Clark Fork wrestlers travel to Thompson Falls for matchup

Clark Fork Mike Parkin, 113 lb., wrestles his opponent in Plains on Saturday. No scores were available from the tournament. (Douglas Wilkes/Valley Press).

Thompson Falls Triangular at Thompson Falls, January 26

Round 1, Thompson Falls-Clark Fork Mountain Cats (no team scores)

113 – Kaleb Frank, T, pinned Mike Parkin, CF

132 – Kaleb Ververis, CF, pinned Tristian Fountain

152 – Cody Garrison, T, pinned Jack Mitchell CF

160 – Trey Green, CF, pinned Dakota Irvine

160 – Luke Fuhrman, T, pinned Ryan Cahalin

205 – Seth Alarcon, T, pinned Trevor Linkey

Round 2 Clark Fork – Mission (no team scores)

132 – Kaleb Ververis, CF, pinned Darwin Adams

152 – Jack Mitchell, CF, pinned Miles Anderson

160 – Trent Dennison, pinned Trey Green

160 – Trent Dennison pinned Ryan Cahalin

Round 3 Thompson Falls – Mission (no team scores)

132 – Bailey Wieble, M, pinned Tristian Fountain

152 – Cody Garrison, T, pinned Miles Anderson

160 – Trent Dennison, M, techfall, Jase Sorenson

285 – Seth Alarcon, T, pinned Chris Anderson

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