WRHS GIRLS WRESTLING: Two champions lift Hornets to team title

When the wrestling stopped Thursday in Auburn, Enumclaw High maintained a slim 11-point lead over the host Trojans for the All South Puget Sound League Championship title.

Enumclaw bested the field of 31 teams, mostly SPSL 2A and 3A, with two champions and 10 place winners.

Hunter File earned the 130-pound crown with a 10-7 decision over Deshan House of Todd Beamer, while Josh Musick picked up the 152-pound title with a 13-4 victory over Zeke Nistrian of Thomas Jefferson.

Kario Wallin, 160, and Lucas Somera, 135, were also finalists, both dropping first-round pins.

Tyke Reid, 112, and Colten Malek, 189, earned third-place finishes for the Hornets.

Travis Reano, 125, and Marcus Nichols, 140, finished sixth. Chris Williams, 215, was seventh, and Ryan Anderson, 152, was eighth.

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