staff report / The Bulletin

PRINEVILLE — Crook County won 10 matches by fall as the Cowboys pounded visiting Summit 72-3 on Monday night in an Intermountain Hybrid wrestling dual.

After taking second at the prestigious Reser’s Tournament of Champions in Hillsboro over the weekend, Crook County showed no signs of fatigue against the Storm, winning 13 of 14 matches. Cowboy sophomore Michael Seyl recorded a pin in 1 minute, 2 seconds in his 138-pound match against Summit’s Jake Epstein, the fastest pin of the night. Seyl, Dawson Barber (152 pounds), Dean Smith (160), Aaron Swindle (182), Trevor Rasmussen (220), Jason Williams (285), Trey Shores (106), and Brent Bannon (113) all boasted first-period pins.

Storm senior Joaquin Reyes posted the only victory of the night for Summit, besting Clark Woodward 4-1 at 170 pounds.

Crook County ends its regular season on Thursday with a dual at Redmond High. The Storm wrestle at La Pine the same day.