White River boys defeat Fife, River Ridge | THURSDAY WRESTLING

White River 48, Fife 29 January 14 at River Ridge White River 72, River Ridge 6 January 14 at River Ridge

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WR  48   Fife 29

106  Lyle Milligan (WR)  win by forfeit

113  Max Wheeler (WR)  win by forfeit

120 Jacob Flores (Fife)  win by forfeit

126  Cooper Franklin (WR) pined Riley Simpson

132  Spencer Lamarr (Fife) pinned Brandon Cox (WR)

138  Ryan Redford (WR) pinned Renee Rodgriquez

145  David Knight (Fife) pinned Hunter Williams

152  Jack Ervien (WR) pinned Dennis Krukhmal

160  Nate Garske (Fife) pinned Timothy Fairbanks-Clouser

170  Case Ford (WR) over Mia Porter  4-0

182  Cole Tucker (WR) over Gavin Knapp  7-1

195  Juan Ortiz (WR) win by forfeit

220  Bailey Kuykendall (WR) pinned Beau Rydman

285  Josh Jackson (Fife)  pnned Jaysen Jorgensen

White River 72    River Ridge 6

106  Lyle Miligan (WR)  win by forfeit

113  Max Wheeler (WR)  win by forfeit

120  Double forfeit

126  Cooper Franklin (WR) pinned Pierce Nguyen

132  Brandon Cox (WR) win by forfeit

138  Ryan Redford(WR) pinned Leighton Quinlan

145  Hunter Williams (WR) win by forfeit

152 Jack Ervien (WR) win by forfeit

160 Timothy Fairbanks-Clouser (WR) win by forfeit

170  Case Ford (WR) pinned Thaime Henderman

182  Cole Tucker (WR) win by forfeit

195 Juan Ortiz (WR) win by forfewit

220 Blayne Haderman (RR) pinned Bailey Kuykendall

285  Jaysen Jorgensen (WR) pinned Donald Imes


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