Crookston goes 2-2 at Mahnomen-Waubun invite.
Coming off a 46-35 dual loss on Thursday, the Crookston Pirates wrestling team took part in the Mahnomen-Waubun dual tournament invitational Friday and came away with a 2-2 record.
“I was very proud of our guys as they competed extremely hard and found a lot of success,” Pirates head coach Wes Hanson said.
The Pirates defeated the Red Lake County Central Mustangs 69-9, with eight wins coming from forfeits and five wins coming from falls.
Crookston then faced off with the Wadena-Deer Creek, Wolverines where both squads ended in a 34-34 tie. However, because W-DC won seven matches comparied to Crookston’s six, they were awarded a tiebreaker point based on criteria.
The Pirates’ third opponent was the Moorhead Spuds , but were only able to win five of the 14 matches and lost 57-16.
Crookston rebounded against the Mahnomen-Waubun Indians with a 58-22 victory to finish the day with a 2-2 team dual record.
The Pirates won 10 of the 14 matches by either fall or forfeit.
Zach Brown (106), Colton Weiland (138) and Lukas Meier (145) went 4-0 in their respective classes by either forfeit, decision, fall, or major decision.
Crookston returns to the mat at 7 p.m. Thursday for a dual on the road against the Roseau Rams.
“We are looking forward to the matchup this week in Roseau as they are a section opponent,” Hanson said. “I expect it to be a very competitive dual.”