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SHARKS SINK UNDEFEATED JFK

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By Jeff Ochavillo

(SS) Antonio Flores takes down and pins (JFK) Andre San Agustin to win the match.

(SS) Antonio Flores takes down and pins (JFK) Andre San Agustin to win the match. (photo by Joey Blas)

Despite the recent loss the Sharks’ boys received last Wednesday against the FD Friars, they didn’t let it get to them by coming up big to show the crowd they are still among the league’s best by beating the undefeated JFK Islanders 46-24, as the girls continue to stay undefeated by beating JFK 54-6 here at the Sanchez school.

Starting with the girls, despite many of the absent wrestlers from the JFK Islanders, only one out of 14 matches was successfully continued and that was in the 155 lb. division between Sanchez’ star Jayronne Gandaoli and JFK’s Kaylene Blas.

With receiving only one takedown, Jayronne took full control of Kaylene trying to get in good position on her back as she pinned her in 1:59, giving her the only win of the day that was not a forfeit.

With the loss from last Wednesday, the Sharks seemed to put it behind them. It did take a bit of time for the Sharks but they got the job done with a lot of patience and good takedowns.

(JFK) Joshua SongSong picks up and slams (SS) Josh Rojas for the takedown. (photo by Joey Blas)

(JFK) Joshua SongSong picks up and slams (SS) Josh Rojas for the takedown. (photo by Joey Blas)

The fastest match of the night came in under a minute in the 182 lb. division between JFK’s Ronald Mendiola and Sanchez’ Joe Jay Ignacio. With Mendiola having the strength and height advantage, Ignacio was going to get the show of his life.

Mendiola stayed neutral until he took a quick shot putting Ignacio on his back. Mendiola was too much for Ignacio to handle that he couldn’t escape, pinning him within 34 seconds.

However, with every match taking the same amount of time and some having amazing comebacks, one match in particular had a wrestler at end of his ropes until a late pin gave him the win.

The fan favorite of the night was from the 195 lb. division between Sanchez’ John Rojas and JFK’s Joshua Songsong.It all came down to the wire when Rojas was down 15-7.

(SS) Jovin Ignacio takes down (JFK) Ryan Babauta, Ignacio will go on to win the match. (photo by Joey Blas)

(SS) Jovin Ignacio takes down (JFK) Ryan Babauta, Ignacio will go on to win the match. (photo by Joey Blas)

Both wrestlers were extremely exhausted as time kept ticking away as Rojas was down 15-7. It seemed to be going well for Joshua responding to John’s shoots by getting escapes and near falls. With Rojas’ arm hurting from the last takedown, he still pushed in the end.

With only 12 second to go, Rojas was able to get the position to push Songsong on his back and held him there. It came close, but the ref called the pin with only five seconds left in the match to give Rojas the win. Rojas got the pin in 5:55 to get the win for Sanchez.

Both teams gave great effort, but the Sharks dominated throughout. The Sharks’ boys improve 5-1 and tied their record with JFK giving them their first loss, 5-1 in the season. This puts them at a three-way tie with the FD Friars, Sanchez Sharks, and JFK Islanders.

As for the girls, the Simon Sanchez Sharks stay undefeated at 5-0

RESULTS

Females

SS) Jonah Witt grabs (JFK) Jesse Joe Gumataotao leg and takes him down and eventually wins the match by pinning his opponent. (photo by Joey Blas)

SS) Jonah Witt grabs (JFK) Jesse Joe Gumataotao leg and takes him down and eventually wins the match by pinning his opponent. (photo by Joey Blas)

97: Double forfeit.
101: Kyra Rocco, Sanchez, wins via forfeit.
105: Shaira Espino, Sanchez, wins via forfeit.
109: Shalleen Espino, Sanchez, wins via forfeit.
113: Chelzea Laserna, Sanchez, wins via forfeit.
117: Rkaela Aquino, Sanchez, wins via forfeit.
121: Double forfeit
125: Mia Aquino, Sanchez, wins via forfeit.
130: Priscilla Mae Manglona, Sanchez via forfeit.
135: Christina Cruz, Sanchez, wins via forfeit.
140: Double forfeit.
155: Jayronne Gandaoli, Sanchez, pinned Kayleena Blas, JFK, 1:59.
175: Beatrice Mata, wins via forfeit.
220: Double forfeit.

