Sabetha girls wrestling makes dual debut

For the first time in Sabetha Bluejay girls’ wrestling history, the team has enough wrestlers to compete in dual competition. This year’s squad features 12 wrestlers, a significant jump in numbers for the program. Sabetha battled the Rock Port Blue Jays and the Auburn Bulldogs on Thursday, Dec. 7, in front of a large contingency of the Jay’s hometown fans. The Jays did not disappoint the crowd as they defeated Rock Port 45-16 and Auburn 33-27.

“I felt like our girls came out and wrestled very well,” said Head Coach Trenton Cox. “They gave it all they had and we came away with our first dual wins as a team in our history. To go 2-0 out of the gate is a great way to start the program.”

The Jays were led by junior 190-pound Ellyannah Clinton, who picked up a pair of wins defeating Hadkeigh Jones of Rock Port 7-3 and Gretchen Paschal of Auburn 2-0.

Sabetha Triangular Girls 12.07.2023

Auburn

Rockport

Weight Class

Name

Opponent

Win/Lose

Score

Weight Class

Name

Opponent

Win/Lose

Score

100

Open

Open

100

Open

Open

105

Grimm

Open

W

Forf

105

Grimm

Watkins

L

16-2

115

Stahl

Henry

L

Fall

115

Stahl

Shrader

W

Fall

125

Kibbe

Jones

L

Fall

125

Kibbe

Tetem

L

Fall

130

Miller

Campbell

L

Fall

130

Miller

Open

W

Forf

135

Pearson

Gerdes

L

11-5

135

Pearson

Open

W

Forf

140

Lawrence

Campbell

W

Fall

140

Lawrence

Open

W

Forf

155

Wahwasuck

Open

W

Forf

155

Wahwasuck

Open

W

Forf

170

Thomas

Open

W

Forf

170

Thomas

Open

W

Forf

190

Clinton

Paschal

W

2-0

190

Clinton

Jones

W

7-3

235

Banfield

Open

W

Forf

235

Banfield

Open

W

Forf

Tim Kellenberger87 Posts

Tim Kellenberger serves as Owner, Publisher and Editor-in-Chief for The Sabetha Herald since 2004. He specializes in sports reporting and column writing, as well as sports photography. Tim is a Grace University graduate with a dual degree in agricultural economics and human resource management. He lives in rural Sabetha with his wife and has four grown children and two grandchildren.

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