Mariner beats Edmonds-Woodway, first league loss for Warriors in three years | Prep wrestling
The Mariner wrestling team hosted a league match against Edmonds-Woodway on Thursday, Jan. 23, beating the Warriors 40-27.
It was the first time in three years the reigning Wesco 4A champions Edmonds-Woodway had lost a league match.
The match started with Ebrima Fatty winning the 106-weight class for the Warriors by forfeit. Mariner swept the next six matches, before the Warriors won three straight.
In the 113-weight class, Anthony Carrillo beat Sidat Kanyi by 4-1 decision, followed by Tristan Huggins beating Gabe Baltazar in the 120 weight class by 13-1 major decision.
Kevin Mach won the 126-weight class for the Marauders over Nathan Nash by a 6-2 decision and Darius Brown beat Jordan Lindamood by 8-6 decision in overtime to win the 132 match.
Mariner’s Ramon Ozuna won the 138 division by pinning Hiram Martin in 2:44. Kyle DiLeonardo won the 145 match over Jonah Cortezzo by 10-0 major decision.
Edmonds-Woodway’s Nathan Vulliet won the 152-weight class over Glen Hunt by pin in 4:48, while Justin Gunn won the 160 match for the Warriors over Zach Weisner with a 8-3 decision.
In the 170 match, Edmonds-Woodway’s Jonah Perez pinned Daniel Jensen in 49 seconds.
Nazary Vasilchenko won the 182 match by pinning Konstantin Stratiev in 3:57, and Jason Turnquist won the 195 match for the Warriors by forfeit.
Daniel Huynh won the 220 match by forfeit and Francisco Flores pinned Cole Ackers in 1:44 to win the 285 match.
Mariner, now 2-1 in league and 6-2 overall, will compete at Kamiak on Tuesday, Jan. 28 at 7 p.m.
The Warriors, now 2-1 in league and 6-2 overall, will compete in the Jaguar Invite on Saturday, Jan. 25 at Emerald Ridge High School.
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