EHS GIRLS WRESTLING: Moulden leads Hornet charge to Tacoma Dome

Enumclaw High freshman KC Moulden’s 26-second pin of Kimoko Misioka of Fife for the 265-pound regional title Saturday gave the Hornets a big push into the state girls wrestling tournament. Moulden will be joined by teammates Sam Lanting, Jade Paterson, Danielle Cormier and Logann Erskine as competition at the Tacoma Dome gets under way Friday morning and continues the following day.

Enumclaw High freshman KC Moulden’s 26-second pin of Kimoko Misioka of Fife for the 265-pound regional title Saturday gave the Hornets a big push into the state girls wrestling tournament.

Moulden will be joined by teammates Sam Lanting, Jade Paterson, Danielle Cormier and Logann Erskine as competition at the Tacoma Dome gets under way Friday morning and continues the following day.

At Saturday’s regional tournament at Emerald Ridge in Puyallup, Cormier was also a finalist. She finished second to Lateah Holmes of Fife in the 145-pound final.

Paterson captured third at 170 pounds, while Lanting took one of the final spots into the state tournament at 265. Erskine finished fifth and will compete in an early-morning pigtail round at 155 pounds Friday at state.

As a team, Enumclaw, with 103 points, placed third behind White River, 134, and Federal Way, 131.

 

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