Enumclaw boys wrestling team wins regional title

The Enumclaw Hornet surged to the top step as a team winning the 3A regional title Saturday at Bonney Lake High School.

The Enumclaw Hornets surged to the top step as a team winning the 3A regional title Saturday at Bonney Lake High School.

The team win was the second regional title for the Hornets in three years.

Coming in close on the heels of the Hornets was Auburn with 139.5 and Bonney Lake in third at 133.

Individual titles:

Kyle Opland took the 113-pound title with a 7-0 decision over Bonney Lake’s Carson Corbale.

At 120 Quinton Souhtcott took the crown with a 2-1 decision over Drew Aplin from Auburn.

Hunter Haney at 126 beat Braham Trujillo from Auburn Mountainview for the title with a 14-6 decision.

The next step for the Hornets is the Mat Classic at the Tacoma Dome Feb. 20-21.


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