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Four Sailors Notch Perfect Night at East Marshall Triangular

The Sailors traveled to Le Grand on Tuesday night for a pair of road duals. Four Sailors were perfect on the evening, winning both their matchups. Gavin Reed started his night out with a forfeit, and opened up the offense in his second match, earning the tech fall against Hayden Eaton of Grinnell. Max Magayna made quick work of his competition, as he has done all season long. He earned two pins, spending just over three minutes on the mat. Reigning wrestler of the week, Sam Hackett lit up the scoreboard in his first match. He put up a 16-2 major decision, he made quick work of his second match with a first period fall. Carson Hartz battled through both of his matchups on the evening, earning identical 5-1 decisions in both matchups.

Solid performances are becoming routine up and down the lineup, Coach Boleyn believes that is not an accident. “My key word for the guys tonight was believe. Believing in themselves is a huge key for us going forward. We have to believe in ourselves that we are wrestling our best. We have to believe that we can finish strong. We need to believe that we are always in matches, no matter what the score is. If there is time left on the clock, we can still win. I think we have guys that are really believing that the goals that they have set for themselves are within reach. You can see when they are wrestling with that self-confidence, it directly translates to the performance on the mat. We are moving in the right direction, we need to continue to build and reach our peak right in time for the postseason.”

The Sailors ultimately fell short in both duals this evening, Coach Boleyn felt the margins between winning and losing were extremely thin. “We put ourselves in a position to be successful tonight, just came up a bit short. Sometimes it comes down to winning the pre-match coin toss. We felt like we had a solid plan to shuffle guys around to try and pick up some dual wins, we needed to win the toss to have the flexibility to move around how we wanted to. Unfortunately tonight we lost the toss, that really limited what we were able to do, and we came up a little bit short tonight. Proud of how we battled, the matchups just didn’t go our way.”

Columbus is back in action this Thursday for Senior Night. Sailors will host Clear Lake and Tripoli in the BMAP gym. Live stream will be available of the Columbus Wrestling Facebook page.

East Marshall/GMG Dual

106- Mason Burr- L Fall (1:05) to Karter Welsh

113- Gavin Reed- W Forfeit

120- Martin Schmitz- L Fall (0:21) to Brody Augspurger

132- Joseph Kwofie- L Fall (1:22) to Dominick Ridout

138- Sam Hackett- W Maj (16-2) over Kordell Negrete

145- Henry Erie- L Fall (0:33) to Dane Thompson

152- Max Magayna- W Fall (2:25) over Tim Benson

170- Carson Harts- W Dec (5-1) over Samuel Bandstra

182- Fabian Sanudo- L Fall (0:44) to Logan Walton

195- Mason Knipp- W Tech (16-0) over Johnathan Edel

220- Connor Knudtson- L Fall (0:43) to Conner Murty

Final Score: Columbus 24, East Marshall/GMG 48

Grinnell Dual

113- Mason Burr- L Fall (4:52) to Brayden Graff

120- Gavin Reed- W Tech (16-0) over Hayden Eaton

126- Martin Schmitz- W Forfeit

132- Joseph Kwofie- W Fall (0:22) over Wyatt Eaton

138- Sam Hackett- W Fall (0:46) over Blaine Kriegel

145- Henry Erie- L Fall (0:36) to Andres Cantillo

152- Max Magayna- W Fall (0:51) over Eli Rose

170- Carson Hartz- W Dec (5-1) over Max Loveall

182- Fabian Sanudo- L Fall (0:54) to Oliver Louden

195- Mason Knipp- L Fall (1:00) to Wyatt Eaton

220- Connor Knudtson- W Forfeit

Final Score: Columbus 38, Grinnell 42

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