CHS wrestling team suffers loss to Abilene in league dual
ABILENE — The Concordia High School wrestling team lost 56-18 to Abilene in a North Central Kansas League dual here Thursday night.
Concordia suffered losses in the first seven matches of the dual.
Taylon Whitley was pinned by Logan McDowell in the 106-pound class.
Cole Larsen lost a 12-2 major decision to Hunter Kiser in the 113-pound class.
Matt Whitley, 120 pounds, was pinned by Zane Baugh.
Cameron Miller was beaten 3-1 by Caysen Smith in the 126-pound class.
Gage Canfield, 132 pounds, suffered a 2-0 loss to Dauson Whiteley.
Concordia gave up a forfeit to Blake Anguiano in the 138-pound class.
Blaze Payeur, 145 pounds, was pinned by Seth Strauss.
James McCabe picked up the Panthers' first win by pinning Kevin Wilson in the 152-pound class.
Logan Higbee, 160, lost by fall to Kiel Beals.
Abilene's Trey Bender won by forfeit in the 170-pound class.
Izaiah Grogan was pinned by Jaron Christiensen in the 182-pound class.
Concordia was open at 195.
The Panthers picked up wins in the final two matches.
Kyle Marks, 220 pounds, pinned Logan Riekeman.
Zak Romo, 285 pounds, won by forfeit.
Concordia will compete in the Beloit Invitational today and Saturday.
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