Warren Feudner

Oskaloosa's Warren Feudner (left) wrestles against Chariton last season. He was 2-1 in the quad on Thursday.

Wrestling

Moyer picks up first wins with Oskaloosa

CHARITON — First year Oskaloosa head wrestling coach Derek Moyer not only picked up his first win on Thursday, but he picked up his first three wins as Oskaloosa swept a quad against Grinnell, Saydel and Chariton.

Osky started with a hard-fought dual against a Little Hawkeye Conference foe in Grinnell. All 14 matches would end in six-point results. The two teams exchanged a pair of wins to start out as Alex Russell (113) won by forfeit and Ty Lorentzen (120) quickly picked up a fall.

Oskaloosa would then win four out of the next six matches to jump ahead 36-18 with Trey Miller (132) getting a forfeit win and Garrett Roethler (138), Aden Scott (152) and Lucas Phillips (160) all getting first period pins.

Grinnell would bounce back with three straight wins by fall to tie things up at 36 before forfeiting at 220 and 285 to give Osky the win.

The Indians would turn around and pick up a convincing win over Saydel. Miller (132), JT Baker (160), Carson Shilling (170), Bobby Opheim (182), Will Campbell (195) and Dawson Braden (285) all picked up wins by fall.

Osky would then finish off the night in similar fashion by discarding Chariton, who gave the Indians eight wins by forfeit. Scott (152) and Lorentzen (113) both won by fall while Elliot Adam (120) got a solid 5-2 win by decision.

Oskaloosa goes to the Dallas Center-Grimes Tournament on Saturday at 10 a.m.

Oskaloosa 48, Grinnell 36

106: Dylan Heater (GRIN) over Ivan Montgomery (OSKA) (Fall 1:13) 113: Alex Russell (OSKA) over (GRIN) (For.) 120: Ty Lorentzen (OSKA) over Alejandro Cantillo (GRIN) (Fall 0:00) 126: Logan McDonald (GRIN) over Reid Luck (OSKA) (Fall 0:19) 132: Trey Miller (OSKA) over (GRIN) (For.) 138: Garrett Roethler (OSKA) over Blaine Kriegel (GRIN) (Fall 0:56) 145: Teylor Doty (GRIN) over Phillip Abrahamson (OSKA) (Fall 0:17) 152: Aden Scott (OSKA) over Wyatt Eaton (GRIN) (Fall 1:39) 160: Lucas Phillips (OSKA) over Gabe Gilman (GRIN) (Fall 1:31) 170: Josh Osborne (GRIN) over Blake Westercamp (OSKA) (Fall 0:53) 182: Gavin Gilman (GRIN) over Bobby Opheim (OSKA) (Fall 1:54) 195: Oliver Louden (GRIN) over Will Campbell (OSKA) (Fall 1:01) 220: Warren Feudner (OSKA) over (GRIN) (For.) 285: Dawson Braden (OSKA) over (GRIN) (For.)

Oskaloosa 69, Saydel 18

106: Ivan Montgomery (OSKA) over (SAYD) (For.) 113: Ty Lorentzen (OSKA) over (SAYD) (For.) 120: Elliot Adam (OSKA) over (SAYD) (For.) 126: Clayton Myers (SAYD) over Reid Luck (OSKA) (Fall 0:49) 132: Trey Miller (OSKA) over Jose Marentes-Gonzalez (SAYD) (Fall 0:27) 138: Kolton Keller (SAYD) over Garrett Roethler (OSKA) (Fall 1:08) 145: Phillip Abrahamson (OSKA) over (SAYD) (For.) 152: Austin Chally (SAYD) over Aden Scott (OSKA) (Fall 1:32) 160: JT Baker (OSKA) over Jimmie Bridges (SAYD) (Fall 1:53) 170: Cason Shilling (OSKA) over Cooper Lindahl (SAYD) (Fall 0:55) 182: Bobby Opheim (OSKA) over Caleb Tylavsky (SAYD) (Fall 0:49) 195: Will Campbell (OSKA) over Parker Swafford (SAYD) (Fall 1:36) 220: Warren Feudner (OSKA) over (SAYD) (For.) 285: Dawson Braden (OSKA) over Phoenix Birch (SAYD) (Fall 2:00)

