Panthers, Spartans finish strong at subregional tourney | Wrestling

Wrestling was name of the game Friday and Saturday at the 3A South Puget Sound League Subregional Tournament and the Bonney Lake boys team took second with 221 points and Sumner third with 198.

Wrestling was name of the game Friday and Saturday at the 3A South Puget Sound League Subregional Tournament and the Bonney Lake boys team took second with 221 points and Sumner third with 198.

Bonney Lake

The Panthers boys are ranked fourth in on Washington Wrestling Reports in the 3A division.

Bonney Lake brought home two individual titles.

Freshman Brandon Kaylor took the 106 pound championship with a pin at 1 minute, 32 seconds.

Avery Meyer, a junior, was the 145 champion winning 7-1.

The Panthers will be sending 10 additional wrestlers to the regional round at Bonney Lake High Saturday.

At 106 Evan Tracy took third and 113 Carson Corbaley was second.

Mason Sabin was fifth at 120.

In the 126 class Jordan Cozzi was fifth and Adrian Burnside sixth.

Zach Koeller took second at 145 and Keegan Dorsey fourth at 160.

Caleb Davis wrestled to second at 220 and Sam Peterson sixth.

David Smith took second at 285.


The Spartans brought home a championship title and the Sumner team will move 12 to the regional round Saturday.

Josiah Schliesman won the championship for the Spartans at 170 with a pin at 1:26.

Kalel Salcedo took the silver at 106.

Nathan James was third at 132 and Tucker Wooding sixth.

In the 138 class Dakotah Crawford was sixth and Hunter Eberhrt fourth.

Liam Hagerty grabbed fourth at 145.

Wyatt James took second at 152 and Jacob Brumbaugh fifth at 160.

Fatih Tatar was sixth at 182 and Christian Brown sixth at 195.

Jake Harmon was sixth at 285.

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