Quinn Harby (145) and Mike Beers (195) contributed pins for Walton, which received a decision from Dawson Beers at 138 and forfeit victories at 99 and 152 pounds.
Colin Izard’s 33-second pin of Dakota Coffee at 132 accounted for half of the points for the Storm, who got the other half via a forfeit in the first match, at 285.
“I have one senior (Mike Beers) and no juniors; everyone else is between seventh- and 10th-grade,” Walton coach Paul LeBlanc said. “We’re developing right now and we’re going to be on the other end of some of these losses in a few years.”
Walton’s last dual meet of the regular season is scheduled for next week at Delhi.
U-E 53, B-G/A 28
Mark Viviano won the opening match at 195 pounds with a 47-second pin of Derek Blazavich, but host Bainbridge-Guilford/Afton of the Midstate Athletic Conference dropped a non-league dual meet to Union-Endicott of the Southern Tier Athletic Conference.
Jamie Griswold’s second-period pin of Shalik Napolean pulled the Bears to 35-28 with three matches left, but the Tigers closed with three straight forfeit victories to earn the dual-meet triumph.
Chris Cirigliano (pin at 106), Jesse Griswold (pin at 132) and Justin Cirigliano (major decision at 145) also won for B-G/A.
Sidney 55, Harpursville 21
Host Sidney won the last seven matches en route to a dual-meet victory in the Midstate Athletic Conference.
Camron DeCocker’s 21-6 technical fall over 152-pound foe Dylan Lindsay pulled the Warriors to 21-20 before Brandon Swislosky scored the go-ahead points with a first-period pin of Colby Foster at 160.
Austin Dean contributed a 16-1 technical fall over Tim Ross at 220 for Sidney, which amassed 24 team points on four forfeits during the closing run.
Chase Northrop (decision at 113) and Zack Wheeler (pin at 138) also won for the Warriors (9-3, 6-1), who will compete in the Dan Wickham Classic on Saturday at Unatego.