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‘Good team basketball’ gives L-S girls victory over EV (Hometown Press article)

posted Jan 11, 2018, 5:58 PM by Shane Ehresman


The Lynnville-Sully girls came off Christmas break, tucking another win under their belts after defeating the English Valleys Bears 52-29 on Friday, Jan. 5.

The Hawks jumped on the Bears early, allowing only two points in the first quarter and leading 29-11 at the half.

The Hawks maintained their lead, and the game ended 52-29.

Sophomore Mallory Loftus led in scoring with 13 points. Junior Carson Fisk had a double-double with 12 points and 11 rebounds. Senior Mariah Vos put up 11 points and was one rebound short of a double-double. Both Vos and Fisk swiped three steals. Freshman Krystal Van Dyke chipped in four points.

"I thought we played good team basketball," said L-S Head Coach Jerry Hulsing. "Defensively, we were ready to help when needed and did an okay job of communicating."

Junior Shiloh Cunningham contributed seven of the Hawks' 11 free throws, and senior Camryn Russell cashed in the only made three-pointer of the night.

Senior Camryn Russell steals the ball from English Valleys with help on defense from Junior Shiloh Cunninham.

"Offensively, we moved the ball fairly well and got some good looks from our offense," commented Hulsing. "We missed several bunnies, and I thought we rushed our outside shots and we need to be better at the line."

The L-S girls are in the midst of a week-long break. They’ll host Grand View Christian (5-7) this Friday and then be at Montezuma (10-2) next Tuesday, Jan.16. The Hawks will be looking to improve on their first meeting with Montezuma early in the season when L-S fell 50-25.

Sophomore Mallory Loftus protects the ball from her English Valleys defender in Friday's 52-29 road victory.

Second half of season starts with a ‘W’ for L-S boys (Hometown Press article)

posted Jan 11, 2018, 5:57 PM by Shane Ehresman


The Lynnville-Sully boys basketball team started off the second half of their season strong after a swift win over 0-11 English Valleys on Friday, Jan. 5.

A strong start was a key component in the Hawks’ 79-16 win as they entered into the second quarter leading 36-3. Soon after, they initiated continuous clock and quickly arrived at their victory.

Senior Jesse Van Wyk led with 21 points and shot an impressive .900 for the game. Juniors Grant Wehrle and Tyson Vander Linden and sophomore Blaize Kuhlmann each chipped in six points. Junior Rylan James had four blocks. Hansen contributed four of the Hawks’ 22 steals along with 14 points.

"The guys did a nice job defensively," said L-S Head Coach Nick Harthoorn. "We were able to create a lot of turnovers, which resulted in easy baskets."

The Hawks took care of the ball, limiting turnovers to 12. They also shot 50 percent from the three-point arc and made 14 of 19 free throws.

"The boys did a good job sharing the basketball offensively," commented Harthoorn. "It was good to see everyone contribute to the win."

Senior Corey McCoy grabs the ball from an EV player.

The 9-1 Hawks were set to host Iowa Valley (3-6) on Tuesday, Jan. 9, and will also play host to Grand View Christian this Friday, Jan. 12. The Hawks will need to be at the top of their game on Friday as GVC, 10-0, is one of the top teams in Class 1A this season.

Senior Jesse Van Wyk gets past his English Valleys opponent as he goes up strong for a shot at the hoop, Van Wyk accumulated 21 pointes in the win.


Hawk wrestlers fall to C-M and S-K, beat host HLV (Hometown Press article)

posted Jan 11, 2018, 5:55 PM by Shane Ehresman


Hawk wrestlers fall to C-M and S-K, beat host HLV

The Hawk wrestlers returned to the mat after Christmas break with a quadrangular dual at Victor against HLV, Colfax-Mingo, and Sigourney-Keota on Thursday, Jan. 4. After tying with HLV in the first round, the Hawks were awarded the dual win since they had more takedowns. L-S then fell short to both C-M and S-K. With only six wrestlers in the lineup, the Hawks struggled to get points on the boards.

“Due to some injuries and sickness, we had some open spots in the lineup that we normally don’t have,” said L-S Coach Jason Walston. “It was good to get back on the mat, but we have a lot more to work on.”

At 160 pounds for the Hawks was freshman Lane Mathis, who went 3-0. Mathis earned a forfeit against both HLV and C-M. Mathis then went on to pin Jesse Fritz of S-K in 1:07.

