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Snohomish escapes Tomahawk wrestling
At Snohomish, the Marysville-Pilchuck wrestling team led with two matches left before falling 35-33 to the Panthers at 130 and 135 pounds.
We were very pleased with the effort. Snohomish has one of the top teams in the state this year, and we felt we could have got them. We had a very strong effort from the team, said M-P wrestling coach Craig Iversen of the narrow Dec. 6 loss. We hate to be pleased with a loss, but the effort and energy they put out that night, were definitely pleased with and hopefully next well do better next time we see them.
Iversen added that hes particularly happy with the progress of his two top weights. At 215 pounds, Tannon Hillis pinned his Snohomish opponent in the third round, a key win for the Tomahawks.
Senior Michael Pfeiff, at 285 pounds, led in points before succumbing to a pin by Panther Jake Reinhard.
Both of our ends are doing really well, Tannon Hillis and Michael Pfeiff have been having a wonderful start to the season, Iversen said. Michael lost that night, but were really excited about his progress so far and were looking forward to seeing that match again.
That rematch may take place when Snohomish visits M-P Jan. 12.
For now, Iversen said hes happy with the progress hes seeing from a relatively green team. The Tomahawks next tests include Everett which took place after the Globe went to press and at Stanwood Dec. 13.
The one versus Stanwood were very excited about. The teams know each other through camps and summer wrestling. We go to their jamboree, he said. The speed were coming along, were very satisfied with. If we keep this progress up, I think well be off to a good start.
At Snohomish H.S.
140 St. Marie (Snohomish) pinned Wallace at 1:30 of second round; 145 Garcia (Snohomish) major dec. over Madonia 11-3; 152 Johnson (M-P) def. Dellino 2-0; 160 Mead (M-P) 17-2 technical fall over Birkland; 171 Coffman (Snohomish) def. Carlton 9-6; 189 Carballo (Snohomish) pinned Roan at 1:31 of second round; 215 Hillis (M-P) pinned Britton at 34 seconds of third round; 285 Reinhard (Snohomish) pinned Pfeiff at 37 seconds of second round; 103 Robinson (M-P) pinned Lucey at 1:51 of first round; 112 Donaldson (M-P) 12-4 major dec. over Hise; 119 Blevins (M-P) pinned Machado at 1:19 of second round; 125 Burns (M-P) def. Strong 8-3; 130 Ottow (Snohomish) 21-5 technical fall over Lervold; 135 Luke Perry (Snohomish) 16-0 major dec. over Shumaker.