Wrestling: Six pins help Walla Walla top Kennewick

December 19, 2013 

Kennewick vs Walla Walla wrestling

Kennewick hosted Walla Walla for a wrestiling match on Thursday.


Kennewick got pins from its two big men, but Walla Walla won 9-of-14 matches Thursday to defeat Kennewick 45-27 in a Mid-Columbia Conference dual at the Lions Den.

“It was our first (league) outing and it wasn’t a good showing,” said Kenenwick coach Dwane Sitler. “We just did not wrestle like ourselves tonight. We were a little slow and not into the match. We looked better in practice than we did in the match tonight. It’s back to the drawing board.”

Kennewick’s Todd Pink (220) registered a pin of Ryan Rozel at 2:43, while teammate Robby Calvert (285) mad quick work of Kurt Blackman, pinning him in 59 seconds.

Walla Walla’s Brian Ocampo had the quickest pin of the match, taking down Jonathan Guzman in 29 seconds. The Blue Devils had six pins overall in the match.

106—Josue Villa (K) d. Josh Camacho, 14-7. 113—Josh Pettyjohn (W) p. Damian Padilla, 1:48. 120—Brian Ocampo (W) p. Jonathan Guzman, :29. 126—Noe Gonzalez (W) d. Alejandro Ramos, 10-4. 132—David Ramos (K) p. Martin Barerra, 1:35. 138—Justin Evans (W) d. Victor Tiscareno, 9-4. 145—Ty Smith (K) p. Brandon Hernandez, 1:18. 152—Ammon Juhaz (W) p. Easton Scantlin, 3:07. 160—Logan Hope (W) p. Ronny Loomis, 1:37. 170—Andrew Granchukoff (W) p. Kyle Shriver, 3:34. *182—Lucas Rassbach (W) p. Alejandro Manzano, 2:57. 195—Donovan Ramero (W) d. Hugo Cartagena, 17-10. 220—Todd Pink (K) p. Ryan Rozel, 2:43. 285—Robby Calvert (K) p. Kurt Blackman, :59.

Richland 42, Hanford 31: Chase Wilson (103 pounds), Pryce Seely (138), Kody Mars (145), Lane Heaton (152), Cole Ballard (160) and Hunter Merkel (220) all recorded pins for the Bombers in a Mid-Columbia Conference road dual.

Hanford hung around thanks to some solid wrestling from their youngsters, including Cooper Gaylord at 132 who lost by a 7-6 decision to Mitch Bieber.

106—Chase Wilson, R, pin Dylan Covert, 1:31. 113—Dale Karlsen, H, forfeit. 120—Blake Llarenas, H, forfeit. 126—Robert Young, H, maj. dec. Todd Caston, 14-2. 132—Mitch Bieber, R, dec. Cooper Gaylord, 7-6. 138—Pryce Seely, R, pin Brock Higgins, 1:33. 145—Kody Mars, R, pin Isaac Leggett, 1:02. 152—Lane Heaton, R, pin Brigg Nalle, 1:14. 160—Cole Ballard, R, pin Ezmond Fox, :54. 170—Luis Nicasio, H, pin Robert Tumanyan, 3:41. 182—Ryker Mackey, R, dec. Malik Slack, 10-7. 195—Zach Shaw, H, dec. Warren Laville, 7-1. 220—Hunter Merkel, R, pin Noah Ellis, 1:55. 285—Dallon Grinder, H, pin Nick Workman, 1:31.

Grandview 52, Prosser 24: Viannei Perez (120), Diego Castaneda (138), Stevie Rodriguez (145), Jesus Cervantes (160) and Kory Kollmar (220) all won by pin to lead the Greyhounds to a CWAC dual victory.

106—Allen Moyer, P, forfeit. 113—Marizza Birrueta, G, maj. dec. Leo Gonzalez, 14-5. 120—Viannei Perez, G, pin A.J. Rojas, 1:06. 126—Peyton Spero, P, forfeit. 132—Daisey DeLeon, P, forfeit. 138—Diego Castaneda, G, pin William DeLeon, 1:55. 145—Stevie Rodriguez, G, pin Enrique Oscevedo, :21. 152—Joesiah Saunders, G, forfeit. 160—Jesus Cervantes, G, pin Pablo Mendoza, 2:19. 170—Jose Luis Gomez, G, forfeit. 182—no match. 195—Emmanuel Valdes, G, forfeit. 220—Kory Kollmar, G, pin Elias Arroyo, :59. 285—Adrian Arroyo, P, pin Juan Dominguez, 1:51.

