The Lincoln County High School wrestling team traveled to Indian Springs for regionals on Feb. 2. The team did well and had everyone qualify for state.
Jordan Free, sophomore, placed first in the 126-pound weight class, winning both of his matches.
Sophomore Auston Marshall wrestled in the 132 weight class and won both of his matches, ranking him first in his weight class.
Senior Kyle Zierow ended up with two wins and two losses, putting him in fourth place for the 145-pound weight class. Junior Trevin Perkins wrestled in the 160 weight class, taking second place with two wins and only one loss.
Another sophomore, Hagen Boyce, wrestled in the 138 weight class with two wins and one loss, placing him in second.
Sophomore Bridger Poulsen did well, ranking third in the 152 weight class with only one loss out of his four matches.
Seth Patrick, a freshman, wrestled in the 285 weight class, ranking third after losing his one match.
“I’m honored to have coached the Lincoln County wrestling team. I’m very happy with how far our team has come this year and very proud of the seven wrestlers that qualified for the state tournament,” Coach Grant Perkins said. “At regionals all seven wrestlers that came qualified for state. As a team, we finished second at regionals. The state tournament is going to be tough, but I expect to see several of my guys place at state. We have plans for working during the offseason which should help us have an even more successful season next year.”
The wrestlers will be traveling to Winnemucca to compete in the state championship on Friday, Feb. 8.