After two triangular meets last week, Cannon Falls wrestlers Gavin Peterson, Calvin Singwald and Preston Carlisle remain undefeated on the season.
Goodhue 55, Cannon Falls 20 (Jan. 28)
The Bombers forfeited seven matches against the Wildcats.
Carlisle was able to finish his match quickly against the Wildcats’ JJ O’Reilly. Carlisle pinned O’Reilly in 37 seconds.
Matches for Peterson and Singwald went the distance. Singwald won 15-0 against the Wildcats’ Hayden Holm. Peterson’s match against the Wildcats’ Lucas Bortz was much closer, barely winning in a score of 5-4.
Lakeville South 39, Cannon Falls 28 (Jan. 28)
In their second match of the Goodhue Triangular, the Bombers forfeited four matches to the Cougars, narrowly losing.
The match was close throughout between the two squads, with Singewald winning by decision and Peterson pinning the Cougars’ Leo English in the second period.
The Bombers would take the lead over the Cougars after a marathon match between the Colten Black and Parker Hall. Black scored nine takedowns in the match, winning 20-8.
Forfeits later on in the match and a Cougars pin was too much for the Bombers to overcome.
Cannon Falls 40, Park High School 27 (Jan. 30)
The Bombers season has started off with a number of injuries, needing younger wrestlers to step up.
Against Park High School at their triangular, seventh grader Tristan Zingler helped his team in a close match against the Wolfpack, winning 6-4.
Pins by Singewald, Carlisle, and Kyle Erlanson made for a complete team win over the Wolfpack.
Lakeville North 57, Cannon Falls 22 (Jan. 30)
Similar to their previous matches last week, a mixture of forfeits and pins buried the Bombers against Panthers.
Carlisle and Singwald pinned their opponents in the match. Peterson’s match was forfeited.
Jonathan Banks shut out the Panthers’ Nico Demo, 8-0 as well.
The Wolfpack won seven of the last nine matches during the triangular.
The Bombers next matches will be on Thursday at Kenyon-Wanamingo and Saturday at Hastings.