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« on: February 13, 2018, 08:12:58 PM »

Waukesha South is hosting the Sectional dual between Mukwonago and Pewaukee tonight. I know you can all follow it on trackwrestling, but since I have nothing better to do, I figured I would give everyone some updates along the way.

Started at 126... Luke Eliszewski for Muk, Nathan Warner for Pew

Muk got some early back points and controlled the match throughout. Pew got hit for 2 stalling calls and a point. then Pew got a reversal late in the third (:30 or so left) to undo the major decision. Muk got the reversal back for an 11-2 major decision, and the first bonus point of the night.
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« Reply #1 on: February 13, 2018, 08:16:23 PM »

132 was Lucas Benn from Muk vs. Antonio Gonzalez from Pew.

Two takedowns in the first for Benn, and a fall about one minute into the second with a front cradle.

Muk 10 - Pew 0
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« Reply #2 on: February 13, 2018, 08:23:52 PM »

Eric Halverson for Pew at 138 and Nate Stokhaug from Muk

Halverson with the takedown in the first.

Stokhaug chooses down in the second, Halverson wants to go on his feet right away and gives him a point. 2-1 to start the second, which begins with a lot of good leg attacks by Stokhaug. Halverson has some great defense though, and earns two more. Escape Stokhaug with 23 seconds remaining in the second, then he gets behind Halverson on his feet, but can't get him to the mat before the buzzer.

Heading into the 3rd it is 4-2 Halverson, who chooses down. He gets a quick escape and then is in on Stokhaug's and appears to be close to control but the referee calls a stalemate. Halverson finishes with another takedown to make it 7-2

After 3 matches it is now Muk 10, Pew 3

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« Reply #3 on: February 13, 2018, 08:34:03 PM »

145 is Jake Schulte for Mukwonago and Nick Starich for Pewaukee

After a scoreless first period, Starich earns an escape in the second. Lots of decent action on their feet both in the first and second periods but neither wrestler is able to gain an advantage.

Exciting moment in the third when Schulte earns his escape and immediately fires off a shot which leads to a scramble for control and possible back points - but nothing awarded and the action stops with blood time. Restart with around 1:00 to go leads to another attack by Schulte and a crazy, crazy, crazy scramble. I have to say I think the referee is definitely influenced by the crowd yelling "TWOOOOOOOO" and he awards the takedown.

...Then a stalemate

...Ouch

Final 3-1 Schulte

Team score now 13-3 Muk
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« Reply #4 on: February 13, 2018, 08:41:59 PM »

152 Kris Johnson for Pew and Michael West for Muk

Johnson does a good job of keeping off his back for most of the period, but eventually gets turned with a wing and a bar. 5-0 West after the first.

Johnson chose neutral in the second, West gets to his legs pretty easily. Another arm bar looks like it could turn him, but they wrestle off the mat. West chooses down but Johnson goes neutral again and gives him a point. West with another takedown in the third, and then earns a stalling call. He is working very hard for the fall. Another escape and takedown and we are at 15-2. another escape and takedown and we are at a final score of 17-3. Johnson avoids the fall and the tech.

Score now Muk 17, Pew 3
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« Reply #5 on: February 13, 2018, 08:51:40 PM »

160 is Aaron Schmitz for Muk and Joe Sklenar for Pew

During an early scramble Sklenar crosses his legs and is called for a leg scissors - 1-0 Schmitz. Action continues and Schmitz almost earns a takedown on the edge of the mat, but no dice. He makes another attack and is finally awarded 2 near the end of the first period. 3-0 Schmitz heading into the second.

Sklenar chooses down. Not a lot of action in the second. Schmitz does not work up off of the leg and is warned for stalling. He comes close to being warned again (in my opinion, of course) but he makes a great mat return instead and ends up riding out the entire period.

Schmitz chooses down and immediately gets a reversal. Now 5-0. Sklenar is awarded an escape, Schmitz is right back in on his legs, but they are out of bounds. Another leg attack from Schmitz, and he earns his two this time. The Pewaukee wrestler pounds the mat in frustration, but manages to get to his feet again where the Mukwonago wrestler is warned for stalling (point). (7-2) On the restart he makes his way to his feet again, and earns another stall call - the final score is 7-3.

Dual score now Muk 20, Pewaukee 3
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« Reply #6 on: February 13, 2018, 09:01:59 PM »

170 is Jacob Sklenar (44-3)for Pew and Jacob Stachowski (33-9) for Muk

Sklenar earns a quick takedown and threatens for back points near the edge of the mat. Stachowski is awarded an escape following the restart, and Sklenar gets another takedown before the end of the period.

Stachowski chooses down, and earns a reversal early in the second. Score is 4-3 Sklenar. Stachowski throws legs and cranks on a banana split but Sklenar wont budge. Stachowski gets high and Sklenar almost reverses him but again, they go out of bounds. During the action off the next restart, sklenar is almost out and to his feet when Stachowski changes directions and laterals him to his back for 2 points. He goes to town again on the banana splits and almost turns him, but no points.

