Homer wrestlers defeat Grace

The host Homer wrestling team defeated Grace Christian 51-27 on Thursday night. Results follow:

189 — Anthony Kalugin, Hom, p. Jackson Tanner, 1:42; 215 — Ryan Hicks, Hom, won by forfeit; 285 — Alex Hicks, Hom, p. Grant Trotter, 1:51; 103 — Zander Moore, Hom, won by forfeit; 112 — John Harris, Gra, t.f. Kayden Crosby, 18-2; 119 — Adam Snow, Gra, won by forfeit; 125 — Austin Cline, Hom, p. Austin Elliott, 0:27; 130 — Russell Nyvall, Hom, dec. Aiden Zingone, 3-1; 135 — Owen Ford, Gra, won by forfeit; 140 — Jude Merriner, Gra, m.d. Afony Reutov, 13-0; 145 — Logan Counts, Hom, p. Kaleb Boyce, 1:24; 152 — Logan Crotts, Gra, p. Cayleb Diaz, 1:57; 160 — Mose Hayes, Hom, p. Andrew Beveridge, 3:06; 171 — Edson Knapp, Hom, p. Gabe DeVries, 3:58.

Exhibition — 189 — Jackson Tanner, Gra, p. Casper Von, 0:43; 285 — Grant Trotter, Gra, p. Nick Barber, 1:56; 160 — Antonin Murachev, Hom, p. Hunter Desoto-Finn, 1:48; 160 — Dakota Moonin, Hom, s.v.-1 Will Kretzschmar, 4-2.

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