MMA Wrestling Continues Dual Winning Streak

Colonels wrestling won their fourth dual meet in a row with a 54-27 win over Fatima Tuesday night.


“Fatima will have several wrestlers go to state this year, and we handled them pretty well,” Wrestling Coach Ryan Nowlin said. “There was an outstanding effort by all tonight; this was a great team win.”


William Hipp got a tight 7-3 win over their second best wrestler to move his record to 7-4. Styles Fountain beat their best wrestler by a 7-5 margin, improving his record to 5-1. Copeland Grahmann closed the varsity matches with a pin at 220; he remains undefeated this season at 6-0.


Wrestlers Garzon, Givens, Huckins, Garcia, and Thunderchild all won by forfeit.


The Colonels are back in action on Jan. 13 when they travel to the Owensville Tournament.

 

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