North Kitsap’s Beaudoin second, Bremerton’s Michaelson fourth, in Mat Classic

Five male wrestlers from Olympic High School have top 10 finishes

TACOMA — North Kitsap’s Holly Beaudoin placed second in the 2A Girls State Wrestling Championship, 105 weight class, Feb. 17-18 at the Tacoma Dome. Haley Michaelson of Bremerton placed fourth in the 125 weight class.

Beaudoin opened her bid for the title with a 6-1 win over Emily Mendez of Othello, followed by a 2-0 win over Angelica Vela of Warden. Beaudoin was defeated 4-3 in the championship round by Hiraku Abe of Skyview.

Michaelson defeated Monica Canales of Warden by fall in 3:51 and Alexandria Wilson of Aberdeen by fall in 3:25. She lost to Brenda Reyna of Mount Vernon 17-1 TF; Reyna went on to win the title.

Michaelson defeated Lynette Samano of Nooksack Valley by fall in 1:40, but was defeated 5-1 by Kaylee Moore of Naches Valley in the third-place match.

North Kitsap’s Angel Collins (115) lost her first round match 8-6 to Lacy Dunlop of Camas. She defeated Cassidy O’Hara of Lakewood by fall in 3:00, but was ousted by fall in 3:47 from contention by Jamayia Blackston of Lincoln.

In the 2A Boys State Wrestling Championships, five Olympic wrestlers had top 10 finishes.

Fifth (120): Kaylomb Parrish.

Sixth (132): Alec Acfalle.

Seventh (106): Anjelo Pangelinan, 8-6.

Seventh (138): Jayden Fernandez, 15-4.

Eighth (152): Glenn Moe.

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