Trojan wrestlers open season with two dual wins

PLAINVILLE –The Beloit Trojans wrestling team traveled to open their season on Friday and earned two dual wins against Plainville and Phillipsburg. 

Beloit defeated Plainville 61-18:

106: Mason Fuller, Open

113: Tristan Thompson, Open

120: Blayne Harris, Open

126: Caden Emmot, pinned Gabe Kerns in the first period

132: Hunter Prochaska, defeated Trenton Wray, 11-0

138: Camden Harris, defeated Brandon Rohr, 8-5

145: Chance Sweat, was defeated by Nate Normandin 15-0

152: Zane Colson, pinned Brennan Staab in the first period

160: Braydon Conn, pinned Jordan Finnesy in the first period

170: Blaine Burks, Open

182: Tanner Dougherty, Open

195: River Paul, pinned by Ryan Junkermeier in the first period

220: Creighton Johnson, pinned Jonah Smith in the first period

285: Logan Kadel, Open

Beloit defeated Phillipsburg 45-24: 

106: Mason Fuller, defeated by Aaron Lenker, 15-0

113: Tristan Thompson, pinned Conlee Hugunin in the second period

120: Blayne Harris, defeated Jacob Sisson, 5-2

126: Caden Emmot, pinned Austin Niblock in the third period

132: Hunter Prochaska, defeated Chase Russell, 2-1

138: Camden Harris, pinned by Josh Lenker in the second period

145: Chance Sweat, pinned by Blaine Russell in the first period

152: Zane Colson, pinned Dominic Rudd in the first period

160: Braydon Conn, defeated Matt Kirkendall, 6-1

170: Blaine Burks, pinned Jeremiah Minkler in the first period

182: Tanner Dougherty, defeated by Bodey LeRoux, 18-6

195: River Paul, Open

220: Creighton Johnson, Open

285: Logan Kadel, defeated by Rylan Hays, 6-3

Beloit Junior Varsity:

132: Tre Sneath, pinned Hunter Cole of Plainville, in the first period

138: Landon Kadel, pinned Dalton Sander of Plainville, in the second period

152: Wes Smith, defeated by Chayse McCollough of Plainville, 15-7

145: Landon Kadel, pinned Cole Wenzl of Phillipsburg, in the second period

145: Wes Smith, defeated by Carson Beckman of Phillipsburg, 5-0

220: Camden Waters, defeated by Noah Vankooten of Phillipsburg, 10-0

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