Wednesday, January 30, 2013

Another solid tourney for WRHS wrestlers

Twin Falls arrives in Hailey tonight


     Wood River High School wrestlers tuned up for tonight’s Great Basin Conference home meet against Twin Falls with a solid team effort during last weekend’s New Plymouth/R.D. Brown Invitational meet in southwestern Idaho.

     Senior Tom Bailey went undefeated in three matches including a 22-5 technical fall plus 10-5 and 12-7 decisions to capture first place in the 152-pound class. His results led Wood River’s 13 competitors to a 24-18 cumulative record.

     Capturing second places were seniors Thomas Heiden at 195 pounds and Chris Carnes at 285 pounds. Heiden logged a first-round pin and 8-4 decision. Carnes also won twice, with pins at 1:23 and 2:45.

     Senior Tim Boyle won four of his five matches at 120 pounds—three by pin plus an 8-0 major decision—to carry off third place in his weight class. Also placing third was senior Storm Anderson at 170 pounds with three wins, two by pin along with an 8-4 decision.

     Freshman Ryan Anderson recorded a third-round pin and 9-4 decision to place third at 106 pounds. Senior Jared Anderson, at 138 pounds, won three of his five matches for fourth place—three of them by pin along with a close 9-8 decision.

     In the 16-team standings, Wood River (120.5 points) finished fourth overall behind Fruitland (180), Weiser (168.5) and Columbia of Nampa (139).

     Tonight’s dual meet against Twin Falls starts at 6 p.m. Wood River then travels to the Challis Invitational Friday.

     Check today’s Web site for complete scores from the New Plymouth tournament.




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