Arlington wrestlers win big, but MG loses close one

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ARLINGTON

Boys wrestling

The Eagles beat Ferndale 44-25 at home Dec. 19 in Wesco action. At 120 pounds, Dorian Tollenaar improved his record to 10-1 with a pin in 2 minutes, 43 seconds. Casten Tollenaar won by technical fall with a 20-3 romp at 126 pounds. At 145 pounds, Trevor Latta won 4-1. Dimitri Shaffer started off the match with a 15-9 win at 152 pounds. Sean Lee then won by pin in 2:32 at 160 pounds. At 220 pounds, Gabe Victors won 7-3 and Hunter Strande won by pin in 2:37 at 220 pounds. Eric Vogel won by pin in 1:21 at 113 pounds.

MARYSVILLE

Boys wrestling

MG lost a close one to Shorewood Dec. 19. At 285 pounds, Erick Duenes won an exciting match 3-1 in overtime. After a couple of forfeit wins, Jacob Steele won 2-1 at 120 pounds to give the Chargers a big early lead. Cody Mitchell won by pin in 2 minutes, 54 seconds at 132 pounds. But the home team won the next five matches, four by pin, to go in front. At 182 pounds, Anatoliy Bay stopped the bleeding with a pin in 3:14, but a loss by pin in the next match clinched the victory for Shorewood. Cheron Smith of MG won by pin in 55 seconds to close out the match.

Girls basketball

M-P lost to Edmonds Woodway 70-14 Dec. 19. Imajine Moses scored 6.

LAKEWOOD

Girls basketball

Burlington-Edison beat Lakewood 69-9 Dec. 19 in a Northwest 2A game.

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