Red Raiders take down Swedes wrestlers in dual
Swede grapplers hosted a dual with the Sidney Red Raiders Friday and lost 46-32 in the opening meet of the season.
After one match, Dalton Sylvan recorded a pin and all looked in line for the Swedes in their first meet of the season.
Unfortunately, Sidney flipped momentum with two pins of its own on its way to a dual victory.
Head coach Tom Scott said he was pleased with how Gothenburg wrestled. Both the junior varsity and varsity matches finished evenly at 8-8.
“There were two good things that happened in our loss,” Scott said. “We wrestled with them and showed room for improvement.”
The young Swedes wrestled hard and got some surprising wins, Scott said.
Skyler Kottwitz, Tyson Miller and Dalton Sylvan all recorded pins in the dual.
The wrestlers travel to Columbus to compete in the Nebraska Dual Invite on Friday and Saturday.
Sidney 46-Gothenburg 32
106—Quinten Fair (Gothenburg) won by forfeit.
113—Bryce Larson (Gothenburg) won by tech fall over Jack Feddersen (Sidney) 4:58.
120—Ben Goble (Sidney) won by forfeit.
126—Austin Storbeck (Sidney) won by forfeit.
132—Dirk Earll (Gothenburg) won by decision over Seth Hawkins (Sidney) 10-3.
138—Zach Borges (Sidney) won by major decision over Talbot Buchholz (Gothenburg) 11-2.
145—Michael Muggli (Sidney) won by pin over Jayden Miller (Gothenburg), 3:39.
152—Lukias Higer (Sidney) won by pin over Keyan Anderson (Gothenburg), 1:01.
160—Ryan Nieto (Sidney) won by forfeit.
170—Skyler Kottwitz (Gothenburg) won by pin over Brody McKnight (Sidney), 3:36.
182—Tyson Miller (Gothenburg) won by pin over Brenton Christian (Sidney), 5:44.
195—Dalton Sylvan (Gothenburg) won by pin over Brandon Lulf (Sidney) 5:29.
220—Kane Taylor (Sidney) won by pin over Chad Schmiett (Gothenburg) 3:56.
285—Tucker Wintholz (Sidney) won by pin over Luke Ferguson (Gothenburg), 1:08.
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