Thursday, February 3, 2011
In anticipation of the blizzard that besieged the mid-Missouri area, the Westminster College men’s and women’s teams postponed Wednesday night’s scheduled home doubleheader against SLIAC opponent Fontbonne University.
The games will be made up Monday night, starting with the women’s contest at 6. The men’s game then tips off at 8.
Westminster will travel to Greenville (Ill.) College for a St. Louis Intercollegiate Athletic Conference doubleheader on Saturday. The women will begin at 1, followed by the men at 3.
The Lady Blue Jays — owners of an eight-game winning streak — are 13-5 overall and hold a two-game lead in the conference standings at 10-0. The Blue Jays (10-9), meanwhile, have dropped three in a row and have fallen into a tie for third place in the SLIAC at 7-3.
Fulton Kids Wrestling Club
competes at Wentzville, Washington
The Fulton Parks and Rec Kids Wrestling Club combined to win 80 matches and captured 14 gold medals at the Wentzville Timberwolves and Washington tournaments last weekend.
Dustin Loucks also recorded his 100th career victory. Loucks and Dylan Pearson were part of the District 7 squad that finished third out of eight teams at the District Dual Tournament on Sunday.
Taking first place in their respective age divisions for Fulton at the Wentzville Timberwolves Tournament were Jackson Caswell, Owen Uhls, Zoey Hrabovsky, Andy Baysinger and Isaiah Pani.
Second-place finishers included Paige Clines, Josh Dunmire, Dylan Pearson, Dustin Loucks and Luke Berrey. Placing third for Fulton were Jaren Kern, Sheldon Russell, Danny Williams, Aaron Pearson, Jacob Kern, Julian Schoening, Trenton Clines and Andrew Wayant.
Earning fourth-place finishes were Conner Russell, Tucker Caswell, Devin Albers, Austin Anderson and Jared Strough, while Dylan Anderson and Michael Carlin both came in fifth.
Winning championships for Fulton at the Washington Tournament were Owen Uhls, Grant Wright, Josh Dunmire, Jackson Caswell, Jadon Henry, Tucker Caswell, Luke Berrey, Dennis Kingsley and Clayton Bristol.
Securing second-place finishes were Sam Wood, Tommy Kingsley, Dawson Wright, Colton Bristol, Brenden Holsman and Trevor Dunmire. Third-place finishers included Eli Henry, Aaron Pearson, Bradley Holsman, Michael Carlin and Milo Henry, while Julian Schoening took fourth.