Wrestling roundup: Grandview too much for Prosser

December 11, 2012 

David Castaneda, Jaron Kaymond, Diego Castaneda and Eduardo Aleantar all earned pins, as Grandview defeated Prosser 37-21 in a CWAC 2A home wrestling dual.

David Castaneda won in 38 seconds at 132 pounds, Diego Castaneda won in the first round at 126, Kaymond won in 3:33 at 145, and Aleantar won in 2:38 at 160.

Prosser received pins from Diego Atilano and Trevor Stroh in the loss.

106—Alan Moyer, P, dec. Ulyses Osuna, 13-11. 113—Diego Atilano, P, pin Marizza Birrueta, :58. 120—Juan Tzib, G, dec. Alex Hurtado, 5-2. 126—Diego Castaneda (GV) p. Paine Sperl, first round. 132—David Castaneda, G, pin William Deleon, :38. 138—Stevie Rodriguez, G, maj. dec. Luis Fernandez, 15-1. 145—Jaron Kaymond, G, pin Omar Orellano, 3:33. 152—Jose Castilleja, G, dec. Nick Mesa, 11-6. 160—Eduardo Aleantar, G, pin Zack Velasquez, 2:38. *170—none. 182—Jorge Valenzuela, G, dec. Wayatt Oswaltt, 13-11. 195—Thomas Niemyer, P, dec. Noberto Magana, 8-6. 220—Trevor Stroh, P, pin Kory Kollmar, 1:27. 285—Ely Arroyo, P, dec. Jose Sandoval, 7-5.

River View 37, Chiawana JV 30: In a nontraditional lineup, the Panthers picked up a nonleague victory thanks to five pins against the visiting Riverhawks JV team.

The teams only wrestled six weight classes, including 152 pounds three times and 160 pounds three times.

“It gets the guys mat time,” River View coach Rick McLaughlin said. “If we had done a dual, it would’ve just been forfeit this, forfeit that.”

113—Frankie Morales, RV, pin Ezra Cazier. 120—Grant Barker, C, pin Sandrin Linton. 152—Izak Atwood, RV, pin Anthony Matson. 152—Tanner Brown, RV, pin Juan Ancheta. 160—Chad White, C, dec. Harley Prescott, 8-2. 160—Danny Tracy, RV, pin Cory Johnson. 182—Ethan Fisher, C, pin Trevor Hull. 195—Ruvim Tyutyunnik, RV, dec. Jordan Vonn, 8-0. 113—Frankie Morales, RV, pin Grant Barker. 120—Ezra Cazier, C, pin Sandrin Linton. 160—Tanner Brown, RV, dec. Jacob Boyle, 12-8. 195—Nathan Murrillo, C, pin Ruvim Tyutyunnik. 152—Chad White, C, dec. Danny Tracy, 8-3.

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