Prep Wrestling: Mount Pleasant Bested in Dual; Other Regional Finals

Washington 51, Mount Pleasant 25

Washington beat Mount Pleasant in nine of 14 matches, as the Panthers were beaten 51-25 on Senior Night at Panther Gymnasium.

Bowen Davis earned a pin for the Panthers, while Carson Coleman took home a 9-1 major decision victory.

William Birdsell posted an 8-3 decision over Teegan Sulentich, as well.

Two Panthers received forfeit wins.

WACO Picks Up Four Dual Wins

Jonah Clark earned four individual wins for WACO as the Warriors cruised to a quartet of dual victories yesterday in Packwood.

WACO took down Columbus-WMU, Van Buren County, Pekin and Cardinal.

Columbus-WMU went 3-1 — their lone loss to WACO.

Gage Samo also starred for the Warriors — Samo picked up a major decision and three forfeit wins.

Columbus-WMU saw top-ranked Lane Scorpil go 4-0. Scorpil picked up three falls and a forfeit.

Triston Miller completed that same feat, as well.

Mediapolis Goes 1-1 at Riverside 

Mediapolis beat Highland but lost to Wapello at Highland’s home triangular last night.

Quinten Aney, a medalist from last year’s state meet, won both of his matches by fall.

Wapello had seven wrestlers that posted a 2-0 record led by Codder Malcom and Carter Ball who both earned two fall victories.

No. 2 ND-WB-Danville Picks Up Two Dual Wins

Second-ranked Notre Dame-West Burlington-Danville sent a statement through southeast Iowa yesterday, rolling to dual wins over Louisa-Muscatine and New London.

The Tigers and Nikes split the two biggest bouts of the night, with Dominic Lopez earning a third period fall over Notre Dame’s Isaiah Fenton.

Second-ranked C.J. Walrath took down New London’s Josh Glendening 5-0 in the second clash of titans.

New London beat Louisa-Muscatine 47-18 in the Tigers’ other scrap.

The Nikes improved to 15-0 overall in dual action.

New London fell to 2-10, while Louisa-Muscatine is now 2-5.