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Posted by Tom on 2013/1/15 8:07:21 (427 reads) News by the same author

The Trenton wrestling team will HOST Brookfield and Polo in a Tuesday night triangular at Trenton High School, and comes into the competition with its best momentum of the season, after a 41-23 win at Marceline on Thursday night, January 10th.

There were OPEN weights for Trenton at 106, 195, and 220 pounds, however the Tigers only picked up points at 106 pounds, with Dalton Fisher getting the forfeit win. Both teams had OPEN weights at 195 and 220 pounds, while Trenton earned points with Jacob Spillman by forfeit at 182 pounds, and Trey Shields of Trenton picked up a forfeit win at 152 pounds, with Marceline having "open weights".

One of the most dominant mat wins for THS on the night came from quickly improving heavyweight Terrin Ellis, who took all over 27 seconds to pin Marceline's Michael Arnold. Other Bulldog PINS came from Carlos Gonzalez at 113 pounds (:41 over Eric Thurman), Travis Leeper at 145 pounds (:24 over Nathan Fore), and Thomas Mack at 170 pounds (1:31 over Tanner Sims).

At 160 pounds, Trenton's Mason Mounce won by 21-5 technical fall over Bo Hustead. Marceline's on-the-mat winners were Lane White at 120 pounds (by pin at 1:50 over Colby Weaver), Kyle Bell at 126 pounds (by 8-1 decision over Wynne DeVorss), Austin Moudy at 126 pounds (12-2 major decision over Dalton Ellis), Nate Florine at 138 pounds (by 14-2 major decision over Caleb Feagins).

Tuesday night's Brookfield, Polo, and Trenton triangular wrestling competition from the THS gymnasium begins at 6 o'clock.

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