• Top-ranked Roseburg cruises past Crater

  • CENTRAL POINT — The top-ranked Roseburg wrestling team used superior depth to down Crater, 66-3, in the Southern Oregon Hybrid dual on Friday.

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  • CENTRAL POINT — The top-ranked Roseburg wrestling team used superior depth to down Crater, 66-3, in the Southern Oregon Hybrid dual on Friday.
    The Comets' lone win was a 4-3 decision by Micah Walker over Jake Snyder in the 195-pound match.
    Walker rallied from a 3-1 deficit in the triumph.
    Other than that, the Indians dominated the day.
    Roseburg's fourth-ranked David Harker topped Crater's second-ranked Tommy Winningham, 4-2, in overtime to avenge a semifinals loss at the Reser's Tournament of Champions in January.
    The Comets dropped to 9-7 in duals.
    106 — Bennett Mesa, R, pinned Mitchell Childress, :46; 113 — Austin Harris, R, pinned Brooke Brower, 1:20; 120 — Tommy Dill, R, pinned Luke Mackey, 2:26; 126 — Rylan Burum, R, pinned Walter Kurz, 4:56; 132 — Cole Van Anrooy, R, won by forfeit.
    *138 — Cody Pickle, R, dec. Nate Walters, 8-7; 145 — Layne Van Anrooy, R, tech. fall Jason Comer, 18-2; 152 — David Harker, R, dec. Tommy Winningham, 4-2 OT; 160 — Ian Thomas, R, tech. fall Jerry Delafuente, 21-6.
    170 — Haydn Maley, R, tech. fall Chase Bitterling, 16-1; 182 — Max Hane, R, dec. Cavin Gillispie, 11-5; 195 — Micah Walker, C, dec. Jake Snyder, 4-3; 220 — Tyler Kailiuli, R, dec. Wyatt Haas, 8-2; 285 — Zack Caddock, R, dec. Mike Rios.
    * starting weight
    Hockey
    NORTH MEDFORD 11, SOUTH MEDFORD 0 — Mikaen Magee scored two of his three goals in the first period to get undefeated North Medford off to a quick start against South Medford at The RRRink.
    Magee added a pair of assists and Chase Courtney registered two goals and three assists. Jeremy Wu added two goals for the Black Tornado (8-0).
    North Medford 5 5 1 — 11
    South Medford 0 0 0 — 0
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