EAGLE POINT — The Eagle Point wrestling team took first in its own 13-team invitational tournament on Saturday, scoring 305.5 points behind four individual champions.

EAGLE POINT — The Eagle Point wrestling team took first in its own 13-team invitational tournament on Saturday, scoring 305.5 points behind four individual champions.

Matt Wilson (135 pounds), Brady Holland (140), Steven Josephson (160) and Robby Mannenbach (171) took first for the Eagles, who finished ahead of second-place South Umpqua with 223.5 points.

South Medford took third with 200.5 points, behind individual champion Ken Hyland at 152 and Jacob Henrichs at 215.

Ashland finished seventh with 84 points and had three wrestlers finish second in Jake Scraninach (145), Josh Scraninach (171) and Joe Hatch (285).

Rogue River finished 10th with 19 points.

Eagle Point had a total of eight wrestlers reach championship matches. Kevin Leonardo took second at 125 and Scott Leonardo took second at 152. Two consecutive championship matches pitted Eagle Point teammates. Wilson defeated Blake Platt 8-3 at 135 and Holland defeated Jake Gallo 6-0 at 140.

South Medford had six wrestlers in third-place matches, with Sierra Land (119), Zach Snyder (125) and Rob Switzer (160) earning victories. Josh Bokish (140), Jordan Townsend (160) and Conner Veach (171) took fourth for the Panthers.

Eagle Point's Ben Zomerdyk (112), Tony Pinedo (152) and John Platt took third while Glenn Brammer (103), Trent Kaiser (119) and Connor Holland (145) took fourth.

TEAM SCORES — 1, Eagle Point, 305.5; 2, South Umpqua, 223.5; 3, South Medford, 200.5; 4, Henley, 174; 5, Marshfield, 144; 6, South Albany, 122.5; 7, Ashland, 84; 8, South Salem, 61; 9, Etna, 28; 10, Rogue River, 19.

Championship Finals

103 — Brandon Bowers, SU, pinned Lamont Hook, Hen., 5:24; 112 — Brian Bowers, SU, pinned Robert Duran, SA; 119 — Aaron David, Hen., pinned Steven Lines, SM, 5:02; 125 — Cody Jackson, Hen., dec. Kevin Leonardo, EP, 10-8; 130 — Tommy Nixon, Mar., pinned Tyler Creamer, SA, 2:55.

135 — Matt Wilson, EP, dec. Blake Platt, EP, 8-3; 140 — Brady Holland, EP, dec. Jake Gallo, EP, 6-0; 145 — Donovan Transue, Hen., dec. Jake Scraninach, Ash., 8-2; 152 — Ken Hyland, SM, dec. Scott Leonardo, EP, 3-2.

160 — Steven Josephson, EP, dec. Brent Mathes, Hen, 7-6; 171 — Robby Mannenbach, EP, major dec. Josh Scraninach, Ash., 16-6; 189 — Bo Younker, SU, pinned Chris Henry, Hen, 5:13; 215 — Jacob Henrichs, SM, pinned Clay Lent, SU, 5:08; 285 — Cody Shipp, Mar., dec. Joe Hatch, Ash., 7-6.

Third-Fourth Finals

103 — Tyler Nixon, Mar., pinned Glenn Brammer, EP, 1:20; 112 — Ben Zomerdyk, EP, pinned Cody Van Epps, SU, 1:57; 119 — Sierra Land, SM, major dec. Trent Kaiser, EP, 15-7; 125 — Zach Snyder, SM, pinned Anthony Sefani, Mar., 1:33; 130 — Nick Schwall, Hen., dec. Bruce Balcita, SU, 6-5.

135 — Adam Swogger, SS, dec. Chris Welch, Mar., 4-2; 140 — Robert Balsz, Hen., pinned Josh Bokish, SM, 2:49; 145 — Kyle Stimpson, SA, pinned Connor Holland, EP, 3:38; 152 — Tony Pinedo, EP, pinned Alex Ware, Mar., 1:36.

160 — Rob Switzer, SM, major dec. Jordan Townsend, SM, 12-3; 171 — Chris Broggi, SU, pinned Connor Veach, SM, 1:54; 189 — John Platt, EP, Jared Schneider, Hen, 2:59; 215 — Derek Kidwell, SA, pinned Jacob Pritt, SA, :39; 285 — Chance Crane, SU, pinned Richard Farmer, SU, 1:02.

MAZAMA CLASSIC — At Klamath Falls, North Valley was a force as it won the High Desert Classic at Mazama High School, while Cascade Christian nestled into seventh place with two second-place finishers.

Derek Brite stormed into the finals for the Challengers in the 189-pound class, but was pinned in 27 seconds by Devon Ogden of North Valley.

At 152, Garrett Banks lost to the Knights' Anthony Monize in an 8-3 decision.

TEAM SCORES — North Valley 2331/2, Mazama 195, Modoc 1631/2, Chiloquin 136, Sutherlin 1261/2, Henley 1021/2, Cascade Christian 53, Klamath Union 12, Tulelake 7.

Swimming

ASHLAND BOYS TOP MAZAMA, KU — At Klamath Falls, the Ashland boys earned wins over Klamath Falls and Mazama, while the girls split in a three-way dual meet at the Oregon Tech pool.

The Ashland boys won 10 of 11 events with Dash King taking first place in the 200 IM (2:28.25) and 100 fly (1:13.7).

King, along with Troy Robinson, Jake Gavin, Lucas Opgenorth — who all recorded individual event titles — helped lead Ashland's 200 medley and 100 free relay team to victories.

Ashland only swam five girls on the night, but managed to win every event except the 100 backstroke.

Livy Krevitz and Kailee Tracy each had a two-win day for the Grizzlies. Krevitz clocked 32.77 in the 50 free and 1:15.7 in the 100 free, while Tracy's triumphs came in the 200 IM (3:07.03) and 500 free (6:03.65).

BOYS

TEAM SCORES — Ashland 106, Mazama 30; Ashland 102, Klamath Union 33; Klamath Union def. Mazama.

GIRLS

TEAM SCORES — Mazama 69, Ashland 64; Ashland 66, Klamath Union 45; Klamath Union 73, Mazama 72.

ALL-SKYLINE MEET — At Ashland, Phoenix triumphed on the boys side, while the Pirate girls were a win away from sweeping the all-Skyline meet at Southern Oregon University Pool.

Henley came through with a meet-record 3:58.55 time in the girls 400 freestyle relay to edge Phoenix. The Hornets set meet records in all three relays and claimed four individual events.

The Pirates secured second place with three individual victories, including wins from Courtney Nelson in the 200 freestyle (2:07.5) and 50 freestyle (27.67) events.

For the Phoenix boys, Yuki Suetsugu delivered his first ever two-win performance. He swam to an 11-second win in the 100 backstroke with a time of 1:08.75 and won by 20 seconds in the 200 IM in 2:24.18.

Tanner Haney earned a pair of individual titles for North Valley with wins in the 200 (2:12.37) and 500 freestyle (6:04.37). The Knights' boys and girls both finished fourth.

BOYS

TEAM SCORES — 1, Phoenix, 95; 2, Henley, 83; 3, Hidden Valley, 36; 4, North Valley, 23.

GIRLS

TEAM SCORES — 1, Henley, 106; 2, Phoenix, 97; 3, Hidden Valley, 48; 4, North Valley, 18.