Jayhawks show their dominance against Muskegon Community College

Jayhawks show their dominance against Muskegon Community College

SANBORN – After falling behind early in the dual, the Jamestown Community College wrestling team was able to get a 29-21 win over Muskegon Community College Friday night at the Niagara County Community College Duals.


The Jayhawks (2-4) were down out the gate, 12-0, after having to forfeit the first two matches of the night. From that point, Jamestown had to claw their way back in order to pull out a win. Colten Studley (141) got the ball rolling for JCC, defeating Issac Trout in a close 9-7 decision win. Taige Jones (149) kept the momentum going, picking up the fall against Parker Dalson in 6:35, making the score 12-9 in favor of Muskegon.


JCC drew even with Muskegon at the halfway point as Joey Perry (157) got a 9-6 decision victory over Trent Myre. Jamestown took over the lead with Seth MacTavish (165) getting a medical forfeit win against Trevor Madison, giving JCC a 18-12.


Dan Torres (174) continues to have a dominant season, picking up yet again another tech. fall, this time defeating Colby Delberry by a 17-2 win. JCC got another quick six points with Jesse Storch (184) getting a win via forfeit, making it 29-12 in favor of the Jayhawks.


Muskegon closed out the night, winning the last two matches. Muskegon won the 197-pound match by forfeit and Alex Trim edged out Max Wills (hwt.), 6-5.


The Jayhawks will have a quick turnaround as they will compete in the Thunderwolves Open at NCCC starting at 9:30 a.m.



JCC 29 – MCC 21


125 – Muskegon over forfeit

133 – Muskegon over forfeit

141 – Colten Studley (JCC) over Issac Trout (MCC), 9-7 decision

149 – Taige Jones (JCC) over Parker Dalson (MCC), fall 6:35

157 – Joey Perry (157) over Trent Myre (MCC), 9-6 decision

165 – Seth MacTavish (JCC) over Trevor Madison (MCC), medical forfeit

174 – Dan Torres (JCC) over Colby Delberry (MCC), 17-2 tech. fall

184 – Jesse Storch (JCC) over forfeit

197 – Muskegon over forfeit

HWT. – Alex Trim (MCC) over Max Wills (JCC), 6-5 decision