Third ranked Enumclaw takes second at 3A SPSL tournament

The Enumclaw boys wrestling team took second at the 3A South Puget Sound League subregional tournament Saturday at Auburn High with two titles and 10 other grapplers moving to the regional round.

The Enumclaw boys wrestling team took second at the 3A South Puget Sound League subregional tournament Saturday at Auburn High with two titles and 10 other grapplers  moving to the regional round.

Enumclaw is ranked third in the state on Washington Wrestling Reports behind Auburn and North Central.

EHS scored 229.5 at the tournament behind Auburn taking first with 289.

Two Hornets grabbed individual championships.

Junior Kyle Opland took the title 6-0 in the 113 pound class.

Senior Hunter Haney won the 126 division 2-0.

The following wrestlers placed for Enumclaw.

Freshman Quinton Southcott  took second at 120 and Levi Norton took third.

At 126 Jake Treece took third. Senior Ben Cross was fifth in the 138 class.

Junior Tanner Turbow earned third at 145 and Adin Hanrahan was sixth.

Senior Cavin Rewoldt took sixth at 160.

Freshman Kione Gill took second at 182 and Levi Ward was fourth at 195.

Freshman Isaac Blanco grabbed fourth  at 220.


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