Despite being short-handed and having several wrestlers barely miss weight, Oak Grove nearly doubled up Rockhurst Tuesday.

Despite being short-handed and having several wrestlers barely miss weight, Oak Grove nearly doubled up Rockhurst Tuesday.
The visiting Panthers won eight matches in a 45-24 win at Rockhurst.
“We had to make some adjustments,” Panthers coach Bob Glasgow said. “(Dylan) Meisenheimer is still a little bit sore from the Platte County Tournament, so we were a little short-handed. But we got the job done and now we move on.”
Mitchell Bradley (112), Caleb Titus (130), Kodie Morgason (135), Taylor Danner (160), Riley Glasgow (215) and Sean Thompson (285) all recorded pins, while Darrick Smith (171) received a forfeit win. Chase Wrisinger (140) won a decision.
The Hawklets beat Oak Grove in the junior varsity match, 27-25.
PARK HILL 59, WILLIAM CHRISMAN 16: Host William Chrisman had problems with the No. 1 team in the state Tuesday.
And five open weight classes didn’t help matters much.
Matt Wheaton (171) and Blane Peck (125) both earned pins, while Nate Tuione (285) won a major decision in the Suburban Big Six loss.
“Our kids competed extremely well,” Chrisman coach Mick Cronk said. “Our kids that won had some major wins. We’re not training hard for districts.”
Park Hill also won the JV match, 51-24.
LIBERTY 56, BLUE SPRINGS SOUTH 10: A tired Blue Springs South team could not put up much fight against Suburban Big Seven foe Liberty Tuesday.
“We wrestled flat tonight,” South coach Doug Black said. “We have some kids banged up that we need to get healthy. But we’ve still got to get in there. When the going gets tough, we’ve got to get going. They really took it at us tonight”
Ian Storey (140) won a major decision, while E.J. Merlo (171) and Adam Halliday (189) both won decisions for the Jaguars.
Liberty won the JV dual 52-24.