• Keith Hjelle

ACGC Wrestlers Fall to South Central Calhoun, 57-24


Last night's wrestling competition for the Chargers was scheduled to be a double dual with Greene County and South Central Calhoun, but turned out to be a single dual with South Central Calhoun in which the Titans topped the Chargers by a 57-24 score.

Blaine Beeler at 120 lb. and Gabe Rowley at 138 lb. were the only Chargers to win in head to head competition, with both Chargers winning by fall. Beeler pinned Hannah Payne in 1:41 and Rowley won over Hunter Voith in 2:47. Seth Danker and Easton Benson were the only other victors for the Chargers, with both winning by forfeit.

Next up for ACGC will be a sixteen team tournament at Southwest Valley High School in Corning on both Friday and Saturday. The action will begin on Friday at 4 PM and will resume on Saturday at 10 AM. The triangular dual at Woodbine that was postponed last week has been rescheduled for next Tuesday, with matches to begin at 5:30 PM.

Last night's match results are as follows: South Central Calhoun 57, ACGC 24

106: Seth Danker (ACGC) won by forfeit

113: Ayden Toms over Gunner Larsen (ACGC) by fall, 1:41

120: Blaine Beeler (ACGC) over Hannah Payne by fall, 1:41

126: Easton Benson (ACGC) won by forfeit

132: Jordan Khommanyvong over Zach Fees (ACGC) by dec, 10-9

138: Gabe Rowley (ACGC) over Hunter Voith by fall, 2:47

145: Chase McAlister over Seth Brokaw (ACGC) by fall, 1:15

152 Jaydon Makison over Jon Pavelka (ACGC) by fall, 3:11

160: Brody Goodman won by forfeit

170: Josh Van Hulzen over Cole Plowman (ACGC) by fall, 3:13

182: Jerod Campbell over Devon Jackson (ACGC) by fall, 0:58

195: Tristan Patterson over Ben Kingery (ACGC) by fall, 1:48

220: Brian King over Spencer Grove (ACGC) by fall, 0:48

285: Kody Kutz won by forfeit


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