Osage battles in quad with Glendale, Logan-Rogersville and Hollister
School of the Osage hit the mats in a quad meet with Glendale, Logan-Rogersville and Hollister Tuesday night where the Indians finished 1-2.
Osage took down Hollister 51-24, but fell to Glendale 39-36 and Logan-Rogersville 48-33. However, the Indians had as many as five open spots in their lineup, which gave the other team 30 uncontested points due to forfeited matches.
Kody Dowell got things started for Osage in the bout with Hollister as he pinned his opponent in the 120-pound contest. Corey Hubkey (132), Aaron Cuddy (138), Jack Creasy (145), Jesse Schillinger (170), Matt Russell (195) and Dillon VanNevel (285) all picked up pins as well while Tristan Satterlee (126) picked up a forfeit and Austin Magnuson (160) won a 7-4 decision.
In the contest against Logan-Rogersville, Dowell earned another win with a pin along with Satterlee (126) and Magnuson (160). Cuddy (138) and VanNevel (285) picked up forfeits while Russell (195) earned a 10-3 decision.
In the final dual against Glendale, Satterlee remained unbeaten on the evening with a 10-0 major decision. Cuddy (138) did the same with a forfeit while Russell (195) and VanNevel (285) did so with a pair of pins. Meanwhile, Hubkey (132) earned a hard-fought 10-8 decision, Creasy (145) cruised to a 17-2 technical fall and Schillinger (170) earned a pin.
Up next for Osage is the Owensville Tournament on Saturday, which starts at 9 a.m.
Eldon drops duals to Hallsville and Southern Boone
Eldon took a trip to Hallsville to face the Indians and Southern Boone in Tri-County Conference tri-dual action Tuesday night.
The Mustangs came up just short against the Indians and Eagles, falling to the former team 30-27 and the latter 43-27. Unfortunately for Eldon, the Mustangs had six open weight classes in their lineup, which translated to 36 points for the other team if they had a wrestler to fill in the weight class.
In the match against Southern Boone, Donn Taylor picked up a forfeit victory in the 160-pound weight class while Dawson Brandt (182) and Kaden Dillon (195) did the same. Isaiah Simmons (120) won a 5-0 decision and Scott Johnson (285) earned a pin.
In the bout with Hallsville, Simmons (120) remained unbeaten with a pin while Brandt (182) did the same with a pin and Dillon (195) and Johnson (285) also stayed unbeaten with a pin and forfeit. Last but not least, Trenton Dillon (160) won a 4-1 decision in his only match of the night.
Eldon was scheduled to take on Battle and Jefferson City for Senior Night on Wednesday and the Mustangs will return to the mats on Tuesday to host rival Osage and Blair Oaks in conference action at 5:30 p.m.
Camdenton falls to Neosho and Republic
It was a tough night on the scoreboard for Camdenton in Republic Tuesday night as the Lakers fell to the host Tigers 37-36 and Neosho 50-21.
In the battle with Neosho, Jacob Fuglsang earned a pin in the 113-pound match while Jesus Ramirez also picked up a pin. Also racking up points for the Lakers was Wyatt Stamper (126) who won a 12-5 decision and Gabe Blain (138) who had an uncontested match.
Camdenton’s Colton Libby (120) got things started for the Lakers against Republic with a pin. Blain (138), Grant Garrett (106) and Fuglsang (113) also picked up pins while Winton Neal (145) won a 7-1 decision, Ethan Harris (152) won a 7-0 decision and Jesus Ramirez (160) picked up a forfeit.
Camdenton will head down South on Saturday for the Branson Tournament, which begins at 9 a.m.