SoHi wrestling takes down Kenai in dual meet

  • By Staff Report
  • Tuesday, December 1, 2015 11:49pm
  • Sports

The Soldotna Stars rolled to a 57-15 wrestling dual victory over Kenai Central Tuesday night at Kenai Central High School.

Austin (182 pounds) and Logan Schrader (138) of Soldotna both recorded pins on their opponents. Austin managed to pin Kenai’s Seth Kruse in 3 minutes, 49 seconds, while Logan pinned Kenai’s Keaton Logston in 1:23.

SoHi was also the beneficiary of six forfeited matches, which amounted to 36 points.

 

Soldotna 57, Kenai Central 15

98 — Logan Craig, Sol, forf; 106 — Charles Meyer, Sol, dec. Natalie Chavez, Ken, 8-4; 113 — Gideon Hutchison, Sol, forf; 120 — double forf; 126 — Jacob Anderson, Ken, forf; 132 — Seth Hutchison, Sol, forf; 138 — Logan Schrader, Sol, p. Keaton Logston, Ken, 1:23; 145 — Braeden Tennis, Sol, forf; 152 — Bechler Metcalf, Sol, forf; 160 — Keyshawn McEnerny, Ken, dec. Talon Musgrave, Sol, 4-2; 170 — Byron Dunham, Ken, dec. Brennan Werner, Sol, 9-7; 182 — Austin Schrader, Sol, p. Seth Kruse, Ken, 3:49; 195 — Paul Wilcox, Sol, over Tyrone McEnerney, Ken, inj. time; 220 — Jared Knight, Sol, forf; 285 — Zach Koziczkowski, Ken, dec. Dalton Best, Sol, 3-1.

 

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