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The rescheduled Lewis & Clark Conference wrestling tournament for the Trojan and Lady Trojan wrestlers was held on Monday, Jan. 23 in Creighton with both teams submitting competitors.
All wrestlers on both Wakefield teams placed at the event.
The Wakefield boys team took sixth place overall and the girls won 16th in the team standings with 26 teams taking the mat this year.
Individual results from the Lewis & Clark Conference tournament included:
115: Natalee Ramirez submitted her tournament for medical forfeit. She received the fourth-place medal.
125: Maria Perez won 5-1 over Schultz of West Point-Beemer; lost by pin to Thein of Madison; lost by pin to McGillivray of Stanton and lost by pin to Holtz of West Point-Beemer. Perez won third-place.
130: Michala Beaty lost by pin to Hansen of Stanton; lost by pin to Olson of Quad County; lost by pin to Boell; lost by pin to Perez-Ramirez; and lost by pin to Dorado of Madison. Beaty won sixth-place.
140: Mayte Flores Garcia lost by pin to Butterfield of Stanton; pinned Whitley of LDNE; pinned Russman of Winser-Pilger and lost by pin to Zeleny of Oakland-Craig. Flores Garcia won third-place.
145: Briana Martinez submitted her tournament as medical forfeit, and received the seventh-place medal.
Trojan Results at Conference
113: Samuel Chase pinned Fischer of Wakefield; won 15-2 in major decision over Carlson of Winside; and won by pin over Burtt of Winnebago. Chase won first-place.
113: Lane Fischer lost by pin to Chase of Wakefield; lost 8-6 to Burtt of Winnebago and lost 16-4 in major decision to Carlson of Winside. Fischer won fourth-place.
126: Franco Tapia lost by pin to Robles of Winnebago; pinned Beavers of Ponca; lost by pin to Aschoff of Osmond and pinned Barclay of Homer. Tapia won third-place.
132: Jerimiah Reimers lost by pin to Mosel of Plainview; lost by pin to Carlson of Winside and lost 6-0 to Olson of Quad County Northeast. Reimers won fourth-place.
138: Isaac Walsh lost by pin to Mosel of Plainview; lost by pin to Chase of Wakefield; lost by pin to Bass of Winnebago; lost by pin to Eledge of Quad County and lost by pin to Hanvey of Creighton. Walsh received sixth-place.
138: Caleb Chase won 8-5 over Bass of Winnebago; pinned Walsh of Wakefield; pinned Hanvey of Creighton; lost by pin to Mosel of Plainview; and pinned Eledge of Quad County Northeast. Chase won second-place.
145: Kade McWhorter lost by pin to Leija; lost by pin to True of Osmond; lost by pin to Watkins of Tri County Northeast; lost by pin to Shadbolt of Homer and won with a bye. McWhorter took the seventh-place medal.
152: Domingo Centino pinned Fischer of Wakefield; lost by pin to Wortman of Quad County Northeast; lost by pin to Frahm of Plainview and lost 7-5 in sudden victory 1 to Schamp of Ponca. Centino won third-place.
152: Kolton Fischer lost by pin to Centino of Wakefield; lost by pin to Frahm of Plainview; pinned Schamp of Ponca and lost by pin to Wortman of Quad County Northeast. Fischer took fourth-place.
160: Diego Rubelcaba lost by pin to Vego of Wakefield; lost by pin to Jensen of Quad County; lost by pin to Monteith of TCNE; and lost by pin to Ickler of Plainview. Rubelcaba won fifth-place.
160: Ruben Vego pinned Rubelcaba of Wakefield; lost by pi to Ickler of Plainview; lost by pin to Jensen of Quad County and pinned Monteith of TCNE. Vego won third-place.
170: Ronnie Ramirez lost by pin to Doerr of Plainview; lost by pin to Backer of Quad County Northeast; and lost by pin to Sellin of Winside. Ramirez took fourth-place.
The Wakefield Trojan boys’ wrestling team traveled to Madison for a wrestling invitational on Friday, Jan. 20, picking up 27.5 team points on some placing finished by the local grapplers.
Wakefield’s team put together enough points for a 12th place tie out the 14 teams that were at the event. Columbus Lakeview took first-place honors with 188 team points. Other teams included Logan View, Crofton, Boone Central, Wisner Pilger, West Point-Beemer, Howells Dodge, Madison, Cedar Catholic, Stanton, Grand Island JV, Bancroft-Rosalie and Twin River.
Samuel Chase won a fourth-place medal at 113, and Franco Tapia won a sixth-place medal at 126.
Individual results from Madison included:
113: Lane Fischer lost by pin to Lampman of Wisner-PIlger; won with a bye; and lost to Schroder of Twin River by pin.
113: Samuel Chase lost by pin to Sauser of Crofton; won with a bye; won by tech fall, 19-2 over Palmer of Logan View; won 6-4 over Mauch of Boone Central; pinned Sauser of Crofton; and lost by pin to Renner of West Point-Beemer. Chase won fourth-place.
126: Franco Tapia won with a bye; lost by pin to Peters of Logan View; won 6-2 over Coufal of Howells-Dodge; won 3-1 over Wobken of Logan View; lost by pin to Lutjelusche of Columbus Lakeview; and lost by pin to Hollander of Crofton. Tapia won sixth-place.
138: Isaac Walsh lost by pin to Pilakowski of Columbus Lakeview; won with a bye; and lost by pin to Hochstein of Cedar Catholic.
138: Caleb Chase won 2-1 over Perez of Boone Centra; lost by pin to Evert of West Point-Beemer; won by pin over Kment of Stanton and lost 10-0 in major decision to Guenther of Crofton.
145: Kade McWhorter lost by pin to Woitazewski of Wisner-Pilger; won with a bye; lost by pin to Milton of Stanton.
152: Domingo Centino lost by pin to Sloup of Columbus Lakeview; pinned Ramirez of West Point-Beemer and lost by pin to Dolezal of Bancroft-Rosalie.
160: Diego Rubelcaba lost by pin to Poppe of Wisner-Pilger; and lost 6-3 to Dominguez of Madison.
160: Ruben Vego lost by pin to Tramp of Crofton and lost 8-7 to Hanson of Madison.
170: Ronnie Ramirez lost by pin to Bensen of Cedar Catholic; won with a bye; and lost by pi to Buschkamp of Crofton.