Friday, January 11, 2013

Hailey wrestlers roll to dual wins

Over Filer, Wendell

Wood River High School’s wrestling team earned a couple of dual meet wins Wednesday night at Filer by scores of 66-18 over the home team, and also 66-12 over the Wendell Trojans.

“Our guys came out on fire,” said Wood River coach Shawn Huntington. “Every contested match in the two dual meets was decided by a pin.”

Thursday’s snow postponed the scheduled Great Basin Conference battle between Wood River and Minico in Rupert. The meet will be rescheduled.

Against Filer, Wood River recorded seven pins—four in the first round—and won by forfeit in four of the 15 weight classes. In the Wendell meet, the Wolverines posted eight pins—six in the first round—and had three forfeit wins.

Wolverine senior Storm Anderson at 170/182 pounds had the quickest pins, needing only 47 seconds and 38 seconds. Also pinning twice were Tim Boyle at 120/126, Cooper Bailey at 132, Jared Anderson in 1:10 and 0:53 at 138, Tommy Bailey at 152 and Thomas Heiden at 220 pounds.

Jackson Toothman had a 1:49 pin at 195 against Filer. Chris Carnes, at 285, won by 1:20 pin against Wendell and Ryan Anderson scored a 1:40 pin against Wendell at 106.

Picking up two forfeit wins were Colby Castle at 98 pounds and Kaleb Guisasola at 113. Also wrestling for Hailey were Kyle Clark 160, Jake Halopoff 145 and Josh King at 182/195.

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