Perry’s wrestlers take on three opponents in Ogden

Perry’s Cole Nelson won the 138-pound bracket at the Dan Hill Invite in Harlan on Saturday. He 3-0 Tuesday at Ogden. Photo submitted.




OGDEN, Iowa – Perry was 1-2 on the Ogden Quadrangle scoring team on Tuesday.

Perry beat Colfax-Mingo, 46-33, but lost duels against Woodward-Granger (60-21) and Ogden (52-30). In other matches, WG beat Ogden, 47-26, and Colfax-Mingo, 63-12, with Ogden winning 55-24 against Colfax-Mingo.

Cole Nelson remained undefeated with a trio of wins at 138 pounds. He was the winner with pins requiring 3 minutes, 18 seconds, 3:05 and just 15 seconds.

Keegan Snyder was also 3-0 for Perry. He collected the pins in 3:01 and 4:43 while receiving a forfeit to finish clean at 182 pounds.

Kevin Colin (220 pounds) was 2-1 with a 1:22 pin and forfeit, with heavyweight Alan Gomez 2-1 with a 4:32 pin and forfeit while 170-pound Kain Killmer also finished 2-1, do it with pins in 4:22 and in just 52 ticks.

Aidan Carlson (106) was 1-2 with a pin in 4:47 with Tanner Burgin 1-2 with a 9-2 decision at 145 while Juan Hernandez won by fall at 5:44 in his only game at 152.

Cristobal Turrado (126), Jonathan Chavez (132), Jose Chavez (160) and Chelsea Mickles (195) failed to register a victory in any of their three matches.

Gavin Kerchival was 0-1 to 113 and Taylor Atwell 0-2 at that weight, with Jovani Ortiz 0-2 to 152. Perry was not a 120 participant in any of the three matches.

Numerous junior college games have taken place, with Martha Turrado, Johnathan Brown and Mercedes Ponce both winning their two contests. Taylor Atwell, Kyle Hernandez, Robbie Mason, Juan Hernandez, Pablo Calderon and Isaac Ballard were all 1-0 for the Bluejays, with Gavin Kerchival 1-1.

Reese Baxter, Christian Garrido, Amy Aguirre-Eugenio, Sebastian Robles and Alex Arbuckle were also in action for the JV Jays.

Perry will be back in action on Saturday with a visit to the Aplington-Parkersburg Invitational.

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