Five Sheridan County Wrestlers Still In State Tournament After Four Rounds

Day 2 Update - Friday, Feb. 21

At 126 lbs., Gordon-Rushville’s Cole Witt lost to Trenton Elliott, 11-8, in the first consolation round to be eliminated from the tournament.

At 113 lbs., Garrett Shadbolt lost a close second round consolation match to Teak Edwards, 3-2, to be eliminated from the tournament.

At 145 lbs., Casey Glassgow won by decision over Erik Avila, 6-0, to advance to the third consolation round tonight where he will face Cory Rowse.

At 170 lbs., Ken Graham won by decision over Lane Helgoth, 3-1, to advance to the third round consolation where he will face Cody Thomas.

Hay Springs’ Levi Ray defeated Jake Judge in the second consolation round at 126 lbs., 12-8. He will face Sean Mendlik in the third consolation round tonight.

At 132 lbs., Chris Ray defeated Alex DeLarm in the second consolation round today, 11-6. He will face Brody Lewis tonight in the third consolation round.

At 138 lbs., Joey Johnson fell to Vince Vollmer in 2:01 in the second consolation round to be eliminated from the tournament. 

Third round consolation matches and semifinals will begin at 5 p.m. for all classes.


 

The Gordon-Rushville Mustangs started off the morning with three wins at the Nebraska Class C State Wrestling Tournament in Omaha, but by the end of the day all four Mustangs were in the consolation bracket.

In the first round at 113 lbs. Garrett Shadbolt of Gordon-Rushville,  27-11, won by decision over Lucas Miller of Crofton 7-2. In the quarterfinals Wyatt Phillips of David City won by decision over Shadbolt 3-1. Shadbolt will wrestle the winner of Grant Albrecht and Teak Edwards in the second consolation round tomorrow.

In the first round at 126 lbs. Tony Meusch of David City won by decision over Cole Witt of Gordon-Rushville 10-4. Witt will wrestle Trenton Elliott in the first consolation round tomorrow morning.

In the first round at 145 lbs. Casey Glassgow of Gordon-Rushville,  37-9, won by major decision over Wade Knott of Louisville 14-5. In the quarterfinals David Gross of St. Paul won in sudden victory over Glassgow 6-4. Glassgow will wrestle the winner of Cole Bordovsky and Erik Avila in the second consolation round tomorrow.

In the first round at 170 lbs. Ken Graham of Gordon-Rushville, 39-6, won by decision over Matthew Jameson of St. Paul 5-1. In the quarterfinals Nate Gray of Battle Creek won by decision over Graham 5-1. Graham will wrestle the winner of Lane Helgoth and Dylan TePoel in the second consolation round tomorrow.

All four Hay Springs Hawks started the Nebraska Class D State Wrestling Tournament with wins, but only senior Stevin Horrocks remains in the championship bracket going into day two.

In the first round at 126 lbs. Levi Ray of Hay Springs, 30-3, won by fall over Christian Vera of McCool Junction in 0:36. In the quarterfinals Clayton Dana of Amherst won by fall over Ray in 5:51. Levi will wrestle the winner of Jadyn Dightman and Jake Judge in the second consolation round tomorrow.

In the first round at 132 lbs. Chris Ray of Hay Springs, 30-7, won by fall over Bo Slingsby of Ansley-Litchfield in 1:26. In the quarterfinals Drew Loberg of Randolph won by decision over Ray 8-3. Chris will wrestle the winner of Deone Wilson and Alex DeLarm in the second consolation round tomorrow.

In the first round at 138 lbs. Joey Johnson of Hay Springs, 21-13, won by fall over Zach Morris of Winside in 2:50. In the quarterfinals  Jaydon Elge of Nebraska Christian won by fall over Johnson in 2:55. Johnson will wrestle the winner of Ty Grimes and Vince Vollmer in the second consolation round tomorrow.

In the first round at 220 lbs. Stevin Horrocks, 39-1, of Hay Springs won by fall over Jacob Sahulka of Weeping Water in 0:57. In the  quarterfinals Horrocks won by decision over Matthew Eberle of Ansley-Litchfield 6-2. Horrocks will now face Scott Adams of Freeman, 38-1, in the semi-final match tomorrow night.

First round consolations will begin at 9:30 a.m. tomorrow morning for the Mustangs, with the second round to follow, and 12:30 p.m. for the Hawks. The semi-finals and third round consolations will begin at 5 p.m. for all classes.

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