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PREP WRESTLING: North’s Roe, South’s Moala advance at state

SANDY — North Medford senior Atreaue Roe and South Medford sophomore Li Moala each advanced to the quarterfinals at the Class 6A wrestling state championships to pace the local contingent Saturday at Sandy High School.

Roe scored two pins in his only matches at 160 pounds on Day 1 of the two-day event, while Moala put in strong work at 220 with two decisions that went the distance.

The unseeded Roe opened his day with a pin of Mountainside’s Noah Morris in 4 minutes, 25 seconds, and then pinned Jaden Poulshock of David Douglas in 3:25 to reach today’s quarterfinals, where he will face top-seeded Price Pothier of Newberg.

Moala, who was the Southwest Conference champion at 220, was similarly unseeded but landed a 10-0 major decision victory over Tualatin’s Bodan Griffith in his first match before knocking off eighth-seeded Jonathan Moody of Newberg in a tight 3-1 match.

Moala will face top-seeded David Sherman of Sprague in this morning’s quarterfinals.

Still in contention for a podium spot today for North Medford are Joseph Borraggine (106) and Jace Garibay (145), who each suffered second-round losses but responded with a pair of wins apiece in the consolation bracket.

South Medford saw its other four state qualifiers fall by the wayside on Day 1, with Kristian Hernandez (106), Brayden Ostvik (126), Carson Terry (132) and Caleb Dalke (170) unable to get through consolation matches.

North Medford’s Calvin Chan (120), Conner McDougall (170), Robert Caster (220) and Dutch Nicholson (285) also picked up two losses Saturday and were eliminated.

Owen Hull (132), Tagge Fry (138), Dredan Myers (182) and Owen Townes (195) were each able to advance to the championship quarterfinals for Grants Pass, which stands 10th in the team scoring.

TEAM SCORES (TOP 10): Newberg 120.5, Sprague 78.5, Roseburg 68, West Linn 68, David Douglas 53, Mountain View 48, Bend 47, Westview 46, Canby 44, Grants Pass 43.

Other Local Teams

T24, North Medford, 21; 37, South Medford, 9.

CHAMPIONSHIP BRACKET

FIRST ROUND

106 — Blane Miller, West Salem, pinned Nathan Higa, Grants Pass, 1:25; Joseph Borraggine, North Medford, bye; Tripp Moussavi, West Linn, pinned Kristian Hernandez, South Medford, 2:35.

113 — Robert Miner, Grants Pass, bye; Jacob Larson, Clackamas, pinned Caleb Altheide, Grants Pass, 2:00.

120 — Mark Astry, Grants Pass, bye; Oscar Doces, Ida B. Wells, pinned Calvin Chan, North Medford, 2:55.

126 — Brayden Ostvik, South Medford, bye.

132 — Ethan Zook, McMinnville, pinned Carson Terry, South Medford, 3:22; Owen Hull, Grants Pass, dec. Cade McCallister, Tigard, 3-2.

138 — Tagge Fry, Grants Pass, pinned Keagan Lopez, Clackamas, 5:44.

145 — Kalvin Diaz, Grants Pass, bye; Ashton Park, Grants Pass, bye; Jace Garibay, North Medford, bye.

160 — Atreaue Roe, North Medford, pinned Noah Morris, Mountainside, 4:25; Ryan Johnston, Grants Pass, bye.

170 — Conner McDougall, North Medford, bye; Soren Dyal, Sandy, dec. Caleb Dalke, South Medford, 10-6.

182 — Tim Trask, Grants Pass, bye; Dredan Myers, Grants Pass, pinned Mikey Platz, Sandy, 1:26.

195 — Owen Townes, Grants Pass, pinned Austin Bader, Ida B. Wells, 2:42.

220 — Li Moala, South Medford, major dec. Bodan Griffith, Tualatin, 10-0; Robert Caster, North Medford, pinned Benson Deible, Grant, 3:06.

285 — Kaleb Davis, Grants Pass, dec. Lakota Bailey, McDaniel, 4-1; Spencer Krussman, Glencoe, pinned Dutch Nicholson, North Medford, :44.

SECOND ROUND

106 — Brody Lybarger, Mountainside, pinned Joseph Borraggine, North Medford, 1:30.

113 — Sean Lee, Cleveland, dec. Robert Miner, Grants Pass, 7-0.

120 — Nakoa Flores, Cleveland, won by forfeit over Mark Astry, Grants Pass.

126 — Dillon Le, Newberg, dec. Brayden Ostvik, South Medford, 9-4.

132 — Owen Hull, Grants Pass, dec. Dominic Feliz, Southridge, 6-3.

138 — Tagge Fry, Grants Pass, pinned Bryan Yanase, Benson, 4:40.