Oskaloosa 63, Chariton 17

120: Elliot Adam (OSKA) over Leah Chandler (CHAR) (Dec 5-2) 126: Reid Luck (OSKA) over (CHAR) (For.) 132: Trey Miller (OSKA) over (CHAR) (For.) 138: Garrett Roethler (OSKA) over (CHAR) (For.) 145: Mason Teeter (OSKA) over (CHAR) (For.) 152: Aden Scott (OSKA) over Kaiden Anderson (CHAR) (Fall 1:17) 160: Lucas Phillips (OSKA) over (CHAR) (For.) 170: Blake Westercamp (OSKA) over (CHAR) (For.) 182: Bobby Opheim (OSKA) over (CHAR) (For.) 195: Will Campbell (OSKA) over (CHAR) (For.) 220: Jayden Allen-Winston (CHAR) over Warren Feudner (OSKA) (Fall 4:28) 285: Dallas Furman (CHAR) over Dawson Braden (OSKA) (Fall 5:42) 106: Blake Sharp (CHAR) over Ivan Montgomery (OSKA) (TF 21-6 2:30) 113: Ty Lorentzen (OSKA) over Octavio Garcia (CHAR) (Fall 3:16)

Pella splits opening duals in triangular

DES MOINES — The Pella wrestling team made the trip north to Des Moines to open up their season with a split against Des Moines Hoover and Urbandale.

The Dutch started with a dominant victory over the Huskies as they won 12 of the 14 matches. Daniel Loftis (285), Damion Clark (120), Logan Schroeder (126), Jackson Roose (138), Ty Halverson (152), Jackson Van Kley (160) and Logan Bruxvoort (170) all won by fall while T.R. Putz (145) edged out a 10-5 decision win.

Pella then faced off against a tough Urbandale squad to end the night. The Dutch started with a forfeit win at 195 before Urbandale would get six-point results in the next four matches. Pella would try to crawl back into it with a second period fall by Clark (120) and a 14-2 major by Schroeder (126) to cut the deficit to 24-16 midway through.

But Urbandale would close it out with wins in five of the last seven matches. Putz (145) picked up a pin and Kieran Van Voorst (182) squeaked out a 2-1 decision.

Pella will head to the Williamsburg Tournament on Saturday at 10 a.m.

Pella 69, Des Moines Hoover 6

195: Noah Parsons (PELL) over (DMNH) (For.) 220: Kaiden Hol (PELL) over (DMNH) (For.) 285: Daniel Loftis (PELL) over Tyberius Taylor (DMNH) (Fall 0:31) 106: Double Forfeit 113: Addi Adango (DMNH) over Michael Muller (PELL) (Fall 1:50) 120: Damion Clark (PELL) over Osvaldo Ortiz-Marrero (DMNH) (Fall 1:29) 126: Logan Schroeder (PELL) over Mu She (DMNH) (Fall 1:42) 132: Garret Hall (PELL) over (DMNH) (For.) 138: Jackson Roose (PELL) over Rolando Santana-Salgado (DMNH) (Fall 0:41) 145: T.R. Putz (PELL) over Piercin Blocker (DMNH) (Dec 10-5) 152: Ty Halverson (PELL) over Cody Jackson (DMNH) (Fall 0:55) 160: Jackson Van Kley (PELL) over Zach Seckee (DMNH) (Fall 1:49) 170: Logan Bruxvoort (PELL) over Jake Rattray (DMNH) (Fall 2:13) 182: Kieran Van Voorst (PELL) over (DMNH) (For.)

