JV Caps Of Busy Week at Kearney Catholic DualsPosted:
The JV Bearcats started off a busy week of wrestling on Tuesday by taking first and second and the Axtell invite. The JV gold took home the first place plaque with a total of 249 points and the JV blue scoring just enough points 114, to edge out Minden with 111.
The JV gold team had several champions for the day.Champions included 106 Dalen Richie, 113 Gavyn Bober, 120 Trey Rodriguez, 126 Koeby Bonner, 132 Teontae Wilson, 160 Steven Berumen, 170 Avery Carpenter, 182 Connor Brown, and 220 Lee Herrington.
The JV Blue also yielded a champion at 138, Matt Oliphant. The Kearney JV blue finished second in the tournament as well as taking second and third in most weight classes only behind the Kearney JV gold. Second place winners included, 106 Devon Sell, 132 Tyson Cepel, and Tyler Tracy at 170.
Kearney Catholic Duals
The JV Bearcats place 5th and Kearney Catholic Duals. The Bearcats went 4-1 for the tournament to win the Silver pool.
During Prelims, the Bearcats started off the day against Holdrege winning 48-30. The Bearcats put on a pinning clinic by claiming wins in the form of falls in all the matches won in their first dual. One impressive pin coming from 106 Devon Sell in 35 seconds. In the third round, the Bearcats faced Wilber-Clatonia. In an extremely tight dual, the Bearcats came up short losing 30-35. Tight matches and points where they mattered ultimately defeated the Bearcats to put them into the Silver pool.
In Silver Pool play, the Bearcats faced North Platte St. Pats in the first dual. The Bearcats dominated St. Pats winning the dual 60-18 with impressive wins coming from Reece Nicol at 152, Tyler Tracy at 170 and Connor Brown at 182.
The second round of the Silver pool play, Kearney Vs. Southern Valley, the Bearcats dominated once again in demanding way winning the dual 72-11. The Bearcats came up with big points by pinning opponents time after time. Bearcats picking up wins include, Cole Cromer 220, 106 Devon Sell, 120 Trey Rodriguez, 126 Koeby Bonner, and 132 Teontae Wilson.
The last dual of the day against St. Paul, resulted in the Bearcats impressive win 57-21. Teontae Wilson at 132 completed his undefeated run for the day by defeating Payton Mamot in the way of a fall in the first period followed by a continuous run of wins in the way of falls by the Bearcats. Matt Oliphant, Bryce Bottorf, Reece Nicol, Steven Berumen, and Cole Cromer all picked up wins in the way of pins.