3 lead Oak Harbor at Lakewood scramble / Girls wrestling

A trio of Oak Harbor High School wrestlers won both their matches at the girls Lakewood scramble Wednesday, Jan. 9.

Ella Erikson (115 pounds), Taylor Cress (125) and Hannah Shinn (235) each won twice. Cress and Shinn record pins in each victory.

The Wildcats will compete in the Arlington Ladies Wrestling Tournament at 9 a.m. Saturday, Jan. 12.

Oak Harbor results at Lakewood

115, Ella Erikson: won by fall, 3:36; won 2-0.

120, Isabella Moss: lost by fall, 1:31; lost by fall, 3:55.

125, Taylor Cress: won by fall, 5:19; won by fall, 1:37.

130, Nicole Sipes: lost by fall, 1:04; lost by fall, 1:40.

140, Barrett Chowning: lost 8-3.

235, Hannah Shinn: won by fall, 2:21; won by fall, 1:32.

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