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Wrestling: Mead qualifies 15 for Mat Classic XXXI at 4A regional tournament

UPDATED: Sat., Feb. 9, 2019

The two-day WIAA 4A Region 4 wrestling tournament scheduled for Friday and Saturday at Camas HS was condensed to a one-day meet, with the top six in each weight class qualifying for Mat Classic XXXI on Feb. 15-16 at the Tacoma Dome.

On Friday, Chiawana (155.5) took home the team championship, with Mead (134) second and Union (116) third. University placed sixth, Central Valley was seventh, Ferris finished ninth, Lewis and Clark was 14th and Gonzaga Prep was 16th.

Mead had 15 wrestlers qualify for Mat Classic XXXI at the Tacoma Dome on Feb. 15-16. University and Central Valley had nine apiece go through, Ferris qualified eight wrestlers, Lewis and Clark had two and Gonzaga Prep had one.

Area wrestlers to qualify:

106: Jake Mark (Mead), Bennett Beard (CV), Jason Frankling (U-Hi);

113: Tyler Walker (U-Hi), Johnny Mason (Mead), Caleb Anastasi (Ferris);

120: Luke Grisafi (CV), Ryan Clark (Mead), Nico Smith (CV), Connor Irvin (Ferris);

126: Drew Roberts (U-Hi), Josh Anastasi (Ferris), Justin Mason (Mead);

132: Chase Tebbets (Mead), Ben Mitchell (Mead), Cam Domke (U-Hi), Jesse Ramey (CV);

138: Zach Granly (U-Hi), Colby Grosse (Mead), Anthony Urbancic (Ferris);

145: JT Connors (Mead), Holt Connole (CV);

152: Miles Martin (U-Hi), Kyle Anstrom (U-Hi);

160: Chris Homen (Ferris), Cam Crawford (Mead), Connor Larsen (CV);

170: Zack Stratton (CV), Bryce Tellinghusen (U-Hi), Isaiah Simera-Saldana (Mead), Jordan Munir (LC);

182: Josh Sanders (U-Hi), Jake Davis (Ferris);

195: Cade Byus (CV), Sam Walker (Mead), Grant Engles (Mead), Carson Duncan (LC);

220: Ben Voigtlaender (Mead), Trace Franks (Mead), Elijah McCann (Ferris);

285: Braxton Mikesell (CV), Darius Johnson (G-Prep), Tyler Cook (Mead), Brian Kaumaratne (Ferris).

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