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                                Xavier Eaglin was one of South Kitsap’s two first-place finishers at the SPSL 4A championship meet.

Mark Krulish/Kitsap News Group Xavier Eaglin was one of South Kitsap’s two first-place finishers at the SPSL 4A championship meet.

South Kitsap captures SPSL championship; 15 wrestlers win individual sub-regional titles

PUYALLUP — South Kitsap took home the SPSL 4A wrestling tournament title at Rogers High School this past weekend, finishing 20 points ahead of second-place Curtis thanks to a number of top-three finishes.

The Wolves got their revenge on the Vikings after losing the tournament title last season. However, South Kitsap did go on to win a team title at the state tournament.

Peyton Motter and Xavier Eaglin each won league titles at 106 and 126 pounds, respectively. Five Wolves also reached their championship matches and finished in second place — Gabriel Kenyon at 106, losing in an injury forfeit to teammate Motter, Deyondre Davis at 160, Mathew Burns at 170, Logan Stafford at 182 and Logan McKinney at 195.

South Kitsap also received a pair of third-place finishes from Jacob Laws (145) and Ethan Fragoso (220).

The South Kitsap girls finished eighth in their subregional, also at Rogers.

Sophomore Hailey Roberts beat Jaylene Sanchez of Curtis, 7-3, in the 120 final to capture a league title. Brooklyn Roberts took second at 125 and freshman Emilia Robles finished fifth at 130.


TEAM SCORES — 1. South Kitsap, 313.5; 2. Curtis, 293.5; 3. Rogers, 277.0; 4. Sumner, 218.5; 5. Graham-Kapowsin, 199.5; 6. Emerald Ridge, 177.0; 7. Puyallup, 159.0; 8. Olympia, 89.0; 9. Bellarmine, 61.0.


First — Peyton Motter, South Kitsap, 106; Xavier Eaglin, South Kitsap, 126.

Second — Gabriel Kenyon, South Kitsap, 106; Deyondre Davis, South Kitsap, 160; Mathew Burns, South Kitsap, 170; Logan Stafford, South Kitsap, 182; Logan McKinney, South Kitsap, 195.

Third — Jacob Laws, South Kitsap, 145; Ethan Fragoso, South Kitsap, 220.

Fourth — Courtland Laha, South Kitsap, 285.

Fifth — Keel Slayback, South Kitsap, 132; Ethan Patmore, South Kitsap, 138; Zach Perdue, South Kitsap, 145.

Sixth — Joseph Laws, South Kitsap, 138; Richard Nolan, South Kitsap, 220.


TEAM SCORES — 1. Rogers, 200; 2. Curtis, 189.5; 3. Puyallup, 155; 4. Sumner, 107; 5. Olympia, 100; 6. Graham-Kapowsin, 89; 7. Emerald Ridge, 53; 8. South Kitsap, 45; 9. Bellarmine Prep, 13.


First — Hailey Roberts, South Kitsap, 120.

Second — Brooklyn Roberts, South Kitsap, 125.

Fifth — Emilia Robles, South Kitsap, 130.


PORT ANGELES — Seven Kitsap County grapplers walked away with subregional championship wins at the Olympic/KingCo 2A wrestling meet Feb. 2.

Anjelo Pangelinan and Logan Cornell of Olympic, Robert Gomez and Nouh Hammou of North Kitsap, and Josiah Sorensen, Haley Michaelson and Catalina Sanchez of Bremerton all left the meet with the top spot in their respective weight classes.

Pangelinan took down Michael Chichester of Bremerton by fall in 2 minutes, 13 seconds in the 106 finals. Cornell defeated Cache Holmes of North Kitsap, also by fall, in 3:20.

Michaelson won a 6-2 decision for the Knights over Lindy Smith of Wilson, adding another title to her stellar senior season. Catalina Sanchez defeated Mahogani Lewis of Spanaway Lay by pin in 2:44 and Sorenson knocked off Taylor Andrews of Olympic, 8-3, in the 145 finals.

Gomez scored a championship win over Bremerton’s Estan Wakonabo, 7-1, in the 132 finals and it took Hammou just 33 seconds to pin Dominick Timperio of Port Angeles in the 195 finals.


TEAM SCORES — 1. North Mason, 315; 2. Bremerton, 240.5; 3. Port Angeles, 214; 4. North Kitsap, 183.5; 5. Olympic, 155; 6. Kingston, 61.


First — Anjelo Pangelinan, Olympic, 106; Robert Gomez, North Kitsap, 132; Josiah Sorenson, Bremerton, 145; Logan Cornell, Olympic, 182; Nouh Hammou, North Kitsap, 195.

Second — Michael Chichester, Bremerton, 106; Logan Nickels, Bremerton, 113; Diego Clemen, Bremerton 126; Estan Wakonabo, Bremerton, 132; Luis Clemen, Bremerton, 138; Taylor Andrews, Olympic, 145; Anthony Poggi, North Kitsap, 160; Issac Cueva-Lopez, Bremerton, 170; Cache Holmes, North Kitsap, 182; Nickyle Tucker, Kingston, 220.

