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Sailors Split Midweek Duals

The Sailor wrestlers traveled to Reinbeck Thursday evening for a triangular dual against East Marshall and Dike New-Hartford. The Sailors would open up the evenings action with a dual against East Marshall. Columbus came out firing on all cylinders, winning 11 out of 12 matches and recording 8 falls to blow the dual wide open taking a 60-12 victory.

In the nightcap dual, Columbus faced off with Dike New-Hartford. On paper this was going to be a closely contested dual between both teams with some interesting matchups at key weights. Both coaching staffs knew it would be close going into the dual, and were prepared to jostle lineups around accordingly to maximize each teams lineups. Whoever won the coin toss was going to take a significant edge into tilting the matchups their way. Unfortunately for the Sailors, DNH would take the flip and stack the lineups to best benefit themselves.

All was not lost for the Sailors however, as they were ready for the challenge in some key matchups. The first key matchup of the night was Carson Hartz, ranked 3rd at 195, he dropped down to a new weight class tonight at 182 pounds and would face off with #6 ranked Zach Adelmund. The first period was an extended feeling out period for both wrestlers, with plenty of fakes to go around but neither wrestler was willing to commit to a deep shot. In the second period, the DNH wrestler chose neutral and was able to hit a double for the opening takedown. Carson would eventually find his range, defending a slide by attempt at the edge of the mat, he would catch his opponent and put him on his back for the takedown with back points. That would be enough of a lead, but Carson would eventually give up an escape in the third, but immediately followed up with a takedown to end the match on top. Carson would take the decision 9-3.

The premier matchup of the evening was at 220 pounds. 1A #2 ranked Mason Knipp would take on 2A #2 ranked Nick Reinicke. The first period was scoreless until just a few seconds were remaining, Knipp found himself in an under hook situation defending a possible throw, when he went for a throw attempt himself with time almost out in the period, the throw was unsuccessful and he surrendered a takedown to end the period. This would put him behind the 8 ball, and giving up another takedown in the second period, he was unable to come up with enough firepower to overcome the lead and would drop this matchup 5-1. Columbus would also fall in this dual 33-45.

The Sailors will be in action on Saturday the 14th, as the Varsity heads to the Hudson Invitational and the JV will be at the Independence Tournament.

Columbus vs East Marshall

138- Gavin Reed- W Fall 1:51 over Connor Hassin

145- Jonathan Hackett- W Fall 2:49 over Ty Fuller

152- CJ Schuman- W Fall 0:47 over Ittibi Imachokmah

160- Gage Gelner- L Fall 3:54 to Roberts Javin

170- Max Magayna- W Fall 1:09 over Johnathan Edel

182- Carson Hartz- W Fall 1:22 over Drew Wheater

195- Henry Erie- W Dec 5-3 to Drake Gartin

220- Mason Knipp- W Fall 0:12 over Wyatt Stalzer

285- Connor Knudtson- W Fall 0:20 over Alex Bautista

120- Joe Hackett- W Fall 1:50 over Jordan Meling

126- Mason Burr- W Dec 10-5 over Xavier Slifer

132- Calvin Smith- W Forfeit

Columbus 60 East Marshall 12

Columbus vs Dike New-Hartford

152- CJ Schuman- L Fall 1:14 to Ty Deering

160- Gage Gelner- L Fall 0:25 to Jace Aneweer

170- Max Magayna- W Fall 0:33 over Lucas Hurley

182- Carson Hartz- W Dec 9-3 over Zach Adelmund

195- Henry Erie- W Fall 1:35 over Lane Girsch

220- Mason Knipp- L Dec 5-1 to Nick Reinicke

285- Connor Knudtson- L Fall 2:52 to Wil Textor

126- Mason Burr- W Fall 0:56 over Colton Foast

132- Gavin Reed- W Dec 6-0 over Jake Reicks

138- Calvin Smith- L Fall 3:59 to Issac Baer

145- Jonathan Hackett- W Fall 1:00 over Antuan Deering

Columbus 33 DNH 45

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