LINDSBORG — Bethany College’s 14th-ranked wrestling team totally dominated Bacone College on Wednesday, surrendering just one match in a 42-3 rout.
Bacone won the first match at 125, but was never to be heard from again.
"This was a solid team performance tonight with each guy stepping in and feeding off a great atmosphere," Bethany coach Jacob Marrs said. "We really want to make each of our dual meets a special event and it is good to see us perform at a high level at home. We couldn't be more grateful for our fans, administration and the college in helping create that environment.”
125: Quinton Harrison lost 7-4 to Chase Martinez. (Bacone 3-0)
133: James Lohman defeats Abel Mejia 9-5. (Tie 3-3)
141: Colt Rogers defeated Gabe Boynay 11-6. (Bethany 6-3)
149: Colby Crank pinned Preston Steen at 5:16. (Bethany 12-3)
157: Jonathan Blackwell defeated Andres Perez 7-2. (Bethany 15-3)
165: Jordon Ward defeated Josue Terrones 7-5. (Bethany 18-3)
174: Zach Eaton pinned Thomas Pegues at 1:20. (Bethany 24-3)
184: Spencer Wilson pinned Jose Hernandez at 1:50. (Bethany 30-3)
197: Taylor Baird pinned Vincent Opuiyo at 4:35. (Bethany 36-3)
285: Zach Anderson pinned Fernando Herrera at 1:15. (Bethany 42-3)
The Swedes are in action Saturday at the Midwest Dual in Kearney, Neb. They tangle with Doane College at 9 a.m., Dakota Wesleyan University at 11:30 a.m., Hastings College at 2 p.m., and Southwest Minnesota State University at 4 p.m.