South Kitsap ties for first at Pacific Coast Championships

VANCOUVER — South Kitsap shared top honors this year at the Pacific Coast Championships held at Mountain View High School Dec. 28-29.

The Wolves picked up 199.5 points, putting them in a tie for first place with Kentwood.

Sophomore 126-pounder Xavier Eaglin led the charge with a championship, winning by fall over Coty Chabot of Bethel in just 41 seconds. Eaglin took third at 106 last year as a freshman.

Logan Stafford and Courtland Laha each reached the finals for South Kitsap in their respective weight classes. Stafford lost a 6-3 decision to Kaden Martin in the 182 championship match, and Laha fell to Javier Velasquez of Tigard in the 285 finals.

Jacob Laws (third, 120), Ethan Fragoso (fifth, 220), Deyondre Davis (sixth, 160), Peyton Motter (seventh, 113) and Logan McKinney (seventh, 195) also placed for the Wolves.

Olympic’s Anjelo Pangelinan finished in second at 113 pounds for the Trojans. He lost a close 8-7 decision to Wylder Kraght of Kentwood in the finals. Logan Cornell took eighth at 182 as well.

Micah Lamb was Central Kitsap’s only placer, taking seventh at 220. Lamb won over Cory Ewry of Clackamas by disqualification.

Team scores: T-1. South Kitsap, 199.5; 27. Olympic, 55; 33. Central Kitsap, 43.

Local placers

First — Xavier Eaglin, South Kitsap, 126.

Second — Anjelo Pangelinan, Olympic, 113; Logan Stafford, South Kitsap, 182; Courtland Laha, South Kitsap, 285.

Third — Jacob Laws, South Kitsap, 145.

Fifth — Ethan Fragoso, South Kitsap, 220.

Sixth — Deyondre Davis, South Kitsap, 160.

Seventh — Peyton Motter, South Kitsap, 113; Logan McKinney, South Kitsap, 195; Micah Lamb, Central Kitsap, 220.

Eighth — Logan Cornell, Olympic, 182.

— Mark Krulish is a reporter for Kitsap News Group. He can be reached at mkrulish@soundpublishing.com. Follow him on Twitter @MKrulishKDN.

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