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Enid wrestlers take down Edmond Santa Fe | Sports

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EDMOND – Enid took advantage of four falls and one technical fall to beat Edmond Santa Fe (47:27) in a dual meet at the Wolves gym on Tuesday night.

The victory equalized the Plainsmen’s double record with 1: 1. EHS will host the prestigious Mid-America Nationals at the Stride Bank Center on Friday and Saturday.

EHS had falls from Hector Perez at 120, Stephen Brooks at 138, Trinit Zweifel with 145 and Carlos Alvarado with 195. Peyton Zweifel recorded a 16-1 tech fall with 113 in his first match of the season.

The Plainsmen received losers at 132 from Vinny Sanddiver, 182 from Jason Sayres and 220 from Joshua Withey.

It was Trinit Zweifel’s second fall in as many games.

“We did a good job keeping the pressure on them,” said Enid coach Trent Holland. “The kids have worked hard and are doing a good job. We worked on some movements and the kids responded well to that. ”

The wolves had two falls, a decision and two forfaits.

Santa Fes Carter North outlived Leslie Fortner, 6-1 at 152 in the only match that wasn’t decided by a fall or tech case or forfait.

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