11 Falcons place at BC / Wrestling

Eleven Falcons placed in the top six and the South Whidbey High School wrestling team finished third at the 10-team Bellevue Christian Invitational Saturday, Dec. 8.

All 11 Falcon placers were underclassmen, led by sophomore Drew Aposhyan (126 pounds), junior Aiden Coleman (182) and freshman Sequoia Durham (195), who took second in their respective weight classes.

Freshman Eden Batiste (145) and junior Dayton Birchfield (160) collected thirds.

The Balora brothers, junior Kobe (220) and freshman Zain (285), each finished fourth.

Freshman Kai Fawcett (138) and junior Caleb McArthur (145) took fifth; and sophomores Brodie Hezel (160) and Magnus Nyberg (182) were sixth.

The Falcons “wrestled great,” according to coach Robbie Bozin.

South Whidbey now travels to the Lynnwood Classic at 9:30 a.m. Saturday, Dec. 15.

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