Northside Methodist’s lone earn was a forfeit gain by Brayden Monk at 285.
Four exhibition matches were held and Northside Methodist received 3 of individuals, two on initial-period pins. Bailey pinned Evan Nelson, Shiny pinned Evan Wittman and Dyson received a 9-3 choice over Samuel Lynon.
Enterprise’s Galvez pinned Northside Methodist’s Hartman in the other exhibition.
In the twin towards Dothan, five Wildcats gained on the mat and six received by forfeits. Soar pinned Dothan’s Yandel Collazo at 182 and Jasso pinned William Peacock at 220, each in the first period of time. Hanshaw pinned Caleb Ham in the second time period, Wittman won on a 3rd-time period pin more than Olivia Piasecki at 126, though trailing 10-7 and Kirk pinned Cameron Mathis in the 1st period.
Winning by forfeits were Kameron Stiffler (113), McFarland (120), Hunt (132), Galvez (138), Sigmon (152) and Lynon (160).
Dothan winners were being Dunyea Dorsey, Garrett Holland Isaiah Miatke. Dorsey pinned Braman in the very first interval at 170, Holland also won on a very first-time period pin, beating Warren at 195 pounds, whilst Mitake gained by a forfeit.
Northside Methodist can take gain: Northside Methodist defeated Dothan 48-24 in a twin match Friday at the Northside Methodist health and fitness center.