Mercer Island fourth in Jack Reynolds tournament | Prep wrestling

On Saturday, Jan. 12 some of the top wrestling teams from around the state gathered at Mercer Island High School to take part in the annual Jack Reynolds Tournament of Excellence.

Mercer Island finished in fourth place as a team with 137.5 points. Granger took the team title with a total of 202.5 points.

Mercer Island saw eight of the team's wrestlers finished in the top five of their brackets. In the 106 division, Taylan Yuasa finished second overall, while Luke Wilson was third in the 120 weight class. Jacob Pruchno finished in fifth place in the 126 weight division and Connor Gullstad was third overall in the 152 class. Teammate Tanner Ranz earned fifth place in the 160 division, followed by Nick Chanlder in third place in the 170 weight class. Island senior Danny Stanke was third in the 182 division and Evan Condon was fifth in the 195 division.

Mercer Island will host Mount Si on Thursday, Jan. 17 at 7:30 p.m.

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