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Prep Wrestling: Bulldogs go 3-2 at Neal Wilson Invite

Staff Report
updated: 12/13/2021 8:55 AM

The Harrisburg wrestling team went 3-2 over the weekend at the Neal Wilson Invitational in Benton and now stand 5-3 on the season.
Harrisburg picked up victories over Calloway County, Ky., East Alton Wood River and Camp Point, while falling to Fairfield and Tolono Unity
"With so many young kids in the lineup it was a pretty good day," Harrisburg head coach Greg Lagley said. "We only get better in the wrestling room and learn to compete against stronger competition."
Harrisburg's next match is December 18 at the Cumberland Tournament.

Harrisburg 66, Calloway County, Ky. 13
106 -- Avery Henderson beat Lance Adams in the first period
113 -- Tony Keene beat Jacob Jones in the first period
120 -- Parker Clarida forfeit win
126 -- Alayna Riden forfeit win
132 -- Briar Butler beat Connor Kennedy in the second period
145 -- Brock Felty beat Jalen Edwards in the third period
152 -- Dalton Case beat Christian Tharpe in the second period
160 -- Dalton Price scored a first period win over Christian McIntosh
170 -- Josh Stewart scored a first period win over Logan McKnight
220 -- Brenden Hicks scored a first period win over Andy Avela
285 -- Mason Reeder beat Jasmine Hornbuckle in the first period

Harrisburg 45,
East Alton Wood River 36
106 -- Avery Henderson forfeit win
113 -- Tony Keene picked up a 10-9 win over Aaron Niemeyer
132 -- Sebastian Brown beat Jackson Mason in the second period
138 -- Cody Gunter forfeit win
170 -- Josh Stewart beat Elijah Brown in the second period
182 -- Colton Prather forfeit win
195 -- Bryant Lester forfeit win
285 -- Kenneth Martin forfeit win

Harrisburg 45, Camp Point 42
113 -- Tony Keene beat Jack Thompson in the second period
132 -- Sebastian Brown beat Ky Nash in the first period
138 -- Cody Gunter forfeit win
182 -- Colton Prather forfeit win
195 -- Bryant Lester forfeit win
220 -- Brendan Hicks beat Dalton Reishe in the first period
285 -- Javier Horton beat Lucas Rebman in the first period

Fairfield 42, Harrisburg 41
120 -- Tony Keene forfeit win
145 -- Dontavius Wilson scored a 21-10 majority win over Kohen Kinsolving
152 -- Will Moyer picked up a 10-4 win over Jeremiah Musgrave
160 -- Trentn Price beat Luke Work in the second period
170 -- Josh Stewart scored a second period win over Bronson Riley
182 -- Colton Prather forfeit win

Tolono Unity 69, Harrisburg 12
113 -- Tony Keene scored a first period win over Trevor McCarter
132 -- Sebastian Brown beat Ava Casey in the first period

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