Cudd to wrestle in semis at stateRiver Falls' Logan Cudd pitched a shut-out in his quarterfinal match at the WIAA State Individual Wrestling Tournament.
By: Sean Scallon, River Falls Journal
MADISON - River Falls' Logan Cudd pitched a shut-out in his quarterfinal match at the WIAA State Individual Wrestling Tournament in the Kohl Center Thursday evening.
Cudd scored early in each period and rode out his Division 1, 119-pound opponent, Nate Hennes of Hartford, through each period to win 6-0 an advance to the semifinals Friday evening.
"Logan took a period and a half to get going but once he did he wrestled very well," River Falls' head coach Brady Cudd said. "He must have rode his opponent for about four and a half minutes of that match. So long as he keeps improving, he'll gets to where he wants to go."
Cudd faces Pulaski's undefeated Justin Enderby (47-0). The semifinals begin at 7 p.m.
Cudd's teammate Cam Loomis also wrestled in the quarterfinals. He was already down 6-0 in the third period when Port Washington's Alex Dieringer scored a takedown and three-point nearfall that put him down too far to catch up. He lost 11-0 and will wrestle in the consolation round starting at 10 a.m. Friday morning.
Also wrestling in the consolation round after losing in the prelims is the Wildcats' Tyson Bystrom. He'll face Mark VandenAvon of Green Bay Preble-East at 189 pounds.