White River wins nonleague match on home mat | WEDNESDAY WRESTLING

White River def. Vashon Island January 6 at White River

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White River def. Vashon Island

January 6 at White River

  • 106  Dylan Ellofson (WR) lbf Payton Manning (Vashon)
  • 113 Max Wheeler (WR)  wbf Ben Angelco(Vashon)
  • 120 Preston Peterson (Vashon)  forfeit
  • 126 Cooper Franklin (WR)  wbf Sir Arthur Moore (Vashon)
  • 132 Brandon Cox (WR)  lbf Shane Williams (Vashon)
  • 138 Ryan Redford (WR) dec. Hunter Burger (Vashon) 4-2
  • 145 Nate Moore (WR)  wbf Alex Alteaga (Vashon)
  • 152 Jack Ervien (WR)  forfeit
  • 160 Tyler Ericson (WR) injury def. Clyde Pruett (Vashon)
  • 170 Case Ford (WR) lbf Logan Nelson (Vashon)
  • 182 Cole Tucker (WR) wbf Jackson Bard (Vashon)
  • 195 Juan Ortiz (WR) forfeit
  • 220 Bailey Kuykendall (WR)  wbf Evan Stanford (Vashon)
  • 285 double forfeit

 

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