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Charger Grapplers Sweep at WCV Triple Duals; Defeat WCV, East Union, and NV

The 2018-19 wrestling season stated out with a bang last night as ACGC won all three of its dual matches at the West Central Valley triple duals. The Chargers topped Nodaway Valley, 55-18, West Central Valley, 43-34, and East Union, 45-22. The Chargers had several two time winners in head to head competition, with numerous matches won by forfeit. Three Chargers were undefeated on the day, with Gunnar Larsen, Gabe Rowley and Gavin Cornelison all going 3-0. They each won two matches in head to head competition and one match via forfeit. Picking up two wins for the Chargers were Seth Danker, Blaine Beeler, Trevor Suhr, Easton Benson, and Gage Buttler.

Coach Shawn Danker, who begins his twenty first year as the Tiger/Charger mentor, was upbeat about his team's performance. "I thought the guys wrestled pretty well for our first matches of the season. Conditioning is about where we would expect, but we have a few areas to clean up technically. We had a super team effort, with guys moving around for the betterment of the team in several key situations. It's great to be off to a 3-0 start."

The Chargers will travel to Greenfield on Saturday for the Nodaway Valley Invitational. Nine teams will participate with the first matches to begin at 10 AM.

ACGC 43, WCV 34 ACGC 45, East Union 22 ACGC 55, NV 18

106: Dylan Wells won by forfeit Double forfeit Elliot Cooney won by forfeit

113: Dawson Muller (ACGC) Damon Hayes over Muller Ben Breheny over Muller

won by forfeit by fall, 4:54 by fall, 1:46

120: Seth Danker (ACGC) won Cole Wimber won by forfeit Danker over Jaxon forfeit Christensen by MD, 9-0

126: Justin Garcia over Blaine Beeler over Jaryn Stephens Beeler over Jordan Brewer

Beeler (ACGC), by MD, 14-5 by Dec, 7-1 by fall, 0:36

132: Gunnar Larsen (ACGC Larsen won by forfeit Larsen over Ryan Hull by fall,

over Cael Carl by fall, 2:16 2:46

138: Weston Pote over Trevor Suhr over Onxe Ibbotson Surh over Caelen De Vault

Suhr (ACGC) by fall, 0:36 by fall, 0:44 by dec, 11-5

145: Easton Benson (ACGC) Sherman Hayes over Benson Benson over Colby Harris

over Drew Belden by MD, 16-6 by MD, 11-0 by fall, 0:35

152: Gabe Rowley (ACGC) over Rowley over Connor Johnson Rowley won by forfeit

Brayden Miller by fall, 2:22 by fall, 0:18

160: Cole Sackett over Devon Oberholtz won by forfeit Tyler Breheny over Oberholtz

Oberholtz (ACGC) by fall, 0:26 by fall, 3:32

170: Gavin Cornelison (ACGC) Conelison won by forfeit Cornelison over Trevor Flettre

over Gunner Powell by dec, 6-4 by fall, 5:04

182: Carson Wadle over Jon Cole Plowman (ACGC) won by Plowman won by forfeit

Pavelka (ACGC)l by fall, 1:34 fall over Dylan Cook, 0:45

195: Ben Kingery (ACGC) won Kingery won by forfeit Kingery won by forfeit

by forfeit

220: Zak Custard won by forfeit Brady Reese over Gage Buttler over Jeffery Ressler

Buttler (ACGC) by fall, 1:03 by fall, 0:58

285: Gage Buttler (ACGC) over Double forfeit No report

Rush Rowan by fall, 1:19

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