Chariton had 14 wrestlers compete at the Knoxville JV Tournament in Knoxville Monday night. Chariton crowned three champions as Jacob Chapman placed first at 106 and Jayden Allen-Winston placed first at 195. Joey McDonough placed first in the 220A division.

Octavio Garcia placed second in the 113-pound division. Alexis Alexander placed third in the 113-pound division

At 106, Chapman went 3-0 with three pins. In the quarterfinal he pinned Logan Lyon of Winterset in 3:28. In the semifinals, he pinned Gunnar Guffey of Wayne in 4:23. In the first place match, Chapman pinned Ty Wood of Wayne in 4:34 to win the title.

At 195, Allen-Winston won by a 4-2 decision over Martavious Knox of Oskaloosa in round one. Allen-Winston pinned Sebastian Probst of Oskaloosa in 1:21 in round two. In round three, Allen-Winston pinned Trenton Kingery of Knoxville JV in 56 seconds to win the 195-pound title.

At 220A, McDonough went 3-0 with three pins. In round one he pinned Jayce Wyatt of Wayne in 2:58. McDonough pinned Ayden Harris of Des Moines Roosevelt in seven seconds in round two. In round three, McDonough pinned Cruise Flanders of Centerville in 49 seconds to win the 220A title.

At 113, Garcia received a bye in round one. In round two, Garcia won by technical fall over Alexis Alexander of Chariton, 18-2. In round three, Garcia was pinned by Connor Harbour of Oskaloosa in 1:32 to finish second.

At 113, Alexander was pinned by Connor Harbour of Oskaloosa in 50 seconds in round one. In round two, Alexander lost by technical fall to Garcia of Chariton, 18-2. In round three Alexander received a bye to finish third.

At 182-195 B, Dallas Furman place fourth overall. In round one, he was pinned by Zachary Piersel of Oskaloosa in 16 seconds. In round two, Furman was pinned by Gavin Montalvo of Knoxville JV in 2:35. In round three, Furman was pinned by Julian Moore of Ottumwa in 2:25 to finish fourth.

At 195-220, Alex Shelton placed fifth overall. In the quarterfinal, Shelton lost by a 15-3 major decision to Christian Lubben of Pella. In the consolation semis Shelton received a bye and he received a bye in the fifth place match to finish fifth.

Read the December 19, 2019 edition of the Chariton Herald-Patriot for the rest of the story.

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