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Shasta takes down Enterprise 66-22 in EAL wrestling dual

Shasta's C.J. Rosier works in his match against Enterprise's Pao Vang on Tuesday in the Eastern Athletic League dual. Rosier pinned Vang with 50 seconds left in the second period to help Shasta to a 66-22 win over the Hornets. (Photo by Aaron Williams / Shasta County Sports)

The Shasta Wolves got six pins and five forfeits to beat Enterprise 66-22 in an Eastern Athletic League dual on Wednesday at Manatowa Gymnasium.

Shasta’s Kyle Hurst wins by forfeit.

Enterprise’s Luke Valdez beat Austin Havnen by major decision, 9-1. Valdez led 5-0 after the first period with a takedown and near-fall. Havnen earned an escape point in the second period from the down position. In the third period, Valdez earned takedown and near-fall points before riding Havnen out for the remainder of the match.

The Hornets’ Matthew Naas pinned Macklin Martin at 1:06 in the first period.

Wyatt Mendenhall had built a 9-3 lead over Enterprise’s Vasily Maximov before pinning him at 1:02 in the third period. The Shasta wrestler worked tow take downs in the first period and, after a Maximov takedown in the second period, earned reversal and near-fall points.

Shasta’s C.J. Rosier pinned Pao Ge Vang at 1:10 of the second period.

Shasta’s Aaron Bailey was leading 11-0 in the second period when he ended the match with a pin of Kelvin Doyle at the 42 second-mark of the period.

Shasta’s Jerry Fournier wins by forfeit.

Enterprise’s Kye Carter built a 13-1 lead before pinning Shasta’s Wade Levens at 33 seconds of the second period.

Double forfeit

One of four matches to go to three periods, Shasta’s Jacob Ghan pinned Eli Cortinas at 31 seconds of the third. Ghan led 3-2 after the first period and 9-3 after two after earning escape, takedown and near-fall points.

The Wolves’ Brandon Thatcher pinned Abby Williams at 1:18 of the second period. Thatcher led 6-2 before the pin.

After a scoreless first period, Shasta’s Derek Lord built a 9-0 lead before earning a pin at 1:24 of the third over Isaac Vang.

Shasta’s Jacob Watt got the forfeit win.

Shasta’s Kane Stankey earned the forfeit win.

Aaron Williams has been involved in the North State sports scene for nearly two decades. He spent eight years as the Sports Editor for the local newspaper and another four more as the voice of high school football on the radio. Williams has coached various sports at the high school level over the past decade, most recently at Shasta High, and is also the public address announcer for the Shasta College football and basketball teams.


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