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’Cats win one, lose two at quad

Carrie Moore
Published: Thursday, January 24th, 2013

Tyler Hughes (106 pounds) tries to overpower St. Thomas More opponent Stone Durham in the opening match of the Custer-STM dual at the Custer Quadrangular.

 

In its last home dual of the year, the Custer High School wrestling team had a 1-2 victory at the quadrangular featuring Spearfish/Lead-Deadwood, St. Thomas More and Hot Springs.
“We gave up a lot of points where we shouldn’t have,” said Custer head coach Jared Webster.
In the first match up of the night, the Wildcats took on Spearfish/Lead-Deadwood and were defeated, 62-18.
“They were stacked,” Webster said. “It gave the younger kids in a lesson in not giving up points.”
Spearfish/Lead-Deadwood quickly racked up 40 points in the dual before Dylan Severyn pinned his opponent in 50 seconds. Clayton Wahlstrom also earned points for Custer with a pin and Clay Seidler earned points for the team in an open category.
Both Chasen Cole and Casey Seidler had tough match ups against Spearfish/Lead-Deadwood opponents, where they pushed it to three rounds, but were pinned in the last seconds of the third round.
“Chasen has had tough opponents this whole year,” Webster said. “He’s in a tough weight class.”

In its last home dual of the year, the Custer High School wrestling team had a 1-2 victory at the quadrangular featuring Spearfish/Lead-Deadwood, St. Thomas More and Hot Springs.

“We gave up a lot of points where we shouldn’t have,” said Custer head coach Jared Webster.

In the first match up of the night, the Wildcats took on Spearfish/Lead-Deadwood and were defeated, 62-18.

“They were stacked,” Webster said. “It gave the younger kids in a lesson in not giving up points.”

Spearfish/Lead-Deadwood quickly racked up 40 points in the dual before Dylan Severyn pinned his opponent in 50 seconds. Clayton Wahlstrom also earned points for Custer with a pin and Clay Seidler earned points for the team in an open category.

Both Chasen Cole and Casey Seidler had tough match ups against Spearfish/Lead-Deadwood opponents, where they pushed it to three rounds, but were pinned in the last seconds of the third round.

“Chasen has had tough opponents this whole year,” Webster said. “He’s in a tough weight class.”

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