Prep roundup: University wrestling caps season with win over Central Valley; Pullman finishes 2A campaign undefeated
Jan. 25, 2023 Updated Thu., Jan. 26, 2023 at 12:02 a.m.
From staff reports
Roundup of Wednesday’s high school sports action from the Greater Spokane League.
University 58, Central Valley 21: Czar Quintanilla (113 pounds), Samuel Thomas (160) and Tre Buchanan (220) won by pin and the visiting Titans (8-1) beat the Bears (6-3). Blaine Beard (126), Terran Manson (138) and Danner Smith (170) had wins for CV.
Ferris 46, Lewis and Clark 36: Reilly McManus (152), Jack Neale (160) and Colby Lingo (126) won by pin and the Saxons (2-7) beat the visiting Tigers (1-8). Quinnton Flores (285) and Bennett Hendrickson (132) had pins for LC.
Ridgeline 53, North Central 15: Gavin Shoemaker (138), Josiah Klontz (160) and Brayden Phillips (195) won by pin and the visiting Falcons (5-4) beat the Wolfpack (2-7). Riley Hemminger (170) and Tommy Elliott (152) earned points for NC.
West Valley 50, Rogers 30: Jaiden Peak (113), Champ Bailey (152) and Logan Crosby (220) earned pins and the visiting Eagles (4-1) downed the Pirates (1-4). Blaise Cross (160) and Tayveius Allen (170) had pins for Rogers.
Pullman 48, Shadle Park 36: Evan McDougle (126), Austin Crossler (132) and Cotton Sears (285) were among eight with pins and the visiting Greyhounds (5-0) topped the Highlanders (2-3). Braeden Champion (113) and Corbin Juarez (145) had pins for Shadle.
GSL No. 5 (Ridgeline host): Ridgeline’s Isabella DeLaRosa won the all-around with a score of 35.175 while Central Valley took the team title with 160.80 points at Ridgeline.
DeLaRosa placed first in beam, floor and vault as was second in bars.
Ridgeline finished second with 158.9 points, followed by Ferris at 149.30.
Pullman 79, Othello 41: Jaedyn Brown scored 26 points to lead four in double figures and the Greyhounds (15-0) beat the visiting Huskies (7-9) in a nonleague game. Champ Powaukee had 19 points and Dane Sykes added 14 for Pullman.
Othello 53, Pullman 42: Briana Andrade scored 17 points, Annalee Coronado added 16 and the visiting Huskies (10-7) beat the Greyhounds (4-11). Sehra Singh led Pullman with 13 points.
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