Homer nabs Round Robin Rumble championship

Homer nabs Round Robin Rumble championship

  • By Staff Report
  • Sunday, October 22, 2017 1:20am
  • Sports

The Homer wrestling team had eight individual champions in winning its own Homer Round Robin Rumble on Saturday at Homer High School.

The Mariners scored 155.5 points, while runner-up Soldotna had 102. Also from the Kenai Peninsula, Kenai Central was third with 98, Nikiski was fifth with 60 and Voznesenka was sixth with 51.5.

The individual champs for the Mariners were Seth Inama at 120 pounds, Wayne Newman at 126, Luciano Fasulo at 132, Chris Cudaback at 170, Tristen Cook at 182, Levi King at 195, Kyle Wells at 220 and McKenzie Cook at girls 152.

The Stars claimed a pair of individual championships, with Bechler Metcalf winning at 152 and Sean Babbitt taking the title at 160.

Dia Martishev of Voznesenka and Brandon Kroto of Kenai Central were the final Kenai Peninsula wrestlers to score a title.

Seward grapplers finish seventh in Valdez

The Seward wrestling team finished seventh at the Throw Down in Snow Town on Saturday in Valdez. Wasilla won with 171.5 points, while the Seahawks finished with 88.

Seward was led by three runner-up finishes. Clay Petersen lost in the 106 title match by major decision to James Paris of Redington, Cole Norcross lost in the 120 title match after getting pinned by Wasilla’s Wesley Fraker, and Collin Mullaly lost in the 126 title match after getting pinned by Delta’s Jason Montes.

Editor’s note: This story has been changed to add that Kenai Central’s Brandon Kroto won a title.

Homer Round Robin Rumble


at Homer High School

Team scores: 1. Homer, 155.5; 2. Soldotna, 102.0; 3. Kenai Central, 98; 4. Kodiak, 81; 5. Nikiski, 60; 6. Voznesenka, 51.5; 7. Susitna Valley, 21.

Individual results

106 — 1. Justine Asuncion, Kod; 2. Logan Craig, Sol; 3. Daniel Padilla, Kod.

120 — 1. Seth Inama, Hom; 2. Maxim Kusnetsov, Voz; 3. Seth Segura, Ken; 4. Ben Booth, Sol; 5. Noah Blackmon, Kod.

126 — 1. Wayne Newman, Hom; 2. Gideon Hutchison, Sol; 3. Troy Gilbert, Ken; 4. Alex Moseley, Hom; 5. Tristen Klier, Kod; 6. Austin Escott, Sol; 7. Mina Cavasos, Hom.

132 — 1. Luciano Fasulo, Hom; 2. Sammy Baker, Ken; 3. Mason Payne, Nik; 4. Riley Birbilis, Kod; 5. Keaton Logston, Ken; 6. Madison Worth, Sol; 7. Vydell Baker, Sol.

138 — 1. Dia Martishev, Voz; 2. Mose Hayes, Hom; 3. Justin Cox, Nik; 4. Tucker Vann, Ken; 5. Simon Swanson, Kod.

145 — 1. Brandon Kroto, Ken; 2. Aiden Willets, Sol; 3. Prokohpy Konev, Voz; 4. Malcolm Yerkes, Nik; 5. Emily Lorring, Kod; 6. Eli Kniaziowski, Kod.

152 — 1. Bechler Metcalf, Sol; 2. Gabriel Nummer, Kod; 3. Koleman McCaughey, Nik; 4. Donovan Smith, Nik.

160 — 1. Sean Babbitt, Sol; 2. James Goodman, Kod; 3. Kaden McKibben, Ken; 4. Dalton Pinard, SuV.

170 — 1. Chris Cudaback, Hom; 2. Anthony Kalugin, Voz; 3. Hudson Metcalf, Sol; 4. Levi Wahl, Sol.

182 — 1. Tristen Cook, Hom; 2. Aiden Jolley, SuV; 3. John Grossl, Ken; 4. Dylan Parker, Kod.

195 — 1. Levi King, Hom; 2. Byron Dunham, Ken; 3. Seth Kruse, Ken; 4. Alex Miller, Hom; 5. Brad Chaffee, Ken; 6. Aidan Skura, Sol.

220 — 1. Kyle Wells, Hom; 2. Tyler Litke, Nik; 3. Christopher Wesolowski, Kod; 4. Joshua Miguel, Kod; 5. Eli Floyd, Sol; 6. David Johnston, SuV; 7. Daniel Gonzalez, Ken.

285 — 1. Joshua Smith, Kod; 2. Ethan Hack, Nik; 3. Jacob Grant, Ken; 4. AJ Barton, Kod; 5. Richard Brock, Hom.

Girls 152 — 1. McKenzie Cook, Hom; 2. Amanda Wylie, Sol; 3. Destiny Solomona, Sol; 4. Sierra Clark, Hom.

Homer nabs Round Robin Rumble championship
Homer nabs Round Robin Rumble championship
Homer nabs Round Robin Rumble championship

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