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Page Ten N/Warren Town and County News Thursday, January 24, 2013 Zach Johnston (126) vs Ottumwa Ryley Smith (132) vs Roosevelt Austin Pierangeli (138) vs Ottumwa Erich Voitel (195) vs Pella By Tracee Saltz The Norwalk Warrior Wrestling team attended the Allie Morrison Dual Tournament in Marshall- town Saturda Jan. 5. In the first dual of the day, our Warriors wrestled against the Blue Demons from Albia. In this dual, our team won four for- feited rounds giving Norwalk a nice, easy 24 points earned by Michael Riordan (106), Chase Fouts (113), Erich Voitel (195) and Zach Swanson (220) just for showing up. Jake Kestel (285) wrestled the first match of the dual that ended in a decisioned victory for Tim Cole of Albia. Following Kestel, we had two of the four forfeited rounds in favor of Norwalk happen. Then we watched Warrior Kenny Onstot (120) wrestle Blue Demon Shadow Leshen. The match ended with Leshen secur- ing a fall over Onstot. Zach Johnston (126) and Dominic Debban (132) lost two Michael Riordan (106) vs Grinnell decisioned matches fol- lowing Onstot, which put the team scores after Debban's match at Nor- walk 12, Albia 21. Up next came Austin Pierangeli (138) for the Warriors who wrestled hard and won a decisioned match over Caleb White for the Demons. The next two Albia Demons were able to secure falls for their team over our Warriors Jessie Cowie (145) and Casey Rudolf (152). Fol- lowing thee two falls, Albia's Brett Leshen won a major decisioned match against our Dusten Saltz (160). This brings our dual team scores to Norwalk 15, Albia 37. Our Warriors are having a tough time against this Blue Demon team. Nathan Johnston (170) came out next and won the Warriors six more points securing a fall against Joe Sagar from Albia, quickly followed by Onstot (182) winning a decisioned match against Christian Summers. The last two matches were the other two forfeited matches in favor of Norwalk, which gives us a final dual team score of Norwalk 36, Albia 37. Phew! We almost caught them! I am going to summa- rize, as best I can, the next four duals in an effort to make sure I can get the re- sults of our Ballard meet posted for everyone. The second dual brought the Norwalk Warriors head to head with the Johnston Dragons. This dual began with our 106-pounder, Riordan against Henry Pohlmeyer of the Dragons. The match ended in a ma- jor decisioned, four team pint, victory for PohI- meyer. Next Travis Price secured a fall for the Drag- ons against Dylan De- Freece (113). Another fall was secured for the Johnston team at the 120- pounder weight class be- tween Chase Fouts from Dusten Saltz (160) vs Pella Erich Voitel (195) Norwalk and Shane scoreboard for Norwalk. Vaughan. I do not have the The dual team scores at name of the Dragon wres- this point are Norwalk 4, tier that Z. Johnston (126) Johnston 16. won a major decisioned Debban (132) for the match against; however,Warriors wrestled next this put four points on the and lost a major decis- !i: iii ?i~i~i~i~i~i~ii~ii~iiiii :I:I ioned match against Johnny Walsh for the Dragons. Pierangeli (138) followed up though by se- curing a fall over Anthony Concluded p. 11 4 I