Score 5-4 Stachowski going into the 3rd. Sklenar chooses down and again Stachowski cranks away on the banana splits. this time Sklenar is able to scoot out and get his reversal - 6-5 Sklenar! Stachowski gets an escape - 6-6! Sklenar takedown! 8-6! Another escape! 8-7 Sklenar! as time winds down Stachowski throws a haymaker of a head throw that almost catches! Sklenar sneaks out and grabs a final takedown to win 10-7

Muk 20 - Pew 6
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« Reply #7 on: February 13, 2018, 09:08:18 PM »

182 Mike Fedder from Pew, Wyatt Klumb from Muk

Not so entertaining 0-0 1st period, especially after the thriller at 170.

Kumb goes down - gets an escape and one for locked hands. Nice slide by on his feet for a takedown - Klumb up 4-0 and finds a nice turk for 3 more. 7-0 heading into the 3rd.

On their feet to start - Klumb again throws by an underhook for a takedown. Fedder gets to his feet, but then Klumb has a beautiful lift and mat return that he takes right into another leg turk. Working hard for the six! But only gets another near fall. Score ends 12-0, another major decision.

Muk 24 - Pew 6
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« Reply #8 on: February 13, 2018, 09:17:15 PM »

195 - Justin Eichler for Muk vs. Nate Keskinen for Pew

Early takedown for Eichler, and a turn about the minute mark but they are out of bounds (Eichler keeps his toes in, but not his knees). 2-0 heading into the 2nd.

Eichler goes "downtown" and gets a quick reversal. After a few mat returns, Keskinen finally gets his escape by controlling Eichler's hand/arm really well. Eichler quickly gets another takedown. 6-1 going into the 3rd.

Keskinen choses top. Eichler almost grabs a peterson, but instead gets an escape. ... and another takedown. escape for Keskinen, another takedown for Eichler. 11-2 is the final - another major.

28-6 Muk

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« Reply #9 on: February 13, 2018, 09:30:54 PM »

Change for Muk - they are swapping their 220 and heavy.

220 is Caleb Willmann for Muk and Brandon Nutt for Pew

Another 0-0 first period. Willmann gets his escape in the second and Nutt goes down in the third, and gets his escape. Stall warning on Willmann with about 1:20 to go. Nutt is working underhooks and pushing. So far Willmann has been able to circle just enough, but the crowd is yelling for another stalling call. Willmann takes a shot on the legs, probably saving a stall call.

One minute on the clock for overtime. The first 30 seconds features a lot of leaning on each other. Now more pushing by Pew and more yelling from the crowd. Another stall call - but this time against Pew for pushing! (Pewaukee crowd not happy)

In the first 30 second overtime Muk is down and gets his escape - and a point for locked hands! Pew coaching staff is arguing that it should have been an unsportsmanlike against Muk as the Muk wrestler dropped to his butt to get the locked hands call - I guess that is subjective for each official.

In the next 30 - Muk is hit for stalling again, and a point - final score 3-2 Muk in what ended up a pretty exciting match.

Muk 31 Pew 6
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« Reply #10 on: February 13, 2018, 09:33:15 PM »

Muk moves Aric Bohn up to heavyweight to face Josh Keskinen. Bohn gets a first period pin - Mukwonago is now rolling!

Muk 37- Pew 6
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« Reply #11 on: February 13, 2018, 09:39:38 PM »

106 - Tyler Goebel for Muk, Rece Czerniejewski for Pew

I was catching up from the recent fast action and missed most of the first period. 2-1 Mukwonago heading into the second. Goebel gets a reversal and is now up 4-1. Lots of action for such a low scoring match. Pewaukee chooses down in the third and gets the escape. 4-2 until Goebel gets another takedown to go up 6-2. He gets a stall call for his ride, and then gives up another escape to make the final 6-3.

Muk 40 - Pew 6

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« Reply #12 on: February 13, 2018, 09:47:36 PM »

113 Clayon Janes for Muk vs. Nate Carerros for Pew

Janes almost catches an early head throw, but Carerros counters and earns the takedown. Pew up 2-0.

Muk goes down. Pew throws legs and grabs a guillotine. He's able to lock his hands around Janes' head after he gets his back points, but Janes keeps fighting for what seems like an eternity. 5-0 heading into the third, Carerros chooses top.

Carreros stays tough with the legs, but is unable to turn Janes again. Final score 5-0.

Muk 40 - Pew 9
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« Reply #13 on: February 13, 2018, 09:54:59 PM »

We are now at 120, the final match of the night. Josiah Lynden for Muk and Noah Martin for Pew.

The dual may have been over a long time ago, but don't tell these two kids that! The first period features some amazing scrambles and a (questionable) first takedown awarded to Martin before an almost immediate reversal by Lynden. Before its over, Martin has earned another reversal, and the match is 4-2 Pew heading into the 2nd.

Lynden chooses down for the 2nd, and after some more quick action and great reactions, Martin rides out the entire period.

Martin now chooses down for the 3rd. He earns his reversal as people start to make for the exits. He rides out the 3rd, and earns a 6-2 victory.

Final Score Mukwonago 40, Pewaukee 12
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« Reply #14 on: February 13, 2018, 11:02:59 PM »

Excellent write up! Your detail was perfect Coach G.
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