Junior Ian Crouch battled back from a knee injury and recorded 3 first period pins at the Foster Tournament. None of his three opponents could match the aggressiveness and intensity that the junior brought to the match as he dominated all three matches.
Senior Captain Jordan McCaslin fought his way to a 3rd place finish at the roughed Auburn Mountainview tournament. Jordan finished the tournament with a 3-1 record and had 2 pins along the way which brings his season total to 15 pins.
Senior Captain Collin Ehret had decisive wins during our dual meet against Redmond and Garfield. He posted an impressive 13-2 Major Decision win against his Redmond opponent and pinned his Garfield foe in 3:43. Additionally, he went 3-1 with 1 pin to place 3rd at the Liberty tournament.
Junior Tyler White came back from vacation and placed 3rd at the Eastside Catholic Tournament. He made it to the semi-final round but lost to the number one seed and eventual tournament champion from O’dea in a hard fought 6-0 decision. Along the way Tyler had 2 pins and one decision.
We welcomed back Sophomore Sean McAlhaney in our dual meet against Eastlake HS and he did not disappoint. He fought off nerves and a tough Eastlake opponent in route to a pin and helping Skyline win the team dual meet. He then attended the Shelton tournament and had a very respectable 3rd place finish with one pin and one decision.
Jo Tono started off his week with a tough loss to a very good Issaquah wrestler, however, he rebounded well as he finished the week by winning 5 matches in a row. He was dominant in his First Place finish at the Decatur tournament as he had two pins and one technical fall. He had a total of 1 point scored against him in the tournament.
Senior captain Jordan McCaslin went 3-1 during this tournament as well and in doing so pinned last years 8th place 3A state 160 placer. His lone loss was due to an injury default.
Freshman Tristan Steciw went 4-0 with 2 pins and 2 forfeits at our own "Clash of the Classes" tournament to start his high school career. He pinned both of his opponents in the first period.