Scott City, Kan. (westernkansasnews.com)–It was a final tuneup before regional competition on Thursday night for both Scott City and Cimarron at Scott Community High School. While there were only nine head to head matches wrestled, the homestanding Beavers took five of the nine matches, and doubled up the Bluejays 48-24 in front a of a big crowd. There were also 11 matches wrestled during the dual that featured youth from the Scott City Takedown Club and the Gray County Wrestling Club, that saw the future look good for both schools.
One senior for Scott City took the home mat for the final time. That was Jarret Jurgens at 160 pound, as he won by a second period fall. The Beavers won all five of their head to head battles by fall, while Cimarron’s four wins wrestled won by decision two times.
With the dual win, Scott City finished the season with a dual record of 9-0.
Both teams will compete at the Class 3-2-1A Regional Wrestling Tournament next Friday and Saturday, February 16-17 at the Max Jones Fieldhouse in Goodland.
106: Both Teams Open
113: Brandon Roberts, Scott City, won by forfeit
120: Braidyn Lynn, Cimarron, won by forfeit
126: Loren Faurot, Scott City, won by fall over Adam McPhail, Cimarron, 1:14
132: Kaden Wren, Scott City, won by fall over Alex McPHail, Cimarron, 1:09
138: Theron Tucker, Scott City, won by forfeit
145: Noah Kliesen, Scott City, won by forfeit
152: Tate Seabolt, Cimarron, won by dec over Caleb VanDegrift, Scott City, 8-3
160: Jarret Jurgens, Scott City, won by fall over Garet Walker, Cimarron, 2:45
170: Wyatt Hayes, Scott City, won by fall over Josh Griffin, Cimarron, :21
182: Dylan Newton, Cimarron, won by fall over Cale Goodman, Scott City, 1:10
195: Josh Seabolt, Cimarron, won by dec over Kyle Sherwood, Scott City, 4-1
220: Derek Bogner, Cimarron, won by fall over Taylor Heili, Scott City, :45
285: Gabe Bowers, Scott City, won by fall over Chris Inguanza, Cimarron, :48
Coach Jon Lippelmann
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