Prep roundup: Wrestlers win at Everett Classic

"In a season of big accomplishments, the Oak Harbor wrestling team ran away with the Everett Classic Wrestling Tournament on Saturday.Jon Garcia (112), Danny Wichers (125), Brian Lang (145) and Brent Lang (171) all grabbed first place finishes in the seven-team tournament.“The kids wrestled just great,” Oak Harbor coach Brian Farmer said.Garcia won an 11-3 major decision over Everitt’s John Irwin in the title round. Wichers won an 8-4 decision over Kentwood’s Brian Melvin. Brian Lang pinned Keith Symons of Everett halfway through the third period. And Brent Lang (171) won a 12-10 major decision over Burlington-Edison’s Dean Jones. Oak Harbor took its 6-0 record in conference dual meets this season into the showdown with Marysville-Pilchuck on Tuesday night. The meet took place after the News-Times deadline.EVERETT CLASSICTeam scores1. Oak Harbor 205.5; 2. Everett 160; 3. Puyallup 147.5; 4.(tie) Bothell 126.5; 4.(tie) Burlington-Edison 126.5; 5. Monroe 120; 6. Blaine 109.5; 7. Kentwood 105.Final round individual scores103: Magnusson (Bl) pinned Matsumoto (P), 1:30, 1st; 112: Garcia (OH) major dec. Irwin (E), 11-3; 119: Boyovich (KW) major dec. Ciccu (Bo), 20-6; 125: Wichers (OH) dec. Melvin (KW), 8-4; 130: Button (Bl) pinned Gaitan (Bo), 1:21, 2nd; 135: King (E) dec. Harriman, (B-E), 5-1; 140: Sharp (M) major dec. Pruden (E), 12-4; 145: Bri. Lang (OH) pinned Symons (E), 1:05, 3rd; 152: Burden (Bl) major dec. Stendera, 12-4; 160: Springer (M) won by technical fall over Farmer (OH), 17-0; 171: Bre. Lang (OH) dec. Jones (B-E), 12-10; 189: Hethrington (KW) dec. Burress (B-E), 5-1; 215: Johnson (P) dec. Bonson (OH), 5-0; 275: Hyatt (Bo) pinned Turner (E), 1:03, 2nd.Girls basketballKAMIAK 60, OAK HARBOR 42Kamiak broke open a close game in the second half to defeat the Wildcats at Kamiak on Friday. Valerie Hartman led Oak Harbor with 13 points, and was the only Wildcat to score in double figures. Jamie Armstrong scored 9 points.Oak Harbor: Hartman 13, Manibusan 5, Burnette 6, Armstrong 9, Stanalonis 6, Matzen 3. Kamiak: Boswell 2, Larson 10, Black 5, Petersen 7, Burrows 2, Martin 1, Garski 9, McDonnell 4, Page 12, Calabrese 8, Hohnhaus. 3-pointers: Black 1, Petersen 1, Hartman 1, Manibusan 1, Matzen 1. JV score: Kamiak 74, Oak Harbor 20.Oak Harbor 11 13 7 11 — 42Kamiak 10 17 14 19 — 60COUPEVILLE 37, MT. VERNON CHRIS. 33Down by three points at half time, the Wolves outscored Mount Vernon Christion 22-15 in the second half for the win. Tina Lyness led Coupeville in scoring with 14 points, but defense was the story of the game, as the Wolves forced 32 Mount Vernon Christian turnovers.“Our girls played unbelievably hard,” Coupeville coach Willie Smith said. “Our defense is carrying us right now.”Coupeville played La Conner late Tuesday. The Wolves are then idle until a big test at unbeaten league foe Archbishop Murphy next Tuesday. Coupeville: Lyness 14, Ellsworth-Bagby 10, Knox 3, King 8, Taylor 2. Mount Vernon: Ladeboer 2, Braun 10, Kooy 2, Vandervean 4, Kuipers 11, DeVries 4.Coupeville 6 9 11 111 — 37Mount Vernon 10 8 7 8 — 33"

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