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The Wildcats rally from 18 points down to defeat the Broncos in the final dual of the season

FILE PHOTO: DAN BROOD - Wilsonvilles Tyson Resko, last years state runner-up, has been on a tear this season, and will be competitive in the districts.Wilsonville wrestling picked up a big win over league over Parkrose Thursday, Jan. 31, but it was not easy.

The Wildcats fell behind early 18-0 after a trio of pin falls at 106 pounds, 113 pounds and 120 pounds. Wilsonville bounced back strong with three wins of its own. At 126 pounds, Isaac Quesada was awarded a forfeit win, and 138-pounder Hunter Mooney was also given a forfeit. 132-pounder Caleb Wilde pinned Parkrose's Kai Freeman at 1:17 of the match, and things were tied up 18-18.

Parkrose's Jacob Leith picked up another fall of Wilsonville's Austin Sharp at 1:55 of the match, and the Broncos led 24-18. From there the Wildcats went on a three match streak.

At 152 pounds, sophomore and state runner up Tyson Resko pinned Parkrose's Anthony Xiong in just 1:19 of the matchup. Wilsonville 160-pounder Justin Carpenter got the pin over Kamson Paulus in just 3:43. The run of wins was capped off with Wyatt Miller toppling Parkrose's Nevin Nguyen at 2:16. Wilsonville led 36-24.

Parkrose got two wins back, winning a forfeit at 195 pounds and seeing Cesar Marquez pin Wilsonville's Keagan Jones at 3:15. Things were tied up at 36-36, and the dual came down to the final two matches.

Wilsonville got it done.

In a pair of lightning fast matches in the 220-pound weight class, Wilsonville's Jake Moore pinned Parkrose's Fransisco Lopez in just 13 seconds. 285-pounder Noah Ochs pinned Parkrose's Keevin Lujar in just 49 seconds, and Wilsonville had won the dual 48-36.

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