Hunter Robbins of Mark Morris, Castle Rock’s Kylee Jacobs and Rainier’s Rylee O’Brien were named Outstanding Wrestlers of the Tournament at the annual Three Rivers Classic wrestling tournament held Saturday at Mark Morris.
No team scores were available.
Robbins, who won the boys 220-pound division, shared the Outstanding Wrestler award with James Rogers of Battle Ground. Champions from Castle Rock were Jeran Keogh (132), Andrew Jones (138), Peyton Watts (182), and Nathan Halladay (195), and Rainier champions were Isaiah Vazquez (126) and Brandon Isaacson (145).
Finishing second were Castle Rock’s Ethan Erickson (126) and Wayne Baker (160), Owen Enriquez of R.A. Long (152), Joey Carroll of Kelso (145), Rainier’s Aaron Bruce (170), and JD Lefor of Clatskanie (138). Placing third were MM’s Jarrod Henderson and Devyn Lindsey (both 106 pounds), John Dodge Jr. (120), Brady Anderson (138), Lane Williams (160), and Castle Rock’s Stephen Todd (220), and Luke Sparks (285).
In the girls meet, CR’s other champions were Winter Kindle (120), Michaela Medina (145), and Bethany Barnett (170), and winners for MM were Austin Keithley (125) and Breanna Ford (130).
Placing second were MM’s Alejandra Guzman (120) and Mayra Matias (125), Rainier’s Allie O’Cain (110) and Elena Roubal (145), and Clatskanie’s Trinity Morris (170). CR’s Katie Garr (135) and Sadee Huckleberry (145) finished third.
Edmonds Invitational: Kelso’s Alan Luff won the 106-pound title, and the Hilanders were team champions at the 29-team meet held on Saturday in Edmonds.
Kelso amassed 224 points to win the team crown, with Southridge a distant second at 178.5.
“We had a quality day with five kids in the finals,” Kelso coach Bob Freund said. “We also have a lot of things we need to work on after our first week of competition.”
Placing second were Bryce Miller (126), Logan Nugent (138), Brayden Liebe (152), and Blake Fowler (195). Finishing fourth were Ben Hunnicutt (113), Christian Freund (145), and Ben Bergonzine (182).
Spudder Invitational: Woodland finished second in the team standings with four individual champions from the meet held Saturday in Ridgefield.
Champions were Judeah Sanders (106 pounds), Josiah Sanders (113), Luke Parrish (170) and Andrew Pottratz (285). Placing second were Gaige Pilot (106), Anthony Clifford (152), and Jacob Flanagan 220), and finishing third were Wyatt Shirley (152) and Jeremiah Seachao (220). Soren Ackerley placed fourth at 132.
Yelm Jump On In Tournament: Woodland’s Ashlyn Daugherty won the 105-pound girls title on Saturday in Yelm.
Toledo 45, Ilwaco 41: Reece Wallace tossed in 14 points, and Westin Wallace and Fano Arceo-Hansen added 12 points and eight rebounds apiece for the Indians in a nonleague victory at the George Murdock Gymnasium on Saturday in Toledo.
Daniel Whiting paced Ilwaco with 14 points, and John Glenn tossed in nine points.
Castle Rock 46, Toutle Lake 20: Nakayla Ehrhorn tossed in 22 points and made five steals in the Rockets’ nonleague victory at LeBaron Court on Saturday in Castle Rock.
Logann Golden and Kerianne Cline also grabbed six rebounds apiece for CR (2-1). Molly Donald led Toutle Lake (0-1) with nine points.
MEN’S COLLEGE BASKETBALL
Chemeketa 80, Lower Columbia 68: All five LCC starters scored in double-figures, but it wasn’t enough in a nonleague setback on Saturday at Myklebust Gym.
LCC (4-2) was outscored 41-28 in the second half.
Brandon Cotton and Kyle Daugherty paced the Red Devils with 15 points apiece. Seth Hall tossed in 13 points, Wesley Gilbert added 11, and Spencer Sweet chipped in 10 points. Daugherty also had six rebounds and five steals, Cotton dished five assists, and Gilbert, Donald Scott and Hall grabbed eight, six and five rebounds, respectively.
Chemeketa made 48 percent of its shots (30-63), while LCC hit 37 percent of its shots (23-62).
The Red Devils visit Lane College in Eugene on Saturday.
WOMEN’S COLLEGE BASKETBALL
Lower Columbia 78, LCC Alumni 65: Madison Crews had a game-high 19 points, and Hayley Niles added a double-double as the Red Devils dispatched their Alumni counterparts in a nonleague matchup on Saturday at Myklebust Gym.’
LCC (5-1) led 20-18 after the opening period, and built a 55-43 advantage entering the final 10 minutes.
Crews also grabbed six rebounds and dished six assists, and Niles had 16 points and 11 rebounds. Tywanna Abbott added 12 points, Nizhoni Wheeler came off the bench for 10 points and six rebounds, and Shanay Dotson grabbed 10 rebounds. Kenya Lorton dished eight assists and pulled seven rebounds, and Nina Bailley added five rebounds.
For the Alumni, Mollee (Schwegler) Strand had a double-double with 11 points and 10 assists, with Tiffany Tornow and Arneshia Smith netting 11 points apiece. Kaylea Knox added nine points and five rebounds, and Carissa Cannon and Nina Bailey pulled five rebounds apiece.
The Red Devils play Spokane in the opening round of the Everett Classic at 2 p.m. Friday in Everett.
“The kids did a lot of great technical things, but we’re back to the drawing board on some other things. That’s the process, and we want to be ready for February.” — Kelso wrestling coach Bob Freund after the Hilanders won the Edmonds Invitational on Saturday.