Osky and Local Kids Find Success at State Wrestling on First Day

Oskaloosa Indians

Oskaloosa Indians

by Matt Saville

For four Osky wrestlers their dreams of winning a state title began at Wells Fargo in Des Moines Thursday afternoon, and it was a good overall performance for the first day.

Osky headed into the first day of the State Wrestling Tournament with wanting to show the state that they were there to make some noise, in hopes of getting up on the podium on Saturday night. One day down and all four Osky wrestlers are still alive and moving on to Friday. Two of the four wrestlers, Seniors Mason Wisse and Drea Lamb, are moving on with first round wins and the other two, Junior Skylar DeJong and Freshman Drew Sams, are alive after losing their first round matches, but then came out fighting and won in the consolation first round.

All four wrestlers had very exciting matches and fought and clawed to make it into the second day of the historic State Tournament. Listed below are the Osky results and other local area kids and how they fared on the first day.

Osky First Round Results:
#9 Drew Sams lost dec. to #4 Triston Lara , Fort Dodge 8-5
#9 Skylar DeJong lost dec. to #4 Paul Glynn, Bettendorf 8-6
#4 Mason Wisse won by pin over Ross Simms, Ankeny 2:40
Drea Lamb won by dec. over Dustin Putnam, Council Bluffs Abraham Lincoln 5-1
First Round Consolation:
Sams won dec. over Jake Watters, West Des Moines Dowling 7-5
DeJong won by pin over Robbie Finch, Council Bluffs AL 2:40

Albia First Round Winners:
Shadow Leshen
Bryce Leshen
Griffin Osing
Brett Leshen
Carter Isley
Still alive in the consolation:
Dalton Folkerts

Eddyville Blakesburg First Round Winners:
Jeren Glosser
Blake Marolf
Tucker Black
Tyler Foubert
Dillon Pigsley
Still alive in Consolation:
Hunter Johnston
Eliminated
Cody Brown

Lynnville Sully
Still alive in consolation:
Caden Doll

Sigourney Keota
Still alive in consolation:
Bryce Brown
Eliminated
Nathan Fritz
Lane Boender
Tucker Fowler

Action will begin again Friday morning for day 2 . Albia is 5th in team points in 2A after day one. Eddyville Blakesburg is in 3rd in 2A and Osky is tied for 14th, all after day one.

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