Senior Sage Zylstra controls Nate Schuster of Sigourney-Keota in a match at HLV last week. Zylstra pinned Schuster and finished the night at 3-0.

Senior Sage Zylstra also went 3-0 on the night at 170 pounds. Zylstra earned a forfeit against HLV, then went on to pin Xavier Anderson of C-M in 3:07. Against S-K, Zylstra pinned Nate Schuster in 3:53.

Senior Carson Dunsbergen went 2-1 on the night. Dunsbergen fell in the first dual to Caden Fontinel of HLV in 0:52. Dunsbergen went on to pin both of his opponents from C-M and S-K.

“It felt good to be back at it after break, but the team’s conditioning could use some work. I’m excited to get into the post-season,” said Dunsbergen.

Freshman CJ Snethen at 120 pounds also went 2-1. Snethen received a forfeit against HLV, fell to Cauy Fitch of C-M in 1:35, and pinned Gidien Goff of S-K in 0:39.

Senior Carson Dunsbergen pins his opponent from Sigourney-Keota at the quad in Victor last Thursday, Jan. 4. Dunsbergen went 2-1 that night.

Coaches vs Cancer T-Shirts order are Due January 8th.

posted Jan 4, 2018, 11:59 AM by webmaster@lshawks.org

Coaches vs cancer game will the Colfax game on January, 23.  T-Shirt orders can be purchased by Clicking Here.  The money from the sales with be donated back to fighting cancer.

Festive holiday songs highlight winter concert (Hometown Press article)

posted Dec 22, 2017, 4:17 PM by webmaster@lshawks.org   [ updated Dec 22, 2017, 4:22 PM ]


Festive holiday songs highlight winter concert

Parents, family, friends, and community supporters filled the high school gym on Thursday, Dec. 14, for the middle and high school winter concert, the second concert of the year for this age group. The concert was appropriately winter themed and showed in the students’ dress choices – Christmas sweaters, Santa hats, and more matched the season.

The high school jazz band kicked off the concert with performances of “Basin Street Blues” by Paul Jennings, which featured junior Garrett Cross in a solo, “Beauty and the Beast” by Sammy Nestico, and “Jingle Bell Rock” by Belwin, featuring Jacob Morningstar as a soloist.

The sixth-graders’ Orff Ensemble performed on multiple xylophones and other rhythm instruments with poems spoken by individual students.

The sixth-grade band then performed three pieces titled “Sakura, Sakura,” “Up on a Housetop,” and “Jolly Old St. Nicholas.”

The junior high choir followed, singing “Candy Cane Lane” by Teresa Jennings, “Be Grateful” by T. Jennings featuring Abby Squires in a solo, and “Sing for Joy” by Mike Wilson.

Following the choir was the junior high band. They played two pieces titled “St. Nick’s March” by John Edmundson and “O Christmas Tree” by Clark Taylor. The high school band then joined them to perform “Silent Night” by James Swearingen.

The last band performance of the night featured the high schoolers performing “Jingle Bells Rhapsody” by Pierpont-Walters, “American Christmas Festival” by Frank Erickson, and “Nutcracker Suite” by Tchaikowsky.

“It’s great to see everything come together in a concert. It’s the night where all of our hard work finally pays off,” said senior band member Josh Dunsbergen.

Closing the concert, the high school choir sang three songs: “Thirty Second Fa La La” by Donald Moore, Next, “Carol of the Bells” by M. Leontovich featuring soloists Emma Wipf and Dylan Huyser, and “Something Told the Wild Geese.”

“I really enjoyed participating in all the different performances and loved the Christmas spirit,” said senior choir and band member Rebecca Morningstar.


L-S boys dominate BGM, physical Keota team (Hometown Press article)

posted Dec 22, 2017, 4:16 PM by webmaster@lshawks.org


L-S boys dominate BGM, physical Keota team

The Lynnville-Sully boys remain undefeated in the SICL Conference after facing BGM and Keota in the past week.

BGM

Senior Brevin Hansen lays up a shot in last Tuesday’s game against BGM. He finished the night with 16 points as the Hawks’ No. 2 scorer. L-S won the game over BGM, 77-41.

When the BGM Bears visited Sully on Tuesday, Dec. 12, they came into the game with a 1-3 record, looking to upset the Hawks on the their home court. The Hawks put those hopes away quickly as they jumped out to a 22-2 lead in the first quarter. The L-S boys rolled with that momentum the rest of the night and won the game 77-41.

