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Area Wrestling: Cameron Bowman starts string of pins and North Central tops Gonzaga Prep

Jan. 11, 2017 Updated Wed., Jan. 11, 2017 at 11:03 p.m.

Cameron Bowman (152), Josh Johnson (160) and Garrett Mangis (170) all won by pin in the first three matches of the meet and North Central (4-3) handled visiting Gonzaga Prep (0-6) 54-30 in Greater Spokane League action on Wednesday.

Kaden Shaw (132) and Gunnar Van Riper (138) also won by fall later in the match.

Mead 61, Shadle Park 6: Evan Jones (160) earned a pin by a cradle in only 1:08 seconds to help the Panthers (6-0) cruise past the visiting Highlanders (2-4).

University 52, Ferris 18: Terrell Sanders (126), first in 4A Districts last season at 113, beat Cadence Ross by fall at 1:46 to help the Titans (5-2) rout the visiting Saxons (2-5).

Max Clark won a major decision at 132 and Hunter Greggerson (170) won by pin at 45 seconds.

Rogers 39, Lewis and Clark 30: DJ. Craver (170) and Tre Phillips (182) won the last two matches of the night to help the Pirates (2-3) defeat the visiting Tigers (0-5) in a close one.

Noah Benvenuti (106) earned the fastest pin of the night at 26 seconds and Andrew Gunenther (145) grabbed a pin for LC in 3:38 seconds.

Mt. Spokane 34, Central Valley 32: The visiting Wildcats (6-0) topped the Bears (3-2) in a close meet.


Great Northern League

Cheney 37, West Valley 33: Josh Corean (160) beat Kyle Mangum by major decision 14-4 to seal the visiting Blackhawks (6-0, 4-0) win over the Eagles (0-5, 0-4).

Josh Baker (285), Jeremy Blom (113) and Teagan Simon (132) earned wins by fall for Cheney.

East Valley 48, Clarkston 27: Ethan Smith (106) set the tone with a first round pin in the first match and the visiting Knights (3-0, 3-0) blew past the Bantams (0-3, 0-3).

East Valley scored eight pins on the night, including Zach Bowsky (138), Jason Gillingham (170) and Winston Scott (182).

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