• Eagle Point keeps invitational title at home

  • EAGLE POINT — The Eagle Point wrestling team used depth to claim first place at the 14-team Eagle Point Invitational on Saturday.
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  • EAGLE POINT — The Eagle Point wrestling team used depth to claim first place at the 14-team Eagle Point Invitational on Saturday.
    The Eagles picked up 208 points, while Grants Pass was second with 169 and Phoenix third at 160. Eagle Point secured two individual titles after advancing five wrestlers into the finals.
    The Eagles also had eight earn spots in third-place matches.
    Eagle Point's James McCoy improved to 23-2 by pinning Ashland's Sam Gostnell in 1 minute, 42 seconds in the 154-pound final. Also in the finals, Eagles teammate Hunter Hoeptner (162) beat Willamette's Joe Jones by fall in 3:00.
    North Medford's Henry Cox (108), Caleb Dix (115) and Cole Hornbrook (140) each captured titles with pins. Trenton Wilson earned a 9-4 decision over Eagle Point's Ethan Pomeroy in the 197-pound final for the Black Tornado, which took fourth overall. Wilson is 20-2 this season.
    Phoenix's Kyle Bradfield (147) and Izzy Rubio (172) both earned pins in the finals, with Rubio improving to 28-3.
    Also in championship matches, undefeated Ashland wrestler Mason Montgomery (222) picked up a 6-2 decision to improve to 18-0 and teammate Cody Frost-Eisenberg (287) won by fall in 52 seconds to improve to 17-2.
    Grants Pass' Casey Coulter improved to 27-1 with a pin in the 122-pound championship.
    TEAM SCORES — Eagle Point 208, Grants Pass 169, Phoenix 160, North Medford 146.5, Klamath Union 75.5, Ashland 73, Crescent Valley 72.5, South Medford 70, North Valley 47, Del Norte 40, Trinity 37, Willamette 35, South Umpqua 29, Rogue River 13.
    CHAMPIONSHIP FINALS
    108 — Henry Cox, NM, pinned Derek Hargraves, SU, :51; 115 — Caleb Dix, NM, pinned Valle Ivan, EP, 3:14; 122 — Casey Coulter, GP, pinned Richard Orndorff, Pho, 3:25; 128 — Tyler Thomas, GP, major dec. Luke Valle, NV, 11-0; 134 — Alex Rich, CV, tech. fall Trajan Hurd, GP, 19-4.
    140 — Cole Hornbrook, NM, pinned Loren Denn, EP, 2:57; 147 — Kyle Bradfield, Phx, pinned Brock Wilson, CV, 5:41; 154 — James McCoy, EP, pinned Sam Gostnell, Ash, 1:42; 162 — Hunter Hoeptner, EP, pinned Joe Jones, Will, 3:00.
    172 — Izzy Rubio, Pho, pinned Brandon Brooks, SM, :59; 184 — Chase Anderson, KU, pinned Trace Vega, Pho, :36; 197 — Trenton Wilson, NM, dec. Ethan Pomeroy, EP, 9-4; 222 — Mason Montgomery, Ash, dec. Skyler Black, NM, 6-2; 287 — Cody Frost-Eisenberg, Ash, pinned Aaron Little, GP, :52.
    THIRD-PLACE FINALS
    108 — Tyler Bellon, GP, dec. Mikey Johnson, EP, 7-0; 115 — Trevin Bailey, GP, dec. Nicole Mattz, DN, 7-2; 122 — Christian Torrico, EP, dec. Anthony Neuenschwander, SM, 1-0; 128 — Eddie Perez-Rivera, EP, dec. Levi Pomeroy, EP, 5-4; 134 — Alek Callahan, EP, pinned Cedrus King, Pho, 3:32.
    140 — Patrick Williams, KU, dec. Ted Sutters, GP, 9-7; 147 — Delbert Williams, KU, dec. Sam Hendrickson, Will, 8-6; 154 — Garrett Truex, Pho, pinned Kyle Stein, CV, 5:47; 162 — Kjell Thorsen, GP, pinned Braden Vega, Pho, :43.
    172 — Sean Freeman, EP, dec. Gage Bailey, EP, 6-2; 184 — Juan Valenca, Trin, pinned Blaine Cloney, EP, 3:01; 197 — Michael Prescott, KU, dec. William Frazee, Pho, 4-0; 222 — Zachary Cardoza, KU, pinned Chris Puente, DN, 1:01; 287 — Ian MacGregor, SM, pinned Jacob Matthew, GP, 4:21.
    OREGON CLASSIC — At Redmond, Crater had some individual success and placed third in its Class 6A pool in the Oregon Classic at the Deschutes County Fair & Expo Center.
    At the 3A level, Illinois Valley took fourth place overall after winning its pool, losing to Vale in the semifinals, 42-28, and then falling to Rainier, 38-36, in the consolation final.
    Crater's Nate Walters (132 pounds) and Cavin Gillispie (170) both went 5-0, while teammate Tommy Winningham (152) finished 4-1.
    For the Cougars, Logan Miller (145) went 6-0 with five pins and a 6-0 decision over two-time state champion Justin Acuff of Sheridan. T.J. Huey (170) also went undefeated.
    The champions were 6A Roseburg, 5A Hermiston, 4A Crook County, 3A Vale and 2A/1A Culver.
    Swimming
    ROSEBURG SWEEPS — North Medford's girls got two victories by Lauren Hunter and another by Rayna Carson, but Roseburg claimed every other event in a girls and boys dual meet at the Rogue Valley Family YMCA.
    The Indian girls triumphed 122-54 and the boys 130-40.
