HOLLY — Wes Cummings notched his 100th career win and Jake Weissend drew closer to No. 200 as Carman- Ainsworth went 3-2 at the Holly Team Duals wrestling tournament last Saturday.
Cummings went 4-1 at 112 and 119 pounds, including a pin. The Cavaliers beat Midland Bullock Creek, 38-30, Mattawan, 45-29, and Oxford’s B team, 63-15. They fell to Holly, 64-12, and Romeo, 44-33.
Weissend went 5-0 at 145 to raise his career victory total to 192. The senior had two pins and knocked off the state’s top-ranked 152-pounder in Div. 3, Scott Flowers of Bullock Creek, 5-2.
Malik Dawkins also went 4-1 at 112 and 119, including three pins. Tae Pendleton went 4-1 at 189, and Aaron Dupree had three wins at 125. Lorenzo Redmond started the day with a pin at 152, but was knocked out by a shoulder injury in his next match.
In the first Big Nine Conference competition of the season Jan. 18, Carman-Ainsworth split two dual meets at home. The Cavs lost to secondranked Davison, 65-12, then beat Flushing, 45-29.
Weissend pinned and Thomas won by injury default against Davison. They were the only two Cavs to go 2-0 for the night. Against Flushing, Dupree earned a 2-0 decision at 119 and Cameron Brown came back from a 6-4 deficit to pin in 3:23 at 125. Redmond was up, 7-2, at 152 when his opponent was disqualified for flagrant misconduct. Pendleton pinned in 1:21 at 189.
It was the final home meet of their careers for seniors Cummings, Weissend and Cameron Martin. The Cavs traveled to Caro last night and will be in the Allen Park tournament Saturday.