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Prep sports wrap: Beamer wrestlers pin down Bethel

Federal Way High School’s Reid Collins swims the 200-yard freestyle during Thursday’s dual meet with the Kent-Meridian Royals at the Federal Way Community Center.  - Casey Olson/staff photo
Federal Way High School’s Reid Collins swims the 200-yard freestyle during Thursday’s dual meet with the Kent-Meridian Royals at the Federal Way Community Center.
— image credit: Casey Olson/staff photo

The Todd Beamer Titans wrestling team moved to 3-1 in the South Puget Sound League South Division with a 52-21 win over Bethel Wednesday night.

The Titans picked up seven pins during the night and won nine of the 14 matches. Pins came from Tyler Enos at 140 pounds, Ben Draeger at 152, Jose Hernandez at 189, Dylan Steiger at 215, Johnny Kemman at 275, Tre Uson at 103 and Ares Carpio at 119.

The Titans currently sit one match back of unbeaten Graham-Kapowsin in the SPSL South standings.

Decatur lost their second SPSL South dual meet of the season Wednesday to Rogers, 44-28. The Rams dominated the lower weights, winning six matches from 103 to 135 pounds. The Gators got pins from Greg Bull at 140 pounds, Dylan Aparis at 152, Darren Faber at 189 and Tevyn Tillman at 275.

The Thomas Jefferson wrestlers picked up a victory over Kent-Meridian Wednesday, 42-30. The Raiders got an 18-second pin by Corey Yeaple at 119 pounds.

Boys swimming

The Thomas Jefferson Raiders continued their strong season with a 101-63 win over Auburn Tuesday.

The Raiders picked up individual wins from Jordan Gaspay in the 200-yard individual medley (2:19.25) and 100 breaststroke (1:07.00), Reid Mayfield in the 50 free (25.00), Reese Hentges in the 100 butterfly (1:07.62) and Greg Johnson in the 100 backstroke (1:07.61). Jefferson also won the 200 medley relay and 200 free relay.

Beamer lost a tough dual meet Wednesday to Puyallup, 94-90. The Titans got two individual wins from Shane Clare in the 100 breaststroke (1:07.82) and 100 butterfly (57.64). Other wins came from Costner McKenzie in the 200 individual medley (2:26.02), Dylan Chase in the 50 free (25.35) and Tommy Fraychineaud in diving (204.25).

Beamer also won the 200 medley relay and the 200 free relay.

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