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On to State Wgt Wrestler W-L Placing
x 103 Brandon Ashley 2-1 2nd
  119 Ryan Corke 1-3 6th
  130 Ryan Burns 1-3 6th
x 135 Junior Gonzalez 2-1 2nd
x 140 Justin Corke 2-1 2nd
x 145 Josh Corke 3-0 Champion
  152 Ryan Phipps 0-2 -
  160 Justin Rolland 0-2 -
x 171 Josh Corriell 3-0 Champion
  189 Hector Gonzalez 0-2 -
  275 Ross McDorman 2-2 5th
x 275 Kevin Hunter 3-1 3rd
    Team   4th

 

The Bears will be taking 6 wrestlers to state, the most since sending 7 in 1999. All six have a good chance of bringing home a medal from Mat Classic XV. The Bears have not placed in the top 10 at state since that 99 season. With the lineup they are taking this year, a top 10 finish is well within their grasp.

103 - Brandon Ashley ran into some trouble in the final. Brandon got an early takedown on Thompson and was controlling him pretty well in the first round. With 15 seconds to go in the round, Thompson took advantage of a mistake by Brandon, putting him on his back for a pin. At this level 1 mistake can cost you. It all starts over again this weekend, and maybe Brandon will get another shot at Thompson in the finals.

Brandon vs AJ DeLeon (won 10-7)

Brandon vs Scott Thompson (lost by fall)

119 - Ryan Corke pulled off another upset as he defeated the North's #1 wrestler in double OT. Ryan scored his points on an escape and a stall by Chris Smith of Ephrata. Ryan was up in the second OT and stuck in a leg ride to hold on for the win. Ryan needed one more upset in the next two matches to qualify for state. He wrestled hard as usual, but was unable to win the needed match. Ryan improved greatly this year and things should get even better for him next year.

Ryan vs Chris Smith (won 2OT Criteria, held Smith down)

Ryan vs Tony Cantu (lost 13-3)

Ryan vs Abelino Ramirez (lost 5-2)

Ryan vs Tommy Race (lost 7-0)

130 - Ryan Burns won a wild 1st round consolation match with Ben Kite of Cashmere by the score of 13-11. Ryan came from behind and won on a takedown. Ryan then wrestled Michael Velasquez of Connell for a chance to go to state. Velasquez won 14-5, but the match was closer than the score indicates. Ryan will be a Junior next year and he continues to improve with each year.

Ryan vs Ben Kite (won 13-11)

Ryan vs Michael Velasquez (lost 14-5)

Ryan vs Stace Webley (lost by fall)

 

135 - Junior shook off the district loss to Pruneda and had a great tournament. First he dominated Colby Reilly 12-3. His semi match with Garrett Dart was his first big test. 4 takedowns later and 6 minutes of domination over Dart put Junior in the finals. Tommie Lindquist had disposed of Rigo Pruneda to make the finals. Lindquist built an early lead in the finals on Junior and held on for a 6-5 win. If Junior wrestles like this at state, he could go deep into the championship round.

Junior vs Garrett Dart (won 8-3)

Junior vs Tommie Lindquist (lost 6-5)

140 - Justin Corke had a tough tournament. His semifinal with Brandon Sims of Cashmere was a heart stopper. Justin started out just fine throwing Sims to his back for a quick 5-0 lead. Sims came back and put Justin on his back to tie it up. It was still tied at the end of regulation 8-8. Neither wrestler scored in the first OT. Justin chose down in the second OT and escaped with just 17 seconds left. In the final, Scott Ouradnik avenged his earlier loss to Justin with a pin. The pin was mostly due to a mistake by Justin. The wrestlers at state better be ready for Justin or they will be spending a lot of time on their backs, or with their face planted in the mat.

Justin vs Jacob Stacey (won by fall)

Justin vs Brandon Sims (won 9-8 2OT)

Justin vs Scott Ouradnik (lost by fall)

 

145 - Josh went about his business at regionals. Among his wins were a tech fall, a major decision and a pin. Josh saved the best for last. Against Ives in the finals, Josh built a 6-3 lead, but Ives managed a takedown to cut the lead to 6-5 after one period. It looked like Ives may give Josh a match. That thought didn't last long as Josh dominated Ives in the second round and pinned him in the third. A showdown with Michael Griffith at state looms in the distance.

Josh vs Levi Parkins (won tech fall)

Josh vs Kyle Prescott (won 13-3)

Josh vs Willy Ives (won by fall)

 

152 - Ryan Phipps wrestled to fine matches, but didn't come away with a win. Ryan showed a lot of potential this year and improved throughout the season. The experience he gained this year will help him next year. Ryan is not far away from making that trip to state.

Ryan vs Mason Massey (lost by tech fall)

Ryan vs Ricardo Magana (lost 9-3)

160 - Justin also wrestled well, but couldn't quite come away with a win. Justin took some big steps in his wrestling this year and will have a good shot at qualifying for state next season. His never give up attitude is seen in his ability to come from behind and win, which he has done numerous times in his career.

Justin vs Zach Harris (lost by tech fall)

Justin vs Josh Hargrove (lost 9-3)

171 - Josh Corriell remains on track for a state finals appearance. All he did at regionals was dominate all three of his opponents. Against Joe Rosenkranz in the finals he won 5-2, but the match was not that close. Rosenkranz attacked early, but Josh shut him down and controlled him for 6 minutes. Josh is a three time state qualifier and looks like he is going to make the most of his trip this time.

Josh vs Daniel Sypher (won 13-1)

Josh vs Ben Niccum (won 16-2)

Josh vs Joe Rosenkranz (won 5-2)

 

189 - Hector Gonzalez had an eradic season. He will benefit from his regional experience come next season. If Hector can put off the early season woes he experienced this year, he could be making that trip to state next season.

Hector vs Adam Burkhart (lost)

Hector vs Dan Worley (lost 7-6)

275 - It would have been great to take both McDorman and Hunter to state, but it wasn't to be. Clinton Meacham stood in the way of that. Kevin met Meacham first and won 2-1 in the first round. Ross was pinning James Peery of Cashmere. Both Ross and Kevin succumbed to the top dogs in the semi's. Ross lost to Jake Healy and Kevin lost to Jake Byl. Ross then wrestled Meacham for a chance to go to state. The match was close the whole way, but Meacham held on for a 2-1 win. Kevin was having an easier time of it with Kyle Davis as he recorded a pin and claimed a qualifying spot for state. Ross came back to become to alternate to state. In the third place match, Kevin had another close match with Meacham and won on a takedown in OT. Kevin's goal was to make state, goal accomplished. The iceing on the cake would be a medal.

Kevin vs Clinton Meacham (won 2-1)

Kevin vs Jake Byl (Lost by fall)

Kevin vs Kyle Davis (won by fall)

Kevin vs Clinton Meacham (won 8-6)

 

Ross vs James Peery (won by fall)

Ross vs Jake Healy (Lost by fall)

Ross vs Clinton Meacham (lost 2-1)

Ross vs Kyle Davis (won 5-1)