Oak Harbor takes part in first team matches / Girls wrestling

It was a special night for the fledgling Oak Harbor High School girls wrestling team even though it dropped both ends of a double dual meet at Meridian Wednesday, Dec. 11.

In the second year of the program, the Wildcats took part in their first ever head-to-head team matches at Meridian, losing 42-30 to the host Trojans and 45-21 to Mount Baker.

“We are proud of our girls and the way they came together as a team today,” coach Brian Farmer said. “We’re looking forward to the rest of the season as we keep making improvements.”

Maria Dailey (155 pounds) won twice for Oak Harbor, collecting a pair of falls.

Ella Erikson (125) and Adelina Lopez (130) each won once and received a forfeit.

The Wildcats compete in the 35-team Lady Classic in Everett at 9 a.m. Saturday, Dec. 14.

Meridian 42, Oak Harbor 30

100: Oak Harbor forfeit.

105: Double forfeit.

110: Oak Harbor forfeit.

115, Christina Frank: won by forfeit (won exhibition match by fall, :41).

120: Double forfeit.

125, Ella Erikson: won by forfeit.

130, Adelina Lopez: won by fall (1:10).

135, Anika Rasmussen: won by forfeit.

140, Abigail Correa-Cruz: lost by fall (5:11).

145, Barrett Chowing: lost by fall (1:29).

155, Maria Dailey: won by fall (1:19).

170, Haven Lemme: lost by fall (3:46).

190, Aly Grose: lost by fall.

235: Oak Harbor forfeit.

Mount Baker 45, Oak Harbor 21

100: Oak Harbor forfeit.

105: Double forfeit.

110: Double forfeit.

115, Frank: lost by fall (:27).

120: Oak Harbor forfeit.

125, Erikson: won 7-0.

130, Lopez: won by forfeit.

135, Rasmussen: lost 3-0.

140, Correa-Cruz: lost by fall (:55).

145, Chowing: won by forfeit.

155, Dailey: won by fall (3:41).

170, Lemme: lost by fall (1:00).

190, Grose: lost by fall (3:33).

235: Oak Harbor forfeit.

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