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Tigers split TRAC meet

Princeton’s Doran Piper locks horns gets Amboy’s Garrett Gerdes at Monday at Prouty Gym.  Piper lost the 138-pound match by fall, but the Tigers won the meet 36-29.
Princeton’s Doran Piper locks horns gets Amboy’s Garrett Gerdes at Monday at Prouty Gym. Piper lost the 138-pound match by fall, but the Tigers won the meet 36-29.

The Princeton wrestlers returned to action Monday at Prouty Gym for a Three Rivers triangular, defeating Amboy 36-29 while falling to Sherrard 56-21.

Drew Pranka scored an exciting 1-0 win at 160 over Amboy with a third period escape. Other winners on the mat for were Austin Wetsel (126, 7-0), Luke Hoffman (170, 4:44 fall) and Dylan Williams (285, 4:45 fall). PHS gained forfeit wins at 106, 120 and 195 while giving away 152.

Pranka (2:31) and Dylan Williams (2:54) came back with pinfalls against Sherrard while Chaz Williams scored a 15-0 whitewash at 195. Tyler Wood won by forfeit again.

At Amboy: St. Bede (108) tied for fourth place in Saturday’s Amboy Invitational. James Peacock (132) and Joel Caulfield (195) both came away with second-place finishes. Other place finishers for St. Bede were Carter Funfsinn (106) and John Barnes (285), who each placed third, and Spencer Barnes (170), who came in fourth.

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