CHS wrestlers fall to Chapman
CHAPMAN — Concordia suffered a 51-21 loss to Chapman in a North Central Kansas League dual Thursday night.
The Panthers lost six of the first seven matches in the dual.
Brenton Edwards was pinned by Chapman’s Brett Lemon in the 106-pound class.
Cameron Miller, 113 pounds, picked up the lone win for the Panthers by beating Nathan Nelson, 8-2.
Gage Canfield lost 8-4 to Cole Sutterfield in the 120-pound class.
Isaac Sprague, 126 pounds, was beaten 13-7 by Robert Steck.
Jaden Payeur was pinned by Payton Lott in the 132-pound class.
Concordia was open at 138.
Jared Knapp, 145, lost by fall to Stone Hayden.
Keenan Edwards, 152, won by forfeit for Concordia.
The Panthers then gave up a forfeit to Robert Walsh in the 160-pound class.
Shea Crum, 170, lost an 8-3 decision to Zach Witt.
Skyler Hittle won by forfeit in the 195-pound class.
Kyle Marks, 220, pinned Chapman’s Dustin Lister.
Stafen Guevara was pinned by Jason Zook in the 285-pound class.
Concordia will compete in the Rose Hill Invitational today and Saturday.
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