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Brother and sister united for Union wrestling at county tourney

Brosius siblings and Titans win big at Clark County; plus photos of all matches

Union’ sophomore wrestler Kyle Brosius could not sit still. He had too much nervous energy.

He was, after all, just moments away from competing for a championship at the Clark County Wrestling Tournament.

Only, it was not his match that was the fuel for his restlessness. Before he could wrestle Saturday night, he watched his younger sister in a championship match.

Kyle Brosius is boys 160 winner and Kayla Brosius is the girls 115 winner.

Kyle Brosius and Kayla Brosius. Photo by Mike Schultz

“It was more nerve-racking to watch her,” Kyle said of Kayla Brosius. “When I’m watching her, I get so amped up because I want her to win so bad.”

Kayla Brosius did her part, claiming the 115-pound title of the girls competition with a win over Kelso’s Trinity Lien.

A few minutes later, it was Kyle’s opportunity in the boys tournament. Kyle Brosius topped Logan Knudson of Columbia River in the 160-pound final.

“It was pretty cool to get a little bit of recognition, if you want to call it that,” Kyle said. “To be called the best in Clark County, the place I live, it’s amazing. It’s awesome.”

“It just felt really good,” said Kayla, a freshman. “It felt really good not only to do it for myself, but for my team.”

Oh yes, the Brosius victories were Union victories, too. The Titans won the team titles for both the boys and girls tournaments.

Kayla Brosius was “right on the side of the mat” when her brother won his match Saturday night.

“During his matches, I don’t say I get stressed out, but I do get really nervous,” Kayla said.

Then, when the family watches video of each other’s matches, it is Kayla’s voice that is the loudest when Kyle is competing.

Kyle said he had extra motivation to win his championship.

“As soon as she won, uh oh, I have to amp it up. I have to do my job now,” he said. “I couldn’t let her have that edge on me at all.”

That is about it for sibling rivalry, though. In fact, these two say they rarely argue.

“Best friends,” Kayla said.

“We’ve been best friends since day one, basically” Kyle added.

Kayla added that it was Kyle who got her into wrestling, making Saturday next even more special for the family.


Boys Wrestling

The Union boys won five individual titles on the way to the team title: Brandon Esperto (113), Noah Talavera (138), Danny Snedicker (152), Brosius (160), and Josh Barber (285).

Snedicker and Skyview’s Jackson McKinney (195) repeated as Clark County champions. McKinney defeated another defending champion, Michael Garrison of King’s Way Christian, in the finals.

Sanry Nguyen of Heritage defeated Ryan Espert of Union Sanry Nguyen of Heritage defeated Ryan Espert of Union Sanry Nguyen of Heritage defeated Ryan Espert of Union Sanry Nguyen of Heritage defeated Ryan Espert of Union Brandon Esperto of Union defeated Rexi Lamkin of Columbia River Brandon Esperto of Union defeated Rexi Lamkin of Columbia River Brandon Esperto of Union defeated Rexi Lamkin of Columbia River Daniel Joner of Battle Ground defeated Aaron Avery of Union Cole Pass of Washougal defeated Dylan Draper of Ridgefield Cole Pass of Washougal defeated Dylan Draper of Ridgefield Cole Pass of Washougal defeated Dylan Draper of Ridgefield Logan Smith of Skyview defeated Scott Lees of Washougal Logan Smith of Skyview defeated Scott Lees of Washougal Logan Smith of Skyview defeated Scott Lees of Washougal Logan Smith of Skyview defeated Scott Lees of Washougal Logan Smith of Skyview defeated Scott Lees of Washougal Noah Talavera of Union defeated Andrew Hopple of Washougal Noah Talavera of Union defeated Andrew Hopple of Washougal Noah Talavera of Union defeated Andrew Hopple of Washougal Noah Talavera of Union defeated Andrew Hopple of Washougal Noah Talavera of Union defeated Andrew Hopple of Washougal Noah Talavera of Union defeated Andrew Hopple of Washougal Noah Talavera of Union defeated Andrew Hopple of Washougal Noah Talavera of Union defeated Andrew Hopple of Washougal Tanner Lees of Washougal defeated Braydon Sofianos of Prairie Tanner Lees of Washougal defeated Braydon Sofianos of Prairie Tanner Lees of Washougal defeated Braydon Sofianos of Prairie Tanner Lees of Washougal defeated Braydon Sofianos of Prairie Tanner Lees of Washougal defeated Braydon Sofianos of Prairie Tanner Lees of Washougal defeated Braydon Sofianos of Prairie Danny Snedicker of Union defeated Spencer Inserra of Battle Ground Danny Snedicker of Union defeated Spencer Inserra of Battle Ground Danny Snedicker of Union defeated Spencer Inserra of Battle Ground Danny Snedicker of Union defeated Spencer Inserra of Battle Ground Danny Snedicker of Union defeated Spencer Inserra of Battle Ground Kyle Brosius of Union defeated Logan Knudson of Columbia River Kyle Brosius of Union defeated Logan Knudson of Columbia River Kyle Brosius of Union defeated Logan Knudson of Columbia River Kyle Brosius of Union defeated Logan Knudson of Columbia River Kyle Brosius of Union defeated Logan Knudson of Columbia River Kyle Brosius of Union defeated Logan Knudson of Columbia River Kyle Brosius of Union defeated Logan Knudson of Columbia River Colton Wheeler of Hockinson defeated Josh Joo of Union Colton Wheeler of Hockinson defeated Josh Joo of Union Colton Wheeler of Hockinson defeated Josh Joo of Union Colton Wheeler of Hockinson defeated Josh Joo of Union Dylan Goodpaster of Evergreen defeated Chandler Wann of King’s Way Christian Dylan Goodpaster of Evergreen defeated Chandler Wann of King’s Way Christian Dylan Goodpaster of Evergreen defeated Chandler Wann of King’s Way Christian Dylan Goodpaster of Evergreen defeated Chandler Wann of King’s Way Christian Dylan Goodpaster of Evergreen defeated Chandler Wann of King’s Way Christian Jackson McKinney of Skyview defeated Michael Garrison of King’s Way Christian Jackson McKinney of Skyview defeated Michael Garrison of King’s Way Christian Jackson McKinney of Skyview defeated Michael Garrison of King’s Way Christian Dawson Lieurance of Ridgefield defeated Nehemiah Polk-Rasheed of Fort Vancouver Dawson Lieurance of Ridgefield defeated Nehemiah Polk-Rasheed of Fort Vancouver Dawson Lieurance of Ridgefield defeated Nehemiah Polk-Rasheed of Fort Vancouver Dawson Lieurance of Ridgefield defeated Nehemiah Polk-Rasheed of Fort Vancouver Josh Barber of Union defeated Alex Ferruzca of Mountain View Josh Barber of Union defeated Alex Ferruzca of Mountain View Josh Barber of Union defeated Alex Ferruzca of Mountain View Josh Barber of Union defeated Alex Ferruzca of Mountain View Josh Barber of Union defeated Alex Ferruzca of Mountain View

