Photo by Anna Frost, Homer News Kenai wrestler Keyshawn McEnerney grapples with Homer wrestler Ryan Hicks as he attempts to pin him down during a match at Homer High School on Saturday, Oct. 22.

Photo by Anna Frost, Homer News Kenai wrestler Keyshawn McEnerney grapples with Homer wrestler Ryan Hicks as he attempts to pin him down during a match at Homer High School on Saturday, Oct. 22.

Homer wrestlers take Homer Round Robin Rumble

  • By Staff Report
  • Saturday, October 22, 2016 11:43pm
  • Sports

The Homer wrestling team won the Homer Round Robin Rumble on Saturday.

The Mariners scored 238 points to run away with the tournament, while Houston was second with 134 points and Soldotna was third with 124 points. Also from the Kenai Peninsula, Kenai was fourth, Nikiski was fifth and Voznesenka was seventh.

Taking first for the Mariners were Wayne Newman at 106, Seth Inama at 113, Luciano Fasulo at 126, Mose Hayes at 132, Jared Brant at 138, Timmy Woo at 160, Tristen Cook at 182 and Kyle Wells at 195.

The Stars received championships from Gideon Hutchison at 120 and Bechler Metcalf at 152.

Nikiski’s title came from Tyler Litke at 220, while Kenai got a first from Jacob Anderson at 145. Nikit Anufriev also won at 170 for Voznesenka.

Friday, the teams got together in Homer for the Rumble Duals.

In those dual meets, Redington defeated Homer JV 33-30, Houston defeated Soldotna 43-29, Nikiski defeated Voznesenka 60-18, Homer defeated Kenai 57-6, Soldotna defeated Nikiski 49-30, Redington defeated Voznesenka 24-23, Homer defeated Soldotna 58-15, Houston defeated Kenai 54-27 and Homer’s junior varsity defeated Voznesenka 36-21.

Seward competed at the Throwdown in Snowtown in Valdez this weekend, finishing ninth with 59 points while Wasilla won with 189.

The Seahawks were led by a second-place finish from Rebekah Christenson at girls 152 and a third from Cole Norcross at 113 and Nele Hohenstien at girls 152.

Homer Round Robin Rumble

Team scores: 1. Homer, 238; 2. Houston, 134; 3. Soldotna, 124; 4. Kenai, 107; 5. Nikiski, 74; 6. Susitna Valley, 51; 7. Voznesenka, 43.5; 8. Redington, 27.

106 — 1. Wayne Newman, Hom; 2. Logan Craig, Sol; 3. Pierce Peterson, Ken; 4. Jordan Fleming, Nik; 5. Kiowa Crawford, Hou.

113 — 1. Seth Inama, Hom; 2. Seth Segura, Ken; 3. JoJo Moran, Hom; 4. Ismael Urtubey, Ken; 5. Kiah Keller, SuV.

120 — 1. Gideon Hutchison, Sol; 2. Tyler Vaughn, Ken; 3. Mason Payne, Nik; 4. Saige Paris, Red; 5. Ian Stovall, Hom; 6. Vincent Mahoney, Hou.

126 — 1. Luciano Fasulo, Hom; 2. Brayden Wolfe, Sol; 3. Jens Knutson, Hou; 4. Gabe Smith, Nik; 5. Eli Benson, Red; 6. Jessie Merrick, Hou.

132 — 1. Mose Hayes, Hom; 2. Dia Martishev, Voz; 3. Cooper Stec, SuV; 4. Damien Jessup, Hou; 5. Tyler Olsen, Nik; 6. Joe VanHout, Sol.

138 — 1. Jared Brant, Hom; 2. Colton Jones, Red; 3. Kyle Anderson, Hou; 4. Dakota Bolduc, Hou; 5. Daniel Anufriev, Voz; 6. Megan Wallace, Hou; 7. Sierra Clark, Hom.

145 — 1. Jacob Anderson, Ken; 2. Cole Bernier, Hom; 3. Josh Seidl, Hou; 4. Camron Presley, Sol; 5. McKenzie Cook, Hom.

152 — 1. Bechler Metcalf, Sol; 2. Chris Cudabeck, Hom; 3. Braeden Tennis, Sol; 4. Daniel O’Connor, Hou; 5. Donovan Smith, Nik; 6. Anthony Kalugin, Voz; 7. Damian Kerr, Hom; 8. Elijah Roberts, Hou.

160 — 1. Timmy Woo, Hom; 2. Keyshawn McEnerney, Ken; 3. Xavier Anderson, Hou; 4. Joseph Haxton, Red; 5. Ryan Hicks, Hom; 6. Anthony Melkomukov, Hom; 7. Dylan Donham, Sol.

170 — 1. Nikit Anufriev, Voz; 2. Abraham VanHout, Sol; 3. Aaden Hendrick, Hou; 4. Joseph Street, Sol.

182 — 1. Tristen Cook, Hom; 2. Byron Dunham, Ken; 3. Robert Ritter, Hou; 4. Aiden Jolley, SuV; 5. Dustin Mullins, Nik.

195 — 1. Kyle Wells, Hom; 2. Shawn Graham, Hou; 3. Dakota Hupp, Nik; 4. Elias Edwards, Hou.

220 — 1. Tyler Litke, Nik; 2. Malaki Barrett, Hou; 3. Ethan Hack, Nik.

285 — 1. Marshall Pinard, SuV; 2. Jadin Mann, Hom; 3. Dylan Jackson, Hou; 4. Richard Brock, Hom; 5. Austin Reeves, Sol; 6. Thomas Murrin, Hou; 7. David Johnston, SuV.

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