Dowagiac wrestlers split with Plainwell, Berrien Springs

Published 7:36 am Friday, January 31, 2014

Dowagiac’s Troy Ring pins Plainwell’s Aaron Klang Thursday night. (Leader photo/SCOTT NOVAK)

Dowagiac’s Troy Ring pins Plainwell’s Aaron Klang Thursday night. (Leader photo/SCOTT NOVAK)

The Dowagiac wrestling team split a pair of Wolverine Conference matches in its final home and regular season match of the year Thursday.

The Chieftains routed Plainwell 60-8 in a non-divisional match before falling to West Division foe Berrien Springs 43-33.

Winning two matches on the night for the Chieftains were Tyler Wessendorf (119), Nathan Tackitt (130), Troy Ring (215) and Tristan Howard (285).

Dowagiac will travel to Three Rivers to compete in the Wolverine Conference Tournament Saturday in Three Rivers.


Wolverine Conference Quad

At Dowagiac

Plainwell — 8

Dowagiac — 60

103: Double forfeit; 112: double forfeit; 119: Tyler Wessendorf (D) won by forfeit; 125: Shawn Sirk (D) won by forfeit; 130: Nathan Tackitt (D) won by forfeit; 135: James Babbitt (P) d. Cody Jenkins, 12-0; 140: Camron Owens (P) d. Aubrey Huston, 8-0; 145: Mason Hiler (D) p. Kenny Head, 2:47; 152: Scott Hassle (D) p. Tynan Boer, 0:53; 160: Caleb Sands (D) p. Jake Brinkman, 1:36; 171: Tom Smith (D) won by forfeit; 189: Seth Fear (D) p. Devin Cobble, 1:58; 215: Troy Ring (D) p. Aaron Klang, 1:48; 285: Tristan Howard (D) p. John Clark, :21


Berrien Springs — 43

Dowagiac — 33

103: Garrett Cleveland (B) won by forfeit; 112: Sean Halliwell (B) won by forfeit; 119: Tyler Wessendorf (D) p. Amos Leach, 3:14; 125: Ramiro williams (B) p. Scout Peterson, 1:24; 130: Terrence Crawford (B) p. Shawn Sirk, 4:32; 135: Nathan Tackitt (D) won by forfeit; 140: Cody Jenkins (D) won by forfeit; 145: Aubrey Huston (D) d. Cameron McCray, 4-1; 152: Johnie Boone (B) d. Scott Hassle, 6-5; 160: Jacob Peasley (B) p. Caleb Sands, 1:50; 171: Richard Terrell (B) p. Tom Smith, 1:33; 189: Ricard Flores (B) d. Seth Fear, 16-5; 215: Troy Ring (D) p. Sebastian Warsop, 0:53; 285: Tristan Howard (D) p. Ethan Rogers, 3:03