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Ford McKinnis wins Don York heavyweight title, Sandy girls swimmers beat Reynolds

JIM BESEDA - Sandys Isaiah Shideler absorbs an attack from Hood Rivers Chad Muenzer during the 138-pound title bout at the Don York Invitational.

Sandy wrestlers drop dual to Reynolds

Sandy's wrestling team dropped a 46-36 decision to unbeaten Reynolds last Thursday.

The Pioneers found themselves within four points in the team tally after Mikey Platz scored a first-period pin at 182 pounds, but Reynolds responded with back-to-back quick falls of its own to wrap up the team dual.

Sandy's Isaiah Shideler had the quickest pin of the night in 42 seconds at 145 pounds, while teammates Caleb Hawkes (132) and Michael Castagnola (160) also flattened their opponents.

The teams split forfeits at four weight classes.

Sandy's Ford McKinnis won the heavyweight title at the Don York Invitational, needing barely two minutes to dispatch his first three opponents by fall. He scored a 4-2 decision in the semifinals and pinned Gladstone's Josh Heywood in 47 seconds in the title bout.

Teammate Isaiah Shideler reached the 138-pound championship bout before falling 12-7 to Hood River's Chad Muenzer. Shideler picked up three first-period pins earlier in his bracket, along with a 20-4 technical fall and a forfeit in the semifinals.

Sandy girls pick up league win over Reynolds

The Sandy girls swim team scored a 72-32 dual win over Reynolds last Thursday, led by Hannah Schumacher with wins in the 50-yard freestyle (30.33) and 100 free (1:06.01). Sandy also outscored Reynolds 22-6 in the two relays that were contested in the girls meet.

The Sandy boys dropped a 90-68 decision with Barry Eaton winning the 200 free (2:14.84) and 500 free (6:10.82), while Brayden Kato was first in the 200 medley (2:24.04) and backstroke (1:04.52).


These recaps are slated for our Jan. 15, print edition.


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