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Inglemoor loses by two against Issaquah | Prep wrestling

The Inglemoor High School wrestling team lost by just two points to Issaquah Wednesday, 36-4, despite dominating the heavier weight classes.

The Eagles managed to win the first three weight-class matches of the night, including a 21 second pin at 113 pounds.

But Oscar Leon-Nogales got the Vikings rolling with a 13-4 victory at 126 pounds. Issaquah won the next two matches before Riley Seward earned a pin at the 5:42 mark of the 145-pound match. The Vikings would go on to win four of the next five matches.

Inglemoor wrestler Dean Patrick pinned his opponent during the first round (1:29) of the 170-pound match. In the 182-pound weight class, Eddie Sjoquiest also pinned his opponent during the first round (1:31). Ty Utton wasted no time earning a 16 second pin at 195 pounds.

Heavy weight Mike Milcarek narrowly defeated his opponent before the end of the second round expired (3:59).

 

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