Sentinel Wrestlers start the season strong

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The Steilacoom High School Girls Wrestling team scored 76 points on their way to capturing fourth place out of 24 teams at the Yelm “Jump on In” Girls Classic at Yelm High School.

Katherine Meikle led the Sentinels capturing third place, while Camille Bien, Adele Tietgen, Tessa Hop and Shelby Miller placed fifth.

The Boys JV and C Teams won over 50 percent of their matches at the Kingston JV Kickoff Classic at Kingston High School and gained valuable experience that will reap big benefits down the road.

The Boys Varsity team traveled down to Aberdeen High School and racked up 172 team points, capturing the Aberdeen Kickoff Classic Team Championship. They did this without five starters in the lineup, edging second place Black Hills by 1-point as all nine wrestlers placed in the top four of their respective weight class.

The Sentinels had six wrestlers battle their way into the championship finals, claiming four individual titles and two Silver Medals.

Capturing first place titles for the Sentinels were Jared Marchant, Patrick Mendiola, John Santos and Jackson Leech, while Jordan Leech and Travis Pine placed second. Taking third place honors were Cedar Ceja and Parris Phillips and Hunter Huillet placed fourth.

Upcoming Dates:

Thursday, December 6, 2012

  • At Franklin Pierce to open SPSL 2A League Dual Meet competition. Girls/JV matches will start at 6:00 PM and Varsity will begin at 7:00 PM.

Saturday, December 8, 2012:

  • Boys Varsity Team: Wilfong Classic, at Puyallup HS, start time is 9:15 AM.
  • Girls Varsity/JV Teams: Lady Hornet Classic, at White River HS, start time is 10:00 AM.
  • Boys JV/C Teams: Franklin Pierce JV Tournament, at Franklin Pierce HS, Start time is 9:00 AM.

 

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