By Pierre LaBossiere
Olympic Peninsula News Group
WESTPORT — Wrestling in all those tournaments this season against bigger schools paid off for the Forks boys, as the Spartans dominated the District 4 1B/2B subregionals held Saturday, winning six weight classes and taking first place by a wide margin.
Forks collected 322.5 points with a total of 18 boys placing in their divisions. Second-place Rainier was well behind at 131 points. Sixteen Spartans will move on to regionals next weekend.
Six Spartans won their divisions as Forks was especially strong at the light and middleweights — Abraham Montealeagre at 106 pounds, Jesus Garcia-Dominguez (113), Conner Demorest (120), Dalton Kilmer (126), Jake Weakley (145) and Hayden Queen (182).
Three other wrestlers made it to the championship match of their divisions to finish second — Walker Wheeler at 138 pounds, Nate Dahlgren at 170 pounds and Sloan Tamaua at 220.
Other Forks wrestlers who placed included:
• Walker Rondeau, 132 pounds, third.
• Sebastian Qunneke, 182 pounds, fourth.
• Kaleb Blanton, 145 pounds, fifth.
• John Parker Jr., 170 pounds, fifth.
• Mason Leinan, 195 pounds, fifth.
• Aiden Ivey, 160 pounds, sixth.
• Kevin Camacho, 132 pounds, seventh.
• Gunner Rogers, 160 pounds, eighth.
• Hector Dominguez, 220 pounds, eighth.
ABERDEEN — Forks’ Peyton Johnson won her 110-pound weight division at the girls subregionals and will move on to regionals.
Forks Natalie Horejsi finished fourth at 120 pounds, while Jameson Demorest finished fifth at 135 and Alexis Koskela sixth at 115.
Regionals will be held next weekend. Forks boys will go to the 1B/2B regionals in Adna.