SUTHERLIN — Saturday couldn't have gone much better for Phoenix wrestling coach John Farmer, who witnessed his team pull together and advance eight of its 10 wrestlers to next week's Class 4A state tournament.

SUTHERLIN — Saturday couldn't have gone much better for Phoenix wrestling coach John Farmer, who witnessed his team pull together and advance eight of its 10 wrestlers to next week's Class 4A state tournament.

The Pirates had to settle for second place in the District 3 Regional Championships after Henley ran away with the title by scoring 340 points at Sutherlin High, but that was of little concern to Farmer.

"Getting eight of 10 through was pretty huge," said the coach. "We were a small team this year so a majority of our kids are going to state and that's a pretty good accomplishment."

Eleazar De Luca, at 140 pounds, won the lone regional title for Phoenix, and teammates Austyn Snow (119) and Riley Dodd (130) placed second.

Also advancing for the Pirates were third-place finishers Braden Vega (119), Caleb Glanz (125) and Tylor Hudson (189) and fourth-place finishers Nick Renfro (125) and Robert Amstutz (160).

Phoenix nearly made it a clean sweep, but Kyle Bradfield got caught and was pinned after taking the lead in a consolation match at 135 to place fifth, and Austin Wolff (145) fell short in an overtime loss that left him to settle for fifth. The top four wrestlers at each weight class advanced to the state tourney.

"Wolff losing was kind of the heartbreaker," said Farmer of the senior, who lost 9-7 in overtime to Hidden Valley's Josh Marshall. "He's been our team captain and leader all year. He's a real go-getter, and he went after it and tied the match up. But in overtime, he went in for a shot and slipped and the other kid got the takedown."

De Luca was dominant in claiming the title at 140, while Dodd suffered a tough 12-11 loss to North Valley's James Bowers in the finals. Snow was caught early but battled back in a 10-5 loss to Pete Peterson of Brookings-Harbor.

Hudson also had a heartbreaker to knock him into the consolation bracket, suffering a 2-1 overtime loss to Henley's Phillip Morgan in the semifinals after being penalized one match-clinching point on a stalling call.

TEAM SCORES — Henley 340, Phoenix 143, South Umpqua 101, Klamath Union 90.5, Mazama 86, Douglas 81, North Valley 69, Brookings-Harbor 65, Hidden Valley 53.5, Sutherlin 44, Siuslaw 42, North Bend 37.

CLASS 3A DISTRICT 3 REGIONAL — At Glide, Illinois Valley advanced four wrestlers to the Class 3A state tournament and captured third place at the District 3 Regional Championships.

Illinois Valley senior Matt Coultas (145 pounds) led throughout in his championship final, earning a 6-3 decision over Myrtle Point's Dillon Rizueno. Gabe Miller (125) and Zack Anderson (135) lost their championship matches but still advanced to state Feb. 25-26 at Memorial Coliseum in Portland.

Last season, Miller placed third at 119 pounds in the 4A championships.

Freshman T.J. Hughey (130) secured third place and a state berth for the Cougars by pinning Glide's Michael Loomis in 1:40.

For Rogue River, John Dees defeated Myrtle Point's Eric Rains 5-4 in the 160-pound final. Aaron Longtain (119) finished runner-up and Garrett Dees (189) earned third for the Chieftains.

Cascade Christian's Zac Roberson pinned Lakeview's Tony Frank for the 189-pound title, while teammate Garrett Banks (171) took third.

TEAM SCORES — Glide 315, Lakeview 191.5, Illinois Valley 172.5, Myrtle Point 172.5, Coquille 142, Rogue River 126.5, Creswell 86, Cascade Christian 82, Bandon 42.

CHAMPIONSHIP FINALS

103 — Chris Kame, Glide, pinned Eli Officer, MP, 5:37; 112 — Tyler Jenks, Glide, dec. Marcus Allen, Coq; 119 — Walker Damewood, Glide, pinned Aaron Longtain, RR, 1:23; 125 — Jonny Campbell, MP, dec. Gabe Miller, IV, 4-2; 130 — Tanner Canaday, MP, pinned Tony Mungaro, Lak, :59.

135 — Jake Forrester, Glide, dec. Zack Anderson, IV, 7-2; 140 — Jay Lynse, Lak, dec. Luke O'Connor, Glide, 3-1; 145 — Matt Coultas, IV, dec. Dillon Rizueno, MP, 6-3; 152 — Mikel Farley, Glide, dec. Sam Richardson, Glide, 4-0.

160 — John Dees, RR, dec. Eric Rains, MP, 5-4; 171 — Sye Yates, Coq, dec. Neil Sutfin, Lak, 7-0; 189 — Zac Roberson, CC, pinned Tony Frank, Lak, 1:16; 215 — Brock Sutfin, Lak, major dec. over Jaime Painter, Ban, 13-3; 285 — Ryan Rondeau, Glide, pinned Tyler Lickers, Glide, 3:50.

THIRD-PLACE FINALS

103 — Bryce Henriksen, Cre, forfeit over Ethen Geyer, RR; 119 — Brandon Kame, Glide, dec. Brandon Parker, IV, 9-1; 125 — Garret Short, Glide, dec. Erik Penaloza, Lak, 8-3; 130 — T.J. Hughey, IV, pinned Michael Loomis, Glide, 1:40.

135 — Mac Scarlett, Cre, pinned Dakota Schaletzke, Glide, 4-1; 140 — David Mendenhall, Glide, pinned Zeke York, RR, :23; 145 — Bradley Rains, MP, dec. Austin Flood, Coq, 8-3; 152 — Zach Crandall, Lak, dec. Jesse Taylor, Coq, 11-6.

160 — Mike Romine, Coq, tech. fall over Jon Dotson, Coq, 16-0; 171 — Garrett Banks, CC, pinned Devin Damewood, Glide, 1:57; 189 — Garrett Dees, RR, dec. Cody Worthington, RR, 11-5; 215 — Jevon Painter, Ban, pinned Matt Shrive, Cre, 1:30; 285 — Seth Ballaine, Lak, pinned Zach Klabo, Cre, 2:40.

FIFTH-PLACE FINALS

119 — Frank Moreno, Coq, pinned Alex Moore, Cre; 125 — Anton Hall, RR, injury default over Shaq Poston, RR; 130 — Riley Train, MP, dec. Dallas Brown, Coq, 3-2.

135 — Erik Householder, IV, pinned Anthony Whipple, RR, 2:19; 140 — Dalton Alexander, Lak, pinned Won Shin, CC, 1:42; 145 — John Britt, IV, pinned Aric Alecantara, CC, 1:26; 152 — Luke Harris, IV, pinned Zach LaCasse, MP, 2:24.

160 — Dakota Bones, Cre, dec. Dallas Wilson, MP, 12-10; 171 — Josh Anderson, RR, pinned Jordan Peak, Coq, 2:27; 189 — Julian Northrup, IV, pinned Andy Clemons, Coq, 2:47; 215 — Augie Duarte, IV, pinned D.J. Clark, CC, 1:35; 285 — Dylan Amerson, Lak, pinned Caleb Cagley, MP, 3:50.

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SOUTHERN LEAGUE SLOPESTYLE — At Mount Ashland, St. Mary's Jonny Williamson took first place at the Southern League slopestyle competition on Saturday.

Williamson recorded a top score of 108. Rodney McDaniel of Ashland was second (104), St. Mary's Teddy Schein third (104), St. Mary's Adlar Thomas fourth (96) and Ashland's Noah Killeen fifth (96).