Friday, December 7, 2012

Hailey wrestlers beat Kimberly, Century

First dual meets in Pocatello

Picking up plenty of points in the upper weight s, the Wood River High School wrestling team debuted its 2012-13 dual meet season Wednesday with 42-34 and 57-24 wins over Kimberly and Century, at Pocatello.

Seniors Tommy Bailey (152 pounds), Storm Anderson (182) and Thomas Heiden (195) and junior Kyle Clark (160) earned two pins apiece on the evening for the Wolverines. Senior Chris Carnes (185) added a forfeit and a pin, while sophomore Jackson Toothman won twice.

Coach Shawn Huntington said, “It was a solid start to the season as we look forward to competing in the Bucks Bags tournament at Boise’s Capital High School this weekend.”

Against Kimberly (3-1), Wood River managed only a forfeit win by freshman Ryan Anderson at 106 in the lower eight weight classes. Tommy Bailey’s pin at 152 got Wood River going on a streak of four pins and two forfeits in the seven upper weight classes.

Wood River piled up eight pins (Ryan Anderson, Kaleb Guisasola, Cooper Bailey, Tommy Bailey, Clark, Storm Anderson, Heiden and Carnes) in the Century dual, plus a Toothman decision at 182 and a forfeit win by Tim Boyle at 126.



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