In their win over Hartley-Melvin-Sanborn, Cody Cameron won by fall in 2:32 at 138, Junior Molina won by fall in 50 seconds at 145, Dylan Ohlson won by fall in 22 seconds at 160, Manny Murillo won by fall in 55 seconds at 170, Christian Jarvis won a 5-2 decision at 182, Joe Rodriguez lost by fall in 4:48 at 195, Garret Van Houten won by fall in 1:23 at 220 and Neal Felton won by fall in 1:54 at 285.
The Warriors forfeited at 106, 113, 120, 126, 132 and 152.
In their tie with Western Christian, Parker Meier won by forfeit at 126, as did Cameron at 132, Aldrich Phoumy at 138, Van Houten at 220 and Felton at 285. Ohlson won by fall in 59 seconds and Murillo by fall in 1:47.
In the loss to L-M/SxC, Cameron won by fall in 1:55 over Riley DaSilva, Molina won by fall in 3:55 over Caleb Smith, Murillo pinned Ashton Anderson in 25 seconds, Rodriguez won by forfeit at 195 and Van Houten pinned Tyler Stockwell in 1:32. The Charging Rebels got forfeit wins from John Matheson at 113, Kayle Heideman at 120, Wyatt Shannon at 126 and Cameron Graff at 220. Chase Wells topped Ben Stange 9-1, Jake Simpson topped Ohlson 11-8 and Drew Bindor pinned Jarvis in 13 seconds.
Against West Monona, Molina, Murillo and Felton picked up victories via pin. Van Houten and Cameron won via forfeit. Murillo picked up the lone win over BH/RV with a pin over Marcus Jones in 2:20. Van Houten lost by fall in overtime at 6:42.
The Charging Rebels' win over A-A was their lone victory on the day as well as they fell to Western, 42-39, BH/RV, 77-6, and H-M-S, 52-30.
The Warriors return home for their fourth home meet of the season Thursday night against Prairie Valley, Southeast Webster and East Sac. The Charging Rebels are at East Sac County tonight.