Keizer, Oregon –
The Celtics wrestling team, despite winning five games in confiscation, lost slightly to West Salem 40-39 on Friday, June 4, just below two wins.
McNally’s 170-pound Huntal belt puts his opponent in the arm bar (KEIZERTIMES / Matt Rawlings).
The McNally wrestling team was slightly below two wins as they lost to West Salem 40-39 on Friday, June 4, despite winning five games in confiscation.
Josh Friesen (£ 160) and Hunter Ruberto (170) were McNary’s only winners of the night.
“It was definitely not the most beautiful dual I’ve ever seen, but we bounce back,” said McNally coach Sam Martin.
He was dissatisfied with the final result, but Martin said he was grateful that his crew could fill the full lineup with most duals.
“In the last few years, we’ve taken for granted the full lineup. This year, we don’t have a full lineup due to the low number of rosters across the state. 14 It’s a blessing to be able to meet the weight class of, and in many cases it means a guaranteed point on the board, “Martin said.
McNally scored the next 18 points thanks to three defeats after lagging behind 22-0. West Salem’s Austin Humvee won the £ 152 match, but Friesen won McNally’s first victory by pinning Samu García in the second round for 41 seconds.
“This dual didn’t start the way we wanted, but it was exciting to my match. I was ready to go out and win and I was really happy with the result.” Freesen said. “Wrestling is an aggressive sport. One of the things I really focused on was competing with the tip on the shoulder.
Freesen pinned his opponent in the second round after taking a 7-0 lead in the first round.
“Determining the pace and setting what he wants is Josh’s strength. He chased it,” Martin said. “He speeded up and got where he wanted.”
In the next match, Rubert was early behind Corbyn Taylor after abandoning the two-point reversal, but counterattacked to take the lead in the second half of the first round after the takedown.
“I have wrestled with him before. He is a strong man who fights hard until the end of the match. I knew I had to beat him,” Rubert said.
After Taylor returned to the draw 6-6, Rubert scored with an escape and a two-point takedown to win the decision 9-6.
“The hunter is a smart wrestler. He’s really as small as 170, but he understands the situation,” Martin said. “He knew he had made a mistake on the edge, but then he was highly measured and calculated.”
Rubert was happy with the victory, but admitted that he was a little disappointed that he couldn’t get the pin.
“I wanted a pin. I wanted to help the team. It was good to win, but I really wanted that pin,” Rubert said.
“When you’re fighting size differences, it’s harder to get a pin,” Martin added.
Rubert’s victory cut the lead to one, but West Salem won the pin in a £ 182 and £ 195 match to ensure the victory.
McNally will compete with Crater, Century and Bend in the final season of the season on Saturday, June 12th.
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