Hinton wrestling takes down Westerners, Eagles
BRONSON ó The Hinton wrestling team picked up a pair of dual wins in action against Akron-Westfield and Lawton-Bronson on Tuesday. The dual wins helped Head Coach Casey Crawford to reach his 100th dual coaching wins.
The Blackhawks picked up a 54-24 win over the Westerners. Wyatt Skuodas started the contested matches at 113 pounds as three of the first four classes were forfeits. Skuodas pinned Eli Medina in 3:14.
The Westerners got a win from Jader Briggs at 132 as he pinned Dylan Hartman in 1:24. Mason Vondrak answered back for a win by fall over Michael Varns in 1:52 as the start of five consecutive wins for Hinton. Two of those wins were forfeits for Dustin Leitrru at 145 and Isaac Richter at 170. Logan Sewell won by fall over Lane Kenny at 152 in a time of 39 seconds while Teegan Tschampel pinned Cole Moffatt at the 160 weight in 1:56.
Hintonís final win came at 195 as Derek Anderson pinned Lakin Heeren in 41 seconds.
The Westerners got the two heavyweight classes as Logan Smith pinned Garrett Divis in 57 seconds at 220 and Cael Moffatt went uncontested at 285.
The Blackhawks added a 48-18 win over Lawton-Bronson. The first five matches of the dual were forfeits with the first contested match coming at 138 as Brock Mitchell earned a 6-4 sudden victory over Leitru at 138. Sewell, Carter Allen and Tschampel followed with wins by fall. Tschampel reached the 100 win milestone for his career at the set of duals.
The last contested match came at 170 as Cy Handke won a 9-2 decision over Richter.
The Westerners also scored a win over the Eagles as the won by a 42-29 final. There were just four contested classes in the dual. Matt Peters won a late third period match by fall over Briggs at 132 and Mitchell followed with a 17-2 technical fall over Varns. The other two matches went in favor of the Westerners as Kenny won by fall at 152. He pinned Tanner Hall in a time of 3:27. Cole Moffatt followed with a quick 22 second pin of Jakob Ruhrer.
Both Hinton and Akron-Westfield will compete at a tournament hosted by Kingsley-Pierson on Saturday.