The Forks boys wrestling team celebrates its subregionals championship this weekend. (Forks High School)

The Forks boys wrestling team celebrates its subregionals championship this weekend. (Forks High School)

PREP WRESTLING SUBREGIONALS: Forks boys team subregional champions

KALAMA — The Forks boys wrestling team got four weight champions and finished first at the 1B/2B District 4 subregionals.

Meanwhile, for the Forks girls, Miley Blanton won a subregionals championship at 120 pounds.

The boys sent seven wrestlers into championship rounds with three Spartans finishing second in their weights. Forks tallied 262.5 points, well ahead of second-place Rainier at 176. Ilwaco was third at 146.5.

Winning championships were Jesus Garcia-Dominguez at 113 pounds, Walker Rondeau at 132 pounds, Walker Wheeler at 144 pounds and Sloan Tumaua at 285 pounds. Making it to the championship round and finishing second were Abraham Montealegre at 113 pounds (beaten in the championship match by Garcia-Dominguez), Brian Lucas at 120 pounds and Nate Dahlgren at 190 pounds.

Aiden Ivey was third at 150 pounds, while Jon Parker Jr. was fourth at 175 and Samuel Lopez-Rivera was fourth at 120.

Other Forks wrestlers who placed included:

• Landon Thomas, 138, fifth.

•Adrien Sanchez, 150, sixth.

• Mason Leinan, 165, seventh.

•Brody Owen, 126, eighth.

Forks girls sixth

HOQUIAM — The Forks girls wrestling team finished sixth at the girls subregionals with five girls placing in their weight divisions. Forks had the highest finished of any 2B school.

Leading the way was Miley Blanton at 120 pounds, who took the championship with two pins and a 6-2 decision over Emily Mallonee of W.F. West in the finals.

Peyton Johnson was third at 115 pounds, Flora Horejsi third at 105 and Natalie Horejsi third at 110. Lillianna Galeana was fifth at 110 and Riley Tjepkema earned team points at 135 pounds.

The Forks girls tallied 99 points. Winning subdistricts was W.F. West, a 2A school, with 273 points.

Sequim boys

SEQUIM — Sequim’s Cayden Beauregard won an Olympic League subregionals title at 113 pounds this weekend on his home mat.

Beauregard took the championship with three straight pins. None of his matches went into the third round.

Sequim had three other wrestlers who made it to the championship matches of their weight classes. Rylan Spelker was second at 120 pounds, making it to the third round of the championship match before he was pinned by Anthony Murphy of Bremerton. Johnny vilona was second at 126 pounds and Jayms Vilona was second at 144 pounds, also going deep into the championship match with a third-round pin by Jaxon Johnson of North Kitsap.

Sequim’s James Mason was third at 150 pounds and Ari Skov was third at 175. Brandon Bair was fourth at 106 and James Smith was fifth at 157.

Riley Downs had an especially busy day at 132 pounds, going 3-3 in his six matches and finishing sixth.

Sequim finished fifth with 171.5 points and Port Angeles was sixth with 165. North Kitsap won subregionals with 327 points.

Port Angeles

The Port Angeles boys wrestling team sent two wrestlers into the championship match of their weight classes, picking up a pair of second-place finishes.

Lukas Teague was second at 138 pounds and Oliver Martinez was second at 165.

The Roughriders had a number of other grapplers who placed. Ethan Abrams was third at 157 pounds.

Cash Coleman at 126, Cooper Nees at 138, Anthony McMahan at 144, A.J. Martinez Jr. at 175 and Quinn Messersmith at 215 pounds all finished fourth.

Jon Grubbs was fifth at 132 and Kolby Helvey was sixth at 113.

PA, Sequim girls

BELFAIR — The Port Angeles girls wrestling team got a second-place subregionals finish from Willow Harvey at 130 pounds and a third-place finish from Faye Dachs at 115 pounds.

For Sequim, Bailey Stein at 120 pounds won a match at 120 pounds with a first-round pin over Olivia Powell of Kingston.

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