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SCORES Continued from page B-2 SWIMMING Boys' swimming Jan. 23 - Gig Harbor 134, Shelton 52 200-yard medley relay: 2, Luke Fiedler, Ry- der Phelan, Harrison MacAlevy and Sean Ke- aly, 1:53.12; 6, Corbett Johnson, Taylor Toney, Zach Howard and Luke Netzel, 2:05.84; 6, Jacob Schreiber, Jason Apple, Chris Frost and Drake Ready, 2:16.90 200-yard freestyle: 4, Ryder Phelan, 2:12.67; 5, Ryan Youngquist , 2:17.56; 6, Jonathan Bay, 2:27.38 200-yard individual medley: 4, Levi Vance, 2:39.96; 5, Jason Apple, 2:43.21; 6, Jacob Hellen- thai, 2:50.85 50-yard freestyle: 1, Harrison MacAlevy, 22.32; 3, Sean Kealy, 23.75; 5, Jon Netzel, 26.03 Diving: 2, Troy Krumpols, 143.30 points; 4, Jon Netzel, 130 points; 6, Zach Netzel, 118.10 points 100-yard butterfly: 4, Luke Fiedler, 1:10.00; 5, Levi Vance, 1:13.16; 6, Zack Howard, 1:14.38 100-yard freestyle: 1, Sean Kealy, 53.80; 5, Alex Brown-Garcia, 59.89; 6, Luke Netzel, 1:02.37 500-yard freestyle: 4, Ryan Youngquist, 5, Jon- athan Bay, 7:15.30; 6, Jacob Hellenthal, 7:25.43 200-yard freestyle: 3, Jon Netzel, Levi Vance, Alex Brown-Garcia and Corbett Johnson, 1:45.82; 5, Jacob Hellenthal, Luke Netzel, Zach Net- zel and Ryan Youngquist, 1:52.49; 6, Jonathan Bay, Troy Krumpols, Rian Wakeling and Connor O'Keefe, 2:00.01 100-yard backstroke: 2, Harrison MacAlevy, 57.04; 4, Luke Fiedler, 1:07.12; 6, Jacob Sch- reiber, 1:20.61 100-yard breaststroke: 4 Ryder Phelan, 1:14.79; 5, Taylor Toney, 1:20.80; 6, Jason Apple, 1:21.62 400-yard freestyle relay: 3, Harrison MacA- levy, Sean Kealy, Levi Vance and Ryder Phelan, 3:43.13; 5, Ryan Youngquist, Corbett Johnson, Alex Brown-Garcia and Luke Fiedler, 4:18.34; 6, Jonathan Bay, Taylor Toney, Zach Howard and Jason Apple, 4:24.73 BOWLING Shelton Friday -- Shelton at 3A Narrows League Tournament 1, Caitlyn Borys, 117, 175, 161; 2, Adreanna Equihua-Torres, 139, 159, 121; 3, Lina Krnic, 112, 135, 140; 4, Kayla Girardin, 145, 91, 119 North Mason Friday -- North Mason at 2A Olympic League Tournament 1, Shaniya Brannon, 150, 144, 90 POWERLIFTING Shelton Boys Jan. 18 - Shelton at White River Invite Teams: 1, Shelton, 46; 2, Montesano, 34; 3, White River, 28; 4, Newport, 25; 5, North Beach, 16; 6, Scappoose, 15; 7, Elma, 14; 8, Northwest Christian, 11; 9, Royal, 6; 10, Snohomish, 4 Placers: 123: 1, Jayton Rasmusson, 750 (265, 175,310); 4, Alex Rasmusson; 500 (185,105, 210). 132: 1, Jayden Micas, 905 (315, 240, 350). 148: 6, Chris Schwison, 750 (245, 180, 325); 7, Brady Jones, 735 (235, 155, 345). 181: 1, Kris Woods, 1,145 (405, 285, 455); 2, Gordon Henry, 1,020 (345, 245, 430); 5, Mitchell Johnson, 905 (315, 175, 415); 8, Nolan Coker, 705 (245, 145, 315). 198: 12, Dylan Wojcik, 550 (170, 135, 245). 220: 2, Daniel Diaz, 1,210 (500, 275, 435); 3, Trys'tan Leoppard, 1,180 (410, 265, 505). 242: 3, Kalob Morin, 1,180 (435, 245, 500); 6, Cody Nacht, 965 (340, 200, 425). Girls Teams: 1, Montesano, 48; 2, White River, 38; 3, North Beach, 26; 4, Scappoose, 9; 5 (tie), Shel- ton, Northwest Christian, 5 Placers: 105: 2, Felisity Brush, 345 (105, 85, 155). Climbers take down Falcons By EMILY HANSON emily@masoncounty.cora Rudy Mackiewicz didn't expect his match to go beyond the first round. The Shelton senior wrestled at 170 pounds Jan. 23 during the Highclimbers' senior night home match in the Mini Dome, winning by pin after 5 minutes, 25.5 seconds. "I was expecting my match to go a lot faster," said Mackiewicz, a first-year wrestler. "But (Foss's An- thony Nguyen) put UP a good fight and took it to the third round." Shelton defeated Foss 42-25. Mackiewicz earned the only of- fensive points in the first period with a takedown and a two-point nearfall. He was penalized twice for locking hands, awarding Nguyen one point each time. Nguyen narrowed Mackiewicz's lead in the second period, earning two escapes while Mackiewicz add- ing another