May 23 • 12:10 PM

Imlay wins Capac Invitational

Capac places third, West Bloomfield winds up with second

Imlay City’s Kyle Guerrero (top) and Capac’s Matt Schuman tangle in action at the Capac Invite. photo by Kevin Kissane.

December 08, 2010
IMLAY CITY — The Imlay City wrestling team posted a 5-0 mark en route to a first-place finish last Saturday at the Capac Invitational.

Imlay City opened their five-match stint with a 40-36 win against DeLaSalle. That was followed by a 42-28 victory over West Bloomfield; a 49-30 triumph against North Branch; a 56-24 win over Flint Kearsley; and a 45-30 victory against Capac.

Drew Pawlaczyk (130), Kyle Guerrero (135), Sam Lyscas (140), Jake Scillian (145) and Nick Nivison (160) led Imlay City with 5-0 marks that day.

Ray Murawski (125), Jake Newton (152) and William Podeski (215) gave Imlay City unbeaten marks as well. Each finished at 2-0.

Rojelio Oliva (285) notched the next best Imlay City winning percentage that day. He wound up with a 4-1 record.

Garrett Toombs (103) added a 3-2 mark to Imlay City's cause.

With the results, Imlay City now stands at 7-0 overall.

Imlay City returns to action this Wednesday when it hosts a quad. There they are scheduled to face Lapeer East and New Lothrop. That action is slated to get underway at 6 p.m.

Capac notches third place at its own invitational

CAPAC — The Capac wrestling team went 3-2 to lock up a third-place showing last Saturday at an invitational it hosted.

Capac began their five-match tournament stint with a 57-24 rout of Flint Kearsley. That was followed by a 54-24 win over North Branch; a 45-30 victory against DeLaSalle; a 38-36 loss to West Bloomfield; and a 45-30 setback to Imlay City.

Mykle Dedenbach (112) and Thomas Bolday (189) paced Capac with 5-0 records that day.

Dustin Hunsucker (103) and Dan Cornish (152) provided Capac with 4-1 mat showings.

Derik Hulwick (130), Matt Schuman (135), Devon Rosseau (140) and Josh Tucker (160) tacked on 3-2 records to Capac's cause.

With the outcomes, Capac now stands at 4-3 overall.

Capac returns to action this Wednesday when they travel to Imlay City. There they will square off versus New Lothrop and Lapeer East. The action begins at 6 p.m.

Kevin Kissane has been covering high school sports for the Tri-City Times since 1985. When not standing on a field or court with his camera and notepad, he enjoys golf, travel and family. Kevin is a 1980 graduate of Capac High School, and is also a grad of St. Clair Community College and earned a degree in journalism from Central Michigan University.
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