Southgate wrestlers dominate at Cougar Invite in Duncan

The Southgate team placed second overall in the Junior Division with Phoenix (Junior Team) and Timberline (Senior Team) each placing sixth.

A total of 21 Junior and six Senior wrestlers attended the annual Cougar Invitational Saturday in Duncan.

The Southgate team placed second overall in the Junior Division with Phoenix (Junior Team) and Timberline (Senior Team) each placing sixth.

Gold Medal results were turned in by:

From Southgate:  Brooke Guindon (57kg),  Conlan Foy (41kg), Chris Klatt (54kg) and Dawson McKay (L Hwt);  Megan Nuttall (54kg)  and Mike Herman (Male Pool 2) from Phoenix;

Silver Medals went to Phoenix wrestler Ali McPhee (64kg), and to Southgate’s  Austin Donaldson (54kg). Phoenix Bronze Medalists were Sara Allen (40kg), Aden Lovely (43kg),  Ally Cyr (47kg), Savannah Pare (60kg), Wyatt Huggins (45kg) and Alex Jinda (70kg).

Southgate’s sole Bronze Medal went to Amanda Anderson (54 kg).

Other Junior Results:

Southgate wrestlers Carlton Taylor, 4th (51kg) and  Alex Nguyen, 4th (60kg).

Phoenix wrestlers Kristine Osachuck , 4th (51kg), Gena Bannerman 6th (54kg), Peter Levac, 6th (38kg), and Petro Kindy-Olsen 4th (66kg).

Fewer entrants meant tougher weight categories for the Senior division yet Gold Medals were awarded to Timberline’s Ashley Osachuck  and Brett Nelson both of whom were also named Tournament Outstanding Wrestler.

A single Silver Medal went to Justin Allard and  Cory Cossenas placed 6th  in their weight pools.

Carihi’s Olivia Carter  and Tennesse Anderson both finished with Bronze Medals in their weight pools.

Phoenix hosted a Middle School Dual meet yesterday and several mat veterans will be attending the Simon Fraser Elite War on the Floor at SFU today.

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