Osage Indians, Eldon Mustangs and Camdenton Lakers
Osage and Eldon take on Marshfield Duals
The grapplers of Osage and Eldon visited Marshfield with seven other schools on Saturday to battle in a series of duals.
At the end of the day, the Indians came home with a record of 3-2 that included wins over Clinton, Dexter and Southern Boone and losses to Poplar Bluff and host Marshfield. The Mustangs finished 2-3 after defeating Owensville and Webb City and falling to Branson, Dexter and Poplar Bluff.
Kody Dowell began the day for Osage in the 106-pound class with a forfeit win and two pins. Tristan Satterlee (113) won a 17-7 major decision, a pin and a forfeit. Steven Crosby (120) won an 8-0 major decision, 8-6 decision and two pins. Hayden Carlson (126) went undefeated with three pins, a 12-3 major decision and forfeit win. Aaron Cuddy (132) won two pins. Bob Baker (138) picked up two pins and an 8-0 major decision. Austin Magnuson (145) cruised with a 16-3 major decision, two pins and a 4-0 decision. David Wermuth (152) earned a pin and 23-12 major decision. Rudy Escobar (160) took home three pins and a forfeit win. Matt Russell (182) picked up a pin. Eli Crane (220) came home with a forfeit victory. Last but not least, Ian Schaumburg (285) earned two pins and a forfeit.
Shane Strickland represented the Mustangs in the 106-pound class and added to forfeit victories to his season win total. Isaiah Simmons (113) went unbeaten with five pins. B.J. Chinglong (120) also added two forfeit victories. Edward Wester (132) came home with four pins. Hunter Waller (138) earned two pins. Alexxander Strickland (145) had a forfeit win. Trenton Dillon (160) came home with two pins, a forfeit win and a 24-10 major decision. Dawson Brandt (170) picked up three pins and a forfeit win. Bobby Harkness (182) recorded two forfeit wins. Trenton Kidwell (195) added three pins and two forfeit wins. John Schoenfeld (220) also added two forfeit wins and Scott Johnson (285) came home with a forfeit win.
Both teams will be back on the mat for district action looking to get to state Friday night and Saturday at Clinton. Matches start at 5 p.m., on Friday and continue Saturday morning at 10 a.m.
Camdenton grapplers take fourth at conference tournament
Camdenton wrestled with the rest of their conference at the Ozark Conference Championships on Saturday in Lebanon.
After every match was complete, the Lakers took fourth scoring 67 team points with six wrestlers while the host Yellowjackets took the title with 200.5 points and 14 wrestlers respectively.
Jacob Fuglsang took on the 113-pound class and finished third with a pin and 9-6 decision. Reese Negri (126) earned fourth with a pin. Gabe Blain (132) came home with a fourth place finish after recording two pins. Zion Vasquez (152) took second for the Lakers with a pin and a win via disqualification before losing a 6-0 decision in the title match. Jesus Ramirez (160) placed third with two pins and a 3-1 decision. Last but certainly not least, Mason Tibben (170) took fourth with a pin.
Camdenton will return to its home mat for districts which kicks off on Friday night at 5 p.m., and continues on Saturday at 10 a.m., as the Lakers look to punch their ticket to state.