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PREP ROUNDUP: Crater starts strong, slips past Roseburg

ROSEBURG — In a matchup of two of the top wrestling programs at the Class 6A and 5A levels, Crater was able to build an early advantage and edge Roseburg 42-38 in a

nonleague dual Wednesday night.

The 5A Comets were able to get a couple of wins early, but the dual turned when 195-pounder Caleb Canfield won via pinfall.

“The turning point was Caleb at 195,” Crater head coach Greg Haga said. “It was against somebody who has placed high at other tournaments this season, and Caleb’s coming on. He was fighting through some tough leg attacks tonight.”

Elijah Bayne picked up Crater’s first win at 113 pounds, while Wren Rambo (120), Ryan McCarty (126) and Matthew Bolanos (152) also contributed to Crater’s early advantage.

Braiden Tester (170) was also victorious, while Gabe Williams picked up the Comets’ final win of the dual at 220 pounds.

All of the Comets’ wins Wednesday night came by pin.

“I thought early in the matchup it was important that, at 120, Wren got a win for us,” Haga added. “It was important at that point and I thought we could go on a little bit of a streak there.”

GRANTS PASS 64, EAGLE POINT 15: At Grants Pass, Eagle Point fell behind 34-0 and could not recover, posting three wins overall in the nonleague dual.

Juan Ruiz broke the slump for the Eagles at 170 pounds with an 11-7 decision over Gage Blay.

Eagle Point also recorded falls by Marc Milazzo (220) and Garrett Matthews (285).

106 — Ben Jump, GP, pinned Gregory Hunter, :57; 113 — Robert Miner, GP, pinned Diego De La Cruz, 1:21; 120 — Mark Astry, GP, pinned Luke Callahan; *126 — Christian Dara, GP, won by forfeit; 132 — Owen Hull, GP, won by forfeit.

138 — Tagge Fry, GP, major dec. Dylan Dahling, 13-4; 145 — Ashton Park, GP, pinned Evan Setzer, 5:39; 152 — Liam Bucknell, GP, pinned Gage Hathaway, 1:37; 160 — Ryan Johnston, GP, pinned Brian Brown, 1:53.

170 — Juan Ruiz, dec. Gage Blay, 11-7; 182 — Dredan Myers, GP, pinned Vincent Noble, 3:07; 195 — Braeden Lesina, GP, pinned Brian Cortez, 2:34; 220 — Marc Milazzo, EP, pinned Bladimir Mendez-Chavez, 1:02; 285 — Garrett Matthews, EP, pinned Kaleb Davis, 5:23.

* starting weight

PHOENIX DROPS TWO: At Phoenix, Marcelo Camargo led Phoenix with pins in each of his matches in the three-team Skyline Conference meet.

Camargo (170) pinned Hidden Valley’s Zach Humphery in 2:47 and took down Elijah Myers of North Valley in 2:55.

Tanner Schuh (106) received a forfeit and scored a pin over North Valley’s Zacchius Coltrano to join Camargo and Joseph Baynard (220), who drew two forfeits, in each posting a pair of wins for the Pirates.

Phoenix ultimately fell 48-30 to Hidden Valley and 48-36 to North Valley.


*106 — Tanner Schuh, P, won by forfeit; 113 — Double forfeit; 120 — Hunter Krouse, HV, won by forfeit; 126 — Gabe Chavez, HV, pinned Erik Reyes Medina, 3:49; 132 — Seveen Wernegreen, HV, won by forfeit.

138 — Hunter Nash, P, pinned Sam Larsen, 4:47; 145 — Esmael Guerrero, HV, won by forfeit; 152 — Jacob Hughes, HV, pinned Hunter Everhart, 1:43; 160 — Owen Smith, HV, pinned Owen Mathewson, :31.

170 — Marcelo Camargo, P, pinned Zach Humphrey, 2:47; 182 — Abigale Boeggeman, HV, won by forfeit; 195 — Trevor Sharrar, P, pinned Ty Bradbury, 1:13; 220 — Joseph Baynard, P, won by forfeit; 285 — Lorenzo Duenas, HV, pinned Kaden Britt, 1:07.


*106 — Tanner Schuh, P, pinned Zacchius Coltrano, 2:56; 113 — Tanner Watkins, NV, won by forfeit; 120 — Joshua Knightlinger, NV, won by forfeit; 126 — Erik Reyes Medina, P, won by forfeit; 132 — Levi Morton, NV, won by forfeit.

138 — Bryson Teal, NV, pinned Hunter Nash, 1:32; 145 — Chris Currier, NV, won by forfeit; 152 — Landon Myers, NV, pinned Hunter Everhart, :33; 160 — Cason Masone, P, pinned Damian Kasper, 5:46.

170 — Marcelo Camargo, P, pinned Elijah Myers, 2:55; 182 — Ryan Gaskin, NV, won by forfeit; 195 — Seth Gallego, NV, pinned Trevor Sharrar, 1:54; 220 — Joseph Baynard, P, won by forfeit; 285 — Kaden Britt, P, won by forfeit.

* starting weight

Boys Basketball

ILLINOIS VALLEY 64, ST. MARY’S 61: At Cave Junction, St. Mary’s had a chance to potentially send Class 2A Illinois Valley to its first loss of the season but the Cougars held form and 3-pointers in the final 10 seconds by Kayden Walker and Noah Friesen to force overtime missed the mark late Tuesday.

Walker gave the Crusaders (4-7) a fourth-quarter boost with eight of his 10 points in the final frame. Friesen finished with 19 points.

Daniel Polk led sixth-ranked Illinois Valley (11-0) with 26 points, while Starz Saavedra and Sam Hess pitched in with 14 apiece.

ST. MARY’S (61): Friesen 19, Walker 10, Haynes 4, Delplanche 9, Patel 4, Foster 7, Johnson 8. Totals: 23 4-9 61.

ILLINOIS VALLEY (64): Saavedra 14, Polk 26, Connell 0, Hess 14, Demuth 0, Williams 4, Miller 6. Totals: 24 9-19 64.

St. Mary’s1214 20 15— 61

Illinois Valley1114 22 17— 64

3-point goals — St. Mary’s 11 (Friesen 5, Walker 2, Delplanche 2, Johnson 2), Illinois Valley 7 (Polk 4, Hess 3). Fouled out — Saavedra.

PROSPECT 61, MILO ADVENTIST 23: At Prospect, Theo James and Boden Perkins combined for 43 points to lead Prospect.

James, a 6-foot-7 senior, recorded a double-double with 22 points and 15 rebounds and added three steals, while Perkins, a junior, had 21 points, six steals and five assists.

Parker Davis also had 11 points and 11 rebounds to go with three assists for Prospect (4-5), which led 38-13 at the half.