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BCC sweeps foes at Cougar Duals
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The Barton wrestling team has proven to be a pretty quality dual team this season. The Cougars, ranked No. 10 in the nation, have scored win over a pair of top 10 teams.
Heading into its only home meet of the season, Barton was 4-1 in dual action.
The Cougars continued to show they were one of the top dual teams in the nation by sweeping its three foes at the Cougars Duals at the Barton Gym Tuesday night and are now 7-1 on the season.
The feature battle of the night pitted a pair of ranked teams as the 10th ranked Cougars did battle with 14th ranked Mavericks of Northwest Tech in the final round of the night.
Barton won that match, 28-13, giving them three wins over Region VI foes on the night and running Barton’s dual winning streak to seven straight.
Barton got off to a 3-0 lead on Northwest Tech when Andres Duron scored a 7-2 win over John Kuhan at 125. The Mavericks evened the match at 3-all when No. 3 ranked Muuji Bat-Erdene held off a tough battle from Barton’s Gage Gomez at 133, winning 8-5.
The Cougars retook the lead on the Mavericks when Keaton Sander, ranked No. 5 this week at 141, scored a major decision over Tristen Cooper, winning 10-2 and giving Barton a 7-3 lead.
Northwest Tech countered at 149 when Austin Hernandez defeated Emmanuel Peralta in a close dual, 5-4, to cut the Barton lead to 7-6.
The Cougars put a little distance between themselves and the Mavericks when Kade Sander scored a first period pin over Caleb Mendez at 157 to give Barton a 13-6 lead.
The lead grew to 16-6 after Gage McBride picked up a win at 165. The Cougars took control of the match when David Kelly scored a first period pin at 174 to make it a 22-6 in favor of Barton.
Trent Miles lost late at 184 to NW Tech’s Joseph White on a takedown to lose by a close 12-11 score.
A forfeit win by Ethan Dean at 197 put Barton up 28-9 with just a heavyweight battle between ranked foes left at 285.
That final match – a rivalry of two years running now – was between Barton’s No. 8 ranked Brix Brickey and NW Tech’s No. 3 ranked Odgerel Batkhishing. Brickey came up on the short end of an 18-5 score.
In the first dual of the day for the Cougars, they had little trouble with Colby. Barton blanked the Trojans by a 55-0 count.
Barton won three of the matches by fall and five more by forfeit. The only competitive match of the day came at 141 where Keaton Sander pulled out a 3-2 win over Chris Deter.
Barton also had very little trouble in defeating Cowley in its second match. The Cougars lost just one dual during the match, winning by a final score of 42-6.
Barton got pins from Duron, Kade Sander, Kelly, Dean, and Bixby on the way to the easy win.
Barton will take part in the Kansas Cup Sunday in Wichita.

(10) Barton 55, Colby 0
125 – Andres Duron def Joseph Braun, Fall 1st period
133 – Gage Gomez, def Otis Rollins, 12-4
141 – (5) Keaton Sander def Chris Deter, 3-2
149 – Emmanual Peralta won by forfeit
157 – (2) Kade Sander def Jonathan Hernandez, Fall 1st period
165 – Gage McBride won by forfeit
174 – (5) David Kelly def Jordan Wesley, Fall 1st period
184 – Trent Miles won by forfeit
197 – Ethan Dean won by forfeit
285 – (5) Brix Brickey won by forfeit

(10) Barton 42, Cowley 6
125 – Andres Duron lost to Marcelino Lopez, Fall 1st period
133 – Gage Gomez, def Tyler West, 18-9
141 – (5) Keaton Sander def Justice Circle, 8-2
149 – Emmanual Peralta def Braden O’Donnell, 10-7
157 – (2) Kade Sander def Layne Leven, Fall 1st period
165 – Gage McBride def Blake Sandborn-Johnson, 17-3
174 – (5) David Kelly def Jordan Wesley, Fall 1st period
184 – Trent Miles def Jake Parker, 19-0
197 – Ethan Dean def James Johnson, Fall 1st period
285 – (8) Brix Brickey def Tyler Shannon, Fall 1st period

(10) Barton 28,
(14) NW Tech 13
125 – Andres Duron def John Kuhan, 7-2
133 – Gage Gomez, lost to (3) Muuji Bat-Erdene, 8-5
141 – (5) Keaton Sander def Tristen Cooper, 10-2
149 – Emmanual Peralta lost to Austin Hernandez, 5-4
157 – (2) Kade Sander def Caleb Mendez, Fall 1st period
165 – Gage McBride def Buke Tsogtbayar,
174 – (5) David Kelly def Buke Tsogtbayar, Fall 1st period
184 – Trent Miles lost to Joseph White, 12-11
197 – Ethan Dean won by forfeit
285 – (8) Brix Brickey lost to (3) Odgerel Batkhishing, 18-5.