Lady Vikings' Hayden Muller fourth at state

Siuslaw Vikings sophomore wrestlers Bailey Overton, left, and Hayden Muller.

Siuslaw sophomore Hayden Muller placed fourth at 135 pounds Saturday at the all-classifications girls state wrestling championships in Portland.

Muller lost to former state champion Charli Stewart of Bend in the third-place match, losing by fall in 49 seconds.

Lady Vikings teammate Bailey Overton finished 1-2 in the two-day tournament, losing by fall in the consolation semifinals at 120 to Ayana Medino of Hillsboro in 48 seconds.

The Oregon School Activities Association tournament was held at Veterans Memorial Coliseum.

Thurston won the team title with 72 points, followed by Bend with 66, Century with 49.5 and Elmira with 42.

Siuslaw was 37th of 53 schools with 10.

120 — Bailey Overton did not place, scored 1 team point

  • First round: lost by fall to No. 2 seed Tyler Rabang of Century in 3:35
  • Consolation: won by decision over Esmeraldo Tapia-Bravo, Willamina/Falls City, 2-1
  • Consolation semifinals: lost by fall to Ayana Medino, Hillsboro, :48

135 — Hayden Muller placed fourth, scored 9 team points

  • First round: pinned No. 2 seed Haylee Davis, Banks, :47
  • Championship semifinals: lost by fall to Lindsay Burrell, Thurston, 5:01
  • Consolation semifinals: won by decision over Jasmine Hopkins, Forest Grove, 11-5
  • Third place: lost by fall to No. 1 seed Charli Stewart, Bend, :49


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