Yuma boys wrestlers improve to 4-0

The Yuma High School boys wrestlers traveled south on Saturday, picking up two more dual wins to improve to 4-0 on the young season.

Yuma opened Saturday’s action at 9 a.m. against host County Line, cruising to a 45-18 win.
John Smith opened the action with a first-period pin against Trysten Simons. Maddox Hisam got a first-period pin against Brendan Reifschneider at 132. Louden Blach earned a 5-3 decision at 170 against Aiden Michael. Kallen Blach got a first-period pin against Chris Torrez at 182. Blaze Brophy, Yahir Trejo, Jose Ruiz and Brandon Mendoza all got forfeit wins. Trey Stegman lost by fall at 145, and Zeke Martinez lost by fall at 152.
The Indians then took on Burlington, claiming a 48-24 dual win.
Yuma’s first win on the mat came at 145, where Stegman won by fall in the first period over Luis Enriquez. Trejo followed two matches later with a third-period pin of Dwaine Bland at 160. L. Blach got another first-period pin at 170 over Angel Vela, followed by K. Blach getting a third-period pin of Lucian Grinnan at 182. Ruiz got at 50-second pin of Diego Estrada at 220, and Mendoza picked up a pin in the second period at 285 against Isaac Mantey. J Smith closed out the day with a 3-minute pin of Matakeasji Rodriguez at 120. Hisam lost by fall at 132, as did Martinez at 152. Brophy won by forfeit at 138. Yuma gave up forfeits at 126 and 106. Neither team fielded a wrestler at 195 and 113.
The Indians have this week to hone their skills in practice before returning to competition next weekend.