    Hunter captured the 100-yard freestyle in 55.75 seconds and the 100 backstroke in 1:02.59.
    Carson won the 50 free in 28.42.
    BOYS
    TEAM SCORES — Roseburg 130, North Medford 40.
    200 MEDLEY RELAY — Roseburg, 1:50.85; 200 FREE — Carson Murphy, R, 1:57.38; 200 IM — Daniel Endicott, R, 2:19.80; 50 FREE — Alex New, R, 23.81; 100 FLY — Carson Murphy, R, 58.71; 100 FREE — Alex New, R, 54.06; 500 FREE — Jesse Sadler, R, 5;18.69; 200 FREE RELAY — Roseburg, 1:37.43; 100 BACK — Andrew Berry, R, 1:02.84; 100 BREAST — Jesse Sadler, R, 1:10.62; 400 FREE RELAY — Roseburg, 3:42.34.
    GIRLS
    TEAM SCORES — Roseburg 122, North Medford 54.
    200 MEDLEY RELAY — Roseburg, 2:02.63; 200 FREE — Camilla Ball, R, 2:21.39; 200 IM — McKenzie Vogel, R, 2:34.27; 50 FREE — Rayna Carson, NM, 28.42; 100 FLY — Camilla Ball, R, 1:12.66; 100 FREE — Lauren Hunter, NM, 55.75; 500 FREE — Katelin Lambert, R, 6:03.11; 200 FREE RELAY — Roseburg, 1:50.95; 100 BACK — Lauren Hunter, NM, 1;02.59; 100 BREAST — Natalie De Bell, R, 1:22.78; 400 FREE RELAY — Roseburg, 4:30.29.
    ALL-SKYLINE MEET — At Ashland, Phoenix won for the 13th straight time in the meet at the Southern Oregon University pool.
    The meet, in its 15th year, brings together District 4 Skyline Conference teams.
    The Pirates won every boys event — led by individual double-winners Ethan Shepherd and Eddie Stewart — and scored 139 points to runner-up Henley's 57.
    Shepherd captured the 50- and 100-yard freestyles in 24.18 and 54.32 seconds, respectively. He also was on the winning 200 and 400 free relays.
    Stewart garnered wins in the 200 individual medley (2:42.81) and the 100 butterfly (1:16.46).
    The Phoenix girls were a distant second to Henley in the team race but did get a meet record from Lauren Speaks. Henley won with 123 points to the Pirates' 69.
    Speaks captured the 100 breaststroke in 1:13.06, bettering the 12-year-old record of 1:13.72 set by Henley's Jessica Morrison.
    Kylee Burks of Phoenix won the only other event not claimed by a Henley swimmer, taking the 100 backstroke in 1:07.67.
    BOYS
    TEAM SCORES — Phoenix 139, Henley 57, Hidden Valley 35, North Valley 21, Mazama 15, Klamath Union 5.
    200 MEDLEY RELAY — Phoenix (Nigel Leonis, Thomas Ward, Taylor Brown, Aaron Heard), 1:56.79; 200 FREE — Aaron Heard, P, 2:13.01; 200 IM — Eddie Stewart, P, 2:42.81; 50 FREE — Ethan Shepherd, P, 24.18; 100 FLY — Eddie Stewart, P, 1:16.46; 100 FREE — Ethan Shepherd, P, 54.32; 500 FREE — Taylor Brown, P, 5:47.76; 200 FREE RELAY — Phoenix (Nick Leiter, Jasper Schurman, Aaron Heard, Ethan Shepherd), 1:42.57; 100 BACK — Nigel Leonis, P, 1:09.86; 100 BREAST — Thomas Ward, P, 1:15.14; 400 FREE RELAY — Phoenix (Nick Leiter, Nigel Leonis, Taylor Brown, Ethan Shepherd), 3:47.83.
    GIRLS
    TEAM SCORES — Henley 123, Phoenix 69, North Valley 30, Klamath Union 30, Mazama 26, Hidden Valley 13.
    200 MEDLEY RELAY — Henley (Lexi Healy, Haley Steiner, Aunika Torres, Jenny Kirschner), 1:58.35 (meet record, old mark 2:00.67 by Henley, 2012); 200 FREE — Jenny Kirschner, H, 2:05.78; 200 IM — Haley Steiner, H, 2:24.00; 50 FREE — Lexi Healy, H, 27.28; 100 FLY — Aunika Torres, H, 1:07.35; 100 FREE — Jenny Kirschner, H, 58.06; 500 FREE — Braelyn Swan, H, 6:06.04; 200 FREE RELAY — Henley (Lexi Healy, Lorin Alexander, Haley Steiner, Jenny Kirschner), 1:48.82; 100 BACK — Kylee Burks, P, 1:07.67; 100 BREAST — Lauren Speaks, P, 1:13.06 (meet record, old mark 1:13.72 by Jessica Morrison, Henley, 2002); 400 FREE RELAY — Henley (Aunika Torres, Braelyn Swan, Krista Morgan, Lorin Alexander), 4:14.52.
    Skiing
    OISRA NORDIC — At Bend, Ashland's Clara Honsinger placed third at the 4,600-meter nordic ski classic, which featured a 3x1-kilometer relay, at Swampy Lakes Sno-Park.
    All three legs were classic technique at the Oregon Interscholastic Ski Racing Association event.
    Honsinger finished the course in 19 minutes, 59 seconds for the Grizzlies, who took third out of five girls teams. Alice Oline (23:09) was 14th for the Grizzlies.
    The Ashland boys, led by Bohdan Schurr's 18th-place effort of 20:10, secured fourth out of six.
    The Mountain View boys and South Eugene girls captured team titles.
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