Constantine’s wrestling team penciled in a 60-6 victory over host Mendon Wednesday night but dropped a 42-19 decision to Coldwater.
Andres Montoya (145 pounds), Nick West (152) and Daniel Waterman (171) each claimed two wins for the Falcons.
“I was pretty pleased with the way we wrestled Mendon, but I thought we showed some inexperience against Coldwater,” Constantine coach Steve Wilson said. “We’ll go back to work tomorrow at practice and continue to get better.”
Mendon also lost to a strong Coldwater squad, 54-28.
Jonah Grimm (130) and heavyweight Josh Goodman each pocketed a pair of wins for the Hornets.
“We wrestled typical of what we thought we might on the first meet of the year,” Mendon assistant coach Caleb Stephenson said. “We have been battling some injury issues and weight problems, but those are things that will fall back into place as the season progresses. I thought we wrestled decent against Coldwater and were a little rusty against Constantine. But we had guys out there working hard and implementing things we have worked on in practice with good success.”
Brandon Bray at 152 earned a 14-2 major decision, Danny Cleveland got a pin in 4:19 at 160, Cole Harrison produced second-period fall at 215 against Coldwater.