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Logansport regional roundup: Winamac’s Wilson advances to first semistate

Pioneer wrestlers miss regional due to quarantine


Sports Editor, RTC

Winamac senior wrestler Isaiah Wilson qualified for his first career semistate after finishing fourth at 170 pounds at the Logansport regional at the Berry Bowl Saturday.

Wilson clinched his semistate bid with an 11-5 win over Lafayette Jeff’s Elijah Brown in his ticket match.

Wilson then dropped his semifinal match by fall in 4:46 to Faith Christian’s Mac Smart and his third-place match to Harrison (West Lafayette)’s Ethan Popp 8-1.

Wilson had previously won the Hoosier North and sectional titles. He will wrestle again at the East Chicago semistate at 10 a.m. Eastern this Saturday.

Wilson’s win over Brown was Winamac’s only win in 11 matches on the day.

Winamac wrestlers who lost their ticket match included Shaun Pratt (120), who lost 6-2 to Lafayette Central Catholic’s Dominic Skees 6-2; Tyler Tankersley (126), who lost to Faith Christian’s Tristan Cain by fall in 2:51; Talan Braun (132), who lost by fall in 5:06 to Harrison’s Tristen Tuttle; Phillip Crippin (145), who lost by fall in 5:21 to West Lafayette’s Valin Hedden; Caleb Good (152), who lost by fall in 5:03 to Lafayette Jeff’s Durya Minor; Tyler Perry (160), who lost by fall in 1:24 to Lafayette Jeff’s Charlie Ensign; Jason Tankersley (182), who lost by fall in 3:16 to Harrison’s Levi Buck; Dakota Smith (195), who lost an 11-4 decision to Delphi’s Kooper Kinsler; and Dylan Penicaro (HWT), who lost by fall in 4:48 to Seeger’s Cade Walker.

Pratt and Jason Tankersley qualified for semistate last year.

Winamac scored six points and finished in 17th place out of 22 teams. Harrison won the regional with 148 points. Harrison won their 13th regional title in school history and their ninth straight.

Meanwhile, none of Pioneer’s three regional qualifiers competed at Logansport. Logan Smith (160), Peyton Schnurpel (170) and Mason Schnurpel (HWT) all withdrew due to quarantine issues, Pioneer athletic director John Bingaman told RTC.

LOGANSPORT WRESTLING REGIONAL RESULTS: Harrison (West Lafayette) 148, Rensselaer 107.5, Lafayette Jeff 107, West Lafayette 93, West Central 64.5, McCutcheon 60, North Newton 37, Seeger 35, Faith Christian 34, Lafayette Central Catholic 24.5, North White 22, Twin Lakes 14, Carroll (Flora) 13, Attica 11, Delphi 10, Logansport 7, WINAMAC 6, Benton Central 0, Frontier 0, PIONEER 0, South Newton 0, Tri-County 0


120 – Shaun Pratt – DNP

lost to Skees (Lafayette Central Catholic), 6-2

126 – Tyler Tankersley – DNP

lost to Tristan Cain (Faith Christian), fall, 2:51

132 – Talan Brain – DNP

lost to Tristan Tuttle (Harrison), fall, 5:06

145 – Phillip Crippin – DNP

lost to Hedden (West Lafayette), fall, 5:21

152 – Calen Good – DNP

lost to Minor (Lafayette Jeff), fall, 5:03

160 – Tyler Perry – DNP

lost to Ensign, fall, 1:24

170 – Isaiah Wilson – fourth

def. Brown (Lafayette Jeff), 11-5

lost to Smart (Faith Christian), fall, 4:46

lost to Popp (Harrison), 8-1

182 – Jason Tankersley – DNP

lost to Buck (Harrison), fall, 3:16

195 – Dakota Smith – DNP

lost to Kinsler (Delphi), 11-4

HWT – Dylan Penicaro – DNP

lost to Walker (Seeger), fall, 4:48


160 – Logan Smith – did not wrestle

170 – Peyton Schnurpel – did not wrestle

HWT – Mason Schnurpel – did not wrestle


106 – Liam Siburcrist (North White), 113 – Drake Fritz (West Central), 120 – Nathaniel Hennessey (Seeger), 126 – Larz Hughes (Rensselaer), 132 – Lakin Webb (Rensselaer), 138 – Kyle Carter (Rensselaer), 145 – Braden Nuest (West Central), 152 – Tristen Hood (Harrison), 160 – Carlos Perez-Xochipa (Harrison), 170 – Spencer Phillips (McCutcheon), 182 – Levi Buck (Harrison), 195 – Connor Barket (West Lafayette), 220 – Jacob Raub (Lafayette Jeff), HWT – Mariere Omonode (West Lafayette)


170 – Isaiah Wilson vs. Aiden Sneed (Kankakee Valley)

Potential ticket match: Jesse Herrera (Highland)

(NOTE: Sneed is ranked No. 18.)

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