THE DALLES - The Astoria and Seaside girls' swim teams placed third and fourth, respectively, in Saturday's invitational at The Dalles Wahtonka Union High School.

On the boys side, Seaside took third and the Fishermen placed sixth in the 14-team invite.

Sherwood won both team titles, with the girls scoring 219 points to top La Grande (150), Astoria (122) and Seaside (83); while the Sherwood boys racked up 195 points, ahead of Pendleton (122), Hood River (109), Seaside (102), La Grande (97) and Astoria (96).

Astoria highlights included a third-place finish for the 200-yard medley relay team (2:05.89); and third-place showings for Bridgett Nurding (200-yard individual medley (2:33.31) and Katie Blue (50-yard freestyle, 27.48).

Wendi Agalzoff was fourth (1:02.31) in the 100-yard freestyle, and the Fish also took fourth in the 400-yard freestyle relay.

The Astoria boys received a third-place for Ben Lilley (2:16.85) in the 200 IM; and fourth-place finishes for Andy Ellsberg (1:03.81) in the 100-yard backstroke and the 400 freestyle relay team.

No Seaside results were reported.

WrestlingWarrenton second at NestuccaNESTUCCA - Three Warrenton wrestlers won individual titles and the Warriors placed second overall behind Scio Saturday in a seven-team meet at Nestucca.

After a first-round bye, Warrenton's Dan Wolfe scored a last-second, 3-1 decision over Michail Kartal of Gervais, then defeated Gervais's Mike Kalugin 6-2 in the title match at 140 pounds.

At 145, Billy Pike won three matches by a combined 31-2, defeating Nefa Piatkoff of Gervais (10-2), Scio's Derek Ring (14-0) and Dustin Milsap of Sheridan (7-0) in the final.

Warrenton's Jacob Bogh was the only wrestler to make the 103 weigh-in to earn first place.

Alex Dustin (171) added a second-place finish for the Warriors, and Temon Haynes took third.

"This was a great tournament for us, bringing home our first team trophy in several years," said Warrenton coach Chuck Pike. "Everyone wrestled very well, winning head-to-head matches against Sheridan and Gervais."

Astoria has four champsSCAPPOOSE - The Astoria wrestling team competed in a four-way dual meet at Scappoose Saturday, and the Fishermen highlighted their appearance with four individual champions.

Astoria's Josh Banta won two matches to take the title at 135 pounds; and the Fishermen dominated the upper weights, winning at 189 (Cory Hissner), 215 (Jeff Crowley) and 275 (Ben Mattingly).


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