Three Oak Harbor wrestlers and the regional all-stars pose with the members of the Japanese Natonal Junior team after their meet Friday in Everett. The Wildcats are at the far left, Blake McBride, Caleb Fitzgerald and Michael Fisken. (Photo by John Fisken)

Three Oak Harbor wrestlers and the regional all-stars pose with the members of the Japanese Natonal Junior team after their meet Friday in Everett. The Wildcats are at the far left, Blake McBride, Caleb Fitzgerald and Michael Fisken. (Photo by John Fisken)

Oak Harbor competes in four events over weekend / Wrestling

It was a busy weekend — one of mixed results — for the Oak Harbor High School wrestling team.

Friday, Oak Harbor took part in two events in Everett. First, the Wildcats lost 57-22 to the Seagulls in a Western Conference contest. That match was followed by a battle between a regional all-star team and the Japanese Junior National squad. Three Wildcats (Caleb Fitzgerald, Blake McBride and Michael Fisken), none of who wrestled in the league match, were part of the all-star lineup.

Saturday, Oak Harbor’s first team placed fourth out of 15 schools at the Panther Classic in Snohomish, while its second squad took seventh out of eight schools at the Shoreline Invitational.

This week, the Wildcats (0-3, 3-7) entertain Arlington (2-0, 4-1) in Wesco action at 7 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 11.

Everett 57, Oak Harbor 22

The Seagulls (3-0, 5-1) remained in first place in the Wesco North with the win.

Oak Harbor results

106, Jamal Graham won 21-10.

113, Blake Servatius won by forfeit.

120, Justin Go lost by fall (1:31).

126, Nicholas Morris lost by fall (4:40).

132, Giovanni Ribay lost by fall (1:51).

138, Jeremiah Dailey lost by fall (5:12).

145, Tayvion Shaw lost 8-5.

152, Shingo Johnston lost by fall (3:16).

160, Aaron Fletcher lost by fall (2:08).

170, Ethan Pace won by fall (1:55).

182, Forfeit.

190, Forfeit.

220, Jackson Pittman lost by fall (1:20).

285, Haden Campbell won by forfeit.

Cultural exchange match

The regional team was no match for Japan’s best in the freestyle exhibition. The visitors rarely gave up a point in sweeping the competition.

Panther Classic

Eight of the 10 Oak Harbor competitors placed, led by champions McBride (145 pounds) and Fisken (220). Fisken recorded four consecutive pins to secure his title.

The Wildcats placed fourth in the team standings with 142 points even though they did not field a wrestler in four classes. Oak Harbor’s eight placers tied three other schools for the most in the meet.

Decatur won the team title with 168.5 points; Oak Harbor tallied 142.

Oak Harbor results

106, Graham: won by fall (:42); lost 8-5; won 7-6; lost 6-2.

113, Servatius (third place): won by fall (1:25); lost 13-7; won by fall (2:31); won by fall (:47); won by fall (2:23).

120, Jakob Dailey (fifth): won by fall (3:07); lost 4-2 (OT); won 4-3; won 7-3; lost 5-1.

126, Fitzgerald (fifth): won by fall (1:44); won 12-5; lost by fall (3:46); lost 10-6.

132, Ribay (third): bye; lost by fall (1:27); won by injury default; won 10-1; won 6-0.

145, McBride (first): bye; won by fall (1:45); won 6-5; won 11-4.

160, Fletcher (fifth): won by fall (3:25); lost 19-6; won by fall (:44); won by fall (2:58); lost by fall (4:59).

170, Pace (fifth): won by fall (3:47); won 6-4 (OT); lost by fall (3:26); lost 3-0.

220, Fisken (first): won by fall (:45); won by fall (3:25); won by fall (1:27); won by fall (3:53).

285, Campbell: lost by fall (:54); bye; won by fall (4:00); lost by fall (1:41).

Shoreline Invitational

Three Wildcats finished among the top four, paced by Corbyn Taylor (106), who nabbed third.

As a team, the Wildcats placed seventh with 60.5 points; O’Dea won with 208.5.

Oak Harbor results

106, Taylor (third): bye; lost by fall (3:00); won by fall (1:20); won by fall (3:24).

