Anthony Frey highlight Spud Walley Invitational for Blaine

THE BELLINGHAM HERALDDecember 8, 2013 

Blaine's wrestling team's Anthony Frey took first in the 138-pound weight class and highlighted a number of strong finishes at the Spud Walley Invitational on Saturday, Dec. 7, in Sedro-Woolley.

"Anthony Frey was really tough," coach Craig Foster said in a phone interview. "He won a really competitive weight class."

Caleb Frey and Jon Stewart also made it to the final match in each of their respective classes. Caleb Frey competes in the 145-pound class and Stewart competes in the 160-pound class. Both wrestlers lost the final match by one point.

"It's a really tough, competitive tournament," Foster said. "We have several guys who really competed hard."

Mikey Antczak took third in the 285-pound class, which had five state medalists from a year ago in it.

With a tournament this early in the season, Foster was pleased with how his team did.

"We learned a lot about our kids," he said. "We have things to work on, which is always good. It was a really good learning experience for all of us. We realize the things we have to do to get to the next level."

Blaine next wrestles against Mount Baker and Bellingham on Wednesday, Dec. 11, at Bellingham high School.

Blaine wrestlers who placed:

106 - Stuey Raysar 4th

113 - Kyle Gonzalez 5th, Colten Economy 6th

126 - Derreck Camba 4th, Billy Dodd 5th

132 - Riley Fritsch 5th

138 - Anthony Frey 1st

145 - Caleb Frey 2nd

152 - Christian Sharp 3rd

160 - Jon Stewart 2nd

170 - Jose Contreras 4th

285 - Mikey Antczak 3rd

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