Boys Varsity Wrestling
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- Game Date
- Mar 24, 2021
Fremont Wrestling Wins 2nd Straight Team Regional Championship
Fremont Wrestling (26-2) is headed to the Division 2 State Championships for the second straight year in Kalamazoo. The Packers were able to defeat both Bay City John Glenn and Escanaba to advance to the Quarterfinals.
In the first round, Fremont faced John Glenn High School and started at the 285 pound weight class. The Bobcats took the initial lead with a pin, but Killian Prewitt answered that with a pin against Jakob Beaver. He would be followed by wins from RJ Thome (major) and Tee Ward (pin.) The Packers took the lead and maintained the advantage for the remainder of the dual. At 125 pounds, Daniel Romero was able to keep it to a decision against the District Runner-up Dakota Forgash making the dual score 16-9. Fremont then posted 3 pins in a row from Eli Beasley (130), Trey Myers (135) and Alex Gleason (140), giving the Packers the lead of 34-9. At 145 and 152, John Glenn fought back with a pin and a decision putting the dual score at 34-18. At 160 pounds, Trey Breuker then faced Ethan Buzzard and took just over a minute to pin the Bobcat and clinch the team victory giving him his 150th Career Win in the process. The Packers then gave up a pin at 171 but countered with a fall by Michael Romero at 189. The Bobcats won at 215 and the final score of the dual was 46-30.
The Regional Finals bout was between Fremont and Escanaba. The Eskymos started the dual with a win, but Fremont had a series of 4 consecutive pins from RJ Thome, Tee Ward, Eli Beasley and Trey Myers. At 135, Escanaba posted a pin but the Packers won by a pin in 40 seconds from Alex Gleason at 140. Escanaba won by decision at 145. Matt Lucas faced 152 pound District Runner-up Brodey Bevins and battled to only give up a major decision putting the dual score at 30-19. Jager Kibart recorded a pin against Jaxon Vizneau in 36 seconds and to seal the victory once again, Trey Breuker pinned Thomas Neumann in 51 seconds. Escanaba won at 189 and 215, but Colby Wright (285) was able to give the Packers a strong finish pinning Nick Carlson in 2:27. The final score of the dual was 48-29.
Fremont will travel to Kalamazoo’s Wing Stadium on March 30th to compete in the Division 2 State Championships.