'Cats take second at tournament

The Mount Si Wildcat varsity wrestling team traveled to

Kennedy last Saturday for that school's annual tournament. When the `Cats

finally left the gym, they had taken second, four points behind Kentlake.

Wrestling in the 103-pound class, Jordan Prior pinned his Federal

Way opponent at the 3:23 mark, lost to his Renton opponent, then went on to

pin two more wrestlers. He took third in the weight class. At 112-pounds,

Andrew Ahmadi took fourth place after winning two decisions, losing one

by decision and finally getting pinned by a Lewis and Clark wrestler.

In the 119-pound class, Jason Moe took fifth after winning two

decisions and losing two. State placer Ben Veyna took first in the 125-pound class,

racking up one pin and two decisions.

Mount Si's Chad Mills took third in the 130-pound class after

winning two matches by decision and one by pin.

Blake Moore took second in the 135-pound class for Mount Si

after racking up a pin and decision. Hiram Tame took number one honors in

the 140-pound class after winning three decisions over opponents.

Teammate Payton Thompson took fifth in the 145-pound class and the

Wildcat's Ryan Smith took fifth in the 152-pound class.

Kasey Robinson took fifth at 160-pounds while teammate

Jed McDaniels struggled in the 171- pound class.

In the 189-pound-class, big Brad Davis, the bruiser, took second,

eventually losing due to injury default. Sophomore Dylan Seubert took

first with two pins and a decision in the 215-pound class. Finally, in the

275-pound class, Sean Sexton racked up a second-place finish after

recording two pins, while teammate Brad Connor took third.

Mount Si hits the road after Christmas for the Lake Stevens tournament

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