That’s all it took for Marysville-Pilchuck’s freshman sensation Cayden White to pin his Spartan opponent in the Tomahawks 60-18 Wesco 3A North win at Stanwood Thursday night.
That was in the 182-pound matchup. And his want not the only extremely fast pin on the evening.
In the next match at 195 pounds, it only took Ikaika Naweli 29 seconds to pin his foe.
After Kamiakin Craig won by forfeit, at 285 pounds, Jeff Roullier pinned his opponent in 49 seconds.
M-P won three others matches with pins in the first round.
At 113 pounds, Mikey Bejar pinned his foe in 1:46; Austin Davis followed that pinning a Spartan in that exact same time at 126 pounds; and Jonathan Goeden won with a pin in 1:52.
In the two most-exciting matches of the night, at 152 pounds Isaiah Gallindo won a decision 9-8 in sudden death and at 132 pounds Nick Cantu won by a 3-1 decision.
Mauro Bejar and Tanner Lauzon both won by forfeit.
M-P lost a match by forfeit, and two others by pin.
MG won three events, but lost to Everett 109-52 Thursday. M-P fell to the Seagulls 124-32.
The Chargers won the 200-yard medley relay in 2 minutes, .09 seconds with Andrew Christensen, Nicholas Carlson, Kameron Wilkes and Jesse Nahinu competing.
Wilkes went on to win the 100 butterfly in 1:04.73 and Nahinu took the 100 breaststroke in 1:16.7. Carlson was second in that event.
Meanwhile, Ian Meetsma of M-P was second in the 200 individual medley with a time of 2:17.1, almost 3 seconds faster than his seed time. He also was second in the 100 free in 54.88 seconds, with teammate Seth Little third.
Nahinu pladed second in the 50 free with a clocking of 25.22 seconds. Carlson was third.
In the 200 free relay, MG was second with Carlson, Nahinu, Justin Orellana and Collin Black on the team.
M-P was third in the 400 free relay with a team consisting of Little, Jose Anderson, Jayden Boyle and Meetsma.
Alex Jensen scored 26 points, but the Cougars still lost 61-55 to Sehome Thursday. Jackson Schultz added 16 points, and Shae Dixon 11. Sean Phillips scored the other 2.