Iowa Lakes Wrestlers Win Pair Of Duals
WORTHINGTON, MN – The Iowa Lakes Community College Wrestlers won a pair of dual meets Tuesday night, Nov. 12, in action at Minnesota West Community and Technical College in Worthington. The Lakers defeated Minnesota West by a 52-0 tally and defeated Ridgewater Community College by a 38-6 tally.
In action against Minnesota West, 125 pounder Lamont Wilson pinned Terrance Works and at 133 pounds, George Farmah received a forfeit victory.
In action at 141 pounds Tyson Leon received a forfeit victory and at 149 pounds, Andres Gonzalez earned a 10-1 Major Decision victory over Lamont Cannon.
The Lakers’ Preston Stephenson, wrestling at 157 pounds, earned a 4-3 decision win over Jared Nickman. At 165, Cody Ritner of the Lakers received a win by forfeit and at 174 pounds, Yehia Riles claimed a 3-1 decision over Jessie Regalado.
In action at 184 pounds, Kieran Maakestad won by fall over Taerou George , while at 197 pounds, Wesley Schults pinned Michael Lewis. Rounding out the action at 285 pounds was Guy Henson, who pinned Lavez Burton to give the Lakers the 52-0 team victory.
Against Ridgewater Community College, Iowa Lakes posted the 38-6 win.
The action started at 125 pounds with Lamont Wilson earning a 12-6 decision over Keinnan Thacker. At 133 pounds, George Farmah won by fall over Logan Crosby. Tyson Leon would score a win by fall over Brian McDonald in action at 141 pounds.
At 149 pounds, Andres Gonzales won a 14-2 Major Decision over Jacob Backlund and at 157 pounds, Preston Stephenson scored a win by fall over Travis Deegan.
Zach Revier of Ridgewater would earn a 6-2 decision win over the Lakers’ Cody Ritner in action at 165 pounds, but at 174 pounds, Yehia Riles claimed a 19-2 Technical Fall against Brandon Bratsch.
Ridgewater’s Estevan Navarro won a 6-4 decision over Kieran Maakestad in the 184 pound match, but at 197 pounds, Wesley Schultz scored a 17-2 Technical Fall win over Augustine Hahn .
Rounding out the action at 285 pounds, Guy Henson won a 6-2 decision over John Wittman to close out the dual with the 38-6 final.