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Small school wrestling: Castle Rock’s Skylar Ammons wins regional title

By , Columbian Assistant Sports Editor
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Castle Rock’s Skylar Ammons was the lone local champion at the Class 1A regional wrestling meet in Hoquiam.

Ammons wins at 106 pounds helped Castle Rock placed fourth in the team standings. The Rockets qualified eight wrestler for state.

Runner-up finishes by Austin Mattson at 160 and Lane Roberts at 220 pounds led La Center’s team of eight state qualifiers.

At the 2B/1B regional at Adna, wins by Ian Campbell at 138 and Abram Foreman at 160 led Kalama to a runner-up finish. Stevenson’s Solomon Mahoney (132) and Gavin Gantner (182) had runner-up finishes.

1A REGION 1 MEET

At Hoquiam HS

Team scores — 1, Blaine 187; 2, Eatonville 186.5; 3, Mount Baker 185.5; Also: 4, Castle Rock 184; 6, La Center 146; 17, Columbia-White Salmon 28; 19, King’s Way Christian 26; 20, Seton Catholic 25.

Local state qualifiers

106 — 1, Skylar Ammons (Castle Rock); 3, Landon Fulton (Castle Rock); 113 — 2, Aidan Watson (La Center); 4, Thurston Lewis (La Center); 120 — 3, Malachi Wallway (La Center); 6, Travis Molden (Castle Rock); 126 — 2, Landon Ramos (Castle Rock); 3, Amann Au (Seton Catholic); 138 — 3, Asa Hamer (Castle Rock); 4, Ian Burton (Castle Rock); 152 — 5, Michael Richey (La Center); 160 — 2, Austin Mattson (La Center); 170 — Spencer Muehlbauer (Columbia); 182 — 3, Wyatt Eiiseland (La Center); 4, Jasper Armstrong (King’s Way Christian); 195 — 4, Gage Cayan (Castle Rock); 6, Ethan Sands (Castle Rock); 220 — 2, Lane Roberts (La Center).

2B/1B REGION 1 MEET

At Adna HS

Team scores — 1, Forks 215.5; 2, Kalama 125; 3, Darrington 80.5; Also: 4, Stevenson 80.

Local state qualifiers

132 — 2, Solomon Mahoney (Stevenson); 138 — 1, Ian Campbell (Kalama); 160 — 1, Abram Foreman (Kalama); 182 — 2, Gavin Gantner (Stevenson); 3, Marcus Beck (Kalama); 285 — 3, Seth Hoseney (Kalama).

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