“The guys played a nice first half,” said L-S Coach Nick Harthoorn. “Our defensive intensity was solid. We are doing a better job of keeping opponents out of the paint on penetration. Offensively, we are moving the basketball and getting high percentage shots.”

The Hawks shot 50 percent from the field on 25-of-50 shooting. The leading scorer on the night was senior Jesse Van Wyk with 17 points, eight of them coming from the free-throw line. Fellow senior Brevin Hansen contributed 16 points, shooting 7-of-10 from the field. The rest of the scoring was balanced out with five players scoring between five and eight points.

The Hawks dominated the boards, beating the Bears 43-27 in the rebounding category. Leading the Hawks in rebounds were senior Corey McCoy and junior Gage Vander Leest with six apiece. Others contributing with rebounding were Van Wyk and juniors Grant Wehrle and Rylan James; all three of them grabbed five boards.

“Rebounding was a huge key to the win,” McCoy said. “I tried my best to grab as many as I could personally. Boxing out some of their bigger guys was hard work, but rebounding for me is all about hustle, and that’s what I did.”

The Bears were led by sophomore Noah Beck with 11 points and three steals. The leading rebounder for the Bears was sophomore Jordan Kriegel with five rebounds.

KEOTA

Senior Jesse Van Wyk denies a shot by Keota’s Hunter Wilson. Van Wyk blocked three shots in the game, and the Hawks’ height played a big role in the 79-50 win.

Hosting the Keota Eagles last Friday, Dec. 15, L-S dominated the whole game and won 79-50 by getting out to a good lead and never looking back.

“The guys did a great job of executing the game plan,” L-S Coach Harthoorn said. “It was fun to watch the boys work together to slow up a good offensive team. Our ball movement continues to improve, and our offensive rebounding was excellent. It was a good win for the Hawks.”

In the first quarter, the Hawks were able to get easy layups off offensive rebounds. They played good defense against the Eagles and forced them to commit four turnovers. The Hawks scored 22 points compared to 10 points for the Eagles.

In the second quarter, L-S kept up the defensive intensity, only allowing eight points while scoring 21. The Hawks were physically too big for the Eagles, blocking many shots in the paint.

“It was the most physical game we have played all year,” said senior Drake Ehresman. “We were planning on a tough game. Our height ended up being too much for them. We had mismatches all over the court, which gave us a huge offensive advantage.”

In the second half, the scoring was almost even. Offensively, the Hawks slowed the pace down because of the big lead they had. The Eagles were able to get easier baskets, but the Hawks already had a big lead.

“We were able to get many offensive rebounds and putbacks. They had two good players that we were able to shut down. Our length caused them major problems on both ends that they didn’t have an answer for,” said junior Rylan James.

The Hawks were led by two players with double-doubles. James had 24 points and 15 rebounds, and senior Jesse Van Wyk contributed 24 points and 10 rebounds. The Hawks were able to make 16 of 22 free throws during the game, 10 of which came from Van Wyk, who shot 10-of-12 from the line. L-S made five of 19 shots from beyond the arc. Senior Brevin Hansen connected on three threes during the game.

The major difference in the game was the Hawks were able to get 16 offensive rebounds.

The Eagles were led by senior Luke Greiner with 14 points and senior Hunter Wilson with 11. The Eagles shot 15 of 50 from the field, eight of which came from behind the arc. The Eagles only had two assists on the night and 26 rebounds.

The Hawks improve to 6-1 and look to continue their four-game win streak with two games left before Christmas break.

Hawks fly past Bears, Eagles to improve to 7-2 (Hometown Press article)

posted Dec 22, 2017, 4:16 PM by webmaster@lshawks.org


Hawks fly past Bears, Eagles to improve to 7-2

The Lynnville-Sully girls are on a five-game win streak after picking up a couple of solid conference victories last week.

BGM

To say the Hawks came out strong against BGM last Tuesday, Dec. 12, would be an understatement. The girls established an impressive 21-0 lead in the first quarter on their way to a 53-35 win.

Senior Mariah Vos protects the ball against the BGM defense last Tuesday at home.

“We had good execution all night and got up fast,” said junior Shiloh Cunningham. “We didn’t look back after scoring 21 in the first quarter.”

