PHS wrestlers travel to Warrenton, Moberly

The PHS wrestling team was busy last week, traveling to meets in Warrenton and Moberly, and hosting a match against Hannibal.

The Panthers capped the week Thursday with a trip to Warrenton, where they beat Battle, but fell to Mexico and Warrenton.

Palmyra went 2-4 in actual matches in their 39-27 loss to the host team.

Palmyra’s Luke Triplett controls his Hannibal opponent during a match on the home mats last Monday. Triplett would later earn a pin.

Winning matches were:

Brayden Stevens (126) by fall at 1:59 over Anthony Edison; and

Nolyn Richards (195) by 2-0 decision over Kyler Flowers.

The Panthers went 5-4 in actual matches but still fell to Mexico, 33-28.

Winning matches were:

Audrin McElvain (106) by fall at 1:12 over Keegan Koons;

Collin Arch (138) by a 12-0 major decision over Dylan Mosley;

Hayes Miller (160) by fall at 4:36 over Terrell Williams;

Richards (195) by fall at 2:22 over Caleb Prater; and

Luke Triplett (220) by fall at 2:52 over Deacon Haag.

Palmyra won all three actual matches in a 15-6 win over Battle.

Winning matches were:

Miller (160) by 8-6 decision over Austen Wetzel;

Triplett (220) by fall at 0:57 over Rickie Dunn; and

Xzavier Battaglio (285) by fall at 3:06 over Livingston Coaty. 

The Panthers also traveled Tuesday to Moberly where they lost to the host team, 72-12, and beat Boonville, 39-24.

Palmyra went 5-2 in actual matches against Boonville.

Winning were:

McElvain (106) by fall at 5:21 over Hayden Mendez;

Brayden Stevens (132) by fall at 1:28 over Chase Amos;

Miller (160) by 1-0 decision over Zavier Flippin;

Jayden Sharrow (170) by fall at 1:11 over Tyson White; and

Richards (194) by fall at 2:22 over Ryder Comegys.

The Panthers went 2-7 against Moberly.

Winning for Palmyra were:

Brayden Stevens (132) by fall at 2:56 over Carter Smith; and

Collin Arch (138) by fall at 1:43 at Gage St. Clair.

Palmyra lost 3-6 to Hannibal on the home mats Monday.

Winning matches for Palmyra were:

Collin Arch (138) by fall at 1:46 over Koen Ramage;

Ross Arch (152) by fall at 0:37 over Danny Jeffries; and

Triplett (220) by fall at 0:55 over Ryan Ross.

The Palmyra girls were in action at Moberly Tuesday and defeated Boonville 30-18.

Winning actual matches were:

Emma Watkins (107) by fall  at 0:15 over Haylie Mendez; and

Kylie Begley (137) by fall at 0:37 over Tristen Offineer.

Five Lady Panthers also competed at the Saint Clair Girls Tournament recently including Watkins, Begley, Anna Ragar, Dyoni Mundy and Keri Schindler.

Mundy went 4-2, earning all of her victories by fall over opponents from Parkway South, Kirkville and Union (two).

Ragar went 3-2, earning her three victories by fall over opponents from Elden, Wright City and St. Clair.