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Pirates rally to edge Vikings in Skyline dual

KLAMATH FALLS — Weighing in at around 126 pounds, Phoenix's Jacob Willis took to the mat undersized in his 135-pound match against Mazama's Jordan Rose on Wednesday at Mazama High.

The size disadvantage didn't slow down Willis one bit, though.

Moving up a weight class, the junior earned a 10-3 decision to help give the Pirates a 37-36 comeback victory over the Vikings in their Skyline Conference dual.

Phoenix was trailing 33-10 entering its 119-pound match before winning five of its last six matches. Along with Willis, Austyn Snow (119), Caleb Glanz (125), Riley Dodd (130) and Kyle Bradfield (140) helped lead the rally with victories.

The Pirates are now 2-1 in conference duals.

103 — Jesse Harris, M, won by forfeit; 112 — Tyler Delaney, M, won by forfeit; 119 — Austyn Snow, P, pinned Dakota Cool, 0:43; 125 — Caleb Glanz, P, pinned Shane Olechea, 5:49; 130 — Riley Dodd, P, pinned Travis Nelson, 2:47.

135 — Jacob Willis, P, dec. Jordan Rose, 10-3; 140 — Kyle Bradfield, P, pinned Riley Smeltzer, 1:42; 145 — Dawson Crawford, M, dec. Phillip Todak, 10-5; *152 — John fowler, M, dec. Austin Wolff, 13-9.

160 — Aaron Boatright, M, pinned Ismael Rubio, 0:44; 171 — Robert Amstutz, P, pinned Jared Eggers, 4:55; 189 — Tylor Hudson, P, major dec. Levi Huffenberger, 10-2; 215 — Jake Cox, M, won by forfeit; 285 — Trevor Derra, M, pinned Steven Sharbono, 0:55

* starting weight

Swimming

GRANTS PASS WINS — At Ashland, Kirsten Ericksen won two events to help the Ashland High girls swim team split a three-way meet against Grants Pass and Crater at the Southern Oregon University pool.

The Grizz girls dominated the Comets 1501/2-561/2 and lost to the Cavers 137-114, while the Ashland boys had similar results, defeating Crater 157-63 and losing to GP 158-117.

Ericksen placed first in the 500-yard freestyle in 5:57.84 and won the 100 breaststroke in 1:10.37. The only other Ashland girl to win an event was junior Sheralyn Shumway, who prevailed in the 50 freestyle (26.60).

Cascade Christian's Breanna Sapienza won the 200 individual medley (2:17.37) and 100 freestyle (54.62) and Aaron Ghiglieri captured victories in the 50 freestyle (21.79) and 100 butterfly (52.11).

Crater's Savana Schreiner earned first place in the 100 backstroke (1:10.15).

For the Ashland boys, Forrest Kollar won the 100 freestyle (52.81) and helped the Grizzlies' 200 freestyle relay team pull out the victory in 1:40.42, while junior Massie Parker finished second in both the 200 freestyle (2:00.17) and the 500 freestyle (5:39.90).

BOYS

200 MEDLEY RELAY — 1, Grants Pass (Bobby Bedsole, Maxwell Bald, Aidan Maxwell, Remington Maurer), 1:47.83; 2, Ashland, 1:51.30; 3, Grants Pass, 2:01.07.

200 FREESTYLE — 1, Bobby Bedsole, GP, 1:59.24; 2, Parker Massie, A, 2:00.17; 3, Taos Cadarette-Stewart, A, 2:07.51.

200 INDIVIDUAL MEDLEY — 1, Matt Gibson, GP, 2:28.07; 2, CJ Stott, GP, 2:28.22; 3, Thomas Jerin, GP, 2:34.63.

50 FREESTYLE — 1, Aaron Ghiglieri, CC, 21.79; 2, Aidan Maxwell, GP, 23.45; 3, Forrest Kollar, A, 23.88.

100 BUTTERFLY — 1, Aaron Ghiglieri, CC, 52.11; 2, Gus Simms, A, 55.45; 3, Maxwell Bald, GP, 57.73.

100 FREESTYLE — 1, Forrest Kollar, A, 52.81; 2, Aidan Maxwell, GP, 52.84; 3, Bobby Bedsole, GP, 52.86.

500 FREESTYLE — 1, Remington Maurer, GP, 5:23.84; 2, Parker Massie, A, 5:39.90; 3, Joe Drevets, GP, 5:49.57.

200 FREESTYLE RELAY — 1, Ashland (Taos Cadarette-Stewart, Gus Simms, Miles Furuichi, Forrest Kollar), 1:40.42; 2, Ashland, 1:48.92; 3, Grants Pass, 1:57.47.

