Seth Arnold, Nicholas Jump and Kai Sabada won by pinfall Thursday to lead Sidney to a 46-33 Midstate Athletic Conference wrestling victory over visiting Delhi.
Arnold had a second-period pin at 113 pounds as did Jump at 170. Sabada needed 1 minute, 48 seconds to win his match at 195.
The Warriors also won two tight bouts via decision at 132 and 152. Ryan Arnold got a late takedown and back points for a 9-5 defeat of Giovanni Scarimbolo at 132. Brandon Swislosky followed with a 1-0 win over Justin Mattice at 152, holding on after earning a point on a first-period escape.
Dylan Gifford contributed a 12-2 major decision at 160 for Sidney (3-0), which will compete at the Marathon Duals on Saturday.
Mike Bryden’s pin at 120 served as the highlight for Delhi, which got a 6-3 decision from Pat Brown at 126.
Sidney 46, Delhi 33
at Sidney; started at 195
99 pounds: Megan Marino (D) forfeit; 106: Corbin Valentine (S) forfeit; 113: Seth Arnold (S) pinned Karaline Rous, 3:48; 120: Mike Bryden (D) pinned Clayton Utter, :45; 126: Pat Brown (D) dec. James Martin, 6-3; 132: Ryan Arnold (S) dec. Giovanni Scarimbolo, 9-5; 138: Robbie Constable (S) forfeit; 145: Trey Mostert (D) forfeit; 152: Brandon Swislosky (S) dec. Justin Mattice, 1-0; 160: Dylan Gifford (S) major dec. Russell Cobane, 12-2; 170: Nicholas Jump (S) pinned Noah DeDominicis, 3:42; 182: Marcelo Mattioli (D) forfeit; 195: Kai Sabada (S) pinned Kenz Mattice, 1:48; 220: Bryan Ingram (D) forfeit; 285: Austin Dean (S) forfeit. JV score: Sidney, 12-0.
Greene 47, Walton 24
Brothers Caleb and Logan Robinson started a MAC dual meet with back-to-back pins for Walton, which dropped its last three matches via forfeit en route to a loss.
“Our heaviest guy is 172 pounds,” said Walton coach Paul LeBlanc, whose team fell to 1-7 in dual meets this season. “A lot of matches are close, but we’re giving up a lot of points on forfeits.”
Seventh-grader Caleb Robinson earned a second-period pin at 99 pounds and, following two straight “no matches,” junior Logan Robinson had a first-period pin at 120 to give the Warriors a 12-0 lead.