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Kiona-Benton vs. East Valley
The Bears will be trying to even their career record against East Valley at 4-4. The Red Devils have won 4 of 7 meetings between the two schools. The Bears won 38-36 last season and have won 3 consecutive duals against East Valley. The last time the Red Devils beat the Bears was in 1990.
|103||#4 Brandon Ashley||#10 Scott Thompson|
|112||Ryan Corke||#9 Kameron Hopkins|
|119||#2 Sergio Avila||#7 Chris Buckalew|
|125||Ryan Burns||#2 BJ Wilson|
|130||#8 Justin Mack||Justin Kielhorne|
|135||#7 Jose Gonzalez||Lane Sills|
|140||#9 Tony Chapin||Mike Raymond|
|145||#3 Josh Corke||#9 John Coleman|
|152||#9 Mickey Salinas||#10 John Andrews|
|160||#10 Sean McCullough||#6 Michael Mitchell|
|171||#10 Kyle Nickerson||#3 Jamie Sehorn|
|189||#2 Josh Corriell||Paul Santos|
|215||#2 Cody Roos||#4 Luis Escamilla|
|275||#5 Kevin Hunter||#3 Jay Bandle|
There should be some good matchups in this dual. Brandon Ashley nearly took home the Connell Invite championship last weekend. He should be matched up against Scott Thompson who took first at the West Valley Invite.
Avila and Chris Buckalew should be a match worth watching. Sergio should be in control in this match, but Buckalew is a wrestler who can take advantage mistakes. Sergio needs to wrestle smart in this one.
The Bears should be able to count on at least a split of the four matches from 125 to 140 with Burns, Mack, Gonzalez and Chapin. John Coleman should be a worthy opponent for Josh Corke at 145.
Kyle Nickerson will get another early season test. This time from Jamie Sehorn. Nickerson wrestled tough against Freeman of Connell. Sehorn is another state veteran. This will give Kyle a good indication of how far he has come and where he needs to go.
Roos and Hunter will have good matches against quality wrestlers Escamilla and Bandle. They will need to be on their toes and prepared to wrestle.
East Valley was roughed up by Naches in their first dual, 48-27. This dual could be decided by less then 10 points.