Junior Carson Fisk led the team in points with 17. Senior Mariah Vos was right behind her with 15. Fisk went 8-of-16 and was 100 percent from the free-throw line. Vos was 7-of-17 in shooting. Junior Shiloh Cunningham was 3-of-5 with seven points.

The Hawks had 14 steals on the night, with three each coming from Fisk and senior Jataya Meyer. L-S had 31 total rebounds on the night. Fisk also led in this category with 10 rebounds. Vos pulled down five rebounds.

The Hawks had half the fouls the Bears had. It was a cleanly played game with 10 BGM fouls, and the Hawks only had five.

“We started the game playing good pressure defense and built a nice lead, but in the last three quarters, we relaxed defensively and let BGM move the ball easily. As a result, we gave up too many points and stood and watched and didn't go box out. Our offense was all off   of transition, which we work on, but our half-court execu-tion needs to get better,” said   L-S

Coach Jerry Hulsing.

KEOTA

Later in the week, the Hawks once again came out strong and never looked back, defeating Keota (0-8) 58-20 on Friday, Dec. 15.

The L-S girls scored a quick 22 points in the first quarter and held Keota to three points in the first quarter and four in the second. The Hawks scored another 20 in the second quarter to make the halftime score 42-7.

“We came out ready to play and didn’t underestimate their team,” said senior Camryn Russell. “We prepared ourselves physically and mentally just like any other game. We played to our level, which will carry over to the rest of our game.”

L-S went 24-of-45 from the field, making 53 percent of their shots. Keota went 7-of-31, making only 22 percent of their shots. The Hawks went 5-of-11 from the three-point line and made 71 percent of their free throws, going 5-of-7.

Meyer and Cunningham led the Hawks in points with nine each. Cunningham made both of the three-pointers she shot. Fisk was 4-of-6 on field goals, scoring eight points.

The Hawks had 30 rebounds – 11 offensive and 19 defensive. Meyer and freshman Krystal Van Dyke led the team in the rebound category with five each. Sophomore Janelle Rozendaal was right behind them with four.

The Hawks had seven assists on the night and 12 steals. Vos led the Hawks in steals with four. L-S had six blocks on the night with Van Dyke leading the team with two.

“The girls did a better job of focusing in on the details of the game and working to take away what Keota was trying to do on the defensive end, and we rebounded the ball well,” Hulsing said. “On offense, we did a good job seeing the open areas or girls, which led to some good shots. Our execution was better tonight.”

The 7-2 Hawks were scheduled to be on the road at Sigourney on Tuesday, Dec. 19. They’ll finish up the first half of the season at Tri-County on Thursday, Dec. 21, before taking a break for the holidays. The Hawks will return to action in the New Year at English Valleys on Friday, Jan. 5.

L-S grapplers go 0-2 at Sigourney, 2-3 at home tourney (Hometown Press article)

posted Dec 22, 2017, 4:15 PM by webmaster@lshawks.org


L-S grapplers go 0-2 at Sigourney, 2-3 at home tourney

The short-handed Hawk wrestlers traveled to Sigourney take on the Warhawks of Southeast Warren and the Sigourney-Keota Savages on Tuesday, Dec. 12. With only three wrestlers able to wrestle for the Hawks that night, they still managed to win five of the six total matches in which they wrestled. The Hawks dropped the dual with Sigourney-Keota, 60-16, and the dual with Southeast Warren, 42-12.

Seniors Josh Dunsbergen and Cayden Johnson and freshman CJ Snethen were the three wrestlers the Hawks had that night.

Snethen, going undefeated on the night at 126 pounds, started off the night by pinning Sigourney’s Zane Hahn in 1:36. Snethen then won by forfeit against Southeast Warren.

J. Dunsbergen (138 pounds) was the other Hawk to go undefeated on the night. He won by major decision against Nick Ives of Sigourney-Keota, beating him 10-2. J. Dunsbergen then went on to pin Tanner Dierking of Southeast Warren in 5:48.

At 160 pounds, Johnson started off his night by pinning Jesse Fritz of Sigourney-Keota in 1:26. In Johnson’s match against Southeast-Warren, he had to wrestle fourth-ranked TJ Dierking, getting pinned in 2:45.

HOME DUAL TOURNEY

The Hawks put together a bigger team for their home dual tournament on Saturday, Dec.16. Knoxville, Colfax-Mingo, Center-ville, Cardinal of Eldon, and North Mahaska all joined the Hawks on the mat for the first home event of the season for the L-S wrestlers.

