In less than a week of competition, the Woodward-Granger Hawks (7-2) wrestlers recorded six wins in their last seven bouts.
The Hawks also have an advantage on Tuesday with a total of three wins ahead of the Ogden Bulldogs, Montezuma Braves and Cross Town Perry Bluejays guest appearances.
It was an overwhelming 57 to 16 win over the Braves thanks to five losses and four pinfall wins.
WG’s Gabriel Yingst (145), Austin Scharlau (152), Cody Fisher and Cole Carman (138) all recorded six point wins, while Colt Palmer (126) received an 8-7 decision with three points.
Against the Bluejays, the Hawks wrestlers took turns with nine of the 13 opponents they faced to win 54-29.
Once again, Yingst, Scharlau and Fisher recorded Pinfalls with Tanner Vermaas (182), Cale Pritchett (160), Aaron Sperling (170), Tyler Lawernson (220), Tyler Soll (285) and Hunter Pierce (106).
The Hawks finished the night’s sweep with a 45-27 win over the Bulldogs. Alex Kirton (285) and Sperling got their only two pinfall victories, Scharlau posted a 7 to 4 decision, while the remaining points were earned with serves.
Earlier this week on Saturday, the Hawks added three wins, with a single loss in their own invitational tournament against four different high schools.
The first win of the day came against the Colfax-Mingo Tigerhawks with a 48-30 win. Twenty-four points came from pinfalls, six from the decision and 18 from forfaits.
The Hawks Jayden Dorenkamp (132), Scharlau, Palmer and Fisher have all successfully defeated their Tigerhawk competitors. Pierce and Sperling each won through decisions.
The hosts beat the Martensdale-St Marys Blue Devils 54-27. All 54 points came from a combination of pinfalls and forfaits. Yingst and Lawernson were responsible for the only two pinfall wins.
Their last win of the day came in a one-sided 58:24 competition against the West Central Valley Wildcats.
Based on the point difference, Dorenkamp, Yingst, Scharlau, Pritchett, Sperling, Vermaas and Fisher were able to win together in the first seven of eight games.
All but Fisher recorded pinfall wins. Fisher’s 8-0 major decision added four points to the Hawks as early as 36.
The last 18 points went to Pierce, Palmer and Tate Lettow (120) in lost victories.
In the Hawks’ only loss, 45 to 24 to the Southeast Warren WarHawks, the Hawks only scored three pinfall and two decision-based wins.
Vermaas, Carman and Pierce tamed their resistance. Pritchett and Fisher recorded the other six points.