By Al Camp
OMAK – The Omak High School wrestling team bid goodbye to its lone senior, Sammy Trudeaux, in a big way Jan. 24.
The Pioneers spotted Brewster 24 points – three forfeits and a pin by Raf Varelas – before winning the remaining matches for a 48-24 team victory.
Also honored during senior night was stats keeper Brooklyn Velasco.
Omak 48, Brewster 24
106 – Javoni Barrios, Brew., by forfeit. 113 – Elvis Montiel, Brew., by forfeit. 120 – Brandon Medina, Brew., by forfeit. 126 – Double forfeit. 132 – Raf Varelas, Brew., p. Danny Gomez-Pacheco, Omak, 5:13. 138 – Gerald Sam, Omak, by forfeit. 145 – Alex Aguilar, Omak, t.f. Omar Castro, Brew., 18-3.
152 – Sammy Trudeaux, Omak, m.d. Oscar Roa, Brew, 9-1. 160 – Caleb Riggle, Omak, by forfeit. 170 – Cody Harvill, Omak, p. Silas Smith, Brew., :59. 182 – Rowdy Kruse, Omak, d. Kevin Isidro, Brew., 10-4. 195 – Jaden Peterson, Omak, by forfeit. 220 – Jacob Cutrell, Omak, p. Adrian Arevalo, Brew., 1:41. 285, Michael Quezada, Omak, p. Luis Huerta, Brew., 1:51.
KITTITAS - Full team and individual results were not available last week for the Coyote Classic wrestling tournament held Jan. 19 in Kittitas.
No. 6 state 2B Liberty Bell edged No. 1 state-ranked Kittitas, 139-134.5.
It was the first time the Coyotes had not won their own tournament.
The Mountain Lions finished with five champions.
Liberty Bell winners were Trent Skelton (106), Taylor Woodruff (120), Justin McMillan (126), Jacob McMillan at 132 (teammate Merritt Fink was third as a non-team scorer) and Emmett Fink at 138.
Milo Holston finished second at 145.
Omak finished third (124.5), Pateros 11th (44) and Oroville 13th (32) out of 18 teams.
Omak’s Alex Aguilar remained undefeated this season by taking the 145 crown, but just barely.
Aguilar edged Liberty Bell’s Milo Holston, 4-3, in the finals.
Also with titles for Omak were Cody Harvill at 170 and Jacob Cutrell at 195.
Other Pioneers included Sammy Trudeaux was second at 152 and Caleb Riggle was second at 160.
For Pateros, Carlos Cruz finished second at 126, Wyatt Ginter was fourth at 145 and Garrett Ginter was fourth at 152,
Oroville’s Eric Herrera was fourth at 220.