At the KingCo tournament, 138-pound Duncan Harrison won his weight division. The Mount Si Wrestlers placed second at the KingCo 4A tournament after an undefeated season. (Courtesy Photo)

At the KingCo tournament, 138-pound Duncan Harrison won his weight division. The Mount Si Wrestlers placed second at the KingCo 4A tournament after an undefeated season. (Courtesy Photo)

Mount Si Wrestlers complete season undefeated, place second at KingCo Championships

The Mount Si wrestlers finished out an amazing season last week by winning KingCo 4A with an undefeated record.

In their final league match they came out on top over Bothell in a 60 to 24 point match. On Feb. 2 and 3, the team attended the KingCo 4A Championships at North Creek High School where they finished second overall.

Several wrestlers placed well in their tournament brackets with three students winning their weight class brackets. The winners were 106-pound Tryon Kaess, 138-pound Duncan Harrison, and 145-pound Spencer Marenko.

Making it to second place were Conor Holt and Dorian Barre at 160, and 195 pounds respectively. Third place finishers were 113-pound Braedon Haynie and 182-pound Corey Seaman. In fourth place were 132-pound Brody Belaire and 160-pound Carter Parker. Also, Shane Moses placed fifth in the 152-pound division.

Kinsey Steskal won the 120-pound division of the sub-regional girls tournament as well.

Tony Schlotfeldt, head coach of the team, received the Coach of the Year award at the league tournament. He said the coaches within the league vote for the winner at the tournament every year.

“It’s a nice reward to receive, in which I consider a reward for the entire program,” he said. “The athletes who put in the physical work, parents who support, assistant coaches and administration who also make the program function at a high level.”

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