Third — Roiel Sorenson, Bremerton, 113; Tayden Toledo, Olympic, 120; Tim Porter, Olympic, 132; Hunter Tipler, Bremerton, 152; Robert Collier, Kingston, 160; Henry Buentello, Bremerton, 195.

Fourth — Carson Monette, North Kitsap, 113; Robert Haugen, Olympic, 120; Dalton Tellinghuisen, Kingston, 120; Michael Murray, Bremerton, 138; Jacob Diehl, North Kitsap, 145; Gabe Mathis, North Kitsap, 160; Josh Snider, North Kitsap, 170; Rashun Oliver, Olympic, 285.

Fifth — Jonah Holmes, North Kitsap, 113; Alpha Cooper, Bremerton, 132; Ben Graves, North Kitsap, 152; Jassiah Smith, North Kitsap, 170; Kai Fernandez, Olympic, 195; Emmett Phenix, Bremerton, 285.

Sixth — Collin Pate, North Kitsap, 106; Dominic Jones, Olympic, 132; Christopher Deascentiis, Kingston, 152; Michael Altar, Bremerton, 285.


TEAM SCORES — 4. Bremerton, 113; 14. North Kitsap, 55; 23. Klahowya, 13; 25. Kingston, 9.


First — Haley Michaelson, Bremerton, 140; Catalina Sanchez, Bremerton, 190.

Second — Holly Beaudoin, North Kitsap, 120; Elise Scrafford, North Kitsap, 135; Evelyn Taylor, Bremerton, 235.

Third — Leslie Espinosa, Olympic, 170; Annabelle Moden, Olympic, 190.

Fifth — Arynee Geier, Bremerton, 130.

Sixth — Lana Parco, Klahowya, 140; Dayonna Hall, Bremerton, 155.


OLYMPIA — Micha Lamb won by fall in just 39 seconds over Alex Gettle of Gig Harbor in the 220 finals to become Central Kitsap’s lone league champion at the 3A South Sound Conference Tournament.

The Cougars also had Conrad Bellon in the 106 finals, but he fell 5-2 to Jeffery Myers of Yelm.

At the Region 2 girls sub-regional, Madeline McKee finished second at 110 after losing by fall in 53 seconds to Kenzie Cormier of Enumclaw. Naelani Carter-Rasor took fourth at 145.

TEAM SCORES — 1. Yelm, 441.5; 2. Peninsula, 270; 3. Shelton, 180.5; 4. Gig Harbor, 174.5; 5. Central Kitsap, 150; 6. Timberline, 137; 7. North Thurston, 107.5; 8. Capital, 52.


First — Micah Lamb, Central Kitsap, 220.

Second — Conrad Bellon, Central Kitsap, 106.

Third — Ethan Diego, Central Kitsap, 113; Gabe Back, Central Kitsap, 126; Adam Fox, Central Kitsap, 160.

Fourth — Mark McKee, Central Kitsap, 138.

Sixth — Keegan Paschal, Central Kitsap, 120; Ben Le, Central Kitsap, 170.


SILVERDALE — Klahowya played host to the West Central District III 1A Subregional tournament on Feb. 2 and ultimately placed second behind Vashon Island.

The Eagles received first place finishes from Kelton Gagnon at 106, Sage Hlebechuk at 120, Hayden Steele at 132 and Hunter Wallis at 170.

TEAM SCORES — 1. Vashon Island, 294; 2. Klahowya, 254; 3. Port Townsend, 133.5; 4. Cascade Christian, 87; 5. Bellevue Christian, 55; 6. Chimacum, 18.


First — Kelton Gagnon, Klahowya, 106; Sage Hlebechuk, Klahowya, 120; Hayden Steele, Klahowya, 132; Hunter Wallis, Klahowya, 170.

Second — Cam Johnson, Klahowya, 106; Payton Hlebechuk, Klahowya, 113; Niko Jensen, Klahowya, 132; Justin Becker, Klahowya, 145.

Third — Phil Stafford, Klahowya, 126; Elik Bucio, Klahowya, 138; Riley Farrell, Klahowya, 170; Joe Herrera, Klahowya, 195.

Fourth — Wyatt Horne, Klahowya, 120; Max Garvey, Klahowya, 138; Devin Smith, Klahowya, 182.

Fifth — Pat Stricker, Klahowya, 113; Owen Coombs, Klahowya, 126; Dylan Chandler, Klahowya, 160.

Sixth — Brandon Williamson, Klahowya, 145; Preston Stahl, Klahowya, 152.

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                                Xavier Eaglin was one of South Kitsap’s two first-place finishers at the SPSL 4A championship meet.

Mark Krulish/Kitsap News Group Xavier Eaglin was one of South Kitsap’s two first-place finishers at the SPSL 4A championship meet.

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