Bonney Lake loses to Enumclaw | Boys Wrestling

The Panthers made the trip to Enumclaw and brought home a number victories across the weight classes. As a team Enumclaw won 44-25.

Colton Tracy won a major decision at 132 pounds against Enumclaw on Thursday.

The Panthers made the trip to Enumclaw and brought home a number victories across the weight classes.

As a team Enumclaw won 44-25.

“Enumclaw is a tough, tough team,” coach Anthony Clarke said.

Individually three-time state placer and two-time finalist Colton Tracy started out the South Puget Sound League 3A season with a major decision at 132 pounds over Enumclaw’s Hunter Haney. Tracy’s match was stopped several times for bleeding, but that didn’t slow down his focus.

“He has come so far and has really turned a corner,” Clarke said.

Some of the other victories for the Panthers included, Caid Caveness, 152, who took a major decision.

Freshman Jason Day came through for the Panthers at 160, he said, and Jordan Cozzi at 120.

In the higher classes Cayle Williams, 170 and Chilli Sabin, 182, both won by pins.

The Panthers lost three weights to forfeit, 106 and 126.

Bonney Lake hosts Decatur 6 p.m. today, Wednesday.

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