Sports Page | Four SJO wrestlers pin opponents at home dual


ST. JOSEPH - With an impressive number of spectators on hand, St. Joseph-Ogden's Quincy Jones, Devin Swisher, Landon Butts, and Emmitt Holt pinned opponents in St. Joseph-Ogden's 40-35 win over visiting Clifton Central last Tuesday. SJO also got a decisive victory from Holden Brazelton via a 15-1 major decision over Comets' Kayden Cody in the first of two dual contests.

In their second match of the evening, the Spartans were able to win just three bouts on the way to a 57-21 loss to Oakwood.

Emmitt Holt stuck Steven Uden in the third period. In a 9-2 decision, Holden Brazelton beat Jack Ajster after three periods. Khaden Hallowell pinned Brayden Norton in the 215-pound match.

Box Score
Final Score: St. Joseph-Ogden 40 - Clifton Central 35

106- HARRIS, NICK (SJO) over Forfeit, (Clifton Central) FORFEIT;
113- HOLT, EMMITT (SJO) over Williams, Beau (Central) Fall 0:47;
120- Hemp, Blake (Central) over WALSH, JACKSON (SJO) Decision 14-7;
126- Bailey, Everett (Central) over GETTY, CAMDEN (SJO) Tech Fall 16-0;
132- BUTTS, LANDEN (SJO) over Bailey, Garrison (Central) Fall 2:04;
138- BRAZELTON, HOLDEN (SJO) over Cody, Kayden (Central) Maj Dec 15-1;
144- Cox, Evan (Central) over VAUGHN, ALEX (SJO) Fall 0:54;
150- Panozzo, Giona (Central) over ALVAREZ, DAVIN (SJO) Fall 4:59;
157- Panozzo, Gianni (Central) over MOORE, JONATHON (SJO) Fall 2:55;
165- SWISHER, DEVAN (SJO) over Vinning, Noah (Central) Fall 0:23;
175- Alvarez, Izzy (Central) over SARNECKI, CARSON (SJO) Decision 10-4;
190- Plante, Kyle (Central) over SMITH, CORBIN (SJO) Fall 3:44;
215- O`Connor, Brody (Central) over HALLOWELL, KHADEN (SJO) Fall 0:45;
285- JONES, QUINCY (SJO) over Sandoval, Francisco (Central) Fall 0:47.


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