White River boys wrestlers take third at SPSL tournament | Slideshow

The White River boys wrestling team came out strong and took third at the 2A subregional wrestling tournament Friday and Saturday at Franklin Pierce.

White River's Mason Hamilton won the 113 pound title.

The White River boys wrestling team came out strong and took third at the 2A subregional wrestling tournament Friday and Saturday at Franklin Pierce.

White River scored 175.2 behind Orting at first with 387 and Washington second with 224.5.

Mason Hamilton won the championship at 113 by forfeit over Orting’s Chrys Cenkush.

Along with Hamilton, White River will be sending 11 wrestlers to regional round.

At 106 freshman Cooper Franklin took fourth and Cody Reeves, also a freshman, took fifth.

Dylan Kohler was fifth at 113 and Beau Sentinella fifth at 120.

In the 126 division freshman Ryan Redford was second and senior Jon Ayala third.

Senior Hunter Ford was fifth at 152 and Garret Severson third at 160.

Junior Case Ford took sixth at 170, Erik Ball fifth at 195 and Bailey Kuykendall sixth at 220.

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