Scots lose momentum in Marysville Getchell dual

Friday, December 21, 2018

Thomas Rhodes (Shorecrest) takes down Jacob Steele (Marysville-Getchell)
Photo by Sean Rhodes

The Scots wrestled against Marysville Getchell Wednesday in the Shorecrest High School Athletic Facility.

The Marysville Chargers have a large squad (both Varsity and JV) and they didn’t leave anyone home! Despite giving up a forfeit at the 120lb spot, the Scot wrestlers held the score against the well stocked Chargers in the light weight and middle weight brackets.

Thomas Rhodes (106lbs), Roman Shadduck (113lbs), Kelvin Schmidt (138lbs), Trentyn Good (152lb) and Ian Mortensen (170lb) were able to get pins for 6 team points each, which kept the Scots in the fight.

However, once the heavy weight contests began, it was a downhill slide for the Scots. The Chargers handed the Scots four consecutive losses at the 182lb, 195lb, 220lb and 285lb weight classes, effectively shutting the door on the Highlanders. The Scots are now 4-2 on the dual season.

Kaiya Conway had the most intense match of the night. Only match up where each wrestler was a state participant.

The details of the individual matches are listed below:

106 - Thomas Rhodes (SC) pinned Jacob Steele (MGET)
113 - Roman Shadduck (SC) pinned Omar Salcedo (MGET)
120 - TJ Schwitzberger (MGET) won by forfeit
126 - Timothy Doroshuk (MGET) pinned Jacob Lougee (SC)
132 - Kelvin Schmidt (SC) def. Miguel Garcia-Ramirez (MGET) 8-3
138 - Trey Padgett (MGET) def. Kaiya Conway (SC) 6-5
145 - Matthew Paquette (MGET) def. Beau Ormsby (SC) 4-0
152 - Trentyn Good (SC) pinned Andrew Cantu (MGET)
160 - Christopher Bonner (MGET) pinned Arthur Christopher (SC)
170 - Ian Mortensen (SC) pinned John Allen (MGET)
182 - Edgar Duenas (MGET) pinned Christopher Ng (SC)
195 - Caleb Blonk (MGET) def. Matthew Pease (SC) 10-1
220 - Cheron Smith (MGET) def. Elyjah Schultz (SC) 6-1
Heavyweight - Erick Duenas (MGET) pinned David Rivera (SC)"

Final Score: Marysville-Getchell 43, Shorecrest 27

--Sean Rhodes


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