Hazen lost 54-14 to Kentwood

Jayden Hewitt from Hazen and Victor Juarez battle at heavyweight. Photo by Kayse Angel

Jayden Hewitt from Hazen and Victor Juarez battle at heavyweight. Photo by Kayse Angel

Kentwood dominated Hazen 54-14 in a North Puget Sound League Cascade Division dual wrestling match on Jan. 9.

The loss put the Highlanders at 1-2 in both conference play and overall this season.

Hazen participated next at a Quad Meet Jan. 16 against Mount Rainier, Kennedy Catholic and Tahoma. The meet was after the Reporter’s press deadline.

The Highlanders are set to host the Pancan Invite at Highline High School at 9 a.m. Saturday, Jan. 19 against Bonney Lake, Liberty and Quincy.

Results from Jan. 9:

106 pounds: E. Nguyen (H) TF 16-0 over Spencer Hill (K)

113: C. Xayasanh (H) WBF 2:28 over Josiah Finnestad (K)

120: Wylder Craght (K) WBF 1:48 over R. Maristela (H)

126: J. Gonzalez (H) D. 5-3 over Doryan Farret (K)

132: Jabril Muhammad (K) D. 4-0 over Q. Ly (H)

138: Layton Smail (K) WBF 1:50 over K. Dao (H)

145: Amit Jouhal (K) D. 6-4 OT over D. Bui (H)

152: Alex Long (K) WBF 0:48 over B. Hoang (H)

160: John Thompson (K) D. 11-4 over M. Whitney

170: Andrew Espinosa (K) D. 6-2 over C. Cespod (H)

182: Mason Statler (K) WBF 1:04 over C. Womack (H)

195: Dominic Kremer (K) WBF 3:58 over J. Aguirre (H)

220: Derek Kersey (K) WBF 1:16 over H. Dedrick (H)

285: Victor Juarez (K) WBF 5:56 over J. Hewitt (H)

Anthony Guererro from Hazen and Kentwood’s JR Rouse face off in a 160 pound exhibition. Photo by Kayse Angel

Anthony Guererro from Hazen and Kentwood’s JR Rouse face off in a 160 pound exhibition. Photo by Kayse Angel

Erik Nguyen earns a takedown in the first period of the 106 pound match. Photo by Kayse Angel

Erik Nguyen earns a takedown in the first period of the 106 pound match. Photo by Kayse Angel

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