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Lindbergh grapplers beat Hazen
The Lindbergh Eagles came out on top against Hazen this past week in the first intra-district matchup of the year and then finished 10th out of 18 teams Saturday at the Edmonds Invitational.
The match with Hazen was exceedingly tight, with the Eagles winning by a single point, 35-34.
According to Coach Michael Pine, the key matches for Lindbergh were freshman Devon Maddy holding off nearfall point in the final 10 second to save a single team point. While Maddy lost, had he given up the nearfall, his opponent would have earned a major decision - instead of just a decision - winning more points in the match and Hazen could have potentially won the meet.
In addition, Chad Omonaka and Jayden Schwope earning pins for the team.
"We are a very young team that never gives up," Pine said.
Here are the full results from the meet:
145 – Cameron Felt (H) pinned Javon Willis, 1:01
152 – Malik Haythorne (H) pinned Joe Slothower, :44
160 – Daniel Palanciuc (H) dec. Tristan Demond, 15-11
170 – Diego Gallegos (L) major dec Jimmy Huynh, 16-2
182 – Jairo Barahona (H) pinned David Silva, 2:28
195 – Joey Hernandez (L) major dec Carlos Orozco, 11-2
220 – Trevonn Russell (L) won by Forfeit
285 – Arrick SLothower (L) won by forfeit
106 – Tyson Mowrey (H) pinned Zach Goe, 5:28
113 – Chad Omonaka (L) pinned Caitlin Boen, 2:58
120 – Jayden Schwope (L) pinned Thien Bui, 1:38
126 – Colton Maddy (L) dec Derek Nichols, 7-3
132 – Nikolas Vargas (H) dec Deven Maddy, 14-7
138 – Zach Moore (H) major dec Westerling Nugent, 17-8
The Eagles on Saturday sent seven wrestlers to Edmonds for the Edmonds Invitational tournament. Four of the Eagles wrestlers finished in third place including juniors Joey Hernendez and Jayden Schwope and seniors Colton Maddy and Trevonn Russell.
The Eagles are scheduled to travel to Foster Thursday and will host the Lindbergh Invitational this weekend.