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January 17, 2014

River Kings go deep

(Continued)

“Octavio was persistent with his efforts to turn his opponent, getting his third pin in the last four matches,” coach Schoon said. “Blake has the ability to ignite the crowd with his ‘feet to back to pin’ offense.”

Schoon, who moved up from assistant to head coach this season, said the senior class would be missed.

“I’m proud of this group of seniors, their leadership and work ethic,” he said. “I wish they all could have won but know they all went out and competed with pride. They have represented Northeast well and are working hard to reach goals they have set for the season.”

Thunder beaten

SAVANNA, Ill. — Durand-Pecatonica beat West Carroll 42-27 and Polo defeated the Thunder 45-34 on Wednesday.

Devin Saunders led the way for West Carroll with a pair of pins at 160 pounds. Jacob Casey (120) and Jeff Casey (126) had a pin apiece.

CLINTON 36, LENA-WINSLOW 23

195 — Justin Guilliams (Cl) dec. Hunter Binns 7-0; 220 — Evan Gerdes (Cl) dec. Anthony Martinez 6-3; 285 — Ty Harmston (LW) pinned Tyler Clark 1:20; 106 — Austin Vincent (LW) dec. Sam Cruthis 5-3; 113 — Peyton Keeper (LW) m. dec. Craig Harlock 10-0; 120 — Damon Dann (Cl) pinned Aaron Dvorak 3:25; 126 — Hunter Genco (Cl) pinned Chase Pokol 1:25; 132 — Riley Chapman (Cl) dec. Mitchell Mikesell 6-0; 138 — Curtis Ilg (Cl) dec. Kyle Kalkbrenner 2-0; 145 — Gunner Wenger (LW) dec. Alex Caldwell 8-1; 152 — Jared Redman (Cl) pinned Davis 1:17; 160 — Quincy Kalkbrenner (LW) m. dec. Dustin Caldwell 11-1; 170 — Sean Cory (LW) dec. Luke Larkin 5-0; 182 — Dillion Chase (Cl) pinned Ryan Lorig 1:11.

MORRISON 58, FULTON 21

106 — Eads (M) pinned Kaecker; 113 — VanderLaan wbf; 120 — Hoffman (F) m. dec. Parks 13-5; 126 — Challand (M) pinned Schmidt; 132 — D. Keller (M) pinned C. Grant; 138 — Ferguson (M) pinned Hodge; 145 — S.Grant (F) pinned Ottens; 152 — A. Keller (M) pinned Martin; 160 — Pidde (F) dec. Zigler 12-8; 170 — Kohl (M) pinned Rockwell; 182 — Shoup (M) pinned Ford; 195 — Jenkins (F) wbf; 220 — Todd (M) wbf; 285 — Balk (F) pinned Lilly.

KEWANEE 54, FULTON 23

106 — Hand (K) pinned Kaecker; 113 — double forfeit; 120 — Hoffman (F) wbf; 126 — Ireland (K) pinned Schmidt; 132 — C. Grant (F) pinned Kohrig; 138 — Jackson (K) pinned Hodge; 145 — Walters (K) pinned Martin; 152 — Delgado (K) pinned S. Grant; 160 — Solano (K) pinned Pidde; 170 — Ossey (K) pinned Rockwell; 182 — Breadlove (K) pinned Ford; 195 — Jenkins (F) pinned Finn; 220 — Gandrilla (K) wbf; 285 — Balk (F) pinned Cazales.

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