113, Shamus Warden: won 6-5; lost by fall (2:58); lost 9-6.

126, Morris (fourth): lost 6-1; bye; won 6-5; lost by fall (:30).

126, Go: won by fall (1:57); lost by fall (:20); lost 6-5.

132, Hunter Hogarth (fourth): lost by fall (1:28); won by fall (4:21); won by fall (5:25); lost 15-0.

138, Jeremiah Dailey: lost by fall (:43); won 17-2; lost by fall (1:20).

145, Evan Beerbower (fourth): lost by fall (1:18); won by fall (1:50); won by fall (2:44); lost by fall (3:27).

152, Chris Brooks: won by fall (:56); lost by fall (3:33); lost by injury default.

160, Noah Hangan: lost by fall (1:05); lost 6-4.

170, Henry Booth: lost by fall (1:24); bye; lost by fall (1:46).

220, Pittman: lost by fall (:25); lost by fall (:30).

285, Nathan Kolden: lost by fall (1:46); lost by fall (:40).

285, Deandre Bennett: lost 10-5; won by fall (:40); lost by fall (1:53).

Blake McBride, top, beats Arlington’s Gavin Howell in the 145-pound title match at the Panther Classic Saturday.	(Photo by John Fisken)

Blake McBride, top, beats Arlington’s Gavin Howell in the 145-pound title match at the Panther Classic Saturday. (Photo by John Fisken)

Michael Fisken pins Mariner’s Jose Parra in the championship match of the Panther Classic Saturday.	(Photo by John Fisken)

Michael Fisken pins Mariner’s Jose Parra in the championship match of the Panther Classic Saturday. (Photo by John Fisken)

Jakob Dailey, top, tangles with Lynnwood’s Josiah Powell at the Panther Class. Dailey won the match with a second-round fall. (Photo by John Fisken)

Jakob Dailey, top, tangles with Lynnwood’s Josiah Powell at the Panther Class. Dailey won the match with a second-round fall. (Photo by John Fisken)

Jeremiah Dailey, right, squares off with Everett’s Stephan Erosa Friday.	(Photo by John Fisken)

Jeremiah Dailey, right, squares off with Everett’s Stephan Erosa Friday. (Photo by John Fisken)

Oak Harbor’s Shingo Johnston, bottom, takes his Everett opponent for a ride.	(Photo by John Fisken)

Oak Harbor’s Shingo Johnston, bottom, takes his Everett opponent for a ride. (Photo by John Fisken)

Nicholas Morris, top, tries to control his Everett opponent Friday.	(Photo by John Fisken)

Nicholas Morris, top, tries to control his Everett opponent Friday. (Photo by John Fisken)

Giovanni Ribay, left, works on escaping from Simner’s Keigan Mortimer on the way to a 10-1 win in Snohomish Saturday.	(Photo by John Fisken)

Giovanni Ribay, left, works on escaping from Simner’s Keigan Mortimer on the way to a 10-1 win in Snohomish Saturday. (Photo by John Fisken)

Blake Servatius, top, works on turning North Salem’s Daniel Labra at the Panther Classic. Servatius pinned Labra in the second round of the match for third place.	(Photo by John Fisken)

Blake Servatius, top, works on turning North Salem’s Daniel Labra at the Panther Classic. Servatius pinned Labra in the second round of the match for third place. (Photo by John Fisken)

Tayvion Shaw, top, scraps with his Everett counterpart in Friday’s match.	(Photo by John Fisken)

Tayvion Shaw, top, scraps with his Everett counterpart in Friday’s match. (Photo by John Fisken)

Blake McBride, right, takes part in the cultural exchange match Friday in Everett.	(Photo by John Fisken)

Blake McBride, right, takes part in the cultural exchange match Friday in Everett. (Photo by John Fisken)

Caleb Fitzgerald, left, faces a member of the Japanese team Saturday.	(Photo by John Fisken)

Caleb Fitzgerald, left, faces a member of the Japanese team Saturday. (Photo by John Fisken)

Michael Fisken, back, competes against a member of the Japanese National Junior team.	(Photo by John Fisken)

Michael Fisken, back, competes against a member of the Japanese National Junior team. (Photo by John Fisken)

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