Scott Brown handles most of the sports duties for Ham Broadcasting. In addition to providing daily sports news on this blog, he broadcasts high school football, basketball and baseball games on WKDZ and WHVO. He also hosts the Saturday Morning Sports Report on WKDZ - one of the few local sports programs in the area. His local sports has been the most read in Trigg County for several years.
Local Wrestlers Fare Well at Fort Knox Invitational
by Scott Brown,posted Feb 3 2014 1:21AM
Daniel Ingram finished fourth at the Fort Knox Invitational (Robin Stevens Photo)
Western Kentucky schools fared well at the Fort Knox Wrestling Invitational over the weekend. Christian County took second place in the 20-team event behind Ryle.
Hopkinsville edged Fort Campbell for fourth place, and Trigg County battled through injuries to finish 10th, just ahead of University Heights.
Caleb Austin won first place in the 126-pound class to run his season record to 26-3.
Second place finishers for the Colonels included Froilan Agulto in the 113-pound class, Jacob Harris at 182, and Tevin Toler at 220.
Kenneth Sells finished third at 160, while Kjawaun Major (195) and Daniel Knight (106) each took fourth place.
Trigg County got fourth place finishes from Daniel Ingram at 138 and Ryan Gallogly at 145.
Fort Campbell picked up a pair of first place finishes. Louie Regaldo won the 106-pound class, and Gino Haywood had three pins in four matches to win the 182-pound class.
Brian Hedrick (138) and Ki Ryder (170) both took second place for the Falcons, while Jake Jorstad was third at 285.
Hopkinsville had three wrestlers take second place. They were Connor Jaschen at 132, Robert Bussell at 152, and Nate Williams at 160.
Also, Isaac Lawson took third place in the 170-pound class for the Tigers.
University Heights got a second place finish from Daniel Dyess at 120; a third place finish from Chance Collins at 126; and a fourth place finish from Dalton Putty in the 132-pound class.
Trigg County will have senior night Tuesday at 6:30 at Wildcat Gym as they host McCracken County, Graves County, and Daviess County in a dual match competition. Admission is three dollars for adults and free for Trigg County students.