NFV wrestlers split at Sumner


TigerHawk 113-pounder Brian Jensen has this South Winn Warrior wrapped up and ready for a fall. The pin came in 5:47 of the final period as NFV whipped SW, 47-27. (Kris Van Sickle photo)



NFV wrestlers split at Sumner



By Jerry Wadian
Sports Editor



The North Fayette wrestling team was almost washed out by Old Man Winter. Both Tuesday’s (Jan. 14) dual meet at Wapsie Valley and the Saturday tournament in Hudson were cancelled by the weather.

Thursday’s double dual in Sumner was postponed for a day, but made up Friday, Jan. 17.

In that meet, the TigerHawks ran their dual streak to 9-0 before falling to two-time defending UIC champion Sumner-Fredericksburg.

NFV opened with a 47-27 win over South Winn. The TigerHawks got pins by Brian Jensen, Nick Wander, Austin DeMuth, and Dalton Lape; Jared Kerr earned a 16-1 technical fall.

With four defending UIC champions in the lineup, S-F won six of the first seven matches. Nick Baumler stopped the bleeding with a major decision. Later, Tyler Johansen and Dalton Lape scored pins to narrow the final margin, 40-28.

NFV 47, SW 27

106- Bradley thrown by Fisher, 1:33. 113- Jensen threw Massman, 5:47. 120- Wander threw King, 1:23. 126- Blue won by forfeit; 132- Kerr tech fall Koenig, 16-1. 138- Bruns, dec. Uribe, 9-4. 145- DeMuth threw Schnuelle, 0:47; 152- Mackey lost, 8-4, to Meyer. 160- Baumler won by forfeit. 170- Guyer thrown by Hageman, 4:00. 182- Caldwell, thrown by Kuboushek, 0:50. 195- Lansing thrown by Brincks, 1:12; 220- Johansen dec. Kipp, 5-1; Hwt- Lape threw Emanuel, 0:47.

S-F 40, NFV 28

113- Jensen lost, 2-0,to Matt; 120- Van Sickle lost, 12-10, to Gienau; 126- Blue won by forfeit; 132- Kerr thrown by Meyer, 3:449; 138- Larson thrown by Kime, 2:44; 145- DeMuth lost, 3-1, (OT) to Seehase; 152- Wander lost, 9-5, to Brandt; 160- Baumler maj. dec. Garnier, 15-5; 170- Guyer lost, 12-2, to Kime; 182- Caldwell thrown by Pagel, 1:16; 195- Lansing thrown by Kohlmeyer, 2:40; 220- Johansen threw Lenz, 1:45; Hwt- Lape threw Lenz, 0:32; 103- Reicks won by forfeit.




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