`Cats dominate Rainier double dual

Mount Si wasted no time in continuing its wrestling

domination after the holiday break, pounding both Mount

Rainier and Eastside Catholic in the Mount Rainier Double Dual

Tournament held Dec. 29.

In the 103-pound class, Jason Rothgeb defeated his

Mount Rainier opponent by a pin at the 5:14 mark in the third round.

He lost by decision to Eastside Catholic's 103-pounder,

8-10. Jordan Prior won both of his matches, one by technical fall,

17-0, and the other by a pin 57 seconds into the match.

Kyle Cunningham followed suit at 119- pounds, pinning both of his

opponents, one at 1:19 and the other at 2:58.

In the 130-pound class, Jon Emerson won both of his

matches, the first 6-4 and the second 10-4. Senior Jeff Stone took both of

his matches by pinning both his opponents late in the third

rounds. Chad Mills had a 1:50 pin over his Eastside Catholic

opponent and a 4-3 decision over his opponent from Mount Rainier.

Hiran Tame wrestled at 145-pounds against Mount

Rainier and took a 7-6 decision over Tony Dorwood. Kyle Jacobsen took

the mat at 145-pounds against Eastside Catholic and won with

a 7-0 decision. David Crotts wrestled in the 152-pound

class and defeated his Mount Rainier opponent 4-2. Tyler Austin

then stepped in and pinned his Eastside Catholic opponent at the

1:46 mark of the first round. Bobby Taylor pinned both of his

opponents and Jed McDaniels followed suit, pinning one

opponent and winning by a major decision over the other.

Curt Davis took to the mat in the 189-pound class

against Eastside Catholic and pinned his opponent at the 1:44 mark.

His brother, Brad, also pinned his Mount Rainier opponent at

the 1:02 mark of the first round. Dylan Seubert only had

one match and pinned his Rainier opponent at 2:52 in the

second round. Kyle Davis pinned his Eastside Catholic opponent at

the 1:32 mark in the unlimited class, as did teammate Brad Conner

at the 2:36 mark, also in the unlimited class.

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