ST. JOSEPH – Both the Lakeview and the Battle Creek Central wrestling teams went 2-0 on Wednesday night at the St. Joseph quad meet.
The Spartans first defeated host St. Joseph (46-22), then went on to beat Benton Harbor (60-12). With the wins, Lakeview moves to a perfect 12-0 on the season.
Battle Creek Central also defeated St. Joseph (45-33) and Benton Harbor (52-18) at the meet, and had seven wrestlers win both matches. Francisco Lemus (112), Chris Thompson (119), Antonio Postell (135), Konrad Hester (140), Quentin Thrash (145), Brandon Crum (171), and Thomas Williams (285) each went 2-0 on the night individually for the Bearcats.
For the Spartans, Armando Callejas (103), Daniel New (119), Brendan Stevens (125), Augustine VanLianuk (130), Anthony Barron (135), Collier Lynn-Hillman (145), and Zack Norstrom (189) all won two matches in the meet.
(AT) JACKSON NORTHWEST 42, PENNFIELD 35: In this Interstate Eight meet, five Panthers won matches via pin, including Kurtis Babcock (119), Jacob Howard (145), Dilan Hoffman (189), Scott Greene (215), and Collin Prideaux (285). Also for Pennfield, Jaycob Herpin (130) won his match by technical fall.
MARSHALL 45, (at) JACKSON LUMEN CHRISTI 32: The Redhawks picked up the victory in this league matchup on Wednesday. For Marshall, Cam Dexter (145), Corey Dexter (215), and Owen Miller (285) recorded pins in their matches, while Felipe Martinez (112) won his match with an 8-5 decision.
DELTON KELLOGG 40, SCHOOLCRAFT 27: For the Panthers, Curtis Meinke (103), Jake Bever (119), Robbie Madden (125), Andrew Kapteyn (130), Brogan Smith (152), Jake Reed (160), Tyden Ferris (215), and Esteban Villalobos (285) won their matches in the win over Schoolcraft.
CLIMAX-SCOTTS 61, GOBLES 18: The Climax-Scotts/Martin co-op team won eight matches via forfeit against Gobles. Winning matches for Climax-Scotts were Jordan Tutt (130), Zack Mobley (145), Zach Scholly (189), and Ethan SImmons (215).
ATHENS QUAD: The Indians defeated Camden-Frontier (51-6) and Bellevue (54-12) in Wednesday night’s quad meet. Against Camden-Frontier, Jacob Roberts (145) and Benjamin Reed (215) won via pins, while Logan Costie (135) won a 14-7 decision. In the victory over Bellevue, Reed (215), Costie (135), and Corey Warner (171) pinned their opponents. For Bellevue, Easton Massimino won his match against Athens with a 29-second pin.
(AT) OTSEGO 114, MARSHALL 76 (TUE.): The honorable mention Redhawks fell short against the No. 10 ranked Bulldogs on Tuesday, but had 45 lifetime-best swims on the night. Marshall’s next meet will be at home against Harper Creek next Tuesday.
PENNFIELD 21, (at) PARMA WESTERN 9 (TUE.): Pennfield won its first two games to take a 15-0 lead on Tuesday, but Parma Western won the first baker game. In the second baker game, Pennfield won by one pin to secure their victory. The Panthers best individual game came from sophomore Megan Elwell with a 213, while Haley Hooper had games of 169 and 173 on the night.
BRONSON 27, KALAMAZOO CHRISTIAN 3: The Vikings won both baker games with scores of 189 and 126 during Wednesday’s victory. Individually, Brandon Hyska scored a team-best 427 (214, 213) in his two games, while Tyler Wirtz bowled a 373 (202, 171), Joseph Weigt had a 267 (113, 154), and Ryan Wisman rolled a 247 (111, 136).
PENNFIELD 24, (at) PARMA WESTERN 6 (TUE.): At Airport Lanes in Jackson, Bailey Neal bowled a 419 series, while James Rouff had a 403 series, and Tyler Hooper added a 393. Parma Western and Pennfield split the first two games, but Pennfield claimed the series to take a 9-6 lead. In the baker games, the Panthers started out with an excellent 230 game and finished with a 402 series.
HASTINGS 56, MAPLE VALLEY 16: In the non-conference loss, Payton Schrader scored a team-best five points.
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