Girls Wrestling

The Union girls won five individual titles, leading to a team title. It is the first time a team other than Washougal won the girls team event. Union’s winners were: Brosius (115), Izzy Morales (125), Riley Aamold (130), Krista Warren (145), and Annabelle Helm (155).

Hikare Abe of Skyview (105) Eliana Duff of Fort Vancouver (110), Helm, Allison Blaine of Hudson’s Bay (140), and Cece Sayler of Skyview (170) all won this year after winning last year as well.

Abbie Huft of Mountain View defeated Lanae Garcia of Kelso Abbie Huft of Mountain View defeated Lanae Garcia of Kelso Abbie Huft of Mountain View defeated Lanae Garcia of Kelso Abbie Huft of Mountain View defeated Lanae Garcia of Kelso Abbie Huft of Mountain View defeated Lanae Garcia of Kelso Hikaru Abe of Skyview defeated Ashlee McGhee of Kelso Hikaru Abe of Skyview defeated Ashlee McGhee of Kelso Hikaru Abe of Skyview defeated Ashlee McGhee of Kelso Hikaru Abe of Skyview defeated Ashlee McGhee of Kelso Hikaru Abe of Skyview defeated Ashlee McGhee of Kelso Hikaru Abe of Skyview defeated Ashlee McGhee of Kelso Eliana Duff of Fort Vancouver defeated Sophie Girolami of Union Eliana Duff of Fort Vancouver defeated Sophie Girolami of Union Eliana Duff of Fort Vancouver defeated Sophie Girolami of Union Kayla Brosius of Union defeated Trinity Lien of Kelso Kayla Brosius of Union defeated Trinity Lien of Kelso Kayla Brosius of Union defeated Trinity Lien of Kelso Kyla Shoddy of Kelso defeated Christ Davis of Mountain View Kyla Shoddy of Kelso defeated Christ Davis of Mountain View Kyla Shoddy of Kelso defeated Christ Davis of Mountain View Izzy Morales of Union defeated Clyree Sams of Kelso Izzy Morales of Union defeated Clyree Sams of Kelso Izzy Morales of Union defeated Clyree Sams of Kelso Riley Aamold of Union defeated Jaden Robb of Washougal Riley Aamold of Union defeated Jaden Robb of Washougal Lizzy Kinnan of Battle Ground defeated Ashley Hibbs of Washougal Allison Blaine of Hudson’s Bay defeated Brooklyn Wurm-Wertz of Washougal Allison Blaine of Hudson’s Bay defeated Brooklyn Wurm-Wertz of Washougal Krista Warren of Union defeated Ashley Garrison of Washougal Krista Warren of Union defeated Ashley Garrison of Washougal Krista Warren of Union defeated Ashley Garrison of Washougal Annabelle Helm of Union defeated Katelyn Cera of Fort Vancouver Annabelle Helm of Union defeated Katelyn Cera of Fort Vancouver Annabelle Helm of Union defeated Katelyn Cera of Fort Vancouver Annabelle Helm of Union defeated Katelyn Cera of Fort Vancouver Cece Saylor of Skyview defeated Amanda Fry of Seton Catholic Cece Saylor of Skyview defeated Amanda Fry of Seton Catholic Mariana Juarez-Trejo of Skyview defeated Maritza Chavez-Anguiano of Seton Catholic Mariana Juarez-Trejo of Skyview defeated Maritza Chavez-Anguiano of Seton Catholic
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Paul Valencia joins ClarkCountyToday.com after more than two decades of newspaper experience. He became the face of high school sports coverage in Clark County during his 17 years at The Columbian. Before moving to Vancouver, Paul worked at Oregon daily newspapers in Pendleton, Roseburg, and Salem. A graduate of David Douglas High School in Portland, Paul enlisted in the U.S. Army, serving three years as a soldier/journalist. He and his wife Jenny recently celebrated their 20th anniversary. They have a son who has a passion for karate and Minecraft. Paul’s hobbies include: Watching the Raiders play football, reading about the Raiders playing football, and waiting to watch and read about the Raiders playing football.

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