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By Jim Orr
The Courier 

Scotties Making Some Points

Against Regional Competition, GHS Wrestlers Faring Well


Jan Kaiser / For The Courier

Heavyweight Joe Doney, in control here, is among seven Scottie wrestlers who went undefeated in the Glasgow Invitational. He was 4-0.

Seven Scotties went unbeatable in the Glasgow Invitational last Saturday. The competition was Malta, Wolf Point and Poplar.

Going undefeated were Kasey Seyfert (120) at 2-0, Mick Reyling (132) at 2-0, Jake Hentges at 2-0 (145), Cody King (145) at 2-0, Kevin Schindler (152) at 2-0, Tony Kaiser (170) at 1-0 and heavyweight Joe Doney at 4-0.

Glasgow varsity grapplers ended up going 20-3 in their home meet, exceeding the precedent they set two days at the Wolf Point Invitational, where they went 12-5 in 17 matches.

The competition there was Poplar and Circle along with the Wolves.

Now it's on to this Friday and Saturday's CMR Holiday Classic Invitational Tournament in Great Falls for the Scotties.

But with coach Jody Casterlne and the Scottie mat program placing an emphasis on the rebuilding team gaining match experience, the team decided recently to participate Thursday in the Fort Benton Mixer for some bonus matches. Teams there will include Harlem, Belt, Big Sandy, Chinook and Poplar.

It's the kind of extra Class B/C competition that new Scottie coach Jory Casterline seeks.

In addition, Scotties who lose at the tought CMR invite will venture Saturday fo the JV tournament at Great Falls High School. It will be a split staff operation that day for Scottie wrestling.

After this weekend, the Scottie JV is off until the Poplar invite Jan. 3 and the varsity until the dual here against Dawson County at 6 p.m. Jan. 6.


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