Sherrard wrestling tops Alleman


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Posted Online: Jan. 10, 2013, 10:11 pm
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By Daniel Makarewicz, danmak@qconline.com
Throughout this season, Sherrard wrestling coach Jeff Garrett has stressed that his youthful roster must take advantage of any learning opportunities.

Thursday night provided one.

Despite watching his team earn a 55-18 win over Alleman at the Casey Gym, Garrett would not embrace fully the result. In his mind, the inexperience showed in certain matches.

"Some of them didn't wrestle well," Garrett said. "We could've done better. A win is a win, but it could've been better. There are things to work on."

In winning for the 10th time in 15 duals, the Tigers, ranked 25th in the latest Illinois Best Weekly Class 1A poll, had a 24-0 lead from the start since Alleman forfeited four weights. Expecting his team to still perform to his expectations, Garrett felt Sherrard was missing some intensity.

The Pioneers took advantage, getting consecutive decision wins from Sterling Mowen (138 pounds) and Jacob Orth (145) to offset Sam Ryner's 132-pound fall in the opening bout.

"We talked about going out there, fighting and battling hard," said Alleman coach James Ealy, who received falls from Sean Wetherell (170) and Ben West (220). "We did that pretty well. ... The kids are showing heart and they're getting better."

Other than those four bouts, Sherrard did not lose as it won the final five bouts by fall or forfeit. Jacob Hast (120), Jacob Doak (126) and Ben Corlett (285) each logged second first-period pins. Dylan Mizaur (160) secured a major decision.

Hunter Spengler (106), Chance Teel (113), Sam Congdon (182) and Jon Stoops (195) earned forfeit victories.

"They're learning," Garrett said. "For some of them, it's a slow process. Others have the grasp at what's at hand. We still have work to do."

Most of the improvements need to happen when the Tigers are in control.

"We've got to ride better, we've got to finish our pinning combinations and we've got to adjust our halves," Garrett said. "We let guys to their feet too easy."

As soon as the dual ended, Garrett made sure he got his message across. Even in a victory,

"It was a win, but not a pretty one," Garrett said. "I won't say it's ugly, but it wasn't pretty."


Area wrestling leaderboard

Victories
24: Chuck Jacobsen (Monmouth-Roseville), Logan Millizer (Monmouth-Roseville), Nolan Dykema (Morrison), Tristen Finch (Mercer County); 23: Zach Nelson (Mercer County); 22: Justin Kinney (Monmouth-Roseville), Joe DeVolder (Orion), Calvin Harridge (Morrison), Alex Kisner (Mercer County); 21: Jacob DeVolder (Orion), Mikey Dierikx (Orion), Mark Breedlove (Kewanee); 19: Brandon McCullough (Erie-Prophetstown), Ashton Klingaman (Mercer County), Logan Snyder (Mercer County); 18: Hunter Spengler (Sherrard), Austin Shoup (Morrison), Bobby Lincoln (Mercer County); 17: Lane McIntyre (Monmouth-Roseville), Caine Cokel (Monmouth-Roseville), Dayton Stanford (Rockridge), Ben Corlett (Sherrard), Jon Ricke (Mercer County); 16: Josh Wheeler (Erie- Prophetstown), Jon Nicholson (Orion), Bo Walters (Kewanee), Braysen Singleton (Rockridge), Justin Moody (Rockridge), Dylan Mizaur (Sherrard), Mason Weeks (Mercer County), Matthew Weeks (Mercer County); 15: Jared Cole (Erie-Prophetstown), Seth Montgomery (Erie-Prophetstown), Chance Teel (Sherrard), Preston Adams (Mercer County)
Falls
18: Justin Kinney (Monmouth-Roseville); 17: Alex Kisner (Mercer County); 16: Tristen Finch (Mercer County); 15: Chuck Jacobsen (Monmouth-Roseville), Mark Breedlove (Kewanee), Ben Corlett (Sherrard), Calvin Harridge (Morrison); 14: Lane McIntyre (Monmouth-Roseville), Brandon McCullough (Erie-Prophetstown); 13: Joe DeVolder (Orion), Dayton Stanford (Rockridge); 12: Logan Millizer (Monmouth-Roseville), Josh Wheeler (Erie-Prophetstown), Bo Walters (Kewanee), Hunter Spengler (Sherrard), Bobby Lincoln (Mercer County); 11: Mikey Dierikx (Orion), Justin Moody (Rockridge), Jon Ricke (Mercer County); 10: Jayson Moody (Rockridge), Steven Balk (Fulton), Austin Shoup (Morrison), Zach Nelson (Mercer County)
Technical falls
3: Logan Snyder (Mercer County); 2: Sam Ryner (Sherrard), Nolan Dykema (Morrison), Calvin Harridge (Morrison); 1: Chuck Jacobsen (Monmouth-Roseville), Justin Kinney (Monmouth-Roseville), Lane McIntyre (Monmouth-Roseville), Jared Cole (Erie-Prophetstown), Brandon McCullough (Erie-Prophetstown), Hunter Spengler (Sherrard), Dylan Mizaur (Sherrard), Bobby Deter (Morrison), Hunter Ferguson (Morrison), Jon Ricke (Mercer County), Drake Stirn (Mercer County)
Major decisions
5: Dylan Binion (Erie-Prophetstown), Zach Nelson (Mercer County); 3: Ashton Klingaman (Mercer County), Chuck Jacobsen (Monmouth-Roseville), Logan Millizer (Monmouth-Roseville), Nolan Dykema (Morrison), Tristen Finch (Mercer County)












 



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