Olympic senior Anjelo Pangelinan won the 113 finals at the KingCo/Olympic 2A subregional on Saturday. (Mark Krulish/Kitsap News Group)

Olympic senior Anjelo Pangelinan won the 113 finals at the KingCo/Olympic 2A subregional on Saturday. (Mark Krulish/Kitsap News Group)

Wrestling subregionals: South Kitsap wins SPSL championship; Klahowya wins 1A; Olympic second in 2A

PUYALLUP — South Kitsap ran the table in the SPSL during the regular season and continued the dominance of their league foes at Saturday’s SPSL championships.

The Wolves got three first place finishes from their individual wrestlers and ended up in first place with a grand total 320 points, well ahead of Rogers (268) and Graham-Kapowsin (255).

Peyton Motter won the 106-pound weight class with a 6-1 victory over Dylan Johnson of Rogers. Mitchell Neiner took home a league title at 113 with a technical fall of Drake Thompson of Sumner and Xavier Eaglin bested Cody Bolstad of Puyallup, 6-2 at 138 pounds.

Ashton Hoyt (120), Joseph Laws (152) and Richard Nolan (220) all took home second place finishes and Logan Stafford took third at 182. Devin Easley finished fourth at 160, where Jeremiah Rendon came in one place behind in fifth. Keel Slayback took fifth at 145 and Isaac Perdue finished fifth at 120.

Brooklyn Roberts brought home a title at the girls SPSL 4A-Nisqually subregional, defeating Annika Trebilcock of Puyallup in the 120-pound weight class by pin in one minute, 19 seconds. Emilia Robles finished third at 145.

Klahowya finishes first at 1A subregional

The Eagles just edged out host Vashon Island by two points on Saturday, winning the subregional meet with 289 points.

Cameron Johnson (106), Kelton Gagnon (113) and Logan Wallis (132) all won their final matches via the pin. Nikolai Jensen won his final match thanks to a 15-2 major decision. Klahowya also had a number of second place finishes — Peyton Hlebechuk at 113; Sage Hlebechuk at 120; Wyatt Horne at 138; Dylan Chandler at 160; Hunter Wallis at 182; Joseph Herrera at 220; and Zackery Harris at 285. Logan Weaver finished third at 126.

The Klahowya girls finished fifth at the Sub-Region A meet in Spanaway. Jennifer Cabana beat Yazmin Bazail of Washington by fall in the 100 finals and Mya Young defeaeted Annalese Coakley of Lakes by pin at 110 pounds. Lana Parco took third at 145.

Olympic second, North Kitsap third, Bremerton fourth at 2A subregional

It was a tight meet all the way down to the wire, but in the end North Mason prevailed as the KingCo/Olympic Boys 2A champs for the second consecutive year.

The Bulldogs finished with 295 points, just ahead of Olympic (288), North Kitsap (224) and Bremerton (210). Kitsap teams will send a number of individual wrestlers on to next week’s regional meet.

Olympic has four subregional champs on its roster. Ira Dagsaan knocked off Carlos Rodriguez of Port Angeles 3-2 in the 106 finals. Mat Classic veteran Anjelo Pangelinan won his 113 final by fall over Izaiah Smith of North Mason. Payton Kelleher defeated Gabe Morton of North Mason at 160 and Edmond Eriz beat Seth Mann of Port Angeles at 170 by fall in the third period.

Other Trojans who qualified for regionals include Zach Waliger (fourth, 120), Tayden Toldeo (fourth, 132), D’Angelo Ignacio (second, 138), Taylor Andrews (second, 145), Ben Yost (third, 152), Alva Fauna (second, 195), and Dominic Price (third, 285).

North Kitsap brothers Nouh and Sofian Hammou both picked up subregional titles for the Vikings. Nouh pinned Fauna in 43 seconds in the 195 finals and Sofian pinned Ethan Fore of North Mason in 25 seconds at 220.

Robert Gomez took second at 132 to qualify for regionals, as did Benen Lawler (third, 120), Jonah Holmes (fourth, 126), Jordan Reece (third, 145), Adrian Cleaver (third, 160), Cache Holmes (second, 182), Jassiah Smith (fourth, 182) and Hayden Atkins (fourth, 195).

Rounding out a strong day for Kitsap was Bremerton, which received first place finishes from Logan Nickels, Josiah Sorenson and Thor Michaelson.

Nickels beat Jake Matthews of North Mason by fall in the 120 finals and Michaelson pinned Ignacio in 3:05. Sorenson accepted a forefit from teammate Michael Murray as they decided not to wrestle the 152 finals.

Also heading to regionals for the Knights are Roiel Sorenson (third, 126), Diego Clemen (third, 132) and Emmet Phenix (fourth, 285).

Miles Still qualified for Kingston, finishing fourth at 160 pounds.

At the girls subregional in Spanaway, Holly Beaudoin and Kenzie Cormier won their respective finals to help North Kitsap to a third place finish.

Beaudoin beat Olivia Hollenbeck of Bethel by fall in 1:56 and Cormier pinned Lindy Smith of Wilson in 2:25.

Makayla Beaudoin and Makayla Heymann both finished second at 105 and 130 respectively for the Vikings and Elise Scrafford took third at 135.

Annabelle Moden finished third for the Olympic girls at 190 and Alexandra Templeton took fourth at 125.

Bremerton junior Evelyn Taylor finished second at 235 and Kingston’s Christa Sindel took fifth at 155.

Central Kitsap takes third at SSC championships

Yelm lapped the competition at the South Sound Conference championship meet, finishing with 442 points. Central Kitsap turned in a nice performance, taking third place with 185 points.

Conrad Bellon defeated Ryan Babauta of Yelm, 9-6, in the 113 final to give the Cougars their only individual league title. Quentin Lawrence and Micah Lamb took second at 106 and 220 respectively. Ethan Diego and Shayne Hew-Len finished third at 120 and 138 respectively.

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