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Noah Koyama, Dylan Dalgord lead Union boys to third place in 4A Region 3 tournament

Noah Koyama, Dylan Dalgord lead Union boys to third place in 4A Region 3 tournament

By , Columbian Assistant Sports Editor
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Noah Koyama and Dylan Dalgord won regional titles as Union advanced six wrestlers onto state and place third in the team standings at the Class 4A Region 3 wrestling meet at Curtis High School in University Place.

Union scored 132 points to finish behind South Kitsap (166.5) and Graham-Kapowsin (158.5). Skyview placed five and Camas was sixth.

Koyama defeated Erik Morales Toro of Graham-Kapowsin 6-0 in the final at 113 pounds. Dalgord defeated Stone Hartford of South Kitsap 4-2 in overtime to win at 120 pounds.

Skyview got regional titles from Owen Pritchard at 132 pounds and Jon Schoenlein at 160 pounds. Pritchard beat Kai Calhoun of South Kitsap 8-1 in his final, while Schoenlein beat Ben Laws of South Kitsap 8-5.

Gunner Henderson of Battle Ground won the 145-pound title with a forfeit win over Elijah Cassidy of Union. Camas’ Elliot Scott won the 195-pound division with 5-1 win over Calvin McDonald of Rogers-Puyallup.

4A REGION 3 MEET

At Curtis HS, University Place

Team scores — 1, South Kitsap 166.5; 2, Graham-Kapowsin 158.5; 3, Union 132. Also: 5, Skyview 109; 6, Camas 89; 10, Battle Ground 51.

Local state qualifiers

113 — 1, Noah Koyama (Union); 120 — 1, Dylan Dalgord (Union); 4, Kyler Nelson (Skyview); 126 — 2, Spencer Needham (Union); 3, Jordin Jimenez (Union); 132 — 1, Owen Pritchard (Skyview); 3, William Gomez (Skyview); 138 — 2, Armando Nicacio (Union); 3, Devin Padilla (Camas). 145 — Gunnar Henderson (Battle Ground); 2, Elijah Cassidy (Union); 152 — 3, Andrew Webber (Camas); 160 — 1, Jon Schoenlein (Skyview); 170 — 3, Noah Cardenas (Skyview); 182 — 4, Lorenzo Gunn (Skyview); 195 — 1, Elliot Scott (Camas); 4, Owen Wann (Battle Ground); 285 — 3, Ameer Shaeen (Camas).

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