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Van Meter Quad
The Raiders wrestled at a quad in Van Meter last week, falling to Lenox, Southwest Valley and Van Meter as a team.
Against Lenox, Mount Ayr lost 30-18 in a match that saw six double forfeits and Mount Ayr forfeit three weights, while Lenox gave up three.
Mount Ayr’s Conlee Stark at 132 pounds fell to Dylan Stein by fall in 4:19.
Bracken Collier faced Jordan Martin-England and fell in 1:54.
Against Southwest Valley, Mount Ayr lost 55-12.
The match saw two double forfeits, while Mount Ayr forfeited seven weights and the Timberwolves were empty on two.
At 126 pounds, Nathan Mederos lost by a close 8-7 decision to Brody Sparks.
At 145 pounds, Tegan Hill fell to Ian Forsythe by fall in 1:23.
Bracken Collier lost by a 14-2 major decision to Gavin Wetzel.
Against the Van Meter Bulldogs, the Raiders lost 48-18.
There were three double forfeits and Mount Ayr gave up six weights with Van Meter giving up one.
At 106 pounds, Brock Shaha (#3 in Class 1A 106 pounds) defeated Quinn Arellan by fall in 1:33.
Nathan Mederos fell to Cael Reimers at 120 pounds in 39 seconds.
Tegan Hill fell to Easton Padilla at 145 pounds in 2:17.
Bracken Collier defeated Michael Ferrari at 160 pounds, by fall in 1:05.
The Raiders traveled to the storied John J. Harris Invitational over Friday and Saturday last weekend in Corning.
The Raiders placed 22nd overall, scoring 23 points.
Creston, Winterset and Atlantic took the top three spots.
Brock Shaha’s (32-2) first match came against Braxton Hass of Atlantic.
Shaha received two previous byes, while Haas had just defeated Clarke’s Angel Gomez-Perez by fall in 42 seconds.
Shaha defeated Hass by fall in 55 seconds.
Shaha would then face Earlham’s Dallas Canoyer (24-3).
Shaha won by a 7-6 decision and would go on to face Riverside’s Davis Bramman (25-4) who took a 6-0 decision to take first. Shaha would finish second.
Bracken Collier (8-24) received a bye in the beginning of his bracket.
Collier would face William Bolinger (28-7) of Creston, who defeated Collier by fall in 1:13.
Collier would fall in 3:56 to Kurt Speed in the consolation round to end his tournament.