Mount Si wrestlers show strong performances at December tournaments

  • Wednesday, January 3, 2018 3:33pm
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The Mount Si varsity wrestlers finished 2017 with some strong performances across three tournaments in December.

On Dec. 15 and 16, the team traveled to the Hammerhead Wrestling invitational at the Kitsap Sun Pavilion. Overall the team placed 13th out of 36.

In their individual weight classes, freshman Tryon Kaess (106 pounds) placed fourth, junior Spencer Marenco (152) placed fifth, and seniors Duncan Harrison (145) and Conor Holt (160) placed third and fifth respectively.

Also competing at this event were Braedon Haynie 113, Antonio Gil 170, Luke Harper 152, Carter Parker 160, Corey Seaman 182, Dorian Barre 195, Tate Stedman 220 and Kinsey Steskal 120 girls.

At their next tournament, the Doc Herren Wrestling Invitational at Auburn High School, Dec. 29 and 30, the team placed 13th overall.

Individually, Kaess finished third at 106, Marenco placed fourth at 152, Holt placed fifth at 160, senior Dorian Barre placed fourth at 195, and Harrison claimed first place in the 145 pound weight class.

On Dec. 30, Kinsey Steskal placed fifth in the 120-pound weight class at the Sedro Woolley Girls Tournament.

The wrestlers’ next tournament will be the Everett Classic Saturday, Jan. 6.

, at Everett High School.

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