Panthers lose first match to Enumclaw | Wrestling

The Bonney Lake Panther wrestlers traveled to Enumclaw Wednesday to face the Hornets in the first league match of the season.

The Bonney Lake Panther wrestlers traveled to Enumclaw Wednesday to face the Hornets in the first league match of the season.

The Panthers lost 40-24.

Below are results from the match:

 

106 – Evan Tracy (BL) FF

113 – Kyle Opland (E) 4-3 over Brandon Kylor (BL)

120 – Levi Norton (E) 2-1 over Carson Corbaley (BL)

126 –  Quinton Southcott (E) 16-2 over Mason Sabin (BL)

132 – Hunter Haney (E) win by pin over Jordan Cozzi (BL)

138 – Jake Treece (E) win by pin over Ryan Schafer (BL)

145 – Ben Cross (E) win by pin over Doug Nichols (BL)

152 – Zach Koeller (BL) 4-0 over Adin Hanrahan (E)

160 – Avery Meyer (BL) win by pin over Cavin Rewoldt (E)

170 – Keegen Dorsey (BL) 6-2 over Jake Eilertson (E)

182 – Jared Meister (BL) win by pin over Brent Leffers (E)

195 – Meyers Hammond (E) win by FF

220 – Kioni Gill (E) 14-8 over Kaleb Davis (BL)

285 – Isaac Blanco (E) 9-6 over Bailey Brigham

 

Bonney Lake’s next match is at 9:30 a.m. Saturday, Dec. 6 in the White River Classic Tournament at White River High School.

Sumner

The Spartans travel to Auburn to face the Trojans in its first match of the season tonight at 7 p.m.

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