The Lee’s Summit North wrestling team’s experience was too much for Blue Springs South Tuesday.
The host Broncos recorded four pins and capitalized on six forfeits to rout the Jaguars 66-10.
“We were definitely outclassed tonight,” Jaguars coach Doug Black said. “One thing that we were hoping for as a staff coming into the dual already giving up 36 points was having the kids come out and compete hard and that they did. … You could definitely see our inexperience tonight show up against some of the better upperclassmen in the conference. They have some pretty solid young men and it showed tonight. … We can move forward and learn from this experience and it will make us better in the long run.”
Owen Moore (220 pounds), David Spiller (132) and Trey Robinson (138) each recorded first-period pins for North. Zane Ragland (182) had a second-period pin and Harmon Brown (113) won a 15-11 decision and Javy Gutierrez (145) prevailed 8-2.
Cooper Boyles (195) won a 21-11 major decision and Dalton Burner (106) won a forfeit for South’s wins.
FORT OSAGE 76, RUSKIN 3: Fort Osage registered nine pins to cruise to a Suburban Middle Seven dual win over host Ruskin Wednesday.
Kyle LeHotta (113), Dylan Reed (126), Josh Rieck (152), Jeremiah Phillips (160), Jake Jones (195), Gavin Roller (220) and Stevie Gabb (285) each recorded first-period pins.
Keegan Emrick (106) and Ethan Gotch (138) also won by fall, and David Jacquez (170) won a 15-7 major decision.
TRUMAN 42, WINNETONKA 30: Winnetonka pulled within 33-30 with two matches left, but Sterling Trawick and David Brack made sure Truman held on for a home dual victory Tuesday.
Trawick (220) claimed a 5-4 decision and Brack (285) won with a second-period pin to seal the victory.
Branden Browning (126) took just 29 seconds to record a pin, while Nathan Noda (152) won in 46 seconds. Colton Treloar (182) won an 11-6 decision and the Patriots took advantage of three forfeits.
BLUE SPRINGS 37, LEE’S SUMMIT WEST 24: Blue Springs won six matches on the mat to top Suburban Big Six foe Lee’s Summit West Tuesday.
Korbin Shepherd (126) and Jason Gross (132) each won with first-period pins to lead the Wildcats. Corbin Katamura (182) won a 14-10 decision, Brock Sullivan (285) prevailed 4-0, Keegan Hodge (136) won 7-3 and Jaxson McIntyre (145) won 10-2.
GRAIN VALLEY INVITATIONAL: Fort Osage had a pair of individual champions to claim the title of the Grain Valley Invitational Saturday.
The Indians totaled 211 points to claim the title, while host Grain Valley finished second at 181.
Fort Osage’s Josh Rieck topped Grain Valley’s Cameron Mickelson with a third-period pin to claim the 152-pound title. Stevie Gabb pinned Grain Valley’s Donovan McBride in 2:30 to win the 285-pound crown.
Keegan Emrick (106), Waylon Mansfield (126) and Jake Jones (182) each took second for the Indians. Haley Ward (132) took third wrestling against the boys, earning a pin in her third-place match.
Dylan Reed (120), Ethan Gotch (138), Jesse Newton (145) and Jeremiah Phillips (160) also took third for Fort Osage.
Dru Azcona (113) and Trenton Starr (126) each claimed titles for Grain Valley. Thomas Barrett (132) also finished second and Tanner Barker (106), Brock Smith (113), Drake Tipton (170) and Hunter Newsom (182) each captured third place for the host Eagles.