Kiona-Benton wins pair of SCAC matches: Kiona-Benton barely broke a sweat winning a pair of SCAC matches at home.

River View, which had just one westler — Ruvim Tyutyunnik at 195 — suffered a 66-6 loss to the Bears.

Ki-Be topped Columbia (Burbank) 65-9, winning four matches by forfeit and five by pin. The Bears’ Cruz DelAngel had the fastest pin of the night.

Kiona-Benton 66, River View 6

106—Jaron Gunter (K) won by forfeit. 113—Jaymen Phillips (K) won by forfeit. 120—Flavio Sandoval (K) won by forfeit. 126—Seth Garcia (K) won by forfeit. 132—David Graham (K) won by forfeit. 138—Cameron Clary (K) won by forfeit. 145—Carlos Aguirre (K) won by forfeit. 152—Luca Fleischmann (K) won by forfeit. 160—Kareem Johnson (K) won by forfeit. 170—No match. 182—Alex Baumgartner (K) won by forfeit. 195—Ruvim Tyutyunnik (R) p. Anthony Llerans, 1:49. 220—Tanner Cook (K) won by forfeit. 285—No match.

Kiona-Benton 65, Columbia (Burbank) 9

106—Jaron Gunter (K) won by forfeit. 113—Jaymen Phillips (K) won by forfeit. 120—Flavio Sandoval (K) p. Trevor Medlock, 4:49. 126—Seth Garcia (K) tf. Mason McClure, 18-3. 132—David Graham (K) won by forfeit. 138—Conner Rexon (B) d. Cameron Clary, 8-5. 145—Carlos Aguirre (K) p. Devin Schildt, 1:59. 152—Luca Fleischmann (K) p. Joe Waldrop, :27. 160—Kareem Johnson (K) p. Teryne Wolfe, 3:33. 170—J.T. Garland (B) won by forfeit. 182—Alex Buamgartner (K) p. Matt Reardon, 1:33. 195—Cruz DelAngel (K) p. Hunter Young, :16. 220—Tanner Cook (K) won by forfeit. 285—No match.

Royal Boys 33, Connell 30: Carlos Hernandez and Darrin Miller has pins for the Knights in an SCAC victory over the Eagles.

106—No match. 113—Oscar Ortiz (C) won by forfeit. 120—Fernando Gomez (C) md. Stenton Fanning, 15-0. 126—Carlos Hernandez (R) p. Roman Rodriguez, 3:47. 132—Jarrod Tuttle (C) p. Julio Valencia, 5:20. 138—Cody jenks (C) d. Tyler Garrelson, 15-8. 145—Noel Orozco (C) d. Casar Florez, 7-5. 152—Erick Gutierrez (C) d. Jose Medina, 8-0. 160—Emilo Bustos (R) d. Roberto Orozco, 5-4 (OT). 170—Darrin Miller (R) p. Rudy Gonzalez, 2:46. 182—Carter Allred (R) won by forfeit. 195—Greg Heinan (C) d. martt Bartlett, 14-7. 220—Yordie Jimenez (R) won by forfeit. 285—Angel Rojas (R) won by forfeit.

Connell girls 36, Royal 18: Cailey Mendez and Jena Baylet both earned pins for the host Eagles against Jennette Ruiz.

106—Maria Enriquez (C) p. Anahi Gomez, 3:22. 106—Anahi Gomez (R) p. Jakkie Rivera, 1:53. 112—Alma Corona (C) p. Meghan Mianecki, 2:50. 124—Ericka Veenstra (R) p. Veronica Danley, 3:35. 124—Beatriz Gomez (C) p. Maddy Thomas, 2:47. 130—Martha Zurita (C) p. Maddy Thomas, 1:27. 137—Brea Diaz (R) p. Alma Corona, 1:47. 155—Caily Mendez (C) p. Jennette Ruiz, :28. 170—Jena Baylet (C) p. Jennette Ruiz, :31.

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