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Neosho Daily News - Neosho, MO
  • Skaggs, Roark earn titles at Harrisonville Tourney

  • The Seneca boys wrestling team brought home seventh place at the Harrisonville Christmas Tournament on Saturday.
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  • The Seneca boys wrestling team brought home seventh place at the Harrisonville Christmas Tournament on Saturday.
    Out of 35 teams at the event, the Indians recorded the top-10 finish with a team score of 641.5.
    Other team scores from the event were: 1, Kirksville 782.5; 2, Smithville 776.5; 3, Cameron 753; 4, Sparta 715; 5, Deer Creek 711; 6, Raymore Peculiar 704; 8, Mexico 546; 9-t, Pleasant Hill 534.5; 9-t, Saint Charles West 534.5; 11, Harrisonville 531.5; 12, Odessa 526; 13, Clinton 509; 14, Adrian 471; 15, Saint Joseph Benton 454.5; 16, Marshall 452.5; 17, Nevada 438; 18, Webb City 419.5; 19, Carl Junction 419; 20, McCluer South Berkely 390; 21, KC Center 270.5; 22, Osage 259.5; 23, Richmond 255; 24, Ray Pec JV 198; 25, Ruskin 193.5; 26, Saint Charles West JV 153; 27, Cameron JV 61; 28, Webb City JV 59; 29, Sparta JV 57; 30, Smithville JV 50.5; 31, Adrian JV 48; 32, Deer Creek JV 44; 33, Mexico JV 38; 34, Harrisonville JV 19; 35, Odessa JV 4.
    Individually for the Indians, Jalen Skaggs won the title in the 160-pound weight class to remain undefeated this season at 20-0. After earning pins in round one, two, four and five — sandwiching a bye in round three — Skaggs pinned Cameron’s Kevin Sudgen in 27-seconds in the quarterfinal, decisioned Marshall’s Nick Harper (9-4) in the semifinal, and Pleasant Hill’s Kolin Rogers (6-2) in the first-place match.
    Will Roark took first place in the 120-class after Cameron’s Trevor Burkhart bowed out of the title match due to injury. Roark, who now stands at 16-1, received a bye in the first round before pinning his next four opponents and scoring a major decision over Nevada’s Slade Stiles (11-2) in the semifinals.
    After pinning his first six opponents, Logan Grady decisioned Cameron’s Ryan Burkhart in the semifinal (4-3), but fell to Mexico’s Jake Vitale (9-1) in a major decision to finish second in the 145-pound class.
    Seneca’s Quentin Cotton (113-pounds) and Cole Lankford (126) both took seventh in their respective weight classes while Butch Ferguson (152) was ninth, Dylan West (195) was 10th, Jeff Butler (182) 11th, Jesse Rhoades (132) 12th, Devin Madison (220) 13th, and Jake Truelove (182) 20th.
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