3 Wildcats place at Arlington tournament / Girls wrestling

Oak Harbor’s Adelina Lopez shows off her third-place medal from the Highway 9 Championships. (Submitted photo)

Oak Harbor’s Adelina Lopez shows off her third-place medal from the Highway 9 Championships. (Submitted photo)

Three wrestlers from Oak Harbor High School placed at the Highway 9 Girls Championships Saturday, Jan. 11, in Arlington.

Adelina Lopez (130 pounds) finished third and Christina Frank (115) and Adrionna Yelle (190) each nabbed fifth for the Wildcats.

As a team, Oak Harbor finished 17th out of 26 schools with 47 points; Everett won with 196.

The Wildcats (0-6) wrestle host Mount Vernon (0-5) and Ferndale (2-4) in a double-dual meet at 6 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 16.

Oak Harbor results at Arlington

115, Christina Frank (fifth place): lost by fall, 2:48; won by fall, 3:44; won 17-11; won 14-10; lost by fall, :47.

130, Adelina Lopez (third): won by fall, :34; lost by fall, 3:48; won by fall, :47; won by fall, 1:55.

140, Barrett Chowning: bye; lost by fall, 3:27; lost by fall, 4:13.

140, Abigail Correa Cruz: won by fall, 1:19; lost by fall, 5:08; lost by fall, 4:42.

140, Jasmine Zenger: lost by fall, :33; lost by fall, 3:19.

155 (JV), Samantha Davis: lost by fall, :42; lost by fall, 4:03; lost by forfeit.

170, Aly Grose: lost by fall, 2:54; bye; lost by fall, 4:59.

170 (JV), Gabi Suarez Flores: lost by fall, 4:45; won by fall, 1:45; lost by fall, 5:01; lost by forfeit.

190, Adrionna Yelle (fifth): won by fall, :44; lost by fall, :25; won by fall, 2:05; won by fall, 3:18; lost by fall, 1:53.

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