Forfeits lead to Oak Harbor loss / Boys wrestling

Winning on the mat but not on the scoreboard, the Oak Harbor High School boys wrestling team lost 52-26 at Marysville-Pilchuck Wednesday, Jan. 29.

The Wildcats forfeited six weight classes, giving up 36 points. Of the eight divisions contested, Oak Harbor won five and outscored the Tomahawks 26-16.

The match was the first of three on the road in three days for the Wildcats. Oak Harbor (10-7) goes to Stanwood (3-1, 7-2) at 5:30 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 30, and then to Anacortes (1-7) for non-league match in the regular-season finale at 6 p.m. Friday, Jan. 31.

Marysville-Pilchuck 52, Oak Harbor 26

106, Ezekiel Egli, won 16-0.

113, Oak Harbor forfeit.

120, Cole Valdez, won 15-0.

126, Timothy Powers, lost by fall, 3:28.

132, Oak Harbor forfeit.

138, Oak Harbor forfeit.

145, Oak Harbor forfeit.

152, Noah Hangan, won by fall, 3:27.

160, Evan Beerbower, won 13-5.

170, Jaden Scott, lost 16-8.

182, Oak Harbor forfeit.

195, Zachary English, lost by fall, 3:07.

220, Oak Harbor forfeit.

285, Ivan Snyder, won by fall, 1:08.

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