• Eagle Point rolls to two mat victories

  • Eagle Point won dual wrestling matches against South Medford and Ashland at South Medford High Thursday, eclipsing 50 points in each.
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  • Eagle Point won dual wrestling matches against South Medford and Ashland at South Medford High Thursday, eclipsing 50 points in each.
    The Eagles defeated Ashland, 52-30, then topped the host Panthers, 55-21.
    Against Ashland, Eagle Point won five matches by fall and got forfeits in three others. The winners by fall were Mikey Johnson (105 pounds), Ivan Valle (113), Kaden Crandall (145), Hunter Hoeptner (160) Caleb Ash (170).
    Against South Medford, Hoeptner recorded another fall, this time in 5 minutes and 51 seconds over Brandon Brooks. The two had wrestled before and Brooks was pinned quickly.
    "He (Brooks) was down by one and (Hoeptner) got a fireman's carry to his back," said South Medford coach Dave Alonzo. "It was a close match. It could have gone the other way."
    The Eagles won seven other matches by fall against a South Medford team missing four wrestlers because of illness and another due to injury.
    Eagle Point 52, Ashland 30
    106 — Mikey Johnson, EP, pinned Tarquin Daley, 1:42; 113 — Ivan Valle, EP, pinned Josiah Gallegos, 1:28; *120 — Loren Denn, EP, won by forfeit; 126 — Levi Pomeroy, EP, won by forfeit; 132 — Alek Callahan, EP, dec. T.J. Hooks, 17-8;
    138 — Taylor Mitchell, EP, won by forfeit; 145 — Kaden Crandall, EP, pinned Chris Bowland, 2:33; 152 — Sam Gostnell, Ash., pinned Sho Talmadge, 3:58; 160 — Hunter Hoeptner, EP, pinned Evan Anderson, 1:23; 170 — Caleb Ash, EP, pinned Max Montgomery, :55;
    182 — Ivan Carrier, Ash, pinned Blaine Cloney, 5:52; 195 — Mason Montgomery, Ash, pinned Jake Lilley, 1:30; 220 — Cody Eisenberg, Ash, won by forfeit; 285 — Liam Weston, Ash, won by forfeit.
    * — starting weight 120
    Eagle Point 55,South Medford 21
    106 — Mikey Johnson, EP, maj. dec. Brandon Wolf, 13-1; 113 — Jake Cochran, SM, pinned Ivan Valle, 5:48; *120 — Luis Ayala, SM, dec. Loren Denn, 5-3; 126 — Levi Pomeroy, EP, pinned T.J. Roberts, 4:10; 132 — Eddie Perez-Rivera, EP, pinned Bryan Johnson, 1:06;
    138 — Taylor Mitchell, EP, pinned Gage Graves, :48; 145 — Kaden Crandall, EP, pinned Jason Newell, 1:54; 152 — James McCoy, EP, dec. Ruben Mendez, 13-7; 160 — Hunter Hoeptner, EP, pinned Brandon Brooks, 5:51; 170 — Sean McKenzie, EP, pinned Michael Ulrey, :48;
    182 — Blaine Cloney, EP, pinned Gaets Fraser, 3:47; 195 — Jake Lilley, EP, pinned Jeremy Mak, 1:40; 220 — Brian Morris, SM, won by forfeit; 285 — Dominique Harris, SM, won by forfeit.
    * — starting weight 120
    FORT VANCOUVER 33, HIDDEN VALLEY 27 — At Aurora, Hidden Valley got the short end in a defensive battle with Fort Vancouver (Wash.) on the opening day of the North Marion Holiday Classic.
    Kody Garrison led the way for the Mustangs (2-5) with eight points and eight rebounds, and Alan Rojas picked up five steals. Hidden Valley limited Fort Vancouver to just four points during its comeback attempt in the fourth quarter.
    The Mustangs play Regis at 1 p.m.
    FORT VANCOUVER (33) — Howard 14, Eisenhaut 10, Herves 5, Delisle 2, Dots 2, White 0, Montoyn 0, Hawkins 0, Vanpeck 0, Thomas 0, Lippiesoos 0. Totals: 12 6-7 33.
    HIDDEN VALLEY (27) — Garrison 8, Vaughn 7, Flynn 4, Elkins 3, Jarvis 2, Hults 2, Bennett 0, Rojas 0, Chastain 0. Totals: 11 4-10 27.
    Fort Vancouver 14 6 9 4 — 33
    Hidden Valley 7 4 6 10 — 27
    3-point goals — Fort Vancouver 3 (Eisenhaut 1, Herves 1, Howard 1), Hidden Valley 1 (Vaughn).
    JV score — Fort Vancouver 65, Hidden Valley 52.
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