Blue Jays Top Owensville, Rolla

Washington's Jared Rennick, top, competes against Borgia's Hunter Womak during the Blue Jays' win over the Knights.

Washington opened its wrestling season Tuesday at Owensville against the Dutchmen and Rolla.

The Blue Jays defeated Owensville 53-18 and Rolla, 45-33.

“You could definitely tell it was our first time out this season,” said Washington Head Coach Josh Ohm. “We made a lot of mental mistakes in our preparation and our execution on the mat. That’s our biggest concern that we will have to address very quickly.”


Washington won nine of 11 contested matches against Owensville.

• Cole Fregalette (106) pinned Brennt Korman in 41 seconds;

• Parker Neptune (120) by decision over Wyatt Harrell, 10-4

• Nicholas Solter (126) by technical fall over Kiowa Wright in 5:35;

• Cody Summers (132) by decision over Matt Polmann, 10-4;

• Cole Hamai (138) pinned Dalten Chapman in 45 seconds;

• Spencer Baird (152) pinned Bodie Bombach in 2:57;

• Jeremy Monehan (170) by decision over Conrad Baumbach, 6-3;

• Jared Rennick (182) by decision over Chris Dolles, 8-1; and

• Logan Baird (195) pinned Ryan Escalante in 2:45.

Winning by forfeit were Jonathon Thomas (113) and Matt Pecka (285).

Owensville’s winners in contested matches were:

• David Weirch (145) pinned Luke Knight in 1:30; and

• Cody Dolles (160) pinned Corey Kluesner in 56 seconds.

AJ Harrell (220) won by forfeit.


Washington won six of 11 contested matches against Rolla.

• Neptune (113) pinned Taylor Lauer in 50 seconds;

• Solter (126) pinned Jonathon Johnson in 2:36;

• Summers (132) by decision over Tyler Lambeth, 12-8;

• Hamai (145) pinned John Sprow in 1:39;

• Spencer Baird (152) pinned James Steiner in 3:01; and

• Rennick (182) pinned Joe Edwards in 1:05.

Winning by forfeit were Josh Luck (138) and Logan Baird (195).

Claiming contested matches for Rolla were:

• Joe Leach (106) pinned Fregalette in 37 seconds;

• Carter Daniels (120) pinned Thomas in 2:49;

• Becket Edwards (160) pinned Kluesner in 1:06;

• Austin Harmount (170) won by decision over Monehan, 6-3; and

• Thomas Ceja (285) by decision over Pecka, 1-0.

Jake Steiner (220) won by forfeit.

“Hopefully we can get our weight under control and really focus on getting better,” Ohm said. “If we can do that, you will see a much different team.”