The Clarkston Varsity Wrestling team posted a 47-12 win Rochester Adams at home, Jan. 3.
Ian Wilson opened the varsity meet with a fall at the 3:38 mark in the 171-pound match.
Jacob Jones (189) won his match over Timothy Anderson, scoring three points in the second period. Anderson scored zero points on Jones to close the match.
Adam Sprague (103) won his match over Highlander Aaron Wildrick, with a fall at 1:41.
Winning with technical falls were Ethan Polick (135), scoring19-4 on Joseph Eble, ending the match at 5:31; and Houston Hemingsen (140)scoring 16-1 on Jack Dunn, ending the match at 4:16.
Cole Wiegers (119) scored for the Wolves with a 15-4 major decision over Brady Vibert.
Scoring three points to add to the Wolves’ score were: Mac Hanselman (125) won his match against Sean Phalen, Dec 7-6; Anthony Welch (130) won his match over Parker Sanchez, 9-8; Jake Billette (145) with a 12-8 win over Brendon Gibbons; and Carter Hoogewerf (152) with a 2-0 win over Joey DiCresce.
Kyle Rumbold (285) won his match with a void.
The Wolves also had exhibition matches as the night was originally scheduled as a dual meet and two other teams did not make it.
During the matches Frank Davis had a fall over Joseph Dreon in the 171-pound weight class and Hayden Payne (160) also had a fall, over Gerald Garrett. John Lord (140) had a 9-4 win over Thomas Dunn. Kyle Spengler (112) won in a 11-3 major decision over Douglas Bombard.
The varsity team finished the week in third place at the New Lothrop Hall of Fame Invite on Saturday. The Varsity B team also finished in third at Bishop Foley’s tournament.
The teams head to Seaholm High School on Wednesday for a dual meet against the home team and Oxford.
The varsity team heads to Bay City on Saturday for the Michigan Duals Tournament and Varsity B/JV team heads to the Armada Duals.