Scot Wrestling sets new Dual Record, 4-1 on the Season

Wednesday, December 19, 2018

The Fighting Scots
Photo by Paul Teeni

The fighting Scots were able to come home with two more victories Tuesday night after back to back dual meets against the Meadowdale Mavericks and the Lynnwood Royals.

The first dual of the season against Mariner High School on November 29th was a loss of 45 to 20, but since then the Scots have gained some momentum and have pulled off four consecutive victories. 

The first week of December the Scots defeated Cascade High School and Jackson High School (both 4A schools). The win against Cascade was a narrow point margin, the score was tied until the last match (Thomas Rhodes (106lbs) with a pin.

After the Lynnwood Classic Tournament on Saturday, December 15th the Scots picked up more momentum with a first ever placement of 2nd Place (First time ever bringing home a trophy from that venue).

Tuesday night, the Scots battled the Royals first and were able to secure an early lead simply because they brought more wrestlers. However, the Royals did represent themselves well despite giving up some weight classes.

Royals Wrestler Georgina Moraga defeated the Scot’s 160lb Captain Trentyn Good, which was an upset/payback from the Lynnwood Classic on Saturday where Good had defeated Moraga. Ultimately the Scots' superior numbers overwhelmed the point spread, which was punctuated by a final pin by heavy weight David Rivera over Royal Wrestler Brandon Hawk. The final score was Scots 57, Lynnwood 21.

The second contest against Meadowdale was more of a nail-biter for both teams. Light weights Thomas Rhodes and Roman Shadduck were able to secure pins early in the match, giving the Scots a slight lead, but the Mavericks answered with a couple pins of their own at the 120lb and 126lb weight classes. 

The Scot middleweights traded victories and losses with the Mavs pretty evenly. 132lb Kaiya Conway-Yasumura was able to defeat the Mav's Jin Lee by a 4 point spread and 170lb Scot Wrestler Ian Mortensen put the Scots ahead with a pin against Daniel Sok. However, the Scots' Heavyweight David Rivera was caught on his back late into the 3rd round, allowing the Mavericks to even the score. The “Clutch” moment was when 195lb Scot Wrestler Max Uhm was able to collect 6 forfeit points, which gave the Scots a final victory of 39 to 36!

Details of each match are listed below:

Shorecrest 57 - Lynnwood 21

106 - Thomas Rhodes (SC) won by Forfeit
113 - Roman Shadduck (SC) won by Forfeit
120 - Julian Minshoe (LYNN) pinned Aiden Bartelink (SC)
126 - Jacob Lougee (SC) won by Forfeit
132 - Kaiya Conway-Yasuyama (SC) won by Forfeit
138 - Kelvin Schmidt (SC) pinned Josiah Powell (LYNN)
145 - Nate Johnson (LYNN) pinned Gauge Basile (SC)
152 - Georgino Moraga def. Trentyn Good (SC) 10-3
160 - Arthur Christopher (SC) pinned Jordan Wilson (LYNN)
170 - Ian Mortensen (SC) won by Forfeit
182 - Issac Hernandez (LYNN) pinned Christopher Ng (SC)
195 - Matthew Pease (SC) won by Forfeit
220 - Elyjah Schultz (SC) pinned Christian Kirkman (LYNN)
285 - David Rivera (SC) Pinned Brandon Hawk (LYNN)

Shorecrest 39 - Meadowdale 36

106 - Thomas Rhodes (SC) pinned Hilmy Burch (MDDL)
113 - Roman Shadduck (SC) pinned Zach Sinnes (MDDL)
120 - Erick Gonzalez (MDDL) pinned Aiden Bartelink (SC)
126 - Nathan Lee (MDDL) pinned Jacob Lougee (SC)
132 - Kaiya Conway-Yasuyama (SC) def. Jin Lee (MDDL) 4-0
138 - Kelvin Schmidt (SC) won by Forfeit
145 - Tanner Queree (MDDL) pinned Gauge Basile (SC)
152 - Trentyn Good (SC) def. Thaddeus Gonzalez-Serna (MDDL) 10-4
160 - Arthur Christopher (SC) def. Thomas Nakamura (MDDL) 17-8
170 - Ian Mortensen (SC) pinned Daniel Sok (MDDL)
182 - Saul Hernandez (MDDL) pinned Christopher Ng (SC)
195 - Maxwell Uhm (SC) won by Forfeit
220 - Tyler Paul (MDDL) pinned Matthew Pease (SC)
285 - Alex Kruger (MDDL) pinned David Rivera (SC)


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