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January 2, 2015 at 10:39 PM

Decatur in third after Day 1 at Pac-Coast wrestling

Decatur high school is currently in third place at the Pac-Coast wrestling championships in Vancouver, Wash. The tournament goes through Saturday, Dec. 3 and is being held at Hudson Bay High School. Yelm leads with 88 points, Dallas is in second with 63.5.

Leviticus Arizpe (132), Isaiah Diggs (152) and JJ Dixon (170) pinned their way into the semifinals while AJ Sarno got in after a first-round bye and a pin at 182 pounds. Teban Manasary (285), Fernando Cambray (106) and Cesar Avelar (113) are also in the semis for the Gators.

Auburn Mountainview has also had success, with four wrestlers in the semis: Will Tiasacan (113), Brandon Huft (120), Damon Thomas (138), and Brandon Profitt (170).

Bellevue has Alec Palander in the semis at 220 pounds and Christian Villani in at 152 pounds while Marysville-Pilchuck’s Ryan Daurie is in at 145 pounds.

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