Oak Harbor takes 3rd at PanCan / Boys wrestling

The Oak Harbor High School boys wrestling team finished third at the PanCan duals hosted by Renton’s Hazen High School Saturday, Jan. 18.

Hazen is coached by Oak Harbor graduate Rory Magana, and Hazen sponsors the PanCan each year to bring awareness to pancreatic cancer, which took the life Magana’s father, Rod Magana, a long-time Oak Harbor resident.

The Wildcats took second in their pool, defeating the Renegades 43-39 and Skyline 46-23 and losing to Hazen 53-27.

In a match against the second-place team from the other pool, Oak Harbor defeated Highline 46-30.

Wildcat coach Larry Falcon said their was a mistake in the Skyline scoring and the official individual results will be provided at a later date.

Quincy was unable to attend because of weather conditions in the mountain passes. The other teams chipped in a few wrestlers each to form the Renegades to take Quincy’s spot and fill out the eight-team tournament.

Oak Harbor 43, Renegades 39

106, Ezekiel Egli, lost 3-0.

120, Shamus Warden, won by fall, 1:22.

126, Timothy Powers, won by fall, 2:59.

132, Jamal Graham, won by fall, 1:03.

145, Timothy Luttrell-Dingler, lost by fall, 3:43.

152, Noah Hangan, won 14-3.

160, Evan Beerbower, won by fall, :46.

195, Zachary English, lost 5-1.

285, Nathan Kolden, won by fall, 1:06.

Hazen 53, Oak Harbor 27

106, Egli, lost 16-1.

120, Warden, lost by fall, 5:43.

126, Powers, won 12-7.

132, Graham, won by fall, :49.

145, Luttrell-Dingler, lost by fall, 4:21.

152, Hangan, won by forfeit.

160, Beerbower, lost by fall, 4:06.

170, Jaden Scott, won by fall, :41.

195, English, won by fall, 3:03.

295, Kolden, lost by fall, :47.

Oak Harbor 46, Highline 30

106, Egli, won by forfeit.

120, Warden, won by fall, 5:21.

126, Powers, won 16-2.

132, Graham, won 17-1.

145, Luttrell-Dingler, won by forfeit.

152, Hangan, won by fall, 3:19.

160, Beerbower, won by fall, :12.

170, Scott, lost by fall, 4:43.

195, English, lost by fall, :21.

285, Kolden, lost by fall, 5:42.

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