (Ill.) and No. 17 Bound
Brook (N.J.) along the way. Bettendorf state champs Fredy Stroker and
Logan Ryan and Mason City’s Kaz Onoo each went 6-0 and made
the all-tournament team. ... Southeast Polk moved up to No. 25
nationally after placing fourth at the Cheesehead in Kaukauna, Wis.
Nolan Hellickson (120) and Ethan Andersen (220) took home titles for
the Rams and Waverly-Shell Rock’s Bryce Steiert claimed the
Grand View coach Nick Mitchell said two-time NAIA heavyweight champion
Eric Thompson will be in the lineup this weekend for the Multi-Division
National Duals. Thompson defaulted in a Dec. 30 consolation match at
the Midlands Championships after suffering a concussion. ... Northern
Iowa freshman Dylan Peters notched his 13th pin of the season Saturday
against Buffalo’s Mike Soria. He needs two more to move into
the top 10 on the school’s single-season falls list. ...
Iowa’s 41-0 victory Saturday against Michigan State marked
the second time the Spartans have been blanked in their last three
trips to Iowa City. For perspective, Iowa hasn’t been shut
out in a dual since 1966.
FIVE TO WATCH
Wrestlers to keep an eye on this weekend at the Multi-Division National
Duals in Des Moines:
1. Joey Davis, Notre Dame College, Division II — Defending
national champ was one of the top high school prospects in the Class of
2. Helen Maroulis, Simon Fraser, Women’s — The 2012
World silver medalist is ranked No. 1 at 123 pounds.
3. Eric Thompson, Grand View, NAIA — Two-time national champ
clinched last year’s dual title for the Vikings with a fall.
4. Kenny Anderson, Wartburg, Division III — Two-time national
champion is ranked No. 1 at 133.
5. Megan Black, King, Women’s — First girl to medal
at the Iowa state high school meet is ranked seventh at 130.
THE BELLINGHAM HERALDJanuary 8, 2014 Updated 10 hours ago
Wrestling: Mount Baker
v. Sedro-WoolleyMount Baker
beat Sedro-Woolley 33-31 in a Northwest Conference girls' wrestling
dual meet on Wednesday, Jan. 8, 2014 in Deming. View Full GalleryANDY BRONSON — THE BELLINGHAM HERALD |Buy Photo
DEMING - The Mount Baker girls' wrestling team might not have left the
Deming Dome on Wednesday, Jan. 8, feeling overconfident about its dual
win. But against a perennial power such as Sedro-Woolley, a win isn't
much to complain about.
Combined, the Mountaineers and
Cubs won each wrestling state title from 2008 to 2012 before Warden
took home the top prize last year. Baker won in 2008 and Sedro-Woolley
held its title from 2009-2012.
Four days removed from putting
together a dominating win during the 2014 Sedro-Woolley Women's
Wrestling Tournament, it was the Mountaineers' turn to welcome in their
Skagit County rival, and Baker did just enough to score a 33-31 win
thanks to four Sedro-Woolley forfeits.
The Mountaineers, who placed
second at state, beat Sedro-Woolley 63-6 and earned nine pins during
the head-to-head dual meet last year. Nicole Boardman's first-period
pin and Aniecea Camacho's wild last-second win represented Mount
Baker's only wins this time, while the Cubs won five matches.
"We wrestled all right," Mount
Baker coach Clyde Blockley said. "Sedro-Woolley came up here and
wrestled very well, very well. We still have a lot to work on. We
aren't there yet."
Blockley said he used a new
lineup, giving an opportunity to some of the Mountaineers'
up-and-comers. In turn, many of Baker's top wrestlers were given the
night off or forfeits. Returning state placers Natalie Smith (118
pounds), Jessica Mata (130) and Akemi Schwinden (235) each didn't
Boardman's 124-pound match was
Mount Baker's most dominating. She needed only 27 seconds to pin
Sedro-Woolley's Maddie Moser, giving the Mountaineers points in the
Although Camacho's match took
place midway through the dual, her result turned out to be the
difference. And what a match it was.
