PAXTON – The Paxton-Buckley-Loda High School wrestling team lost 42-18 Tuesday to Dwight.
Chase Cornett pinned his 160-pound opponent in 43 seconds. Jacob Parrish won via 11-7 decision in the 145-pound match and Hunter Anderson won via 13-8 decision in the 132-pound match.
Alesha Cornett won by forfeit at 106 pounds.
DANVILLE – The Gibson City-Melvin-Sibley/Fisher High School wrestling team won 57-22 Tuesday over Danville.
Austin Pinaire pinned his 113-pound opponent in 5:21 and Jacob Horsch won via 40-second pinfall in the 138-pound match. Jared Trantina won via 1:44 pinfall in the 170-pound match while Hayden Workman pinned his 182-pound opponent in 5:13.
NORMAL – The Gibson City-Melvin-Sibley/Fisher Middle School wrestling team competed in Saturday’s Normal Parkside Super Duals.
Cale Horsch went 2-0 in the 85-pound class, and won an exhibition match against Rock Falls’ top-ranked 90-pound wrestler, to remain undefeated for the season.
Here are some of the highlights from Saturday's meet in Normal ...
Kellyn Maynard – The former Paxton-Buckley-Loda girls basketball standout had 21 points, six rebounds, three steals and three assists for Illinois Central College in a 75-41 win over Danville Area Community College on Saturday, Jan. 7. On Wednesday, Jan. 11, Maynard had nine rebounds and five points to help the Cougars (14-5) win 87-69 over Bryant & Stratton.
FISHER – The Gibson City-Melvin-Sibley/Fisher High School wrestling team lost 36-35 Friday to LeRoy/Tri-Valley.
Calen Ragle won via 1:09 pinfall in the 126-pound match while Jacob Horsch pinned his 145-pound opponent in 1:51.
PAXTON – The Paxton-Buckley-Loda High School wrestling team lost 54-15 Thursday to Hoopeston Area.
Hunter Anderson won via 9-3 decision in the 132-pound match over Elijah Vannica. Jacob Parrish and Alesha Cornett each won by forfeit in the 138- and 106-pound classes, respectively.
Hoopeston Area 54, PBL 15
PAXTON – The Paxton-Buckley-Loda High School wrestling team was shorthanded when it hosted Tuesday’s triangular meet against Mount Zion and Clinton.