The Carlisle Wildcats opened the wrestling season sweeping a double dual in Bondurant towards Bondurant-Farrar and Boone on Nov. 29.
Carlisle beat Bondurant-Farrar 51-24 and overpowered Boone seventy three-6.
Towards Boone Carlisle acquired wins from 132-pounder Peter Comer with a 9-0 major choice over Kyle Sharp, one hundred forty five-pounder Darek Tingle with a 6-5 choice over Norbert Riyazimana, 152-pounder Bryce Murray with a pin of Jayden Angle, one hundred sixty-pounder Lucas Olson with a pin of McGuire Bryant, one hundred seventy-pounder Blake Cope with a pin of John Runestad, 182-pounder Tegan Wyckoff with a pin of Caleb Pierce and 195-pounder Gabe Hemsted with a pin of Brevin Bennett. The Wildcats also acquired forfeits at 220, 106, 113, one hundred twenty, 126 and 138.
Towards Bondurant-Farrar the Wildcats picked up pins from 126-pounder Carter Logue over Cain Cramblit, 132-pounder Comer over Aiden Lewis, 182-pounder Wyckoff over Mitchell Caskey, 195-pounder Hemsted over Jacob Hayworth and 220-pounder Tommy Jones over Kyle Pitzen. Troy Schnathorst at 138 gained a three-1 sudden victory for Carlisle over Kaeden Lozano, Tingle picked up a 19-three technical fall over Alex corridor at one hundred forty five, Bryce Murray gained a 15-2 main determination over Ivan Kruse at 152 and Lucas Olson gained a 15-5 major choice over Ethan Smith at one hundred sixty. Carlisle also picked up a forfeit at 285.
Cliff Keen Invitational
The Carlisle Wildcat wrestlers took 18th within the 33-workforce area at the Cliff Eager Invitational in Independence on Nov. 30 and Dec. 1.
Prime 10 finishes have been posted by 220-pounder Tommy Jones in fifth, 138-pounder Troy Schnathorst in sixth, 195-pounder Gabe Hemsted in sixth, 126-pounder Carter Logue in seventh and one hundred sixty-pounder Bryce Murray in ninth.