STORY CITY — Colfax-Mingo’s wrestlers hit the mat for the first time after a long layoff against Saydel and Roland-Story on Thursday night. C-M took losses to both schools, falling 56-3 to the home Norsemen and 58-21 to the Eagles.
“It looked like we hadn’t wrestled for awhile. We need to raise our intensity and focus to be competitive. We fought hard in some losses, but need far more effort in several spots,” Tigerhawks coach Bryan Poulter said.
C-M’s lone win against the Norsemen came from Jaden Sokolowski, who won a 5-0 decision. Against the Eagles, Brandon Byal took the 285-pound bout with a pin in 4 minutes, 6 seconds. Brett Stevens won a 9-1 decision in the 113-pound matchup. Will Dunsbergen, Cody Brodka and MacCauley Mosher all won by forfeit.
C-M will be at Monroe for Prairie City-Monroe’s Invitational Saturday.