Grapplers finish fourth at tourney

  • Wednesday, December 13, 2017 9:28am
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South Whidbey’s wrestling team finished fourth out of eight teams at the Iron Sharpens Iron tournament at Bellevue Christian on Saturday, Dec. 9.

Junior Alex Turner and sophomore Kobe Balora each finished second at 182 and 195 pounds, respectively. Also placing were freshman Caleb McArthur (sixth, 132 pounds), senior Micah Tarantino (sixth, 138 pounds), junior Noah Ratcliff (sixth, 152 pounds), sophomore Dayton Birchfield (fourth, 160 pounds), freshman Magnus Nyberg (fifth, 160 pounds) and sophomore Cameron Martin (sixth, 160 pounds).

The Falcons face Archbishop Murphy and Sultan in a dual meet Thursday, Dec. 14 at Archbishop Murphy High School, followed by the Lynnwood Classic on Saturday, Dec. 16 at Lynnwood High School.

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