Freshman CJ Snethen (120 pounds) turns over Centerville’s Chris Bowen on his way to a 11-4 win by decision at home on Saturday.

The Hawks earned dual victories against North Mahaska and Cardinal of Eldon and lost to the three other teams.

In the Hawks’ 36-12 win over North Mahaska, L-S gained wins with six of the seven wrestlers. Senior Carson Dunsbergen (145 pounds) pinned Ethan Molenburg in 1:23. All the other wins came by forfeits to junior Ben Van Wyk (113), Snethen (120), J. Dunsbergen (132), Johnson (152), and senior Sage Zylstra (182).

The Hawks then again won all but one match in their 30-12 win against Cardinal of Eldon. Wins by forfeit went to Zylstra, Snethen, freshman Kodie Waggoner (126), J. Dunsbergen, and C. Dunsbergen. L-S a forfeit match at 152 pounds.

The Hawks came up short to Knoxville, 62-18. C. Dunsbergen pinned Nash Linsley in 1:11. The remaining points for L-S were earned by forfeits to J. Dunsbergen and Van Wyk.

Facing Colfax-Mingo, L-S dropped the dual, 54-21. J. Dunsbergen pinned Tim Carroll in 1:25, and Zylstra won by fall over Damir Gumerov in six minutes. Johnson had a 14-9 decision win over Trystin Ross, and C. Dunsbergen won his match by forfeit.

Senior Cayden Johnson controls his opponent, Trystin Ross of Colfax-Mingo. Johnson went on to win by decision, 14-9, at the duals tourney last Saturday.

The dual with Centerville was a close one, but L-S came up just short, 42-39. Van Wyk pinned Payton Sales in 1:49. J. Dunsbergen picked up another pin, this time over Mason Haskell in 1:55. C. Dunsbergen pinned Lucas Henderson in 0:32, and Johnson had a win by fall in 1:00 over Bob Wiskus. Zylstra earned a pin over Nic Jewett in 0:26, and Snethen had an 11-4 win by decision over Chris Bowen. Waggoner earned a win by forfeit. The Hawks didn’t lose any contested matches. What really hurt them was the seven weight divisions the Hawks had to forfeit due to having a smaller team.

Josh and Carson Dunsbergen were the two Hawks that went undefeated on the day, each going 5-0.

Seniors Cayden Johnson and Sage Zylstra both went 4-1. Snethen and Van Wyk went 3-2, and Waggoner went 2-3.

“It was good to get a lot of us wrestling again,” C. Dunsbergen said. “It was a good day for a majority of the wrestlers, and I'm looking forward to what the rest of the season has in store for our team and to watch us get better each meet.”

This was the last meet for the Hawks until after Christmas break. The L-S grapplers will be at HLV with the Warriors, Colfax-Mingo, and Sigourney on Thursday, Jan. 4.

FFA chapter wraps up successful fruit sales (Hometown Press article)

posted Dec 14, 2017, 7:41 PM by webmaster@lshawks.org


This fall, the L-S FFA Chapter continued its well-established fundraising tradition. Fruit sales are a highlight for many members because it’s a way to get out and talk to community members. The L-S FFA members practice speaking to customers and managing the money received. It’s also a friendly competition within the chapter to see who can raise the most money.

“The money raised during fruit sales is our operating budget for the year. Since we only really do one fundraiser, we need to raise enough money to buy meeting supplies, cover travel expenses for attending state and national FFA conventions, pay member registrations to other FFA events throughout the year, and provide scholarships to outgoing seniors,” said Brian Lowry, L-S FFA Advisor.

The 2017 top-selling sibling team was senior Brett Maasdam and junior Kaylee Maasdam. The second-place team was senior McKinley Conover and freshman Denali Conover. In third place was senior Haley Breeden and junior Ty Breeden. There were many other teams and individuals not too far behind. A total of 971 items were sold and the FFA made $1,185 more than last year.

The chapter works with Four Seasons Fundraising out of Norwalk. They sell fruit, meats, cheese, and candy. There have been other companies the L-S FFA has ordered through in the past, but they and their customers have been satisfied with Four Seasons Fundraising. Fruit arrived on Tuesday, Dec. 5.

“It was good to have sales increase a little from last year. This fundraiser is a good chance for students to learn problem-solving and develop skills needed to deal with customers. Since fruit is an imperfect, perishable product, there are almost always issues that need to be dealt with. This presents an excellent opportunity to learn,” said Lowry.

