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Wrestling | After Christmas Quad Matchup

The Jaguar wrestlers returned to the mat after Christmas break in a quad matchup with the Wheelers of Audubon, Bulldogs of Ogden, and Rams of Greene County at Burnside, January 7th. Prior to wrestling, three senior wrestlers and one senior cheerleader were honored in their first and last home meet of the season: 195 lb Jaxon Carlson, 152 lbs. Gabriel Killian, and 145 lb Jonah Siebert were recognized as well as Cheerleader Emma Pudenz. The Jags were eager to get back on the mat as over break they concentrated on improving controlling ties, upper body wrestling, and continuing to get out from underneath as well as many other positioning areas. 

The Jags opened with the Wheelers winning 57-12, in the second dual the Jags bested the Bulldogs 57-21, and finished strong with a convincing win over the Rams of Greene County 53-24. 

The coaching staff would like to thank the three seniors for their effort this year. They have been tremendous positive leaders in the room which in turn benefits our Juniors and underclassmen. Both Jonah and Jaxon started wrestling in 8th grade and have continually made strides in their wrestling careers. They struggled in their freshman and sophomore years but as seniors they have put together really nice seasons. Gabriel joined us this year and has fit right in his leadership role and has made great strides in his wrestling. 

Seven wrestlers finished 3-0 for the night: 120 lbs Caelan Oakes, 132 lbs Max Miller, 160 lbs Zack Miller, 170 lbs Lathe Muench, 195 lbs Jaxon Carlson, 220 Mark Hughes, and 285 lbs Aaron Graves. 106 lbs Spencer Suchan, 145 lbs Jonah Siebert, 152 Gabriel Killian, and Harley Bryson finished 2-1. 138 lbs Ty Klatt competed in a tough weight bracket winning one match and Kaden Holder and Maddox Hanna also competed in the Varsity portion. 145 lbs Reed Andrews, 152 lbs Carson Joyce, and 160 lbs Rylie Ferrari also won three matches for Jags in extra competition as well as 132 lbs Julian Huglin and 138 lbs Kyle Johnson. 

Overall, the coaching staff felt the guys wrestled well coming out of break. They wrestled aggressively on their feet scoring many more takedowns than their opponents. 

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