Photo courtesy of Calder Productions Duncan Harrison lifts his opponent Nolan Downs, of Woodinville, at the team’s Jan. 19 meet, at home. Harrison won the match by a pin.

Wildcat wrestlers win individually at first home meet of season

  • Tuesday, January 24, 2017 8:22am
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At their first home meet of the season last Thursday, Jan. 19, the boys on the Mount Si High School wrestling team hosted Woodinville, in a disappointing defeat. Overall, Mount Si scored 27 points to Woodinville’s 45.

The team had five individual wins out of the night’s matches, including one by forfeit. Spencer Marenco, wrestling at 138 pounds, won by pinning his opponent, Vinny Grosrider. Duncan Harrison, at 145 pounds, defeated Nolan Downs by a pin, too. Mason Marenco, 170, outscored his opponent Braulio Arroyo, 15-0 for a technical fall, and Brennan Dalgleish, 220, earned a major decision against Paco Beceerra, 12-0. Jack Weidenbach, 195, won by forfeit.

Three Wildcats lost in pins. Max Crowder, 132, was pinned by Jace Gill; Henry Foster, 152, was pinned by Pin Drew Christiansen; and Kyle Haynie, 160, was pinned by Emilio Arroyo.

Kinsey Steskal, wrestling at 120, lost his match in a 5-9 decision.

The Wildcats host Skyline Tuesday, Jan. 24 at home, then travel to Issaquah on Thursday, Jan. 26.

Photo courtesy of Calder Productions Mason Marenco works to pin Braulio Arroyo Jan. 19. Marenco won on a technical decision.

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