145 — Jesse Gutierrez, Tualatin, major dec. Kalvin Diaz, Grants Pass, 21-8; Logan Owens, West Linn, dec. Ashton Park, Grants Pass, 6-4; Trae Frederick, Newberg, major dec. Jace Garibay, North Medford, 11-1.

160 — Atreaue Roe, North Medford, pinned Jaden Poulshock, David Douglas, 3:25; Seth Glenn, Sherwood, dec. Ryan Johnston, Grants Pass, 6-4.

170 — Noah Vandermeer, Barlow, won by forfeit over Conner McDougall, North Medford.

182 — Andrew Collins, Barlow, won by forfeit over Tim Trask, Grants Pass; Dredan Myers, Grants Pass, pinned Jason Cephus, Westview, :56.

195 — Owen Townes, Grants Pass, pinned Jamison Davis, Sandy, 1:15.

220 — Li Moala, South Medford, dec. Jonathan Moody, Newberg, 3-1; Matthew Hagen, Canby, pinned Robert Caster, North Medford, 2:33.

285 — Colin Kennedy, Canby, dec. Kaleb Davis, Grants Pass, 5-2.

CLASS 4A CHAMPIONSHIPS: At Turner, Phoenix senior Joseph Baynard placed fourth at 220 pounds after being pinned in the third-place bout in 2:58 by Tillamook’s Jackson Contreras.

Baynard scored a fall in his opening match but was pinned by Seaside’s Lawson Talamantez in 3:20 during the quarterfinals. Baynard responded with a pin of Cascade’s Tucker Melton (2:54) and a 3-1 sudden-victory decision over Alex Ritter of Baker/Powder Valley to reach the third-place final.

Phoenix junior Marcelo Camargo (170) advanced to the quarterfinals before being pinned by Cole Shafer of La Grande. After a consolation pin of Trent Rogers of Banks, Camargo fell one win shy of the placing rounds when he was pinned by Stayton’s Connor Hollenbeck (3:12).

La Grande, which had three individual winners, finished with 275.5 points and topped Sweet Home (250.5) for the team title, while Tillamook (187) and Philomath (118) rounded out the top four.

TEAM SCORES (TOP 10): La Grande 275.5, Sweet Home 250.5, Tillamook 187, Philomath 118, Baker/Powder Valley 100, Stayton 96, Mazama 81.5, Banks 81, Cascade 77, Estacada 64.

Other Local Teams

23, Phoenix, 23.

CHAMPIONSHIP FINALS

106 — Kyle Sieminski, Sweet Home, pinned Mason Wolcott, La Grande, 3:28; 113 — Jacob Landtroop, Sweet Home, dec. Maxam Salvetti, Molalla, 8-4; 120 — Kai Carson, La Grande, dec. Kyle Watkins, Sweet Home, 7-1; 126 — Jacob Sieminski, Sweet Home, tech. fall Blake Niemann, Philomath, 16-0; 132 — Mauro Michel, Stayton, pinned Dylan Smith, Banks, :33.

138 — Joshua Collins, La Grande, dec. Eli Howard, Stayton, 11-4; 145 — Braden Carson, La Grande, major dec. Gavin Stone, Baker/Powder Valley, 10-0; 152 — Ruben Hernandez, Ontario, pinned Landen Wing, North Marion, 2:45; 160 — Carson Henderson, Junction City, dec. Mason Buss, Sweet Home, 9-2.

170 — Emmett Henderson, Junction City, dec. Blaise Pindell, Philomath, 8-6; 182 — Lance VanHoose, Cascade, major dec. Daevon Vereen, Banks, 12-2; 195 — Miguel Velazquez, Marshfield, dec. Brody MacMillan, La Grande, 9-5; 220 — Colby Gazeley, Sweet Home, dec. Tanner Wells, McLoughlin/Weston McEwen, 4-2; 285 — Jaden Martin, Baker/Powder Valley, pinned Christopher Woods, Hidden Valley, 5:15.

CLASS 3A CHAMPIONSHIPS: At La Pine, Cascade Christian freshman Joseph Hutchins pinned his way into the championship match at 113 pounds but fell victim to top-seeded freshman Kale Cornell in the finals.

Cornell, from Burns, got to the championship with pins of 16, 17 and 31 seconds. Hutchins made Cornell work harder but was pinned in 2:43.

As the Challengers’ lone state representative, Hutchins drew a first-round bye before the No. 2 seed pinned Riverside’s Bryan Madrigal in 2:54 during the quarterfinals and stopped La Pine’s Kanoa Machin in 3:22 in the semis.

La Pine won the team title with 199.5 points, as Harrisburg (110.5), Nyssa (87) and Willamina/Falls City 80.5 wrapped up trophies.

