07-08 Chelan Sports

2-2 Wrestling

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Chelan had five wrestlers take first place at the District Wrestling Tournament in Lake Roosevelt last Friday and Saturday. They were Dillon Parker (112 lbs.); Jose Garcia (135 lbs.); Gage Schmidt (140 lbs.); Davey Anderson (189 lbs.); and Sean Gervais (215 lbs.)

 

 

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CHELAN DISTRICT CHAMPIONS

First time since 1968
by Richard Uhlhorn

 

For the first time since 1968, the Chelan Wrestling Team is one step closer to their ultimate goal. On Friday and Saturday, February 1 and 2, the team won the Caribou Trail League District Championship. “We brought a big crowd to cheer on the nine finalists,” reported Coach Jay McGuffin.

 

“We had a real good week of practice… the intensity was high and the kids worked their butts off,” said McGuffin. “As a result we were able to bring home a trophy.”

 

“I really want to thank all the people that showed up to cheer us on. The team, my coaching staff and I really appreciate it.”

 

Chelan heads to Cashmere for the Regional Tournament this coming Friday night and Saturday, February 8 and 9. “We will have a good week of practice, work hard, and fix a couple of little things before the this coming weekend,” said McGuffin.

 

District results:

103 – Jacob Przespoleski – 2nd place to Cashmere’s Christopher Chipman

112 – Dillon Parker – 1st place by Fall over Cashmere’s Randall Chipman

119 – Hank Burton – 4th place

119 – Luis Rodriquez – 6th place

125 – Micah Hargrove – 4th place

125 – Erik Jimenez – 7th place

135 – Jose Garcia – 1st place by Fall over Tonasket’s Trey Jenson

135 – Memo Venegas – 7th place

140 – Gage Schmidt – 1st place by a 11-9 decision over Cashmere’s Josh Mason

145 – Tyler Allen – 2nd place in a 5-2 loss to Nate Pfitzer

145 – Steven Swinford – 3rd place over Brewster’s Robert Wengel by Fall

152 – Tyson McGuffin – 2nd place. Lost to Omak’s Andrew Miller by Fall

160 – Tyler Clark – 6th place

171 – Jesse Allen – 2nd place in a close 6-5 decision to Omak’s Brandon Hughes

189 – Davey Anderson – 1st place in Triple Overtime with Lake Roosevelt’s Brain Stranger 4-3

215 – Sean Gervais – 1st place by Fall in 3:06 over Okanogan’s John Delap.

 

1st place - Chelan 259 points

2nd place – Omak 237 points

3rd place – Tonasket 214 points

4th place – Cashmere 205 points

 


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