Ki-Be Wrestling Results
Ki-Be 47 Connell 15
This was the biggest winning margin for any Ki-Be wrestling team over Connell in the history of the school. The previous biggest margin was a 39-20 win in 2002.
The best match of the night was between Chris Howell and Alex Gonzalez. After falling into an early hole trailing 6-2, Howell scored a reverse to close the gap to 6-4. After being given 1 point to start the 3rd, Howell recorded his first takedown of Gonzalez to go ahead 7-6. Gonzalez tied the score with and escape, but with 10 seconds left Howell scored his second takedown to win 9-7.
Clay Wilcox found himself in somewhat of the same predicament in the next match, trailing 4-5 after 1 round. From that point on it was total domination of his opponent as he scored 7 unanswered points to win 11-5.
John Kortz wrestled extremely well against Hernan Serra who placed 5th at state last year. Kortz was not able to do much offensively but he did hold Serra to only 4 points.
*103--Museao Lopez (C) p. Edvin Wilson, 1:08.
112--Hernan Serra (C) d. John Kortz, 4-0.
119--Travis Roos (KB) p. Jose Cervantes, 2:28.
125--Matt McCallum (KB) t.f. Eric Lopez, 17-2.
130--David Gonzalez (KB) d. Eddie Landa, 5-1.
135--Robert Palencia (KB) d. Irvin Campos, 7-3.
140--Sheridan McDonald (KB) won by forfeit.
145--Kelvin Schuman (KB) p. Joel Amazola, 2:49.
152--Chris Howell (KB) d. Alex Gonzalez, 9-7.
160--Clay Wilcox (KB) d. Ryan Heinen, 11-5.
171--Dakota Renz (KB) won by forfeit.
189--Joseph Mettling (KB) won by forfeit.
285--Nato Orozco (C) p. Corey Brumbaugh, 3:07.