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The Three Rivers League district tournament is up next for the Timberwolf squad

The Tualatin High School wrestling team came up short in its final Three Rivers League match of the season, falling 47-23 to Canby in a TRL regular-season finale held Feb. 6 at Tualatin High School.

With the win, Canby finished the Three Rivers League dual match season with a record of 5-1, putting the Cougars in second place in the league standings. Tualatin finished up at 3-3.

The Timberwolves picked up a pair of wins by fall at the match. Tualatin junior Josiah Ingham pinned Canby's Zach Netter in a time of 3 minutes, 54 seconds in the 132-pound bout. At 152, Tualatin senior Noah Brooks defeated Tyler Hensley by fall in 3:05.

At 120, Tualatin junior Chad Kailuli got a 17-2 technical fall win over Nick Marquez. Tualatin senior Jake Reser got a 4-1 decision win over Kaden Boyd at 170. At 220, Timberwolf senior Brett Gydesen notched a 7-4 decision victory over Matthew Hagen.

Next up for Tualatin will be the Three Rivers League district tournament, which will be held Friday and Saturday at Canby High School. The top three placers in each weight class at the district tournament automatically advance to the Class 6A state tournament, which will be held Feb. 28-29 at Portland's Veterans Memorial Coliseum.

Action at the Three Rivers League district tournament is set to start at 2:30 p.m. on Friday, and at 10 a.m. on Saturday. The parade of champions, prior to Saturday's championship finals, will begin at 6 p.m.

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