Two from L-S take fourth place among bigger schools (Hometown Press article)

posted Dec 14, 2017, 7:41 PM by webmaster@lshawks.org


Two from L-S take fourth place among bigger schools

They may have been the smallest team at Saydel, but the Lynnville-Sully wrestling team still fought hard on the mat at Saydel last Saturday, Dec. 9. This is the fourth year the Hawks have attended this meet. L-S is always the smallest team at the meet due to multiple 2A and 3A teams in attendance.

The Hawks who placed the highest overall were seniors Cayden Johnson and Carson Dunsbergen, both placing fourth.

Dunsbergen, at 152 pounds, received a bye in the first round. In the quarterfinals, he wrestled Cody Hall of Bondurant and won by technical fall, beating him 19-4. After suffering an injury in the semifinals, Dunsbergen forfeited his next two matches to place fourth.

“Overall, it was a pretty good day for the team. You cannot expect much from a team that only brings four wrestlers to a meet. Getting injured in a match that I was leading was kind of frustrating, but I will have to just come back stronger,” said Dunsbergen.

At 160 pounds, Johnson also received a first-round bye and won his quarterfinal match, 16-9, over Braydon Arnote of Marshalltown. Johnson then lost his next two matches to place fourth overall.

Junior Ben Van Wyk, at 113 pounds, had a first-round bye and got pinned in the quarterfinals by Colby Lillegard of Bondurant in 1:47. Van Wyk then went on to pin Jackson Kobe of Iowa-Falls Alden in 44 seconds and Skyler Walters of Boone in 27 seconds to get himself into the fifth-place match. Van Wyk then fell to Ryan Davidson of North Polk to place sixth.

Senior Carson Dunsbergen is pictured in fourth place (second from left) at Saydel on Saturday. He wrestled at 152 pounds and suffered an injury in the semifinals.

The fourth wrestler for the Hawks was freshman CJ Snethen at 120 pounds. Snethen had a first-round bye and lost his quarterfinal match, 8-6, against Nico Garcia of Saydel. Snethen won his consolation match over Jace Schultz of Boone by pinning him in 1:05. He then lost to Kanon Ekstam of Bondurant, and that was has his final match of the day.

The Hawk wrestling team planned to head on the road to Sigourney on Tuesday, Dec. 12, to compete in duals against Sigourney, Southeast Warren, and WACO. L-S will then host a home tournament this Saturday, Dec. 16, at 10 p.m. with Cardinal, Centerville, Colfax-Mingo, Knoxville, and North Mahaska coming to Sully. Come on out and cheer on the Hawks!

 

Hawks only wrestle two matches at Collins-Maxwell, win dual 27-12

The Lynnville-Sully varsity wrestling team headed to Collins-Maxwell on Thursday, Dec. 7, to face the Spartans. The Hawks came out victorious, 27-12.

Due to Collins-Maxwell and Baxter splitting up last year, this was the Spartans’ first home wrestling meet. The Hawks usually do not have a meet this week, but the Spartans invited them to come in hopes of getting more teams to attend in the future.

Before the wrestlers made their trip to Maxwell, they knew the Spartans only had five wrestlers able to compete who would match up weight-wise with L-S. When the Hawks arrived, they found out the Spartans had two wrestlers who were ineligible and one wrestler who got hurt in warm-ups. This left the Spartans with only two wrestlers who would compete against the Hawks, plus two wrestlers who would receive forfeits at 195 and 106.

Senior Josh Dunsbergen claimed a victory at 138 pounds against Caleb Fullerton in a close 5-3 match after three hard-fought periods. The other Hawk who won was junior Ben Van Wyk at 113 pounds. Van Wyk beat Jacob Pierick by pinning him in 1:59.

“It was a little frustrating not being able to wrestle all the matches that we were planning on wrestling, but that’s how it goes. I was proud of the way Josh and Ben wrestled, and the whole team is showing lots of improvement as well,” said L-S Head Coach Jason Walston.

Seniors Carson Dunsbergen (152), Cayden Johnson (160), and freshman CJ Snethen (120) all received forfeit wins for the Hawks.

“It was kind of disappointing not being able to wrestle,” Johnson said. “I was planning on having a match until they had introductions and the kid I was supposed to wrestle did not come out to shake my hand because he got hurt in warm-ups. I was glad that some people got to have a match though.”

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