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Wrestling roundup: Mt. Spokane routs Lewis and Clark

 (Patrick Hagerty)
(Patrick Hagerty)

Jake Howerton and Zach Clark opened the match with back-to-back pins at 145 and 152, and Mt. Spokane cruised past Lewis and Clark 67-6 in a GSL dual meet on Thursday.

Howerton felled his opponent in only 18 seconds. Jacob Carr (113) and Casey Howerton (126) also pinned their foes in less than 1 minute for the Wildcats (2-0 GSL).

Romeo Villaro picked up a pin at 285 for the Tigers’ (0-2) only points.

Mead 52, Ferris 18: Trace Franks (285), Ronin Lopez (106) and Chase Randall (113) finished off the match with three straight pins, and the Panthers defeated the visiting Saxons.

Chase Tebbets (120) opened the match with another pin for Mead (2-0), while Zach Strauss (182) and Malachi Areta (220) earned pins for Ferris (1-1).

University 57, Gonzaga Prep 15: Josh Sanders began a run of four straight pins at 170, and the Titans pulled away to defeat the visiting Bullpups.

Spencer Mallonee (182), Trey Stannard (195) and Denver Harris (220) completed the run of dominance from U-Hi (1-1).

Josh Centenari picked up the only pin for G-Prep (0-2).

North Central 42, Rogers 27: Clayton Gilliam notched a technical fall at 138 to help the host Indians get off to a strong start and repel the Pirates.

Gavin Gies (145) and Kadin Shaw (152) added pins for NC (1-1) during a dominant run. Tre Phillips picked up a first-round pin at 182 as Rogers (1-1) closed with pins in four of the last six matches to tighten the score.

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