Capac 160-pounder Dan Patton is in command of his match versus Dakota’s Mike Wranosky last Wednesday. Patton won by a 9-6 score. photo by Kevin Kissane.
December 26, 2007
CAPAC — The Capac wrestling team picked up a pair of non-conference wins last Wednesday at home.
Capac began the aforementioned two-match stint with a 77-3 victory over Sandusky.
Dan Patton, Arthur Andrade, Shawn Kaiser and Alex Wegner paced Capac with triumphs via the pinfall route. Patton required 1:34 to stop Coty VanBuskirk at 160 pounds; Andrade needed 4:38 to turn back 189-pound foe Jesse Pagel; Kaiser took 50 seconds to defeat Nick Willing at 215 pounds; and Wegner required 28 seconds to beat heavyweight counterpart Erik Maitland.
Matt Schuman (103), Eric Bollaert (119), Joshua Kaiser (125), Brandon Schalm (130), Josh Tucker (135), Clay Colwell (140), Darren Hunsucker (145) and Thomas Bolday (171) provided Capac with wins by void.
Andrew Bollaert added a victory by technical fall to Capac's cause, accomplishing the feat with a 16-1 outcome versus Jon Zahlinski at 112 pounds.
Later that evening, Capac earned a 54-24 win at Dakota's expense.
There a group consisting of Joshua Kaiser, Schalm, Hunsucker, Brian Kulman, Bolday, Shawn Kaiser and Wegner led Capac with victories via the pinfall route. Joshua Kaiser required 1:22 to upend Dominic Derita at 119 pounds; Schalm took 22 seconds to best 125-pound adversary Jeff Sloan; Hunsucker needed 3:53 to turn back Jack Silva at 145 pounds; Kulman required 4:43 to down 152-pound rival Ryan Benoit; Bolday took 1:41 to conquer Justin Magar at 171 pounds; Shawn Kaiser needed 2:15 to stop 215-pound foe Sean Catenese; and Wegner required 1:27 to top Mike Laamanen at heavyweight.
Eric Bollaert (112) gave Capac a triumph by void.
Andrew Bollaert (103) and Patton (160) tacked on wins by decision to Capac's cause. The former made Greg Day absorb a 19-13 loss and the latter handed Mike Wranosky a 9-6 setback.
With Wednesday's outcomes, Capac now stands at 19-4 overall.
Sports Editor, Kevin Kissane has been covering sports for the Tri-City Times for over 20 years and is one of the most recognizable personalities in the area. Kevin when not covering anything from little league baseball to football, or softball to basketball, can be found on the links playing his favorite sport, golf.