Hawks beat CMB for 2nd time, split duals

JEWELL – For the second time in less than a week, South Hamilton had the number of Collins-Maxwell-Baxter on the mat here last night.

The Hawks just couldn’t close the night with back-to-back wins.

On the strength of six falls in its opener, South Hamilton extinguished CMB, 51-30, inside its home gymnasium. The Hawks dropped a 49-24 decision to Roland-Story in the nightcap of the Heart of Iowa Conference triangular.

A stretch of seven consecutive victories at the lighter weights gave South Hamilton (5-7, 3-3 HOIC) the advantage on the Raiders (2-15, 0-8 HOIC), who they also trumped at the Storm Duals in Conrad last Saturday.

Brian Greenfield (113 pounds), sixth-ranked (Class 1A) JD Rader (120), Luke Jacoby (126), Jordan Toillion (132), Austin Roys (138), Brady Wueve (145) and Max Reiter (152) were all successful during that stretch that saw the Hawks reel off 39 straight points.

Greenfield and Roys had the easiest outings with forfeit wins. Rader, Jacoby, Toillion and Reiter all pinned their opponents, and Wueve held on for a 1-0 win over Jordan Coughenour.

Jacob Clabaugh (182) and Logan Koopman (195) also stuck their foes for the Hawks.

Roland-Story (6-7, 3-3 HOIC) had the upper-hand at nine of the 14 weights against the Hawks. The Norsemen swept six straight from 160 to 285 to seize control for good.

Greenfield, Rader, Toillion, Roys and Reiter were all 2-0 on the night.

Greenfield secured a pin over Roland-Story’s Treyton Witthuhn. Reiter also ended his match early with Noah Bartmess in 5:24.

South Hamilton head coach Dan Brodie was unavailable for comment following the triangular.

Up next for the Hawks is a trip south to take part in the Perry Invitational on Saturday.