100 BACKSTROKE — 1, Matt Gibson, GP, 1:03.36; 2, Hunter Connolly, GP, 1:11.84; 3, CJ Stott, GP, 1:12.41.

100 BREASTSTROKE — 1, Maxwell Bald, GP, 1:05.95; 2, Gus Simms, A, 1:09.15; 3, Miles Furuichi, A, 1:14.79.

400 FREESTYLE RELAY — 1, Ashland (Parker Massie, Jake VanCampen, Luke VanCampen, Taos Cadarette-Stewart), 3:55.47; 2, Grants Pass, 4:02.60; 3, Crater, 4:23.59.

GIRLS

200 MEDLEY RELAY — 1, Grants Pass (Hunter Chandler, Ivory Wheeler, Gabby Maxwell, Shan Lansing), 2:06.53; 2, Ashland, 2:29.15; 3, Grants Pass, 2:51.54.

200 FREESTYLE — 1, Shan Lansing, GP, 2:07.20; 2, Ivory Wheeler, GP, 2:15.29; 3, Devin Barton-Diaz, C, 2:34.22.

200 INDIVIDUAL MEDLEY — 1, Breanna Sapienza, CC, 2:17.37; 2, Savana Schreiner, C, 2:45.89; 3, Jordan Moeny , GP, 3:02.67.

50 FREESTYLE — 1, Sheralyn Shumway, A, 26.60; 2, Hunter Chandler, GP, 27.62; 3, Maddy Longshore, A, 27.86.

100 BUTTERFLY — 1, Breanna Brooks, GP, 1:45.05; 2, Kassee Emens, GP, 1:54.35.

100 FREESTYLE — 1, Breanna Sapienza, CC, 54.62; 2, Shan Lansing, GP, 56.84; 3, Sheralyn Shumway, A, 58.75.

500 FREESTYLE — 1, Kirsten Ericksen, A, 5:57.84; 2, Ivory Wheeler, GP, 6:05.88; 3, Mattea Tibbits, GP, 6:36.48.

200 FREESTYLE RELAY — 1, Ashland (Sheralyn Shumway, Maddy Longshore, Grace Geisslinger, Lily Davidson), 1:58.87; 2, Grants Pass, 2:12.61; 3, Ashland, 2:19.25.

100 BACKSTROKE — 1, Savana Schreiner, C, 1:10.15; 2, Gabby Maxwell, GP, 1:10.62; 3, Kara Buccino, A, 1:22.10.

100 BREASTSTROKE — 1, Kirsten Ericksen, A, 1:10.37; 2, Mattea Tibbits, GP, 1:25.28; 3, Jordan Moeny , GP, 1:29.83.

400 FREESTYLE RELAY — 1, Grants Pass (Hunter Chandler, Ivory Wheeler, Gabby Maxwell, Shan Lansing), 4:02.33; 2, Ashland, 4:20.13; 3, Crater, 4:45.26.

Hockey

SOUTH MEDFORD 5, NORTH MEDFORD 3 — Preston Carney scored three goals to propel South Medford to a victory over North Medford at The RRRink.

Curran Shaw and Jake Sexton each netted a goal and Andrew Phillips and Bobby Ruddle made assists for the Panthers.

Sam Taylor, Keegan Healy and Wyatt Spence all had goals for the Black Tornado, which scored all its goals in the second period. Trevor Perry recorded an assist.

South goalkeeper Brandon Andrews saved 16 of the 19 shots he faced.

CRATER 4, KLAMATH FALLS 3 — JR Keyser netted two goals and Daniel Gomez turned in three assists as Crater scored all four of its goals in the first period of a win over Klamath Falls at The RRRink.

Logan Christy and Bryce Crawford also scored for the Comets, while Dustin Gomez and Daniel Gomez combined for an assist and Thomas McGee recorded an assist.

Chad Steiner turned in a goal and two assists for Klamath Falls.