Nikiski, Homer win dual meets

  • By Staff reports
  • Thursday, November 12, 2015 11:51pm
  • Sports

Homer and Nikiski warmed up for today and Saturday’s Peninsula Duals with dual meets Thursday.

The host Mariners topped Kodiak in a dual 60-24, while the Bulldogs topped Anchorage Christian Schools 51-36.

Mariners 60, Bears 24

182 — Wyatt Alborn, Hom, won by forfeit; 195 — Levi King, Hom, p. Frankie Guevara, 3:16; 220 — Hunter Bigley, Kod, won by forfeit; 285 — Jadin Mann, Hom, p. Josh Smith, 1:51; 98 — Wayne Newman, Hom, won by forfeit; 106 — Seth Inama, Hom, p. Eian Valdez, 1:12; 113 — Krystal Fabricante, Kod, p. Ian Stovall, 3:09; 120 — Luciano Fasulo, Hom, dec. Russel Delacruz, 8-5; 126 — Shaun Walton, Kod, won by forfeit; 132 — Jared Brant, Hom, dec. Josh Nummer, 5-4; 138 — Scott Larionoff, Kod, p. McKenzie Cook, 1:16; 145 — Jaime Rios, Hom, p. Kaleb Finley, 5:53; 152 — Timmy Woo, Hom, p. Gabe Nummer, 5:42; 160 — Chris Cudabeck, Hom, p. Weston Mayberry, 2:56; 170 — Tristen Cook, Hom, p. Derek Rastopsoff, 2:46.

Bulldogs 51, Lions 36

152 — Joel Hofacker, ACS, won by forfeit; 160 — William Lynch, Nik, t.f. Brett Dickerson, 4:20; 170 — Nathan Carstens, Nik, p. Colter Deville, 0:43; 182 — Dylan Broussard, Nik, m.d. Grant Nicholson, 15-7; 195 — Dakota Hupp, Nik, won by forfeit; 220 — Tyler Litke, Nik, won by forfeit; 285 — Luke Johnson, Nik, won by forfeit; 98 — Isaac Guillermo, ACS, won by forfeit; 106 — Malcolm Yerkes, Nik, won by forfeit; 113 — Gabe Smith, Nik, won by forfeit; 120 — Ethan Martin, ACS, p. Landon Burleson, 1:03; 126 — Donovan Smith, Nik, p. Ryan Reed, 2:35; 132 — Braxton Donahey, ACS, won by forfeit; 138 — Collin Smallwood, ACS, won by forfeit; 145 — Ben Sobek, ACS, p. Matthew Hollinger, 6:00.

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