WR places second, has four champions at Herren tournament

Gabe Hawthorne, Nate Moore, Jack Ervien, and Max Wheeler all placed first in their weight classes, but they’re not the only ones who did well in the competition.

White River placed second, Enumclaw was fifth and Sumner wound up 16th at the big Doc Herren wrestling tournament.

The tourney, staged Dec. 28-29 at Auburn High School, brought together 29 teams from throughout the region.

Top-three finishers included:

WHITE RIVER

Gabe Hawthorne, champion at 145; Nate Moore, champion at 160; Jack Ervien, champion at 170; Max Wheeler, champion at 182; Klein Carter, second at 160; Johnny McBride, second at 170; Ben Milligan, third at 106; Cyrus Wheeler, third at 220.

ENUMCLAW

Cade Carter, second at 120; Brandon Cormier, third at 113; Matthew Dion, third at 170.

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