Tuesday wrestling at WCHS
GLADEVILLE -- Wilson Central will host the District Duals Wrestling Tournament tonight beginning at 6 p.m.
Top-seeded Wilson Central (37-2) will wrestle Mt. Juliet and Lebanon will wrestle Beech in semifinal rounds. The winners will advance to the finals later this evening.
Wilson Central's wrestling team wrapped up the dual season Thurday, Jan. 14 by winning a quad match in Montgomery County. The Wildcats topped Kenwood 72-6, then scored a 66-6 victory over West Creek. WCHS bested Clarksville Northeast 65-12.
WCHS varsity records
106 - Chase Berta 36-14
113 - Simon Pergande 38-9
120 - Nick King 31-8
126 - Caleb Berta 39-9
132 - Lane Dickeson 48-3
138 - Sinjin Noga 31-12
145 - Andy Hamrick 27-10
152 - Mike Binns 48-3
160 - Nate Fort 20-14
160 - JM Jenkinson 14-3
160 - Damon Smith 12-6
170 - Zach Linton 27-2
182 - Ben Iles 36-14
195 - Perry Baltz 42-3
195 - Kolin Miller 6-3
220 - John Kramer 36-3
Hvy - Christian Frans 15-8
MJHS split results
Mt. Juliet High's wrestlers prepped for Tuesday evening's district dual meeting with Wilson Central by splitting the squad Saturday, Jan. 17.
Coach Brad Mattingly sent nine wrestlers to the Hopkinsville Invitational Tournament and eight to the Freshman Grand Championship at McGavock High School in Donelson.
The nine upperclassmen finished third in the 18-team tourney at Hopkinsville High while nine underclassmen went to McGavock.
Eight of the Mt. Juliet varsity wrestlers placed, with Jalen Henry (120) and Zack Wilkins (126) claiming individual titles.
Danyon Edens (160) fell 11-8 to the number three ranked wrestler in Kentucky to take second.
Matt Helm (132) finished third and Justin Charest (145), Jacob O'Brien (170), and Brian Horner (285) finished fourth. Asher Benson finished fifth in the 195 pound weight class.
At McGavock, the Bears were missing two freshman starters on the varsity squad due to illness, but still finished 11th out of 44 teams.
Jeysan White lost a heart-breaker in the 138-pound finals while Nic Satterlee and Chris Humphreys each brought home bronze medals.
Robbie Hunter finished 3-2 in the JV Division.