Double defeat mars island wrestling squad’s trip to Cleveland

Double defeat mars island wrestling squad’s trip to Cleveland

Snake eyes.

The Bainbridge High School varsity wrestling team lost matches against Cleveland and Rainier Beach Dec. 19 in a disappointing doubleheader.

First, against the host school, the Spartans were bested by the Eagles 70-12.

A number of byes negated many middleweight brackets, but BHS claimed wins in two of the four exhibition bouts.

Then, in the 120-pound bracket, Cleveland’s Ronald Doan scored a 15-5 win against Harrison Cate.

Cleveland again won the 132-pound match, as Darius Wade pinned Asher Lane in 5:16, and Jeramy Truong pinned BHS’ Christopher Longridge in 1:03 to win the 145-pound match.

Against Rainier Beach there were far fewer byes and only one exibiton match, which BHS’ Quentin Ikuse won, pinning ThoneTan Yellowbird-Saetern in 1:05.

In the 106-pound bracket, RB’s Duy Nguyen scored a 17-15 win over Garrett Swanson.

However, BHS’ Harrison Cate pinned Guled Ismail in just 36 seconds to win the 120-pound match.

Bainbridge again came out on top in the 126-pound match, when Levi Field-Bennett pinned Yasin Mumin in 3:38.

Lane, however, was bested in an 11-8 bout in the 132-pound bracket by Adair Jimenez-Lopez.

RB’s Raven Inocencio pinned Longridge in 3:42 in the 145-pound match.

Likewise, Charles Anaya pinned BHS’ Katherine Irvin in 3:52 in the 160-pound match.

Finally, Yusuf Abdikadir beat Bainbridge’s Wyatt Goad with a pin in 1:16 to claim the 195-pound match.

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