Camacho faced Sedro-Woolley's
Rebeka Matthews following two hard-fought Baker losses that went the
full three periods, and Camacho found herself locked in another tight
The Mount Baker sophomore led
4-2 heading into the second period thanks to a takedown and reversal,
but Matthews rebounded with a takedown and a three-point near fall to
end the second period.
Camacho closed the gap early
in the third and eventually took a 9-8 lead with a takedown with only
42 seconds left. However, as she desperately gripped Matthews' waist,
the Cubs wrestler scored an escape to tie the match with five seconds
"It went right through my
head, 'I can't let my team down. I got to fight and I can do this,'"
Camacho said. "I was real tired when I was on top. Then she got up, and
I knew I had to get that point."
Camacho, without hesitation,
grabbed Matthews, spun her to the mat and got enough top position to be
rewarded a two-point takedown and the win as the final buzzer sounded.
"I guess she pretty much
gutted it out," Blockley said of his 155-pounder. "She had to get a
takedown at the end, and she knew she couldn't let the girl up, too.
She made herself work a little harder for the takedown there."
Despite all the state title
clout in Deming Tuesday, Blockley and Camacho said they viewed the
match as just another dual.
"Our ultimate goal in
everything is to do our best and pin them," Camacho said. "We just know
that it might be tougher against this team, so we have to go harder."
Mount Baker travels to Kelso
next at 10 a.m. Saturday, Jan. 11, to compete in the Kelso Ladies
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Geltmacher won the Waldorf Open 143-pound championship for the second
FOREST CITY, Iowa
– Oklahoma City University had four champions in the Waldorf
Warrior Open on Friday at Hanson Fieldhouse.
The Stars' Emily Webster
captured the 101-pound championship, while Cody Pfau
won the 109 title, Stephanie Geltmacher
took the 143-pound crown and Heather O'Connor
was the 191-pound champion.
Fourteen OCU competitors placed in the tournament. Taking runner-up in
the event were Brianna Rahall
at 101, Kristi Garr
at 109, Rachel McFarland
at 130, Beatrize Martinez
at 136 and Sherese Thomas
OCU's third-place finishers were Stephanie Martinez
(101), Shelby Morrison
(116), Tanalei Louis
(123) and Brieana Delgado
(130). Rachel Archer
picked up a fourth-place showing at 116.
Webster, a junior from Sedalia, Mo., won twice by technical fall 10-0
for the title. Webster defeated teammate Rahall 10-0 in the
championship bout. Webster captured her ninth tournament championship
with OCU. Webster is ranked No. 1 at 101 pounds in the Women's College
Pfau, a freshman from Parachute, Colo., prevailed 10-0 over Garr in the
championship match. Pfau also pinned Jordan
White of Missouri Baptist.
Pfau entered ranked third, while Garr was No. 2 at 109.
Geltmacher, a senior from Kahaluui, Hawaii, beat Frances
Efiong of Missouri Valley
6-0 for the tournament title. Geltmacher picked up two technical-fall
wins en route to the championship match. Geltmacher won her third
tournament title while at OCU, taking the Waldorf Open for the second
O'Connor, a junior from Napa, Calif., knocked off Jessica
Ulloa of Missouri Valley
12-2 to collect the 191-pound crown. O'Connor also won 10-0 over Rebecca
Perales of Lindenwood (Mo.).
The third-ranked Stars compete next in the NWCA National Duals on Jan.
10-12 in Des Moines, Iowa. Results
By Ian Hamilton, The Leader-Post January 9, 2014
Kristine Longeau (bottom) wrestles with Indhyra Linares (top)
during University of Regina’s wrestling team practice in
Regina on January 08, 2014.
Photograph by: Don Healy , Regina Leader-Post
Kristine Longeau has won five medals in five events so far this season
for the University of Regina Cougars women's wrestling team.
But something's missing from her handful of medals - a gold one.
Longeau enters Saturday's Cougar Open at the U of R with two silver
medals, three bronze medals and a hunger for gold.