Urbandale 52, Pella 25

195: Noah Parsons (PELL) over (URBA) (For.) 220: Colton Teem (URBA) over Kaiden Hol (PELL) (Fall 1:02) 285: Hayden Hearne (URBA) over Daniel Loftis (PELL) (Fall 1:54) 106: Finnian O`Hara (URBA) over (PELL) (For.) 113: Dayne Rew (URBA) over Michael Muller (PELL) (Fall 1:27) 120: Damion Clark (PELL) over Steven Bui (URBA) (Fall 3:19) 126: Logan Schroeder (PELL) over Jaylon Brooks (URBA) (MD 14-2) 132: Aiden Doria (URBA) over Garret Hall (PELL) (Fall 1:46) 138: Kaleb German (URBA) over Jackson Roose (PELL) (Fall 1:41) 145: T.R. Putz (PELL) over Cain Tigges (URBA) (Fall 1:37) 152: Hunter Bagby (URBA) over Ty Halverson (PELL) (Fall 4:55) 160: Gabe Carver (URBA) over Jackson Van Kley (PELL) (MD 8-0) 170: Kasey Ross (URBA) over Logan Bruxvoort (PELL) (Fall 4:33) 182: Kieran Van Voorst (PELL) over Turner Swick (URBA) (Dec 2-1)

Knoxville downs Nevada in home opener

KNOXVILLE — The Panthers rolled to a victory over visiting Nevada in their first look of action this season for the Knoxville wrestling squad.

Nevada spotted Knoxville 36 points thanks to six forfeits while the Panthers forfeited just one match. When it came to the battle on the mat, Knoxville would win five of the remaining seven matches.

Steven Thome (120), Luke Spaur (132), Kale Kincaid (160), Trenton Kingrey (195) and Steven Metcalf (220) would all pick up wins by fall for the Panthers on the night.

Knoxville heads to the Nodaway Valley Invitational on Saturday at 10 a.m.

Knoxville 66, Nevada 18

106: Kaden Weber (NEVA) over Dane Gullion (KNOX) (Fall 1:29) 113: Marco Alejo (KNOX) over (NEVA) (For.) 120: Steven Thome (KNOX) over Dakota Hastings (NEVA) (Fall 0:21) 126: Triston Sinnard (KNOX) over (NEVA) (For.) 132: Luke Spaur (KNOX) over Christian Decoske (NEVA) (Fall 0:55) 138: Daniel Gorskikh (KNOX) over (NEVA) (For.) 145: Sean Collins (KNOX) over (NEVA) (For.) 152: Chaz Graves (KNOX) over (NEVA) (For.) 160: Kale Kincaid (KNOX) over Zarchary Martinez (NEVA) (Fall 1:15) 170: Max Magana (KNOX) over (NEVA) (For.) 182: Holden Fry (NEVA) over Wayne Johnston (KNOX) (Fall 1:15) 195: Trenton Kingrey (KNOX) over Carson Reed (NEVA) (Fall 1:28) 220: Steven Metcalf (KNOX) over Kobe Thipasouk (NEVA) (Fall 0:30) 285: Taiten Olsen (NEVA) over (KNOX) (For.)

Girls basketball

Knoxville 47, Van Meter 41

VAN METER — The Panthers picked up their second single-digit victory on the young season on Thursday as they took down the Bulldogs of Van Meter.

Knoxville led 28-22 going into the half but Van Meter would cut the deficit out of halftime to trail only by three going to the fourth quarter. There the Panthers would hold off the Bulldogs to get the win.

Knoxville bolstered a balanced scoring attack with Emma Dunkin leading with 13 points while Larissa Wells had 10 points.

Zoie Vaught led Van Meter with 15 points and four rebounds.

Knoxville (2-0) will try to stay perfect when they host Oskaloosa (1-0) on Saturday at 3 p.m.

Colin Peters can be reached at 641-672-2581, by email at cpeters@oskyherald.com or on Twitter @ColinPetersOH.

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