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Eagle wrestlers fall to Westby in season opener

 

December 11, 2019

The Cashton Wrestlers opened their season with a non conference home dual last Thursday. The Eagles hosted the Westby Norse and came up short. Cashton middle weights came through with some big wins, but the Eagles fell 52-21.

At 220 pounds, Austin Culpitt got the Eagles on the board with a forfeit. But Cashton would trail 36-6 before Colin O’Neil won a 5-2 decision over Dakota Geier in the 130 pound bout, Cutting the Norse lead to 9-40.

Tristin Grant got the Eagles their first pin of the dual. At 152, Grant stuck Alex Hebel in 2:45 to make it 15-40.

Zach Harris got a first period pin in the 160 pound match. Harris took care of Carlos Castro in 1:44 to make it 21-46.

Westby took the final two matches of the night to win 52-21.

By Derrick Mashak

The Eagle Wrestlers traveled to the Royall Invite this past weekend and found some good competition. The JV also got to get some mat time so that’s what made this tournament special. Our three JV wrestlers were Hudson Bethke, Tristan Huerth, and Ethan Anderson. All three boys got value from the day. Hudson finished the day with a 3rd place. Tristan and Ethan came out very strong with 1st place finishes. Great day for all three wrestlers.

The Varsity wrestlers had a good learning day. Even though the Eagles wrestled hard and finished 12th as a team, they ended the day with 3 place winners.

At 138 Colin O’Neil finished in 6th place against Gunnar Hamre from Poynette in a wrestle back. He lost by decision in a very close match 4-1. At 150 Tristin Grant came out with a great day by pinning the number one seed Kaleb Baumgart {Fall 2:27} to get to the finals. He wrestled a very strong match to Richland Center’s Warrick Wolf and lost a decision 13-7 to finish for 2nd place. Our last place finisher for the day was our 285 Zack Mlsna who wrestled strong and finished 6th to Angel Tejeda from Madison East {Fall in :20}. The Cashton boys had a pretty good first tournament. Can’t wait to get to work and show what more is to come at the Tomah Scramble next week! Stayed tuned on the Teams’ journey to meet their goals!

 

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