TEAM SCORES (TOP 10): La Pine 199.5, Burns 166.5, Harrisburg 110.5, Nyssa 87, Willamina/Falls City 80.5, Warrenton 56.5, Dayton 52.5, South Umpqua 49, Rainier 48, Pleasant Hill 47.

Other Local Teams

17, Cascade Christian, 22.

CHAMPIONSHIP FINALS

106 — Luke Cheek, Harrisburg, dec. Canon Winn, Burns, 4-2; 113 — Kale Cornell, Burns, pinned Joseph Hutchins, Cascade Christian, 2:43; 120 — Landyn Philpott, La Pine, dec. Ethan Peasley. Burns, 5-2; 126 — Oliver Barnes, Burns, major dec. Curtis Talmadge, Harrisburg, 13-0; 132 — Devon Kerr, La Pine, pinned Nephi Heakin, Harrisburg, 1:28.

138 — Dylan Mann, La Pine, pinned Austin Johnson, Willamina/Falls City, 1:57; 145 — Tony Cisneros, Dayton, pinned Kevin Peasley, Burns, 5:34; 152 — Hunter Kemper, Burns, dec. Logan Chapman, Rainier, 5-3; 160 — Michael Fox, Willamina/Falls City, dec. Garrett Forbes, La Pine, 4-1.

170 — Easton Kemper, Burns, pinned Alex Tapia, Warrenton, 2:25; 182 — Alec Carey, Nyssa, dec. David Bowlin, Dayton, 3-2; 195 — Caj Simmons, South Umpqua, dec. Dylan Hankey, La Pine, 16-13; 220 — Joseph Aragon, Nyssa, dec. Trent Olsen, Sutherlin, 3-1; 285 — Maddox Griggs, Sutherlin, dec. Kody Van Meter, Nyssa, 6-2.

CLASS 2A/1A CHAMPIONSHIPS: At Culver, Illinois Valley crowned two champions and one other finished in second place to take second behind Culver for the team title.

Michael Miller took the title at 106 for the Cougars with a 6-3 decision over Harley Hardison of Lowell. Miller got to the final after a first-round bye and then a pair of pins in 1:12 and 1:49, respectively.

Micah Martinho also won his title at 113 for Illinois Valley via decision, beating Debren Sanabria of Culver 9-5. Martinho, the top seed, advanced to the championship final behind three straight pins.

Rogue River junior Anthony Isom placed fourth at 152 to lead the Chieftains, falling 9-2 to IV’s Ryon Martinho in the third-place final. Isom lost his first match of the tournament but responded with three consolation bracket wins before falling to Martinho.

Christian Moody advanced as far as the consolation semifinals, where his run ended on a 4-2 decision to Sheridan’s Joe Trammell.

Culver comfortably won the team title with 200 points, with Illinois Valley (109.5), Vernonia (90) and Toledo (78) earning trophies.

TEAM SCORES (TOP 10): Culver 200, Illinois Valley 109.5, Vernonia 90, Toledo 78, Lakeview 71, Pine Eagle 63, Coquille 60, Regis 53, Central Linn 50, Grant Union/Prairie City 47.

Other Local Teams

24, Rogue River, 19.

CHAMPIONSHIP FINALS

106 — Michael Miller, Illinois Valley, dec. Harley Hardison, Lowell, 6-3; 113 — Micah Martinho, Illinois Valley, dec. Debren Sanabria, Culver, 9-5; 120 — Noel Navarro, Culver, pinned Brandon DePue, Vernonia, 3:20; 126 — Garrett Burns, Imbler, dec. John Otley, Crane, 7-2; 132 — Coy Butner, Pine Eagle, dec. Aaron Solomon, Reedsport, 7-2.

138 — Chase Butner, Pine Eagle, dec. Reeden Arsenault, Culver, 11-8; 145 — Kelin Abbas, Culver, dec. Ryan Griffin, Illinois Valley, 4-2; 152 — Justin Hodge, Grant Union/Prairie City, dec. Wyatt Patzke, Lakeview, 16-13; 160 — Isaiah Toomey, Culver, dec. Joseph Lathrop, Elgin, 7-4.

170 — Kaleb Oliver, Oakland, pinned Jake Doman, Crane, 2:33; 182 — Morgan Ludwig, Lakeview, dec. Jacob Beauchamp, Central Linn, 6-0; 195 — Ash Blomstrom, Toledo, pinned Logan Clayburn, Myrtle Point, 5:23; 220 — Tommy Vigue, Coquille, pinned Toby Clow, Adrian, 1:37; 285 — Wylie Johnson, Culver, pinned Ryan Cox, Grant Union/Prairie City, 2:55.

Andy Atkinson / Mail TribuneNorth Medford's Atreaue Roe, shown in action at the SWC district championships, was the lone Black Tornado to reach the Class 6A state quarterfinals.