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Wrestling: Ben Clark leads Mt. Spokane over Rogers with fast pin, Wildcats stay undefeated

From staff reports

Greater Spokane League

Mt. Spokane 60, Rogers 12: Ben Clark had a pin in one minute and five seconds in the 113 pound weight class and the Wildcats beat the visiting Pirates.

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Mead 47, North Central 28: Dylan Newman pinned his opponent in one minute and 37 seconds and the visiting Panthers beat the Indians.

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Central Valley 49, Gonzaga Prep 18: Isaak Yackle pinned his opponent in one minute and 18 seconds in the 113 weight class and the visiting Bears beat the Bullpups.

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Ferris 57, Shadle Park 22: Bandon Mantano pinned his opponent in one minute and nine seconds and the visiting Saxons beat the Highlanders.

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University 64, Lewis and Clark 11: Josh Sanders’ 30 second pin in the 170 pound weight class helped the Titans beat the visiting Tigers.

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Great Northern League

West Valley 39, Pullman 32: Kyler Warren pinned Petr Paulson in 25 seconds and the Eagles defeated the Greyhounds.

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Cheney 55, Deer Park 22: Jackson Showalter won his dual via a 10-0 major decision and the Blackhawks beat the Knights.

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Northeast 1A League

Colville 60, Deer Park 15: Hunter Tharaldson pinned Jesse Overton in a minute and 52 seconds and the Indians beat the Stags.

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Lakeside 63, Freeman 18: Parker Stinebaugh had a 51 second pin in the 113 weight class and the visiting Eagles beat the Scotties.

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