Mercer Island’s Maxwell Martin, top, gets a hold on Issaquah’s Quin Seiffert during a 138-pound match on Jan. 6. Martin defeated Seiffert by minor decision, 7-1. Mercer Island topped Issaquah, 32-27, and Mount Si beat Mercer Island, 42-37, in the double-dual. Other Mercer Island winners on the night were Gordon Gibson (120), Lincoln Woods (126), Chase Warnick (145), Clark Koopman (152), Jack Levitt (170), Leo Garry (106) and Magnus Dorre (113). Photo courtesy of Don Borin/StopActionPhotography

Mercer Island’s Maxwell Martin, top, gets a hold on Issaquah’s Quin Seiffert during a 138-pound match on Jan. 6. Martin defeated Seiffert by minor decision, 7-1. Mercer Island topped Issaquah, 32-27, and Mount Si beat Mercer Island, 42-37, in the double-dual. Other Mercer Island winners on the night were Gordon Gibson (120), Lincoln Woods (126), Chase Warnick (145), Clark Koopman (152), Jack Levitt (170), Leo Garry (106) and Magnus Dorre (113). Photo courtesy of Don Borin/StopActionPhotography

Islander wrestler wraps up opponent

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Mercer Island’s Maxwell Martin, top, gets a hold on Issaquah’s Quin Seiffert during a 138-pound match on Jan. 6. Martin defeated Seiffert by minor decision, 7-1. Mercer Island topped Issaquah, 32-27, and Mount Si beat Mercer Island, 42-37, in the double-dual. Other Mercer Island winners on the night were Gordon Gibson (120), Lincoln Woods (126), Chase Warnick (145), Clark Koopman (152), Jack Levitt (170), Leo Garry (106) and Magnus Dorre (113). Photo courtesy of Don Borin/StopActionPhotography


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