Peru 69, NAC 9
Arik Robinson added another accomplishment to a resume that already reads like a novel: Peru all-time wins leader.
The senior wrestler and three-time defending state champion scored his 173rd career win with a forfeit win at 112 against NAC Feb. 3, breaking the previous mark of 172 set by Joe Millett.
Along with Robinson, Patrick "Pappy" Hogan scored his 163rd career win with a third period pin at 130, moving into third place on the Peru wins list.
Josh Wright started the dual meet for Peru with a second period pin at 140, while Brandon Moore scored a 7-5 decision at 160, Brandon Allen scored a 4-2 decision at 171 and Colby Way scored a 7-5 victory at 189.
Mike Riley notched a first period pin for six of the Bobcats points at 215, while Scott Kellett scored a 6-4 decision to give NAC their other three points at 96.
Peru returned to the winners side of the ledger after that, as Kyler Agoney scored a pin seven seconds into the second period at 103, Alex Pugh scored a second period pin at 119 and Jacob Goodeau scored a second period pin at 125.
Beekmantown 52, Saranac 16
Beekmantown 76, AVCS 6
Nick Bushey, Hayden Head and Brandon Jaubut each had two wins in a pair of dual meets for the Eagles against the Chiefs and Patriots Feb. 4.
Bushey scored a 4-2 sudden victory win over Ben Perry in his first match at 189, setting up a potential showdown and match of the night as the two may meet again at the Section VII championships on Saturday, Feb. 12. Bushey also scored a pin against the Patriots.
Shawn Lagraves, Cody Gillette, Trevor Goddeau and Ryan Guynup all scored wins for the Chiefs, while Jordan Bouyea scored a pin for the Patriots.
NAC wins Lowell tourney,
Thompson scores solo title
Scott Kellett, Justin Kellett and Mike Riley all finished atop the podium as the Bobcats scored a first place victory at the Jason Lowell Tournament in Jericho, Vt.
David Thompson of AuSable Valley also finished the event with a perfect record as the Patriots finished in 12th place.
Max Marte and Caleb Sample finished in third place for the Bobcats, while Matt Carter, Matt Bryer and Matt Lashway finished in fourth place and Brandon Edwards finished in sixth place.
For the Patriots, Kodie Simpson added a third place finish while Dan Papa and Matt LaMere finished in sixth place.