With their final home action of the season, Washington wrestling won twice.
The Blue Jays defeated North County, 55-24, and Warrenton, 53-25, in last Wednesday’s tri-meet, improving Washington’s duals record on the season to 17-3.
Washington had nine wrestlers across eight weight classes win each of their matches in the tri-meet.
Evan Hey (120 pounds) pinned North County’s Amos Littrell in 5:35 and won by forfeit against Warrenton.
Dana Cates (126) scored a 17-9 win by major decision in the North County match against Jonathan Coroama and won by forfeit against Warrenton.
Tommy Kelpe and Cameron Mueller split the 138-pound matches for Washington. Kelpe won a 7-6 decision against North County’s Jordan Borseth and Mueller pinned Ian Wright of Warrenton in 4:45.
Louis Obermark (145) pinned both Kyle Cresswell (North County, 3:18) and Zach Alexander (Warrenton, 1:04).
Chris Griesenauer (170) pinned both Dalton Gullett (North County, 0:46) and Bret Lewis (Warrenton, 0:44).
Jack Carico won by forfeit against North County at 182 pounds and won by technical fall, 17-2, in 5:44 against Warrenton’s Jeff Napier.
Cory Hardesty pinned both his opponents at 195 pounds, defeating Austin Carver (North County, 0:17) and Colton Rice (Warrenton, 3:11).
Gavin Holtmeyer (285) pinned both Jaxon Nash (North County, 0:45) and Thomas Ray (Warrenton, 0:30).
Brady Morgan (113) picked up a win for the Jays by forfeit against Warrenton, but was pinned by North County’s David Coroama.
Josh Morehouse (160) pinned Bobby Moore in 4:56, but was pinned by Warrenton’s returning Class 3 state runner-up, Jerrett Villinger.
Isaiah DeVore (220) pinned Stevie Pryor of North County in 1:40 and lost a 5-1 decision to Warrenton’s Brady Weir.
James Johnson (132) lost a 16-5 major decision to Jake Evrard (Warrenton) and was pinned by Chris Singleton (North County).
Caleb Hlavaty (152) was pinned by Anthony Wilson (North County) and Brent Wielms (Warrenton).
The Blue Jays did not field a 106-pound wrestler, forfeiting those matches to Cody White (North County) and Bryce Edison (Warrenton).
The home meet came one day after the team swept a tri-meet at Timberland.
The Blue Jays won a pair of wrestling duals, beating Timberland, 41-40, and Ft. Zumwalt East, 70-3. The two wins improved
Washington returns to action at Wentzville Liberty in a tri-meet also involving Ft. Zumwalt North.
Wrestling action begins at 5 p.m.