Seward Kings of the Mountain announced

Seward Kings of the Mountain announced

The King of the Mountain Duals were held Friday and Saturday in Seward.

The duals portion of the tournament was designed to get wrestlers as many matches as possible, with wrestlers sometimes changing teams if that’s what it took to get a good matchup.

After all the duals, the best two wrestlers in each weight class squared off for King of the Mountain titles. In some weight classes without as many wrestlers, the King of the Mountain title was already determined after the duals.

The winners of the King of the Mountain titles follow:

King of the Mountain finals

125-130 girls — Jesse Merrick, Houston, p. Olivia Easley, Kenai, 0:56; 152 girls — Amanda Wylie, Soldotna; 103 boys — Landon Smith, Bethel; 112 boys — Caleb O’Hara, ACS; 119 boys — Jordan Korth, Glennallen, def. Weston Slatter, Su-Valley, 2-1; 125 boys — Maxim Kusnetsov, Voznesenka, m.d. Matt Bohlman, ACS, 16-8; 130 boys — Gideon Hutchison, Soldotna, p. Blaine Henning, Unalakleet, 5:27; 135 boys — August Jewell, Cordova, p. Jackson Reger, Grace Christian, 0:22; 140 boys — Dustin Ruckman, Unalakleet, def. Moses Korth, Glennallen, 5-1; 145 boys — Aengus Bancroft, Glennallen, p. Alexander Esnardo, Unalakleet, 3:42; 152 boys — Denis Taylor, Soldotna, def. AJ Woodfork, Glacier View, 17-13; 160 boys — Gabe Martin, Grace, def. Tucker Vann, Kenai, 6-4; 171 boys — Anthony Kalugin, Voznesenka, def. Elliot Merriner, Grace, 6-4; 189 boys — Caden Berlach, Glennallen, p. David Johnson, Su-Valley, 0:36; 215 boys — Seth Henning, Unalakleet, m.d. Max Rogers, Soldotna, 11-2; Heavyweight — Aaron Faletoi, Soldotna.

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