PERU - The Indians won nine matches in cruising to a win on the mats against the Eagles Jan. 24.
The match started well for Beekmantown, as Ethan Kerr scored a 9-4 decision at 171. Nick Bushey followed that with a 6-0 decision at 189 and, after a Beekmantown forfeit, Hayden Head scored a pin with 40 seconds at 285 to go in the second period to give the Eagles a 12-6 lead heading back around to the lighter weights.
That's when the Indians went to work, as Tanner Phillips recorded a first period pin at 98, Arik Robinson recorded a first period pin at 112, Alex Pugh scored a quick pin at 119, Pappy Hogan scored a third period pin at 130, Noah Phillips had a first minute pin at 135, Josh Wright won a 7-5 decision at 140, Troy Seymour scored a 10-1 major decision at 145, Adam Stickle got a second period pin at 152 and Brandon Moore scored a first period pin.
Jesse Daniels scored the other three points for the Eagles with a 9-3 decision at 125.
NAC 48, Saranac 24
The Bobcats used four pins in a win over the Chiefs Jan. 27.
It was the Chiefs that scored the first points, however, as Ben Perry scored a first period pin at 189 for a short-lived 6-0 lead.
Ethan Bombard then got things rolling for the Bobcats with a second period pin at 215, while Mike Riley and Brandon Edwards scored first period pins at 285 and 96, respectively.
Max Marte scored a 3-1 decision at 112 for the Bobcats, while Russell Noel scored a second period pin at 171.
For the Chiefs, Trevor Goddeau scored a 9-0 major decision at 130, while Michale Phillips earned a tech fall at 140.
Peru 74, AVCS 6
David Thompson picked up the lone points of the night for the Patriots with a first period pin at 285 as the Indians cruised to a win Jan. 27.
Arik Robinson scored a first period pin at 112 for the Indians, while Troy Seymour scored a tech fall at 145, Adam Stickle earned a second period pin at 152, Brandon Morroe scored a second period pin at 160, Brandon Allen won a 5-3 decision at 171, Colby Way scored a 5-0 decision at 189 and Luke McKee won a 5-4 decision at 215.
Eagles 5-0 at Iroquois meet. Jesse Daniels (125), Ethan Kerr (160), Brandon Jabaut (215) and Hayden Head (285) all went 5-0 as the Eagles scored a dual tournament win over the past weekend.
Brandon Defayette (152) and Nick Bushey (189) each scored four wins in the tournament, while Jon Grazione (112), Tyler Myers (119), Brandon Abrahamson (130), Corey Barber (135), Zachary Myers (140) and Gage Bourdeau (171) each scored three wins.
Peru wins in Colchester
Kyler Agony (130), Arik Robinson (112), Alex Pugh (119), Jacob Goddeau (125), Pappy Hogan (130), Josh Wright (140) and Troy Seymour (145) each won their weight classes at the Colchester, Vt., Invitational over the past weekend, with Pugh beating fellow teammate Jordan Bushey for the top spot at 119.
Noah Phillips (135) and Adam Stickle (152) also finished in second place, while Brandon Moore (160) and Derrick Cumber (285) each finished in third place.