Hazen finishes 5-3 in last eight duals

  • Friday, January 25, 2019 2:42pm
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Jayden Hewitt Grapples for position against his Highline opponent. Courtesy photo

Jayden Hewitt Grapples for position against his Highline opponent. Courtesy photo

The following is information from Rory Magana, Hazen wrestling head coach:

The Hazen Highlanders wrestled seven dual matches last week, going 5-2.

In league action, Hazen competed against Mount Rainier, Kennedy and Tahoma at an North Puget Sound League quad meet.

Hazen defeated Mount Rainier by a score of 72-12, following up with a repeat performance beating Kennedy 72-12. The Highlanders lost to Tahoma 25-33 after posting a 25-9 lead against the Bears.

On Saturday, Hazen hosted their annual Pancreatic Cancer Benefit — Taking Down Pancreatic Cancer Duals — at Highline High School.

The team placed third out of eight teams, going 3-1 on the day.

Hazen beat Highline by a score of 45-18, lost to Decatur 42-27, beat Liberty 68-6 and defeated Bonney Lake by a score of 48-34.

The Highlanders, who were shut out by Bonney Lake at PANCAN two years ago landed an upset win over the Panthers to place third.

In addition to a positive week on the mat, Hazen wrestling was able to raise close to $1,500 to donate to the Pancreatic Cancer Action Network.

The team, who is now 8-5 overall, and 3-4 in the NPSL wrestled against Kentlake Jan. 23. Hazen lost the meet 51-24.

See full results and team scores from the PANCAN Duals below:

ROUND 1:

HAZEN 45 – HIGHLINE 18

DECATUR 39 – LIBERTY 15

QUINCY 45 – OAK HARBOR 12

BONNEY LAKE 41 – SKYLINE 9

ROUND 2:

DECATUR 42 – HAZEN 27

HIGHLINE 34 – LIBERTY 12

SKYLINE 33 – OAK HARBOR 12

QUINCY 44 – BONNEY LAKE 32

ROUND 3:

HAZEN 68 – LIBERTY 6

QUINCY 54 – SKYLINE 14

DECATUR 41 – HIGHLINE 30

BONNEY LK 40 – OAK HARBOR 30

ROUND 4:

CHAMPIONSHIP BOUT-

QUINCY 45 – DECATUR 32

3RD PLACE BOUT-

HAZEN 48 – BONNEY LAKE 34

5TH PLACE BOUT-

OAK HARBOR 52 – HIGHLINE 12

7TH PLACE BOUT-

LIBERTY 51 – SKYLINE 27

Emanuel Lesan works for the fall against his Tahoma opponent. Courtesy photo

Emanuel Lesan works for the fall against his Tahoma opponent. Courtesy photo

Gabe Silva pins his Kennedy opponent. Courtesy photo

Gabe Silva pins his Kennedy opponent. Courtesy photo

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