takedown. Mackiewicz had a 6-4 lead head- ing into the third period. After earning two escapes, two takedowns and a three-point near- fall, Mackiewicz ended the match with 34.5 seconds remaining when he pinned Nguyen. "I got lucky and used a good tech- nique," he said. Head coach Chris Lacy said he was happy to see the Shelton se- niors wrestle so well at their final home match. Three other seniors competed in the match. Wrestling for the girls at 124 pounds, senior Kaitlin Woods earned an 11-1 major decision vic- tory. Although senior Jesus Jimenez (182) lost by pin at 3:15, Lacy said he showed a lot of improvement. Shelton's final senior wrestler was Byambasuren Delgersaikhan at 145. He received a forfeit for the Journal pfioto by Emily Hanson Wrestling at 170 pounds, Shelton senior Rudy Mackiewicz pins Foss' Anthony Nguyen on Jan. 23 during the Highclimbers' home match in the Mini Dome. match, but defeated Foss' Nick Bur- ton in an exhibition match. "I wish we'd had more matches," Lacy said. "As a team, this is the most beat up I've ever seen. A lot of people are out with pretty serious stuff." Shelton forfeited the 106 and 195 weight classes, while less expe- rienced wrestlers competed at 132, 220 and 285. Lacy said the best matches of the night came from sophomore Riley Rifle at 113, Woods and Mackie- wicz. Rifle pinned Wascar Carpio at 5:14. Lacy admired how Mackiewicz approaches the sport. "He's having fun, (is) competitive and a lot of fun to coach," Lacy said. Many of Shelton's points came from Foss forfeits. Sophomore Ca- leb Ragsdale (120), senior Gill Ra- mos (126) and sophomore Matt Mal- loy (220) each received forfeits. The Highclimbers also earned six points from sophomore Ty Lar- riva pinning Mike Davis at 132 pounds in 5:02. Shelton's final regular season match against Stadium -- sched- uled for Jan. 30 -- was canceled be- cause Stadium didn't have enough wrestlers. Because the postseason doesn't begin until the weekend of Feb. 7, Lacy said this gives Shelton two weeks of training and recuperation time. THURSDAY North Mason wrestling vs. Sequim at 6 p.m. FRIDAY Mary M. Knight basket- ball vs. Lake Quinault. Junior varsity boys at 4:30 p.m. with varsity girls at 6 p.m. and varsity boys to follow. Shelton junior var- sity girls' basketball at 5:15 p.m. at North Thurston. Shelton junior varsity boys' basketball vs. North Thurston at 5:15 p.m. in the Mini Dome. North Mason junior var- sity boys' basketball at 5:15 p.m. at Olympic. North Mason junior var- SPORTS CALENDAR sity girls' basketball vs. Olympic at 5:15 p.m. Shelton varsity girls' bas' ketball at 7 p.m. at North Thurston. Shelton varsity boys' basketball vs. North Thurston at 7 p.m. in the Mini Dome. Broadcast on KMAS 1030AM, 104.1 FM radio. North Mason varsity boys' basketball at 7 p.m. at Olympic. North Mason varsity girls' basketball vs. Olympic at 7 p.m. SATURDAY Mary M. Knight basketball at Wishkah. Varsity girls at 5:45 p.m. with varsity boys to follow. MONDAY Shelton junior varsity girls' basketball at 5:45 p.m. at Capital. Shelton varsity girls' basketball at 7:30 p.m. at Capital TUESDAY Mary M. Knight basketball at Lake Quinault. Junior varsity boys at 4:30 p.m. with varsity girls at 6 p.m. and varsity boys to follow. WEDNESDAY Shelton junior varsity girls' basketball vs. Lin- coln at 5:15 p.m. in the Mini Dome. Sheiton junior varsity boys' basketball at 5H 5 p.m. at Lincoln. North Mason junior var- sity boys' basketball vs. Kingston at 5:15 p.m. North Mason junior varsi- ty girls' basketball at 5:15 p.m. at Kingston. Shelton varsity girls' bas- ketball vs. Lincoln at 7 p.m. in the Mini Dome. Broad- cast on KMAS 1030 AM, 104.1 FM radio. Shelton varsity boys, bas- ketball at 7 p.m. at Lincoln. North Mason varsity boys' basketball vs. Kingston at 7 p.m. North Mason varsity girls' basketball at 7 p.m. at Kingston. 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