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State Wrestling: Mat Classic, Day 2 updates

February 22nd, 2014 by jeff graham

(Click here for the latest bracket updates on the WIAA website.)

7:30 p.m.: Klahowya’s Brian Burchett and Kingston’s Bobby Reece are both champions. Burchett won the 138-pound class at 2A for his first title, while Reece won at 170 pounds at 2A for his fourth title.

Here are the final results from Mat Classic:

Class 4A
Team scores (Top 10 and locals)—Lake Stevens 133, Moses Lake 116.5, Union 111, Central Valley 101.5, Tahoma 100.5, Yelm 89, Rogers 81, Mead 69.5, Puyallup 69, Lewis & Clark 65, South Kitsap 29 (18th), Central Kitsap 10 (T38th)
Individual placers
Fifth/sixth
113—Nick Whitehead (Tah) p. Josh Criollos (CK) :40. 145—Adam Lutovsky (SK) d. Dalton Meyers (Ken) 8-4. 195—Tristan Hartmann (SK) d. Sam Lindsey (Aub) 4-2 OT.
Seventh/eighth
126—Ramon Ortiz (Eve) d. Brandon Forster (SK) 5-2.

Class 3A
Team scores (Top 10 and locals)—North Central 108.5, Decatur 100, Sunnyside 97, University 94, Bonney Lake 93.5, Mountain View 80.5, Mt. Spokane 77.5, Hanford 66, Stanwood 63, Enumclaw 59, Bainbridge 7 (T39th)
Individual placers
Seventh/eighth
138—Jack Miller (Bain) d. Connor Kerr (SP) 8-6.

Class 2A
Team scores (Top 10 and locals)—Deer Park 109, Sedro Woolley 104, Orting 98.5, Othello 97, Fife 85, Toppenish 83, Colville 78, Grandview 67, Port Angeles 61.5, Kingston 60, Olympic 28 (20th), Klahowya 25 (23rd), North Mason 12 (38th), Bremerton 5 (43rd), North Kitsap 4 (T45th)
Individual placers
Championship
138—Brian Burchett (Kla) d. Josesiah Saunders (Gra) 12-1. 170—Bobby Reece (King) p. Nate Vaughn (SW) 1:28.
Third/fourth
106—T.J. Baun (Col) d. Tyler Gale (PA) 2-1. 182—Aaron Dickson (King) d. Aaron Tisinger (Ana) 10-0.
Fifth/sixth
285—Roberto Coronel (PA) won by injury default over Ricky Miller (WVS).
Seventh/eighth
106—Bryce Hornbeck (SW) d. Tre Toledo (Oly) 13-3. 132—Adrian Madison (Oly) d. Chris Ridner (Ort) 6-1. 182—Matt Robbins (PA) p. Jeff Harrison (Lak) 4:09. 195—Allan McClure (WFW) p. Geordyn Shinard (Oly) 2:20. 285—Umu Timoteo (Oly) d. Jorge Timoteo (WVY) 4-3.

Class 1A
Team scores (Top 10 and locals)—Blaine 110.5, Forks 109, Warden 92, Lakeside 80, Freeman 78, Zillah 71, Vashon Island 69.5, Kiona-Benton 66, Montesano 62, Quincy 60, Port Townsend 10 (35th)
Individual placers
Seventh/eighth
113—Shae Shoop (PT) d. Fernando Gomez (Con) 8-2. 152—Matt Cain (PT) d. Konner Forshag (Fre) 4-1.

Girls
Team scores (Top 10 and locals)—Warden 104.5, Puyallup 88, Centralia 79, Kelso 60, Lakes 57, Washougal 55.5, Grandview 55, Nooksack Valley 55, Mt. Baker 54, Enumclaw 54, Kingston 24 (24th), Central Kitsap 17 (33rd)
Individual placers
Championship
118—Jordyn Bartelson (Puy) p. Peyton Reece (King) 5:42.
Third/fourth
100—Alison Johnson (CK) d. Elizabeth Galvez (Top) 8-4. 137—Amberlee Brasch (SK) d. Taylor Dawson (SW) 10-2.
Seventh/eighth
130—Jennifer Mendoza (War) d. Kaylee Ditlefsen (Seq) 10-0.

1:56 p.m.: Central Kitsap’s Alison Johnson and South Kitsap’s Amberlee Brasch both finished third in the girls tournament.

11:34 a.m.: Kingston’s Bobby Reece, a three-time defending champ, will go for No. 4 tonight as he becomes the third and final area wrestle to reach the finals at 170 in the 2A tourney. He put away Othello’s Jesus Montes with a pin in the second round. Teammate Aaron Dickson, a top seed, fell in the semifinals at 182. Tough blow for Dickson.

10:57 a.m.: Klahowya’s Brian Burchett punches his ticket to the 138-pound 2A finals with a 3-0 win over Colville’s Ian Cox. Meanwhile in the 4A tourney, Adam Lutovsky lost 16-7 to Central Valley’s Colton Orrino in the semis at 145.

10:39 a.m.: Kingston’s Peyton Reece is our first local into finals. She pinned Skyview’s Caitlin Horrocks in the third round in the 118-pound semifinals in the girls tournament. After not making state last year, Bobby Reece’s sophomore sister is having one heck of a run and will end her season in the championship round. … In the 2A boys tournament, Port Angeles’ Ozzy Swagerty fell to Michael Anderson of W.F. West (Chehalis) in the semifinals 11-7.

10:08 a.m.: Central Kitsap’s Alison Johnson, our first local semifinalist of the day, is denied a spot in the finals after getting pinned by Warden’s Levi Guerra in the second period. Guerra led the match 6-1 before getting the pin. Kingston’s Peyton Reece and Port Angeles’ Ozzy Swagerty are up next in about 15-20 minutes.

8:40 a.m.: Back here at the Tacoma Dome for Day 2 of Mat Classic. Everything gets settled today. Some accounting from Friday’s action. Out of 49 West Sound wrestlers who began the day, 23 are still alive today. I didn’t think the number was that high when I left last night, but it’s not as bad as it first appeared. I do know that some good wrestlers didn’t make it back today, including Central Kitsap’s Dominick Johnson, a regional champion, and North Mason’s Chase Davis, a regional champ last season. North Mason, in fact, saw all five of its kids knocked out in the consolation bracket. Bremerton also saw both of its wrestlers eliminated. That means coach Jeff Barton, who has led the Knights for 25 years, has coached his last match. He announced last month he is stepping down.

Here is a list of the wrestlers competing today:

Semifinalists: Adam Lutovsky (SK), Ozzy Swagerty (PA), Brian Burchett (Kla), Bobby Reece (King), Aaron Dickson (King), Alison Johnson (CK) and Peyton Reece (King).

Still alive for medals: Josh Criollos (CK), Brandon Forster (SK), Tristan Hartmann (SK), Amberlee Brasch (SK), Jack Miller (Bain), Shae Shoop (PT), Matt Cain (PT), Tre Toledo (Oly), Isaiah Rodenhurst (Oly), Geordyn Shinard (Oly), Umu Timoteo (Oly), Tyler Gale (PA), Matt Robbins (PA), Roberto Coronel (PA) and Josh Henden (King).

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One Response to “State Wrestling: Mat Classic, Day 2 updates”

  1. Greg Says:

    And now the long wait begins. The wrestlers, fans, families, supporters, have a long afternoon of waiting for the Saturday evening finals.

    Wrestle well.

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