Falcons take third at Spartan Duals

Falls squad drops Manitowoc Lincoln in dual meet opener
by Steve Ottman Falls News Correspondent


RYAN MCGINNIS (top) of Sheboygan Falls gains good position on his Manitowoc Lincoln opponent, during a non-conference wrestling dual meet last week in Sheboygan Falls. – Falls News photo by Steve Ottman RYAN MCGINNIS (top) of Sheboygan Falls gains good position on his Manitowoc Lincoln opponent, during a non-conference wrestling dual meet last week in Sheboygan Falls. – Falls News photo by Steve Ottman LUXEMBURG-CASCO - The Sheboygan Falls High School wrestling team posted a third place showing with a 2-2 record at the Luxemburg-Casco Spartan Duals Saturday, Dec. 5.

Falls defeated Hartland Arrowhead 45-31 and Port Washington 35-31.

Bay Port topped Falcons 42-33 and Luxemburg-Casco was a 52- 19 winner over Falls en route to a first place finish.

Falls seniors Sean Mattek and Brady Koller each went 4-0 on the day.

Mattek had two pins and a major decision, while Koller picked up one pin, a decision and two forfeits.

Senior Max Post scored three pins to finish 3-1 and now has four pinfall victories to start the season. Senior Josh Becker posted a technical fall and two decisions to go 3-1.

Sophomore Jordan Mielke was awarded four forfeits for a 4-0 record. Junior Andrew Kue recorded one pin and sophomore Kaleb Ison had a pin.

The Falcons opened the season with a 60-21 win over Manitowoc Lincoln last week.

Koller tied the match 6-6 early with a pin in 1:47.

Mielke won his varsity match with a third round 5:12 pin to make the score 12-6.

Sophomore Hayden Karpinski received a forfeit, while sophomores Parker Schamburek and Ison added two first round pins to extend the lead to 30-6.

The Ships closed the lead to 36- 15 with a decision and a pin.

Falls junior Brandon Hill was then awarded a forfeit.

Becker started his season with a 1:09 pin, while Mattek and junior Isaiah Richard collected forfeit victories.

Post had a 54 second pin for the fastest pin of the night.

“We still have areas we need to improve to be a good team,” said Falcons’ head coach Brad Knecht. “We had some younger wrestlers shine like Mielke, Ison and Schamburek in the Manty match.”


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