Several Huskies roll through opening day of state tourney

Thursday’s results:

103-Shane Vandehei: was pinned by Brian Jacob of Tillamook in 5:33; second round he decisioned Albert Cervantes of The Dalles 11-2.

112-Trevor Tagle: decisioned Brandon Zgraggen of LaPine; pinned Roman Garcia of Central in 3:29.

119-John Farris: drew first round bye; was pinned by Chazz Abarno of Banks in 2:24; was decisioned 7-6 by Paulo Rocha of Illinois Valley.

125-Andrew Swanson: drew first round bye; decisioned Jeremy Brougher of Elmira 5-4; lost 8-3 in overtime to Nathan Barney.

130-Adam Zurcher: was decisioned 6-2 by Seth Johnson of Elmira; decisioned Nick Verducci of Gladstone 5-4.

135-Tomas Rosa: drew first round bye; was decisioned by Paul Rangel of Ontario 9-7; pinned Tommy Marshall of Sutherlin in 2:19.

140-Kyle Temple: drew first round bye; decisioned Sam Hale of Elmira 9-8; decision Matt Britt of Illinois Valley 8-6.

145-Robert Carr: pinned Mike Schaff of Taft in 1:14; decisioned Chance Skerjanec 6-5.

145-Chris Phillips: decisioned Trevir Ison of Glide 4-2 in overtime; decisioned Darrell Rardin of Central 8-7; was decisioned 15-6 by Sam Marsh of Scappoose.

152-Joe Rosa: was decisioned 13-2 by Jesse Jacobson of Rainier; was decisioned 14-2 by Natty Krauss of Illinois Valley.

160-Mike Lummus: pinned Keith Martin of Yamhill-Carlton in 5:59; was tech falled 15-0 by Talon Hofman of Burns; was decisioned 4-3 in overtime by Ryan Osborne of Douglas.

171-Hance Woody: drew first round bye; was pinned by Jeffrey Caldwell of North Bend in 3:24; was decisioned by Ruben Ramirez of Cascade 5-2.

189-Matt Harkey: drew first round bye; was pinned by Paul Stierle of Phoeniz in 2:46; decisioned Ryan Hoen of Yamhill-Carlton 5-4.

189-Jesse Aitkin: drew first round bye; was pinned by Terry Ball of Banks in 1:58; was decisioned 8-1 by David Sanderbrink of Cottage Grove.

215-Rob Martin: pinned Joe O’Donnell of Gladsone in 3:42; was pinned by Jared Allison of North Bend in 0:41.

275-Brad Seiber: drew first round bye; was decisioned 8-3 by Brandon Anderchuk of Banks;