"Maybe I'm saving the gold for when it really matters," Longeau said
with a laugh. "It's a little frustrating because it's always right
there in my grasp and then something happens.
"Actually, I think it's good for me because it keeps me grounded. You
know that you can improve and not always getting the gold means that
you have more work to do.
"It makes me better in the end because if you always win gold, then
there's no competition and you're not going to get better."
Longeau, who's in her fourth season of CIS eligibility with the
Cougars, finished third in each of Regina's first three meets this
season (the Dinos Invitational on Oct. 26, the Simon Fraser
International Open on Nov. 2, and the Wesmen Invitational on Nov. 9).
She moved up a spot to second place at each of the Huskie Open on Nov.
23 and the Golden Bear Invitational on Saturday. In Longeau's mind, her
consistent showings this season are a result of the mat time she has
accrued over the years. "It's just the experience," the 23-year-old
Reginan said. "Each year you gain more knowledge about different ways
"Every year you build up a little bit more confidence, a little bit
more knowledge, and it just naturally progresses into more success."
Longeau enjoyed a fair amount of success last season, winning a silver
medal at the Canada West championships to earn her first career trip to
the CIS meet. There, she lost in the bronze-medal match at 72 kilograms.
Those showings also served as a springboard for her this season.
"The success I had last year gave me the confidence for this year that
I can medal, that I can compete with and beat these girls," she said.
"I just built that confidence based off of last year's success."
Longeau joined the Cougars for the 2008-09 season after graduating from
O'Neill High School and posted a fourth-place finish at the Canada West
championships as a rookie.
She took the next two years off, during which time she took up running
with her mom, Meranne Jonsson.
"That's what triggered me to want to come back, too; I missed the
fitness aspect," said Longeau, who returned to the Cougars for the
2011-12 season - a campaign which ended for her with another
fourth-place finish at the Canada West meet.
"My mom and I trained a lot together and we've run the Queen City
half-marathon three times together since then. She's a huge impact on
my life and she's always there for me if I need a partner.
"It's funny. She'll say, 'How much weight do you have to cut?' and I'll
be like, 'Oh, five pounds.' She'll say, 'I'll think of you when I'm on
the treadmill today.' Thanks, Mom. If only it worked that way.''
Cougars head coach Leo McGee called Longeau "a blue-collar worker," a
characterization which he believes explains her progress this season.
For McGee, the work Longeau has put in away from the mat has created a
surge of confidence which is leading to her success on the mat.
"A couple of years ago, I looked at Kristine and said, 'She's just on
the outer circle. I don't know how much she's enjoying this,' '' Mc-Gee
said. "She made a real upswing when she started putting the work in.
"Now she's enjoying it, she's having fun and she's getting wins."
The Cougar Open is to begin Saturday at 10 a.m., in the U of R's
Physical Activity Centre.
Men's and women's teams from the universities of Alberta, Calgary,
Saskatchewan and Winnipeg are to join the Cougars in the event.
Mount Miguel senior working her way toward top 2 rank
12:01 a.m.Jan. 9, 2014
Talisha Dozier (right) wrestles Michelle Greenlaw during practice at
Mount Miguel High School.
Watching Talisha Dozier race down the long-jump runway before leaping
more than 18 feet or seeing her dashing down the track to win a
100-meter race, you’d never guess there was another side to
In the overheated wrestling room at Mount Miguel High, a transformation
takes place. The smile is gone, there is no chatting, nothing but focus
on the business at hand, which is tossing around male and female
Dozier is a competitor, whether on the wrestling mat or running track.
When the most recent state girls wrestling rankings were released, she
was rated third at 131 pounds. That’s not where she plans to
finish come February. Anything but a top two is unacceptable.
“My goal is to make it to the championship match,”
she says of the girls’ state championships Feb. 28 at the
Visalia Convention Center. “And once I get there, the only
acceptable result is a win. I gained experience last year but now
Dozier finally gave in after coach Vic Richmond had tried to get her to
come out for wrestling starting in the ninth grade. Two years of
prodding, kidding, cajoling and she finally buckled, fully expecting to
Surprise: Once she started she didn’t want to stop.
