Members of the Oak Harbor bench show a variety of reactions to what is happening in the Snohomish match. (Photo by John Fisken)

Members of the Oak Harbor bench show a variety of reactions to what is happening in the Snohomish match. (Photo by John Fisken)

Oak Harbor falls in double-dual / Boys wrestling

The Oak Harbor High School boys wrestling team dropped both ends of a home double-dual meet Thursday, Jan. 10.

The Wildcats lost to Everett 38-30 and to Snohomish 40-35.

Oak Harbor held early leads in both matches but struggled to win matches in the upper weights.

Jakob Dailey (126 pounds), Thibault Simorato (138) and Ethan Pace (170) each won twice.

Shamus Warden (113), Jamal Graham (120) and Caleb Fitzgerald (132) each picked up a win and forfeit.

Oak Harbor (0-3, 4-5) has a non-league match at Mariner (4-2) at 7 p.m. Monday, Jan. 14.

Everett 38, Oak Harbor 30

106, Cole Valdez: lost 17-2.

113, Shamus Warden: won 7-2.

120, Jamal Graham: won by fall, 3:06.

126, Jakob Dailey: won 4-3.

132, Caleb Fitzgerald: forfeit.

138, Thibault Simorato: won 10-5 (overtime).

145, Timothy Luttrell-Dinger: lost by fall, 1:24.

152, Jeremiah Dailey: lost 8-3.

160, Noah Hangan: lost by fall, :43.

170, Ethan Pace: won by fall, 4:30.

182, Brandon Liberty: lost by fall, 5:27.

195, Nolan Byng: lost by fall, 1:49.

220: Oak Harbor forfeit.

285: De’Andre Bennett: won 5-4.

Snohomish 40, Oak Harbor 35

113, Shamus Warden: forfeit.

120, Jamal Graham: forfeit.

126, Jakob Dailey: won 12-2.

132, Caleb Fitzgerald: won 11-3.

138, Thibault Simorato: won by fall, 1:36.

145, Timothy Luttrell-Dinger: lost by fall, 4:31.

152, Jeremiah Dailey: lost by fall, 1:25.

160, Noah Hangan: lost 9-1.

170, Ethan Pace: won 3-2

182, Brandon Liberty: lost by fall, 1:05.

195, Nolan Byng: lost by fall, :33.

220: Oak Harbor forfeit.

285: De’Andre Bennett: lost by fall, 4:09.

106, Cole Valdez: won by fall, 1:49.

Oak Harbor’s Jeremiah Dailey, top, scores some points in his match with Everett’s Christian De Guzman.	(Photo by John Fisken)

Oak Harbor’s Jeremiah Dailey, top, scores some points in his match with Everett’s Christian De Guzman. (Photo by John Fisken)

Jakob Dailey, top, takes control in his match with Snohomish’s Hamoody Smith.	(Photo by John Fisken)

Jakob Dailey, top, takes control in his match with Snohomish’s Hamoody Smith. (Photo by John Fisken)

Timothy Luttrell-Dinger, left, squares off with Everett’s Dayne Tuoimaa.	(Photo by John Fisken)

Timothy Luttrell-Dinger, left, squares off with Everett’s Dayne Tuoimaa. (Photo by John Fisken)

Ethan Pace pins Snohomish’s Karson Castillo.	(Photo by John Fisken)

Ethan Pace pins Snohomish’s Karson Castillo. (Photo by John Fisken)

Thibault Simonata, top, records a first-round fall against Christian Squadrito of Snohomish.	(Photo by John Fisken)

Thibault Simonata, top, records a first-round fall against Christian Squadrito of Snohomish. (Photo by John Fisken)

The official is about to slap the mat to signifiy that Cole Valdez, right, has pinned Snohomish’s Bryce Skowron.	(Photo by John Fisken)

The official is about to slap the mat to signifiy that Cole Valdez, right, has pinned Snohomish’s Bryce Skowron. (Photo by John Fisken)

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