Moulden, Lewandowski Mat Classic champions

KC Moulden won her third consecutive wrestling title at the Mat Classic Saturday at the Tacoma Dome. Moulden pinned Sophia Munoz from Highline in 1:38. Moulden pinned Amber Cramsey-Behnke in 1 minute, 19 seconds in the first round.

Enumclaw

KC Moulden won her third consecutive wrestling title at the Mat Classic Saturday at the Tacoma Dome.

Moulden pinned Sophia Munoz from Highline in 1:38.

Moulden pinned Amber Cramsey-Behnke in 1 minute, 19 seconds in the first round.

She pinned Cassidy Ochoa in 39 seconds to move to the semifinal round.

Moulden next pinned Akemi Schwinden in 1:12 in the semifinal round.

White River

White River’s Hannah Lewandowski won the 190 pound state title at the Mat Classic Saturday, pinning Emily Huerta from Centralia in 3:07.

Lewandowski opened the tournament pinning Daniel Jolley in 28 seconds.  She followed that match with another pin of Caitlin Moore in 1:18.

She pinned Emily Wharton during the semifinal round in 2:21.

The White River girls took seventh place in the team standings, scoring 67 points.

At 125 Erin Redford finished third and Kendra Blue was fourth at 130.

 

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