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Wolves take care of business at home
Josiah Kipperberg, Brandon Kelly and Brent Chriswell each claimed individual titles while the South Kitsap wrestling team cruised to the team title in its own tournament Saturday, winning the South Kitsap Invitational.
The Wolves scored 199 points while Peninsula was second at 174.5 and Kentlake took third with 166.5.
Kipperberg won the 103-pound title with a first-round pin of Kentlakes Jon Sanflippo while Chriswell took the 171-pound division with a 5-3 decision over Evergreens Justin Schuele. Kelly was awarded the 135-pound title after being illegally slammed.
The Wolves had six wrestlers make the finals as they grabbed their second tourney title of the year. Daniel Mazuti, Lenny Schwartz and Kyle Saltsgaver all placed second.
South faces North Kitsap Tuesday in a dual match before hosting Olympia Thursday in the Narrows League Dual Match cross-over Championship.
South Kitsap Invitational
1. South Kitsap 199; 2. Peninsula 174.5; 3. Kentlake 166.5; 4. Evergreen 150; 5. Olympia 145.5; 6. Sumner 124; 7. North Kitsap 73; 8. Central Kitsap 37.5
103-pounds Josiah Kipperberg (SK) p. Jon Sanflippo (K) 1:30
112 Josh Brodie (O) p. Michael Haas (P) 2:30
119 Shane Martin (O) d. Perry Garrison (S) 6-4
125 Spohath Heang (O) d. Matt Lowry (E) 5-0
130 Andy Wray (K) d. Daniel Mazuti (SK)-non scorer 10-3
135 Brandon Kelly (SK) injury default Tony Underwood (P)
140 Taylor Johnson (K) d. JG McCall (P) 3-0
145 Matt Haas (P) d. Jordan Alberts (E) 8-3
152 Nate Nove (P) d. Jesse Stokke (K) 9-2
160 Jake Friedman (P) p. Cory Bast (NK) 3:58
171 Brent Chriswell (SK) d. Justin Schuele (E) 5-3
189 Joseh Silverman (O) d. Lenny Schwartz (SK) 5-1
215 Kyle Rable (E) md. Kyle Salsgaver (SK) 11-2
275 Tyler Wooldridge (E) d. Josh Menck (K) 13-6
Other South Kitsap placers: Kurtis Fenton (103) fourth place-non scorer; Robbie Luder (112) fourth place; Javan Miner (125) third place; Garrett Lyman (130) third place; Chris Hogan (140) third place; Brady Winslow (145) fourth place; Steve Medina (152) fourth place; Orry Perez (160) fifth place; Tony Duarte (275) fourth place.