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Neosho Daily News - Neosho, MO
  • Seneca grapplers top Blair Oaks for tourney title

  • After two tough days of wrestling the Seneca Indians made sure they kept the hardware from the 50th annual Seneca Tournament in its rightful place — their trophy case — as they pinned Blair Oaks 390.5-330 to win the 16-team tournament on Saturday.
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  • After two tough days of wrestling the Seneca Indians made sure they kept the hardware from the 50th annual Seneca Tournament in its rightful place — their trophy case — as they pinned Blair Oaks 390.5-330 to win the 16-team tournament on Saturday.
    Rounding out the remaining team scores was 3, Bentonville (Ark.) 288.5; 4, McDonald County 263.5; 5, Jefferson City 253; 6, Nevada 237.5; 7, Carl Junction 235.5; 8, Neosho B 234.5; 9, Fayetteville (Ark.) 216; 10, Rogers (Ark.) 214.5; 11, Diamond 210.5; 12, Rogers-Heritage (Ark.) 192; 13, Springdale (Ark.) 95; 14, Shiloh Christian 7; 15, Seneca B 5; 16, Nevada B 4.
    The Indians had five individual champions on the night and one runner up. Results for each team, with the wrestler’s place in parentheses and their place match results are as follows:
    Seneca
    113, Quentin Cotton (first) won by pin over Gaven Long (Rogers-Heritage) .28; 120, Will Roark (first) won by decision over Slade Stiles (Nevada) 11-5; 126, Cole Lankford (first) won by major decision over Payton Lackman (Blair Oaks) 12-3; 132, Jesse Rhoades (fourth) pinned by Daxtyn Osburn (Nevada) 2:25; 152, Butch Ferguson (second) lost by major decision to Nick Koon (Carl Junction) 11-2; 160, Jalen Skaggs (first) pinned Drew Schuler (Bentonville) .54; 170, Ryker Skelton (fifth) pinned Tekoah Sage (Jefferson City) 1:56; 182, Jeff Butler (fifth) pinned Andre Childress (Fayetteville) 1:23; 195, Dylan West (first) won by decision over Addison Derryberry (Neosho) 7-2; 220, Devin Madison (sixth) pinned by Gio Soto (Rogers) 4:58; 285, Dakota Schick (11th) pinned Darrell Dardenne (Diamond) .36.
    Seneca B
    182, Colton Brown (eighth) forfeit to Colton Renfro (Diamond).
    Diamond
    106, Ethan King (second place) pinned by Dayton Miller (Nevada) 3:40; 113, Justin Xiong (fifth) won by decision over Kirean Curtis (Bentonville) 15-13; 138, Zack McMullen (seventh) won by forfeit over Jaxson Nolen (Fayetteville); 145, Kyle Williams (sixth) pinned by Dane Shields (Fayetteville) 2:25; 152, Jordan Douglas (fourth) lost by decision to Johnathon Ireland (Nevada) 4-2; 160, Wyatt Rook (fourth) lost by decision to Alex McMullen (Carl Junction) 4-2; 170, Cooper Cianci (fourth) lost by decision to Sam Goll (Fayetteville) 6-2; 182, Colton Renfro (seventh) won by forfeit over Colton Brown (Seneca B); 195, Zack Renfro (fourth) pinned by Xavier Domineack (Bentonville) 1:57; 285, Darrell Dardenne (12th) pinned by Dakota Schick (Seneca) .36.
    McDonald County
    106, Daniel DeSantiago (seventh) pinned Dylan Bischoff (Blair Oaks) 2:10; 113, Landin Foreman (fourth) pinned by Brayden Brookman (Neosho B) 2:52; 126, Trevor Young (third) won by major decision over Dameon Jones (Jefferson City) 12-2; 132, Josh Kinser (second) lost by decision over Jeff Bizzle (9-8); 138, Jacob Dalton (third) won in sudden victory over Isaac Townsend (Neosho B) 3-1; 145, Cameron Miller (eighth) forfeit to Jeremy Hill (Rogers-Heritage); 152, Christopher Dalton (seventh) pinned Garret Bishop (Fayetteville) 2:21; 160, Jimmy Boyer (eighth) forfeit to Travis Haslag (Jefferson City); 220, Jordan Moffett (first) won by decision over John Karsten (Blair Oaks) 3-1; 285, Tyler Dean (fifth) pinned Austin Wilbers (Blair Oaks) 2:18.
    Neosho B
    113, Brayden Brookman (third) pinned Landin Foreman (McDonald County) 2:52; 120, Toby Friend (sixth) lost by decision to Jeremiah Tyner (Carl Junction) 8-3; 132, Brat Ratliff (seventh) won by forfeit over Heath Henman (Rogers); 138, Isaac Townsend (fourth) lost by sudden victory to Jacob Dalton (McDonald County) 3-1; 145, Juan Franco (third) won by decision over Brad Thomas (Blair Oaks) 3-2; 152, Peter Elwise (ninth) pinned Grant Boreland (Jefferson City) in 2:18; 160, Appy Mendoza (sixth) lost in a tiebreaker to Ramsey Gonzalez (Rogers-Heritage) 3-1; 170, Rexi Elwise (ninth) won by forfeit over Jacob Green (Springdale); 195, Addison Derryberry (second) lost by decision to Dylan West (Seneca) 7-2; 285, Cody Fox (fourth) lost by decision to Logan Coil (Jefferson City) 4-3.

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