Squalicum boys' wrestling manages two individual wins over Stanwood


Squalicum lost a home boys' wrestling match against Stanwood 63-16 on Thursday, Dec. 5, at Squalicum High School.

The Storm's Cole Welch scored an 8-0 decision over Stanwood's Blaine Halvorson for one of his team's two wins.

"Cole Welch and Jacob Bergoon had good days," Squalicum coach Russell Robinson said in a phone interview. "Cole was wrestling up a weight class and wrestled tough. He showed good leadership on the mat."

Bergoon notched Squalicum's lone pin in the match in 1 minute, 55 seconds over the Spartans' Sean Callahan.

"Bergoon is in his first year on varsity and had a good day yesterday, too," Robinson added. "He's getting better and better as a sophomore. He stepped up today and had a great match."

Squalicum's next match is at the Patriot Classic at 9:30 a.m. Saturday, Dec. 7, at Washington High School.


106: Kyle Zacharias (Stanwood) forfeit. 113: Anthony Krause (Squalicum) forfeit. 120: Glen Bennett (Stanwood) pin Zach Johnson 1:29. 126: West Weinert (Stanwood) pin Spencer Wallace 1:48. 132: Jacob Cole (Stanwood) dec Luke Jordan 4-2. 138: Nathan McLaughan (Stanwood) forfeit. 145: Kane Aylang (Stanwood) forfeit. 152: Jacob Burgoon (Squalicum) pin Sean Callahan 1:55. 160: Daulton Gilman (Stanwood) pin Carlos Hernandez 1:37. 170: Cole Welch (Squalicum) dec Blaine Halvorson 8-0. 182: Brett Wilfong (Stanwood) pin Jake Burns 0:59. 195: Anthony Ortega (Stanwood) pin Jordan Campbell 1:44. 220: Garrett Arrona (Stanwood) forfeit. 285: Roy Paracrovoch (Stanwood) forfeit.

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