Nebraska City Pioneers wrestling hosted a Dual Tournament where they finished 3-2 with a seventh place finish by defeating Falls City, Crete, and Southwest Iowa as Rhett Trail and Dylan Ramage went undefeated on Saturday, Jan. 13, at the Nebraska City High School.

N.C. 56 Falls City 24
Chance Sjulin won (dec 6-4); Ramage, pin fall (1:59); Tyler Tillman, pin fall (1:54); Jakob Bennett, fall (:54); Brady Rose, (TF 16-0 2:33)

NC 41, Crete 36
Dylan Ramage won by pin fall (2:49); Trail, pin fall (3:35); Rose, fall (1:53); Bennett pin fall, (1:53); Reid Stracke,  fall (:21); Justus Walters won by (TF 16-1 5:28).

NC 60, SWI 6
Trail won by pin fall in (1:06); Rose, fall (3:10); Walters won by (dec 8-1); Josh DeLunger, (dec 8-5).

Tri County 38, NC 36
Ramage won by pin fall (1:51); Trail, pin fall (1:33); Walters, pin fall (3:38); Stracke, fall (2:16); Tyler Tillman, won by pin fall (4:38).

Fairbury 47, NC 21
Stracke won by pin fall (2:58); Jorge Loarca won (dec 4-2); Ramage, pin fall, (1:57); Trail, fall (1:59);

Pioneers score dual win over Jays, 53-21
 Five Pioneer Wrestlers added to their win totals as Nebraska City took down Ashland-Greenwood in dual action, 53-21, on Tuesday, Jan. 16, at the Nebraska City High School.
Josh DeLunger had an exciting contest against Shane Allington, when in the second period and time running out, DeLunger flipped his opponent to the mat and got the pin fall (3:59) before time expired.
Justus Walters won by defeating Cody Grauerholz, (MD 14-2); Jack Vlahos won by pin fall over Cinch Beetison, (3:07); Dylan Ramage won by decision over Clay Allington, (dec 7-4); Rhett Trail won by MD over Trent Nafzinger, (MD 17-6).
On this night, Nebraska City Youth Wrestling competed and Coach Tyler Hodges said he wanted his guys to show support to the younger athletes and help the youth anyway they could. As far as his teams performance, Coach Hodges was happy with the win.
“It was a good night and we came out on top,” Coach Hodges said.
On Thursday, Nebraska City will take on Syracuse-Dunbar-Avoca.  Hodges said it will be a competitive match up.

Youth Wrestling
Nebraska City Youth Wrestling defeated Ashland-Greenwood 54-36, as six Wolfpack wrestlers won by pin fall on Tuesday, Jan. 16 at the Nebraska City High School.
Alec Schnitzer defeated Camden Welch by pin fall; Brock Weddle won by fall against Coelton Neilson; Hayden Schalk won by pin fall over Ty Beetison; Alex Wright defeated Treyton Tweeton by fall; Logan Hobbs won by fall over Nathan Upton; Mikah Ruiz defeated Ben Harris by pin fall.