Members of the Louisburg wrestling team pose for pictures with the title trophy from the Fort Scott dual tournament in December 2019. Louisburg finished second in this year's tournament at Fort Scott. 

FORT SCOTT — The Louisburg Wildcat wrestling team went 3-1 in the Fort Scott dual tournament.

Louisburg defeated the Anderson County Bulldogs by a score of 42-32, opening the tournament Saturday, Dec. 5 Ryan Owens won his match at 105 pounds with a pin. Cade Holtzen had a pin at 126 pounds.

The Wildcats defeated Blue Valley Southwest by a score of 48-24. Jarret Hoyle had a pin to win his match at 145 pounds. Alec Younggren had a pin in his match at 220 pounds.

Louisburg scored a 48-24 dual victory against the Prairie View Buffalos. Owens had a pin. Jacob Briley won his 170-pound match with a pin. Johnathan Keegan-Childs won his 195-pound match won with a pin. Younggren had a pin.

The Wildcats lost a dual against the Fort Scott Tigers by a final of 47-36. Owens had a pin. Traden Noll won his 138-pound match with a pin. Keegan-Childs had a pin. Younggren won with a pin.

Prairie View Buffalos

The Prairie View wrestling team was 1-3 in the dual tournament.

Hunter Dunn pinned his opponent in a 195-pound match against Fort Scott. The Buffalos lost the dual 63-6.

Prairie View defeated Blue Valley Southwest by a score of 36-15. Zach Nordgren won his match at 145 pounds with a pin. Garrett Cullor had a pin at 160 pounds. Damien Kline won a 182-pound match by a 7-4 decision. Dunn scored an 11-6 decision.

Prairie View fell to Anderson County by a score of 42-36. Cullor won with a pin.

The Buffalos lost a dual against Louisburg by a score of 48-28. Nordgren won his 145-pound match with a pin. Cullor had a pin. Kline won with a pin.

Henry Edgeman won his 285-pound match with a pin.

Sports Editor Gene Morris can be reached at (913) 294-2311 or gene.morris@miconews.com.

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