Kellogg Knights wrestling take on the league champion at home meet

Tuesday, March 12, 2019

The Kellogg Middle School Knights had their first home meet of the season on Tuesday as they hosted the reigning league champion Evergreen Timberwolves from Everett.

With a pair of close wins and a pair of forfeits Evergreen jumped out to an early 21-6 lead. At 108 pounds Knights' wrestler Porter Lewis continued his hot start to the season and stayed undefeated by pinning his opponent in just 43 seconds.

Two matches later, Kellogg’s Peter Grimm picked up a pin of his own, in 47 seconds, to also stay undefeated. After a win by Matthew Curtis at 133 pounds the Knights had narrowed the team score to 33-30. Evergreen took a forfeit at 140 pounds to start a 21-0 run of their own.

Pins by Kellogg’s Ryder Baldwin and Ramy Abdalla at 178 and 188 pounds electrified the crowd, but proved to be too little, too late as Evergreen pulled away for a 72-42 team win.

Kellogg wrestles next on Thursday, March 14th at home in a double dual against Eisenhower and Gateway. Wrestling begins at 4pm.

Kellogg 42 - Evergreen 72
@ Kellogg Middle School
Kellogg Record: 2-1

81: George Fernandez KEL win by forfeit
88: Jeremy Chan EVG pinned Jared Atherton 0:47
93: John Scheir EVG win by forfeit
98: Wyatt Keith EVG win by forfeit
103: Hector Cabrera EVG dec. Shokan Conway-Yuasa 9-2
108: Porter Lewis KEL pinned Leah Lockwood 0:43
113: Cole Venturo EVG pinned Jake Lockwood 0:36
118: Peter Grimm KEL pinned German Balderas 0:47
123: Matthew Littell KEL pinned Bennet Fisher 0:46
128: Marcus Ramirez EVG pinned Ole Burns 0:31
133: Matthew Curtis KEL pinned Juan C. Ramirez 1”02
140: Juan Ramirez EVG win by forfeit
148: Derek Olsen EVG pinned Max Rutledge 2:46
157: Zavian Valdez EVG win by forfeit
167: Evan Hartt EVG dec. Cage Jensen 4-2
178: Ryder Baldwin KEL Matt Yatsuk 0:52
188: Army Abdalla KEL pinned Zach Kelly 2:26
218: Andrew Lopez EVG pinned Jessie Gigrich 0:30
248: Keegan Randulson EVG pinned Jacob Smith 2:25
278: Derek Bryant EVG win by forfeit

--Coach Clark Norton


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