Shorewood Wrestling extends dominance with win over Shorecrest

Thursday, January 18, 2018

Wrestling is an ancient sport
Shorewood Wrestling extended its dominance over cross-town rivals Shorecrest Thursday night, January 18, with a 45-33 victory. With the win, Shorewood has now won eight matches in a row and ten out of the last eleven in the series.

The two teams were close early as Shorecrest jumped ahead 12-6 after a late pin by Kaiya Conway at 120 pounds. Shorewood bounced back with a double overtime win by Curt Tanaka at 126 pounds and a pin by Kody Carpenter at 132 pounds to take their first lead at 15-12.

The teams traded wins before senior Edward Soloman stepped up at 170 pounds and captured the first of three straight T-bird pins to give Shorewood an insurmountable 45-21 lead.

Shorewood improves to 4-1 overall on the season and remains undefeated in WesCo South.

Shorewood 45 - Shorecrest 33
@ Shorewood High School

106: Rowan Schweedler SC win by forfeit
113: Nick Lotz SW pinned Roam Shadduck 4:32
120: Kaiya Conway SC pinned Dick Street 5:27
126: Curt Tanaka SW dec. Kelvin Schmidt 3-2 2OT
132: Kody Carpenter SW pinned Chuugi Enkhter 0:41
138: Trentyn Good SC pinned Devin Leach 3:40
145: Cole Becker SW pinned Arthur Christopher 2:41
152: Alex Olivera SW pinned Yacob Benazouz 0:33
160: Ian Mortenzen SC dec. Mark Yamane 12-8
170: Edward Soloman SW pinned Casey Carlow 1:42
182: Hendrik Wirthwein SW pinned Raymond Ricketts-Smith 3:24
195: Phil Ball SW pinned Sulman Sindhu 0:37
220: Matthew Pease SC pinned Taejin Thongdee 2:12
285: David Rivera SC win by forfeit

Shorewood Record: 4-1 Overall, 3-0 WesCo South

--Clark Norton


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