Central Valley ran its record to 6-2 while Lewis and Clark won its first two matches of the season at a dual-dual Greater Spokane League setup, also featuring Shadle Park and Gonzaga Prep, at Lewis and Clark on Thursday.
Central Valley 55, Shadle Park 15: Holt Connole earned a fall in the second round at four minutes to help the Bears (6-2) defeat the Highlanders (2-6).
Central Valley won five matches by pin, including Braedon Orrino (145), Tate Malek (160), Braxton Mikesell (195) and Wyatt Wickham (285).
Shadle Park was led by Andreas Wilson, who earned a technical fall with a score of 15-0.
Central Valley 73, Gonzaga Prep 0: Tate Malek (160) earned a pin in 43 seconds to help the Bears (5-2) shut out the Bullpups (0-8).
G-Prep only wrestled eight in match. CV earned five pins and a major decision in the eight decisions.
Lewis and Clark 46, Shadle Park 16: Romeo Villaro (285) needed only 56 seconds to earn a pin and help the Tigers (1-6) earn their first win of the season and defeat the visiting Highlanders (2-5).
Brian Krych (170) also earned a victory for the Tigers with a decision of 7-2. LC won the first seven decisions of the meet.
Lewis and Clark 69, Gonzaga Prep 12: Kyle Schon (182) helped the Tigers (2-6) cruise past the visiting Bullpups with his 40 second fall.
Brian Krych (170) also earned a fall in only 29 seconds for the Tigers, which recorded six pins in all.
Kendall Brock (220) and Darius Johnson (285) earned pins for G-Prep.
Mead 63, Rogers 18: Chase Randall (106) pinned his man in 49 seconds as the Panthers (8-0) defeated the visiting Pirates (1-7).
Randall, a freshman, took down Kenny Phan with the fastest pin of the night. Devante Goodman out-muscled Isiah Morgan in the 145 class to pin him in a time of 1:07. The Panthers finished with eight pins on the night.
Of Rogers’ three pins, the best was by Markus Robinson (285), who took down Nik Shulkin in 51 seconds.
Lakeside (WA) 34, Medical Lake 33: Akio Yamada (170) earned a pin in 1:16 and the visiting Eagles beat the Cardinals in a Northeast A match.
Yamada was the last win of the match for Lakeside, cementing the victory. Logan Odell (106) pinned his man in 25 seconds as the Eagles had four pins on the night.
Brandon Giles (120) won by pin for Medical Lake, which also won the final two matches of the meet, both by pin.
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