Warriors defeat Barnesville

The United North Central wrestling team improved to 13-6 with a 60-15 victory.


Six forfeits, three pins and two minor decisions led the United North Central wrestling team to a 60-15 victory over Barnesville at Menahga on Tuesday, Feb. 23.

Ethan Hendrickson’s pin in 1:06 at 132 pounds, Shawn Hendrickson’s pin in 3:24 at 182 and Torrey Carlson’s pin in 1:59 at 195 led the Warriors. Hunter Skaro added a 3-1 decision at 126 and Dylan Rasmussen recorded a 5-4 decision at 138. Reid Pinoniemi (at 113), Joel Isaacson (at 145), Mason Palmer (at 152), Dakota Meech (at 160) and Logan Torma (at 170) received forfeits as the Warriors improved to 13-6 in dual meets.

Barnesville fell to 3-19.

United North Central 60, Barnesville 15
106: Asher O’Brien, B, minor decision over Zack Davidson 8-5. 113: Reid Pinoniemi, UNC, won by forfeit. 120: Zack Hendrickson, UNC, won by forfeit 126: Hunter Skaro, UNC, minor decision over Ayden Hauck 3-1. 132: Ethan Hendrickson, UNC, pinned Hunter Blilie 1:06. 138: Dylan Rasmussen, UNC, minor decision over Dawson Gregg 5-4. 145: Joel Isaacson, UNC, won by forfeit. 152: Mason Palmer, UNC, won by forfeit. 160: Dakota Meech, UNC, won by forfeit. 170: Logan Torma, UNC, won by forfeit. 182: Shawn Hendrickson, UNC, pinned Gavin Grommesh 3:24. 195: Torrey Carlson, UNC, pinned Jordan Kroll 1:59. 220: Brady Kroll, B, won by forfeit. 285: Tim Wells, B, pinned Kevin Dailey 1:16.
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