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Wednesday, February 19, 2014

Wrestling 2014-02-15 - Regional tournaments

Saturday was very successful for Oak Harbor wrestlers, as all 7 boys and 1 girl wrestler are moving on to this weekend's State Tournament at the Tacoma Dome.

In Bellingham at the girls Region 1 tournament, there were highs and lows.  On the high side, sophomore Amber Cramsey-Behnke won by pin in two of her matches and will be going on to state as the #4 seed from Region 1.

On the low side, freshman Meredith Bain, who won her first match 8-4, seriously injured her arm in the 2nd match, resulting in a pin and she had to injury default the remainder of the day.  Another Freshman, Caitlynn Woodworth injured a knee and had to default her 5th/6th place match.

Senior Desquitado and Freshman O'Brien both lost their first two matches.

Some video highlights from the girls tournament are posted HERE.

Photos from the girls tournament are HERE.

On the boys side, Christian Bertram won by pin, and won 7-1 and 16-0 to become the Region 1 champion at 113 lbs.

Both Jeremey and Jahleel Vester are also Regional champions.  Jeremy beat #1 ranked and defending state champion Matt Iwicki from Eastside Catholic 7-3 to win in the finals.  Brother Jahleel won with 2 pins and a 11-3 final match.

Junior Mark Johnston will be the #2 seed, falling 13-6 in the finals.

At 195 lbs Jacob Dugin is the #4 seed, winning twice by pin and losing twice.

Ray Quinday finished 3rd at 220 lbs, with his only loss coming to the eventual regional champion.

Finally, Jackson Constant was 2nd, losing 2-1 in the championship round.

Track this weekend's results at the WIAA website.

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