WRESTLING: Sequim’s Gresli wins class at North Mason Classic

BELFAIR — Sequim’s Hayden Gresli won his division at 160 pounds at the North Mason Hawkins Memorial Classic this weekend, helping the Wolves finish sixth out of 16 teams.

Gresli’s teammates Amara Sayer (118 pounds), Kiara Pierson (140) also won their divisions in the girls’ meet Saturday. Also taking first place at the girls’ meet were Port Townsend’s Veda Dosey at 144 pounds and Brenna Franklin at 170 pounds.

The Sequim boys finished with 95 points, edging Port Angeles, which finished seventh at 87 points. Three local teams finished in the top 10 with Port Townsend taking 10th at 61 points. North Kitsap won the meet with 152.5 points.

Gresli won three matches en route to his title, one by a 3-2 decision, the semifinal by a pin and the finals with a 12-2 major decision.

Sayer, Pierson and Dosey all won their division with three straight pins. Franklin won hers with two pins.

Numerous other local wrestlers placed at the Classic. They were:

Boys

Team Scores — North Kitsap, first, 152.5; Klahowya, second, 126; Gig Harbor, third, 125.5; Tumwater, fourth, 116.5; North Mason, fifth, 98.5; Sequim, sixth, 95; Port Angeles, seventh, 87; Eatonville, eighth, 77; Evergreen/Tyee, ninth, 72; Port Townsend, 10th, 61; Central Kitsap, 11th, 60; Elma, 12th, 55; Life Christian, 13th, 42; Bremerton, 14th, 39; Stadium, 15th, 16; Kingston, 16th, 15.

Second — Adam Borde, Port Angeles, 120 pounds; Jamie Schroepfer, Sequim, 132 pounds; Carson Jackson, PA, 170 pounds; Tucker Booth, Port Townsend, 285 pounds.

Third — Daniel Basden, PA, 120 pounds; Ben Newell, Sequim, 145 pounds; Chris Puksta, Sequim, 152 pounds; Ryan Caldwell, PT, 182 pounds; Amaran Sauiluma, Sequim, 195 pounds; Kyle Caldwell, PT, 195 pounds; Bailey White, PA, 220 pounds.

Girls

Second — Karen Ensastegui, Forks, 104 pounds; Cyan Adams, PT, 123 pounds; Kalista Hill, PT, 133 pounds; Brenna King, Forks, 144 pounds; Aleah Chen, Sequim, 148 pounds.

Third — Sam Ruede, PA, 113 pounds; Emilia Nunn, PT, 118 pounds; Emily Dodson, Sequim, 123 pounds; Jamie Rogers, PT, 180 pounds.

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