PANORAMA — Lynnville-Sully’s wrestling team was 10-8 in contested matches but couldn’t overcome a substantial number of forfeits during a road quadrangular on Thursday night.
The Hawks lost a close dual, 36-33, to East Union, were defeated 45-30 by host Panorama and couldn’t keep up with Pleasantville during a 58-24 loss.
Lynnville-Sully was 4-2 in contested matches against East Union but lost by three after surrendering four forfeits.
Class 1A No. 10 Gentry Walston took a forfeit at 120 pounds, Miles Mintle accepted one at 195 and Terran Gosselink (132), Reese Dunsbergen (160) and Malcolm Hay (170) all won by fall.
Panorama had a surplus of four forfeits against L-S. The Hawks were 3-2 in contested matches though as Gosselink, Hay and Walston all won by fall. Dunsbergen and Mintle both accepted a forfeit.
The Hawks and Trojans were 3-3 in contested matches during their dual. Hay, Mintle and Caleb Rea all won by fall and Walston took a forfeit, but Pleasantville accepted seven forfeits in the win.
Hay was 3-0 with three pins, Walston and Mintle also were 3-0 and Gosselink and Dunsbergen each finished 2-1.