Alderwood wrestling hands Kellogg a 63-48 loss

Thursday, March 15, 2018

The Kellogg Middle School wrestlers went to Alderwood on Tuesday and faced off against a tough Mustangs team. The match was close early as the two teams traded victories. Kellogg’s Beau Ormsby bumped up a weight class to 133 pounds and pinned his opponent to give the knights a 36-27 lead just over the halfway point.


However, Alderwood responded with a quick pin of its own at 140 pounds and ran off 36 straight team points on their way to handing Kellogg a 63-48 loss. Standing out for Kellogg was the continued dominance by wrestlers Thomas Rhodes, Luke Schmidt and Vance Cunningham. All three wrestlers pinned their opponents and improved to a perfect 4-0 with four pins on the season.

Kellogg 48 - Alderwood 63
@Alderwood MS

81: George Fernandez KEL win by forfeit
88: Isabella Clark ALD win by forfeit
93: Thomas Rhodes KEL pinned Keona Ahumada 2:39
98: Luke Tyler ALD win by forfeit
103: Cianna Helenihi ALD win by forfeit
108: Caleb Kassa KEL pinnet Carolline Vo 2:17
113: Kayden Meyers ALD dec. Matthew Curtis 8-2
118: Elliot Mason KEL win by forfeit
123: Lorenzo Ipanaque ALD pinned Otto Begus 1:30
128: Luke Schmidt KEL pinned Mohamad Alrobae 2:59
133: Beau Ormsby KEL pinned Connor Leaty 1:42
140: Nathaniel Johnson ALD pinned Cage Jensen 0:34
148: Santiago Camacho ALD pinned Ryder Baldwin 2:46
157: Russian Muradov ALD pinned Trey Hill 0:53
168: Keegan Durant ALD pinned Ramy Abdalla 1:29
178: Staten Kittle Pierce ALD win by forfeit
188: Connor Delacerda ALD pinned Grant Bailey 0:32
218: Vance Cunningham KEL pinned Bradley Bratman 0:26
248: Jonah Chestnut KEL pinned Elisha Abuhanna 1:04
278: Double Forfeit

Kellogg Record: 1-3 Overall

--Clark Norton


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