“I told him no, I don’t want to wrestle,”
said Dozier, who was 14-0 through the end of 2013. “He kept
tracking me down and telling me I’d make a good wrestler.
Finally to stop him from chasing me around school I told him
I’d come out.
“It turns out I like it now. I thought I’d lose, so
I worked to get better. I really wasn’t that concerned about
winning or losing at first, but as I got better I liked
After finishing second in the section, Dozier went to the state
championships where she won two matches before losing in the 131-pound
quarterfinals. She eventually finished seventh — not bad for
someone who hadn’t wrestled before.
“My inexperience killed me,” she said.
“The girl who beat me kept using the same move that
I’d never seen and I didn’t know how to counter it.
I would now. Wrestling for a year, I know what’s coming
— especially against the girls.”
Besides, that girl graduated and Dozier says she will probably drop
down in weight to 126.
“I can do that, although my normal weight is 130,”
said the 5-foot-3 senior.
One of her strengths is speed and quickness on the mat, something she
has brought from running track since she was 12.
In last year’s section track championships, she competed in
four events, going to state after a long jump best of 18 feet, 7 inches
in the Grossmont Conference Championships.
Right now, though, her focus is on wrestling and she practices against
boys for a good reason — it makes her better.
“She holds her own against the boys,” Richmond
said. “Talisha doesn’t like to lose and
she’s not afraid of hard work, either. She’s
naturally strong and has tremendous quickness.”
In a preseason meet at Mira Mesa High, she placed second wrestling
against boys after winning the girls division moments before.
Sounds pretty serious except once outside the oven of the wrestling
room, she’s nothing but smiles and laughter.
“Yes, I probably smile too much but I’m a very
happy person,” she said. Her mother, Laura Dozier,
wouldn’t have it any other way.
“She was always competing with her brother (Tony Dozier) and
now she’s in three sports (volleyball in the
fall),” Laura said. “She’s dedicated, but
The exception is when she’s inside the circle of a wrestling
mat or on the track. Then, the smiles disappear as Dozier tends to
The Burlington-Edison girls' wrestling team defeated Nooksack Valley
48-22 on Wednesday, Jan. 8, at Nooksack Valley High School.
Chloe Gardner, who wrestled out of the 137-pound weight class, recorded
a quick pin of her opponent, Courtney Johnson. For Gardner, who
finished third at the Mat Classic last season, the goal has always been
to work toward state, and that is exactly what coach Chad Parson is
seeing from his senior standout.
"We're starting to focus in now on what we're going to do in the
postseason," Parson said in the phone interview.
The Pioneers' Alex Parson also secured a tough, hard-fought win against
the Tigers' Hannah Holmes. She won by points in three rounds, 15-3.
"Holy cow she had a tough match," Chad Parson said. "Alex has tied all
of her technique together and is so quick on her feet."
Ashley Loreen and Candace Rodriguez were the only other Nooksack
wrestlers to secure wins.
BURLINGTON-EDISON 48, NOOKSACK VALLEY 22
100: Ashley Becerra (B-E) def. Maria Cazares (NV) pin. 106: Arlethe
Montiel (B-E) win by forfeit. 112: Christina Sosa (B-E) def. Puala
Cazares (NV) pin. 118: Alex Parson (NV) def. Hannah Holmes (B-E) 15-3.
124: Sarah Sprecklemeyer (B-E) def. Delaney Cop (NV) pin. 130: Candace
Rodriguez (NV) def. Morgan Harlan (B-E) pin. 137: Chloe Gardner (NV)
def. Courtney Johnson (B-E) pin. 145: Shelby Burress (B-E) def.
Viridiana Melero (NV) pin. 155: Caitlyn Moore (B-E) win by forfeit.
170: Riley VanderVeen (B-E) win by forfeit. 190: Delisha Hodges (B-E)
def. Kaleiolani Jefferson (NV) pin. 235: Ashley Loreen (NV) def. Jaden
Shadle (B-E) pin.