Spartans finish season with win over White River | Sumner Wrestling

The Sumner Spartans wrestled in its last regular season match against White River on Thursday, Jan. 30.

Sumner sophomore Dominick Mascarenas beat White River’s Blayne Branco with a major decision 14-5 in the last regular season match on Thursday

The Sumner Spartans wrestled in its last regular season match against White River on Thursday, Jan. 30.

The Spartans beat the Hornets 43-30.

During senior night at Sumner High School, four seniors ended the night with wins over White River.

Senior Travis Filleau at 132 pinned Garrett Ryan in 2:15 minutes.

Senior Jed Schliesman at 170 pinned Garret Severson in 1:16.

Senior Justin Myers at 220 defeated Austin Ross 4-0.

And senior Zach Summers at 195 pinned Erik Ball in 1:55 minutes.

The Spartans will compete next at 4:30 p.m. on Friday, Feb. 7 at Orting High School in SPSL 2A Sub Regional day one.

Varsity Results:

106: A. Armstrong (WR) wins by forfeit

113: Conner Wade (S) pins Mason Hamilton (WR) 5:01

120: Tanner Petcovic (S) MD Lucas Doll (WR) 15-7

126: Nathan James (S) pins John Ayala (WR) 4:16

132: Travis Filleau (S) pins Garret Ryan (WR) 2:15

138: Cody Schwab (WR) MD Hunter Eberhart (S) 15-2

145: Cole Tucker (WR) pins Jacob Truafler (S) 4:44

152: Trevor Kurtz (WR) MD Liam Hagerty (S) 14-4

160: Hunter Ford (WR) pins Jacob Brumbaugh (S) 3:34

170: Jed Schliesman (S) pins Garret Severeson (WR) 1:16

182: Will Brown (WR) MD Tanner SJoden (S) 12-4

195: Zach Summers (S) pins Erik Ball (WR) 1:55

220: Justin Myers (S) D Austin Ross (WR) 4-0

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