BROOKLYN — Lynnville-Sully won three of the five contested matches against Sigourney-Keota in Thursday’s wrestling dual, but gave up three forfeits to the Cobras.
The Hawks lost to Sigourney-Keota 29-14 and dropped a 42-12 decision to Thursday’s host BGM. The Bears and Hawks split the four contested matches and BGM had five forfeit wins.
Lynnville-Sully freshman Miles Mintle went 2-0 wrestling at 182 pounds on the night. He racked up a 9-0 major decision over the Cobras’ Dylan Shipley. He won by forfeit in the BGM dual.
The Hawks’ other win against BGM was a 12-second pin by senior Ty Breeden of Alexander Stole at 138 pounds. Breeden wrestled at 145 against S-K’s Trent Hendricks, losing by a fall at the 3:15 mark of the match.
In the Sigourney-Keota dual, Hawk senior Caleb Barnett tallied a 4-2 win over the Cobras’ Cade Streigle at 195 pounds. Senior Evan Squires pinned S-K’s Gavin Bird in 1:09 at 220. Squires was pinned by BGM’s L.J. Henkle late in the second period.
Lynnville-Sully senior Ben Van Wyk faced Sigourney-Keota’s Mason Dye, who is ranked No. 5 at 113 in Class 1A, at 120 pounds Thursday. Dye won by a technical fall, 17-1, in the second period. Van Wyk was pinned by BGM’s Camden Loschen at 120.
The Hawks are slated to compete in Saturday’s Wayne Invitational. Matches begin at 9 a.m.