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|Kiona-Benton Bears||Othello Huskies|
|103||Sergio Avila||WBD 17-6||Clouse|
|112||Barry Leavitt||WBF (1st rd)||Mark Schutte|
|119||David Vongalath||WBF 0:14||Rudy Garza|
|125||Ale DeLaPena||WBF 2:43||Casey McCourtie|
|130||Josh Corke||WBD 9-5||Seth Sligar|
|135||Ramon DelAngel||WBD 20-10||Jeremai Hafer|
|140||Matt Walsh||WBD 14-5||Danny Villareal|
|145||Jesse DeLaPena||WBF 4:30||Tim Valdez|
|152||Mark McCullough||WBF 2:40||Ben Jensen|
|160||Josh Corriel||WBD 7-4||Matt Risenmay|
|171||Angel Mejia||WBF 4:52||Josh Moreno|
|189||Joey Isley||WBF 2:53||Lance Reichert|
|215||Bobby Canales||WBD 9-4||Johnny Martinez|
|275||Zach Lefevre||WBF (1st rd)||Saul Olascon|
119 - Rudy Garza of Othello made it a quick pin on David Vongalath in 14 seconds. Garza pinned Vongalath with a head and arm.
125 - Ale collected his 73rd straight win with a pin at 3:17 of the second round over Casey McCourtie. Ale got the first takedown and took McCourtie to his back for a 5-0 lead. Ale continued his domination with a pancake in the second and finished off McCourtie with a half nelson.
130 - Josh Corke remained undefeated in his freshman season with a tough fought 9-5 win over Seth Sligar. Corke got the early lead on a missed double leg by Sligar. Sligar came back to take a 5-3 lead at the end of the second. After a questionable stall warning on Corke, Josh took over the match with a takedown and back points to pull away for the 9-5 win. 135 - Ramon got the early lead against Jeremai Hafer. Plenty of scoring took place in the first as Ramon held a 7-4 lead. Hafer showed why he went to state last year as he threw a barrage of takedowns at Ramon to come from behind for a 20-10 win. 140 - Matt Walsh kept it close for three rounds and trailed only 6-4 in the third before Villareal escaped and got the takedown and finished off the match with a 3point nearfall. 145 - Jesse and Tim Valdez had a close match. Jesse started things with a duck under takedown, valdez got a reverse. Jesse worked hard and got a reverse at the end of the first for a 4-3 lead. Valdez took the lead with a double leg in the 2nd and lead 5-4 going into the third. Jesse's road work paid off as he quickly got the reverse in the third and pinned Valdez with a nearside cradle. 152 - Ben Jensen pinned Mark McCullough in the 2nd with a torque half. 160 - Josh Corriel wrestled tough against Risenmay. Risenmay wrestled to a 7-4 lead after 2 rounds and rode out the third for the win. 171 - Angel Mejia picked up a much needed pin of Josh Moreno. Angel gave up a quick takedown in the third and but came back with a takedown and fall at 4:52. 189 - Lance Reichert used a mean leg ride to control Joey. Isley had an early takedown but Reichert came back using a leg ride to get back points on Joey. In the 2nd Reichert used a duck under takedown and took Joey to his back for the pin at 2:53. 215 - Bobby Canales came up big against Johnny Martinez with a hard fought 9-4 win. Bobby led 4-2 going into the third where he used an escape and 2 duck under takedowns to defeat Martinez 9-4. 275 - Saul Olascon got a quick pin on Zach Lefevre in the first to give Othello a commanding 35-24 lead. 103 - Sergio showed why he is going to be the wrestler to beat at 103 with a commanding 17-6 win over Clouse. 112 - After wrestling the 3rd place state finisher Ortiz of Connell, Barry Leavitt wrestled the 4th place finisher in Mark Schutte. Schutte took little time in pinning Leavitt in the first round. JV Results
Othello 28, Ki-Be 6
152 Stephen Shelestovky LBF 3:37 to Vito Cantu 125 Andrew White LBD 17-3 to Nathan Gilbert 130 Devin Leavitt LBD 8-6 to Brandon Little 140 Paul Schlotman WBF 4:50 over Santos Perez 160 Kyle Nickerson LBF 0:20 to Ben Mohs 215 Cody Roos LBD 7-1 to Shane Gropp 152 Sean McCullough LBF 0:42 to Vito Cantu