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-[-,- December 14, 2005 Mukilteo Beacon - 7 ting a chance to experience PORTS RE .WI N.D the challenges of this tough sport. Kamiak has grown, and Mariner pins time beat last Mariner year. for the first "We were worried about a rival Knights repeat after seeing how they dominated against Cascade in league opener just two days before." Mariner's Jason Wright t.eCHms pinned Kamlak substitute .Be. aconTRUJILLO Tyler Nigg at 171 pounds in the night's first match. Mariner pins rival The Mariner wrestling team captured four of the first five bouts last week en route to a 46-21 victory over Kamiak in the Western Con- ference South Division sea- son-opener for both teams. "The great thing to see between our two teams is we have over 100 kids," Mariner coach Otto Olson said. "Wrestling has grown in the Mukflteo School Dis- trict with so many kids get- Teammate Brad Vong- phrachanh wrapped up the meet by defeating Tanner Boyle, 6-5, in the finale at 160 pounds. Olson said: "I told Jason before the match that his job was to keep it close, and his job was not to get pinned. "I didn't expect him to open up with a risky shot, 'rE REW!.ND, P.GE 16 ~ CHRIS TRUJILLO Despite two major surger- ies in the last two sea- sons, Mariner forward Erica Huffman kicked off her se- nior year with a bang. Huffman came off the Ma- rauders' bench and scored a team-high 13 points while leading Mariner to a 45-27 victory over rival Kamiak in the season-opener last week. Plagued by a torn ACL the last few years, Huffman has watched her playing time dwindle due to injuries. That, however, is chang- ing. In the time she was on the court, Huffman convert- ed three 3-pointers, made three steals and had three blocks. in season opener "Erica really led this team to victory with her will," Mariner coach Thomas Mi- randa said. "Her minutes were re- duced because of her inju- ries, but her impact on the Anderson. "It was a tough learning experience, but I feel like the team under- stands what we need to do so not to repeat that type of per- formance." Mariner held Kamlak to game and our team morale is just 3 points during the sec- invaluable. "All the girls know what Huff has gone through in the last few years, and when they still see her battling out there, it makes them want to play harder. "What more could you ask for from a senior?" Mariner guard Danielle Greaby had eight assists and scored 12 points, and team- mate Leticia Willlamson contributed 8 points in the victory. "We played very timid," said Kamiak coach Branda ond and third quarters. But the taste of victory soon lost its flavor after the Marauders were defeated 63- 32 to Shorewood last Friday night. Samantha Beghtol led Mariner with 11 points. Huff- man (2 points) and Greaby (5) combined for just 7 points. Mariner (1-1, 2-1) plays at :30 p.m. today at Everett (0- 1, 0-2). gE MARINER, PAGE 15 Share the Good News! 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