Peru 69, NAC 9
Arik Robinson added another accomplishment to a resume that already reads like a novel: Peru all-time wins leader.
The senior wrestler and three-time defending state champion scored his 173rd career win with a forfeit win at 112 against NAC Feb. 3, breaking the previous mark of 172 set by Joe Millett.
Along with Robinson, Patrick "Pappy" Hogan scored his 163rd career win with a third period pin at 130, moving into third place on the Peru wins list.
Josh Wright started the dual meet for Peru with a second period pin at 140, while Brandon Moore scored a 7-5 decision at 160, Brandon Allen scored a 4-2 decision at 171 and Colby Way scored a 7-5 victory at 189.
Mike Riley notched a first period pin for six of the Bobcats points at 215, while Scott Kellett scored a 6-4 decision to give NAC their other three points at 96.
Peru returned to the winners side of the ledger after that, as Kyler Agoney scored a pin seven seconds into the second period at 103, Alex Pugh scored a second period pin at 119 and Jacob Goodeau scored a second period pin at 125.
Beekmantown 52, Saranac 16
Beekmantown 76, AVCS 6
Nick Bushey, Hayden Head and Brandon Jaubut each had two wins in a pair of dual meets for the Eagles against the Chiefs and Patriots Feb. 4.
Bushey scored a 4-2 sudden victory win over Ben Perry in his first match at 189, setting up a potential showdown and match of the night as the two may meet again at the Section VII championships on Saturday, Feb. 12. Bushey also scored a pin against the Patriots.
Shawn Lagraves, Cody Gillette, Trevor Goddeau and Ryan Guynup all scored wins for the Chiefs, while Jordan Bouyea scored a pin for the Patriots.