FOREST GROVE — The second-ranked Southern Oregon wrestling team finished with three top-four finishers at Sunday's Pacific Boxer open.
Reed Tennyson led the way with a second-place finish in the 174-pound bracket. Tennyson knocked off Central Washington's Steven Alfi in an 11-3 victory and took down Pacific's Michael Tyner in the semifinals. He fell to Oregon State's Zac Cardwell in a 6-1 decision during the championship match.
Hank Turner placed third at 197, falling in his first-round matchup before winning his next three bouts. Turner earned an injury default victory in the first consolation match before picking up a 10-2 major decision victory over Simon Fraser's Ryan Yrevrchin in the consolation semifinals. He downed Pacific's Chris Harlin in a 6-3 decision in the third-place match.
Tanner Canaday (149) gave the Raiders a fourth-place finish, knocking off Max Welsh of Highline Community College 11-2 in the quarterfinals before dropping a 5-1 decision to unattached wrestler Steve Spearman in the semifinals. Canaday won by disqualification to advance to the third-place match, where Jimmy Wilson defeated him by a 7-3 decision.