Males:

106: Aaron Dela Rosa, JFK, wins via forfeit.
113: Jordan Evangelista, Sanchez, pinned Zach Aguon, JFK, 2:39.
120: Joshiey Cabanting, Sanchez pinned Austin San Agustin, 1:20.
126: Francis Sunga, JFK, defeats Ryan Hocug, Sanchez, 8-7.
132: Peter Benavente, Sanchez, pinned Lometo Sablan, JFK, 1:53.
138: Matthew Sojo, Sanchez, defeats Derek Gatmen, JFK, 7-6.
145: Antonio Flores, Sanchez, pinned Andre San Agustin, JFK, 1:09.
152: Jonah Whitt, Sanchez, pinned Jesse Joe Gumataotao, JFK, 2:30.
160: Norberto Rosario, JFK, defeats Paolo Luna, Sanchez, 6-0.
170: Vince Charfauros, Sanchez, defeats Joseph Leingang, JFK, 10-1.
182: Joe Jay Ignacio, Sanchez, pinned Ronald Mendiola, JFK, 0:34.
195: John Rojas, Sachez, pinned Joshua Songsong, JFK, 5:55.
220: Jovan Ignacio, Sanchez, defeats, Ryan Babauta, JFK, 7-4.
285: Double forfeit.

OTHER SCORE

Guam High (Girls) 54, GW Geckos 18

Class Name (Winner) School Name School Result
Points Earned
97 lbs. FORFEIT GHS def. FORFEIT GW FORFEIT 0
101 lbs. FORFEIT GHS def. FORFEIT GW FORFEIT 0
105 lbs. MARLENA CONNELY GHS def. TARA BABAUTA GW PIN 6
109 lbs. VIVTORIA DAVIS GHS def. JENNIFER BLAS GW PIN 6
113 lbs. MEAGAN GUERRERO GHS def. FORFEIT GW FORFEIT 6
117 lbs. KENDAL BLACKBURN GHS def. FORFEIT GW FORFEIT 6
121 lbs. BREANA VINCENT GHS def. FORFEIT GW FORFEIT 6
125 lbs. KATRINA JOINER GHS def. FORFEIT GW FORFEIT 6
130 lbs. SIERRA TAJALLE GHS def. FORFEIT GW FORFEIT 6
135 lbs. TANISHIA SURIGAO GW def. FORFEIT GHS FORFEIT 6
140 lbs. JENNA RIVERA GW def. FORFEIT GHS FORFEIT 6
155 lbs. LAUREN REEDER GHS def. TAIAN TOM GW PIN 6
175 lbs. KAYLA BLEND GHS def. THOMIA LEON GUERRERO GW PIN 6
220 lbs. MI’YAH MAR GW def. FORFEIT GHS FORFEIT 6

GW 54, Guam High 27

Class Name (Winner) School Name School Result
Points Earned
106 lbs. JUSTIN PANGELINAN GW def. WILLIAM BOWDEN GHS PIN 6
113 lbs. GIOVANI TAITINGFONG GW def. FORFEIT GHS FORFEIT 6
120 lbs. RYAN QUENGA GW def. FORFEIT GHS FORFEIT 6
126 lbs. CHANDLER AGUON GW def. KURT EDUSADA GHS PIN 6
132 lbs. RICHARD SABLAN GW def. SEAN GUTIEREZ GHS PIN 6
138 lbs. JOHN HAAS GHS def. LESTER GAITAN GW PIN 6
145 lbs. MICHAEL SHEEHAN GHS def. CLYDE ABUAN GW PIN 6
152 lbs. JUSTIN EVERINGTON GHS def. ELIJAH QUICHOCHO GW FALL 3
160 lbs. AARON ROLINSKI GW def. MALACHY STIEFEL GHS PIN 6
170 lbs. HERBERT FUKUDA GW def. LIAM STIEFEL GHS PIN 6
182 lbs. KIMO BARCINAS GHS def. FRANCO ISHMAEL GHS PIN 6
195 lbs. TRISTIN MUNA GHS def. DONOVAN FERNANDEZ GW PIN 6
220 lbs. ELLIOT IGNACIO GW def. CHARLIE SUBBIONDO GHS PIN 6
HWT NICK DAMIAN GHS def. KHANELA KENWORTHY GW PIN 6

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