Washington swept a three-team wrestling meet Wednesday at home.

The Blue Jays registered victories over Ft. Zumwalt South 51-19 and Sullivan, 55-12.

Ft. Zumwalt South defeated Sullivan, 47-20.

“Although I don’t think we wrestled at our best, I was very pleased with the way the boys kept their focus after having to take such a long break between duals,” said Washington Head Coach Josh Ohm. “We stayed aggressive and pushed the pace. We’re learning that when we do that, we have very good outcomes.”  

Ft. Zumwalt South

Washington won nine of 12 contested matches in a GAC Central win over Ft. Zumwalt South.

Winning for the Blue Jays were:

• 113 —  Parker Neptune pinned Patrick Klix in 1:09;

• 126 — Nicholas Solter won by technical fall over Andrew Brands, 24-8;

• 138 — Cole Hamai pinned Lucas Rolwes in 3:36;

• 152 — Spencer Baird won by decision over Michael Paglusch, 10-5;

• 160 — Caleb Summers pinned Cody Forest in 5:58;

• 182 — Jared Rennick won by major decision over Alex Miniex, 22-9;

• 195 — Logan Baird pinned Jack Hobbs in 5:37;

• 220 — Jacob Kliethermes pinned Conner Lynch in 44 seconds; and

• 285 — Matt Pecka won in double overtime over Christian Hundley, 3-2.

Jeremy Monehan (170) won by forfeit.

Winning for FZS were:

• 106 — Hunter Brazil pinned Cole Fregalette in 1:55;

• 132 — Jesse Czerniewski won by decision over Cody Summers, 9-4; and

• 145 — Nic Smith won by major decision over Izeck Elbert, 17-4.

Christian Yates (120) won by forfeit.

Sullivan

Washington claimed eight of 11 contest matches against Sullivan.

Winning for the Blue Jays were:

• 132 — Cody Summers pinned Ryan Eastman in 1:30;

• 138 — Hamai pinned Travis Mogat in 1:48;

• 152 — Spencer Baird won by major decision over Clayton Mayer, 14-3.

• 160 — Caleb Summers pinned Billy Corson in 1:28;

• 182 — Rennick won by decision over Danton Creek, 7-2;

• 195 — Logan Baird pinned Dalton Turner in 3:18;

• 220 — Kliethermes pinned Nick Frye in 1:56; and

• 285 — Pecka pinned  Layn Wuthnow in 1:28.

Neptune (113) and Solter (126) both won by forfeit.

Winning for the Eagles were:

• 106 — Lee Wall pinned Fregalette in 5:42;

• 145 — Austin Mertz won by decision over Elbert, 6-5; and

• 170 — Alexander Crooks won by decision over Monehan, 7-5.

Both teams were open at 120.

Washington wrestles Friday and Saturday at the Raytown South Tournament.

“We will keep at it in the room and work to always put out a better performance the next time we step on the mat,” Ohm said. “We are aware that people only think you are as good as your last performance. We want to make sure we send a message every time we wrestle.”