Bulldogs place fourth at Cutler Classic
Coleman took first place with 429 points, while Badger took second with 315.5. Little Chute scored 236, and New London tallied 201. Weyauwega-Fremont placed seventh with 131 points, and Waupaca finished ninth with 80 points.
Cutler Classic Results for New London
113: Kevin Urban placed second to score 30 team points. He received a first round bye and then beat Weyauwega-Fremont's Oliver Radtke by pin in 1:57. Urban then earned a decision over Little Chute's Zach Cibrario, 11-4. In the first place match, Jackson Margis of Coleman beat Urban by decision in a close 3-2 match.
120: Jake Close took fourth place and scored 18 team points. He also had a first round bye, and then won his quarterfinal match by a 4-2 decision over Cole Nebel of Sturgeon Bay. In the semi-finals, Bryce Zdanovec beat Close by a 5-2 decision. Andrew Winchell of Oshkosh North then beat Close by a 4-2 decision in the third place match.
126: Dakota Nieto scored two team points after beating Sturgeon Bay's Ben Weber by a 6-2 decision in the first round. Nieto was pinned in the quarterfinal and the consolation round.
132: Earon Postel placed seventh and scored five team points. He had a first round bye and lost his quarterfinal round by pin. He then received a bye in the consolation round, and lost a consolation semi-final by a 3-1 decision. He then pinned Weyauwega-Fremont's Tyler Hart in the seventh place match.
138: Austin Wyngaard placed fifth and scored 14 team points. He had a first round bye and lost his quarterfinal match by a 9-4 decision. He then received a bye in the consolation round, and won the consolation semi-final by a 12-4 decision. In the fifth place match, Wyngaard won a 3-1 decision over Stephen Delahunt of Sheboygan North.
145: Andrew Moser took third place and earned 23 team points. He had a first round bye and earned a 7-1 decision over Menasha's Bailey Whipple in the quarterfinal. Moser then lost an 18-5 decision to Mitch Champagne of Coleman, but won a 13-0 decision in the third place match over Little Chute's Shane Schwaller.
152: Travis Miller placed fourth and scored 19.50 team points. Miller had a first round bye and won his quarterfinal over Everett Clayton of Appleton East by a tech fall. Miller was pinned in the semifinal, and was pinned in the third place match by Mike Lyons of Little Chute.
160: Brett Handscke placed third and scored 23 team points. He had a first round bye and won an 11-1 decision over Weyauwega-Fremont's Brandon Loehrke in the quarterfinal. He was pinned in the semi-final, but earned a 10-9 decision over Jason Blevins of Oshkosh in the third place match.
170: Austin Postel placed third and scored 23.50 team points. He had a first round bye and won a 7-4 decision over Little Chute's Eric Epping in the quarterfinal. In the semi-final, he was pinned, but Postel came back to earn a tech fall over Lucas Benish of Oshkosh North in the third place match.
195: Mark Locy placed fifth and scored 13 team points. He had a first round bye and lost his quarterfinal match by pin. In the consolation round, he received a bye and then won a 4-2 decision over Quinn Schultz of Little Chute. Locy then won 7-5 in overtime against Pedro Zavala of Menasha.
220: Andrew Ritchie took second place, scoring 30 team points. He had a first round bye and pinned Waupaca's Caleb Hobson in the quarterfinal. He won a 3-1 decision over Kollin Long of Coleman in the semi-final, and lost a 5-2 decision in the first place match to Eddie Ruzga of Badger.
285: Brandon Tarnowski lost by pin in the first round. He received a bye in the consolation round and was then pinned by Ronald Balazs of New Holstein.
The Bulldog wrestlers will wrestle at home on Thursday, Jan. 26, at 7 p.m.
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