Area wrestling roundup: Chamberlain starts River City Rumble with two wins


CHAMBERLAIN -- Chamberlain started the River City Rumble duals with a pair of wins on Friday at the Chamberlain Armory.

The Cubs cruised to a 63-15 win over Belle Fourche and then followed it with a 64-10 win over Douglas.

Nash Hutmacher remained unbeaten at 285 pounds with two pins in less than 20 seconds, first topping Belle Fourche’s Michael Streeter in 14 seconds and then beat Douglas’ Malik Ahmed-Hosie in 17 seconds.

At 120 pounds, Dominic Santiago pinned Belle Fourche’s Owen Schreder in 1 minute, 54 seconds and Douglas’ Makenzie LeBlanc in 3 minutes, 39 seconds. Gabe Skustad also added a pair of pins at 132, topping Belle Fourche’s Hunter Quenzer in 1:15 and Douglas’ John Updike in 1:55.

Quinn Long (113), Garret Skustad (138), Jasiah Thompson (182), Gunner Ristau (195) and Ruger Forester (220) all had pins against Belle Fourche, while Noah Hutmacher had an 18-second pin at 160 pounds.


Lyman wins two out of three at Kingsbury County quad

ARLINGTON -- Lyman went 2-1 at the Kingsbury County quadrangular, recording a 36-30 win over Sioux Valley and a 48-15 win over Warner/Northwestern, before falling to Kingsbury County, 45-30.

Bryson Muirhead earned a pair of wins, topping Sioux Valley’s Tyson Moe in 2:11 at 113 pounds and then pinned Kingsbury County’s Ethan Johnson in 58 seconds. Tyrone Oldenkamp earned an 8-4 decision over Sioux Valley’s Joe Hornick at 160 pounds and then pinned Kingsbury County’s Dylan Singrey in 3:46 at 152 pounds.

At 126, Shilo Mowry went 2-1, grabbing a 10-4 decision over Sioux Valley’s Brayden Squires and a 25-second pin against Warner/Northwestern’s Alex Pudwill. Blake Brodrecht pinned Warner/Northwestern’s Cole Wilkie in 1:06 at 160 and Kingsbury County’s Nate Kersting in 4:47.

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