Wrestling for the first time at home this season, Pacific cruised to a dual meet victory Tuesday over North County.
The Indians claimed seven of the 10 contested matches and 10 overall in a 60-21 victory over the Raiders.
“Both teams had some kids out either injured or sick. We moved some kids around and had good results,” said Pacific Head Coach Rob Schimsa. “We gave up only one open class. Overall, I’m happy with how we wrestled.”
Winning contested matches for Pacific were:
• Preston Parks (113) pinned Dalton Stephens in 34 seconds;
• Matthew Schimsa (126) pinned Devin Ward in 2:24;
• Jeff Miller (138) pinned Ethan Gerren in 1:10;
• Joon Kim (145) pinned Ethan Pope in 2:36;
• Curtis Paglusch (152) pinned Daley Kuehl in 49 seconds; and
• Austin Repp (170) pinned Dallas James in 1:28; and
• Andrew Cooper (182) pinned Jordan Sedgwick in 51 seconds.
Winning by forfeit for the Indians were Josh Franek (106), Joe Rind (120) and Jamie Myers (195).
Winning contested matches for North County were:
• Levi Gramlisch (132) pinned Ryan Lause in 2:32;
• Austin Stephens (160) pinned Garett Maurath in 2:49; and
• Dillon Sansoucie (285) won a 3-2 decision over Tim Toney.
Toby Marler (220) won by forfeit.
“Tim Toney is a freshman who wrestled in his first varsity match. He lost a close match, but he competed well. Everybody we had competed well. That’s all you can ask for,” Schimsa said. “We have some high level wrestlers and some younger wrestlers. It’s tough to get good matches for everybody.”