St. Clair split a three-team wrestling meet Wednesday at home.

The Bulldogs defeated Winfield 45-15 and lost to St. James in a Four Rivers Conference meet, 42-36.

St. James defeated Winfield, 48-18.

“We wrestled hard. We are pretty banged up right now, nothing too serious, but this holiday break couldn’t come at a better time for us. Our kids need to get healthy,” said St. Clair Head Coach Brent Yule. “The guys we did have wrestling did a great job stepping up and replacing some of our every day starters. We still have a long way to go with our wrestlers.”

St. Clair-Winfield

St. Clair won five of eight contested matches against Winfield.

Winning matches for the Bulldogs were:

• 120 — Ethan Koenig pinned Brenden Po Little in 1:57;

• 132 — Chase Cohen won by decision over Eric Nevels, 7-5;

• 138 — Austin Koenig pinned Billy Alleys in 29 seconds;

• 152 — Hayden Norton won by decision over Talor Nicholson, 5-3; and

• 195 — Skyler Hutchison pinned Kirk Howard in 48 seconds.

Winning by forfeit for St. Clair were Thomas Maple (113), Stephen George (182), Matt Gordon (220) and Colton Huddleston (285).

Claiming matches for Winfield were:

• 106 — Trevor Wilsey won by decision over Kris Heembrock, 5-3;

• 126 — Brian Thomas pinned Chris Algiere in 4:34; and

• 145 — Josh Davenport won by decision over Austin Nappier, 7-5.

Kyle Lippman (160) won by forfeit. Both teams were open at 170.

St. Clair-St. James

St. Clair won five of eight contested matches in a loss to St. James.

Winning matches for the Bulldogs were:

• 106 — Heembrock pinned Dalton Gann in 13 seconds;

• 126 — Algiere pinned Sean Hunter in 1:55;

• 132 — Cohen pinned Sam Bunyard in 3:50;

• 152 — Norton pinned Cameron Orlando in 1:23; and

• 195 — Hutchison pinned Jake Gleason in 1:23.

Huddleston (285) won by forfeit for St. Clair.

Winning matches for St. James were:

• 120 — Dan McCarthy pinned Ethan Koenig in 1:50;

• 138 — Dan Davis pinned Austin Koenig in 2:49; and

• 145 — Aaron Macfarlane pinned Nappier in 1:23.

Winning by forfeit for the Tigers were Grant Brooks (160), Marshall Woolsey (170), Robert Watson (182) and Marcus Bradshaw (220). Both teams were open at 113.

St. Clair returns to action Jan. 3 at Sullivan.