Kenai takes dual meet against SoHi

Kenai Central took a 54-16 win over Soldotna on the strength of six pins in a dual wrestling meet at SoHi on Tuesday night.

Soldotna took three matches, one of them by pin, but forfeited three matches as well. 

Matt Aho (160 pounds), Dylan Carter (170), Zach Koziczkowski (220), Aaron Troxell-Tom (132), Nolan Christopher (145) and Andrew Welborn (152) won by pin for Kenai, while Soldotna’s only pin came from Eli Damon in the 138-pound class.

 Team results — 1. Kenai Central, 54 points; 2. Soldotna 16.

98 — double forfeit; 106 — double forfeit; 113 — Hope Steffensen, Ken, won by forfeit; 120 — Carlos Caballero, Ken, won by forfeit; 126 — Dustin Everitt, Ken, won by forfeit; 132 — Aaron Troxell-Tom, Ken, p. Dillon Ackerman, Sol, 2:59; 138 — Eli Damon, Sol, p. Brad Hamilton, Ken, 3:33; 145 — Nolan Christopher, Ken, p. Hunter Bourgeois, Sol, 1:08; 152 — Andrew Welborn, Ken, p. Gaeden Ames, Sol, 2:00; 160 — Matt Aho, Ken, p. Daniel Flores, Sol, 4:51; 170 — Dylan Carter, Ken, p. Brent Nichols, Sol, :51; 182 — double forfeit; 195 — Troy Strieff, Sol, maj. Tyler Brown, Ken, 19-11; 220 — Zach Koziczkowski, Ken, p. Daniel Rosin, Sol, 1:25; 285 — John Alexander, Sol, won by forfeit.


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