For the first time since 2006 the Hawkeye Ten Wrestling Tournament trophy has landed in the hands of Glenwood. Saturday the Rams put together one of their best days of the season by scoring 237.5 team points. Glenwood’s 237.5 points was enough to win the tournament by 36.5 points. Creston finished second with 201 while Lewis Central finished third with 195 team points.
Trevor Anderson was the headline for Glenwood. Anderson won his third Hawkeye Ten Wrestling Title after defeating Gabriel Kjeldgaard of Lewis Central 5-4. Anderson is now only the sixth Ram to finish their career with three Hawkeye Ten Individual Titles. Trevor who is ranked #2 in Class 3A at 145 will use his H-10 title as motivation moving forward.
Anderson won by Fall :44 over Ethan Scott of Kuemper
Anderson won by Fall :18 over Cole Ridnour of Clarinda
Anderson won by Fall 3:17 over Oscar Olmos of Harlan
Anderson won by Dec. 5-4 over Gabriel Kjeldgaard of Lewis Central
Anthony Sherry looked great on Saturday by winning the 182 lbs Hawkeye Ten Title. Sherry was dominate throughout the entire day. Anthony received a bye in the first round of the tournament. After his bye, Sherry would defeat every wrestler by Fall. In the finals, Anthony would defeat Thomas Bentley of Red Oak in thirty-five seconds by Fall. Anthony is currently ranked #2 in Class 3A at 182.
Sherry received a bye
Sherry won by Fall 1:29 over Dylan Koch of Lewis Central
Sherry won by Fall :38 over Jakob Childs of Clarinda
Sherry won by Fall :35 over Thomas Bentley of Red Oak
Isaac Bales was Glenwood’s third individual Hawkeye Ten Champion on Saturday. Bales won the tournament in the 220 lbs bracket. Isaac received two byes and would then go on to defeat every opponent by Fall. Bales defeated Jaden Heiden of Denison by Fall in the championship match.
Bales received a bye
Bales received a bye
Bales won by Fall :20 over Trevor Kinyon of Creston
Bales won by Fall 1:01 over Jaden Heiden of Denison
Caleb Sanders once again found himself in the championship match at a tournament. This time Sanders was defeated by his rival John McConkey of Atlantic in the finals. McConkey won SV-1 2-1 over Sanders.
Sanders received a bye
Sanders won by Fall 1:41 over Taylor Harrington of Kuemper
Sanderson won by Fall 3:25 over Blake Sevier of Creston
John McConkey of Atlantic won by Fall SV-1 2-1 over Sanders
Brett Mower was Glenwood’s fifth wrestler to wrestle in the championship match. Mower wrestled well for the Rams. Brett would pick up wins over Carter Bendorf and Kolby Tomas by Falls to advance to the finals. Mower would face William Waugh of Lewis Central in the finals at 160. Waugh defeated Mower in the finals by Fall 1:28.
Mower received a bye
Mower won by Fall 2:22 over Carter Bendorf of Harlan
Mower won by Fall 2:33 over Kolby Thomas of Creston
William Waugh of Lewis Central won by Fall 1:28 over Mower
Senior Kenny Lampman wrestled tough for the Rams and finished third at 195. Lampman defeated Cole Nebel of Shenandoah 10-7 to finish third. Lampman went 4-1 on the day with his only loss coming against Brock Bortolotti of lewis Central 6-2. Senior Jordan Renshaw also finished third for the Rams at 152. Renshaw defeated Connor Pellett of Atlantic by Fall 3:48 to finish third at the Hawkeye Ten Championships. Nick Gill finished 6th at 170. Gill had a big win for the Rams when he defeated Ryan Higgins of Lewis Central by Fall 5:48. Tanner Maxwell finished 5th for the Rams after he defeated Leo Araujo of Denison by Fall 1:18. Brian Krewson finished 5th at 132 by defeated Kelby Luther of Creston. Dalton Book wrestled well for the Rams on Saturday. Book finished fourth after he was defeated by Tanner Higgins of Lewis Central. Ryker Case finished 6th at 120. Tyler Huey finished 5th at 113 for Glenwood. Huey defeated Hugo Medina of Denison by Fall :32 for fifth place. Dalton Bell finished fifth at 106 after defeating ethan Freeman of Creston by Fall :56.
Great team effort Glenwood. Way to step up big at the Hawkeye Ten Championships!
I would also like to congratulate Coach Brad Asche on winning South West Iowa 3A Wrestling Coach of the Year.