Connor Sindelir sticks his opponent.

Covington won the Covington Duals with a 47-30 victory over runner-up Miami East in the final round – avenging a defeat from earlier in the season. The Buccs went 5-0 at the tournament with additional victories over Arcanum, 57-18, Lehman, 69-3, Tri-County North, 60-11, and Twin Valley South, 76-0. The wins improved Covington’s dual meet record to 25-4 this season.

Going 5-0 on the day for Covington were Kellan Anderson (106, 3 pins), Cael Vanderhorst (113, 3 pins), Austin Flick (138, 3 pins), Keringten Martin (152, 3 pins), Dylan Burns (160, 2 pins), Gavin McReynolds (182, 5 pins) and Jesse Fisher (195, 3 pins). Jensen Wagoner (145, 2 pins) finished 4-1 on the day, while Dylan Staudt (220, pin) finished 3-1.

Going 3-2 were Connor Sindelir (126/132, 2 pins), Riley Richards (126/132), Trentin Alexander (170) and Clayton Stephan (285). Also winning matches and competing well for the Buccs were Fletcher Metz (145, 2 pins), Caleb Miller (138, pin), David Robinson (145, pin), Gavin Swank (152), Tyler Bauer (152), Bryce Smith (160, pin), Adam Brewer (170) and Scott Blumenstock (285).

Covington travels to Tippecanoe for their final dual meet of the season on Wednesday, February 13. Wrestling starts at 5 pm.

Buccaneer senior Keringten Martin recorded his 150th career win with a pin at the Covington Duals.
Gavin McReynolds turns the tables on his opponent with a reversal during the Covington Duals on Saturday.
Covington freshman Scott Blumenstock works for position during the Covington Duals on Saturday.