Saturday’s Wrestling: Centralia Girls Place Third at Rumble in the Jungle
By The Chronicle
WASHOUGAL — The Centralia girls were able to finish third out of eight teams in the Rumble in the Jungle wrestling tournament here on Saturday.
Centralia faced three schools during the tournament, falling to No. 1 ranked 4A school Union 48-30. The Tigers topped Skyview 48-18 and took down Kelso in the consolation finals 54-24.
Olivia Delaney (110 pounds) was 4-0 in her matches to make her 10-0 this season. Ali Silva (125), Analeese McAllister (130) and Angie Contreras (145) each won two matches. Kalyssa Conway (105), Alex Hamilton (120) and Marley Farfan (190) each won one match.
Centralia competes next at the Kelso Invite, starting at 3 p.m. on Friday and 10 a.m. on Saturday.
W.F. West Finishes Eighth at Pacific Coast Championships
VANCOUVER — The Bearcats placed eighth out of 40 teams at the Pacific Coast Championships wrestling tournament here on Saturday.
Brady Davis (120) and Darren Gray (120) each made it through the bracket to end up meeting in the quarterfinals after each won their first two matches by pin. Davis defeated Gray in a 7-4 decision, but Davis was defeated in the semifinals by Graham Kapowsin’s Noah Cortez. Gray was able to bounce back in his next match with a 10-4 decision before losing again to end up in the seventh place match, falling to Josiah Sanders to take eighth place. Davis lost again before earning fifth place.
Zach Evans (132) finished eighth for the Bearcats. Evans won by a 10-0 decision and a 8-3 decision before being pinned in the quarterfinals. After bouncing back with a pin, Evans lost two straight matches to place eighth.
Christopher Powe (182) won his opening match by an 8-2 decision before a win by pin and a 9-4 decision win over Camas’ Dustin Hubbard. Powe lost by pin in the semifinals and lost his next match by a 3-0 decision before pinning Arlington’s Levi Wiseman.
Isaac Reavis (195) won his opening match by pin before losing by pin. Reavis battled his way through the consolation bracket, earning wins by pin, a 1-0 decision and an 8-2 decision before losing his second match of the day to put him in the seventh place match. South Kitsap’s Logan McKinney won by pin as Reavis finished in eighth place.
W.F. West is back on the mats on Friday, hosting a double-dual with Tillamook and Port Angeles.