Tigers Cruise Past Central Michigan, 29-12



Jan. 8, 2011

Day Two Live Blog | Live Scoring

CEDAR FALLS, Iowa. – The No. 13 Missouri Tigers (10-5) stayed alive at the 2011 NWCA National Duals with a 29-12 thumping of No. 17 Central Michigan on Saturday evening.  Missouri won seven of the 10 matches and scored bonus points in four of their wins.

No. 13 Mizzou 29, No. 17 Central Michigan, 12

125 No. 5 Alan Waters (MU) dec. Joe Roth (CMU), 2-1 3 0
133 No. 8 Scotti Sentes (CMU) fall No. 19 Nathan McCormick (MU), 2:50 3 6
141 No. 11 Todd Schavrien (MU) fall Scott Mattingly (CMU), 4:47 9 6
149 No. 19 Kyle Bradley (MU) dec. Donnie Corby (CMU), 8-3 12 6
157 Nick Gregoris (MU) dec. Eric Cubberly, 8-1 15 6
165 No. 11 Zach Toal (MU) major dec. Ryan Cubberly, 8-0 19 6
174 No. 5 Ben Bennett (CMU) dec. No. 19 Dorian Henderson, 4-1 19 9
184 No. 11 Mike Larson (MU) tech. fall Chad Friend (CMU), 16-1 24 9
197 No. 11 Brent Haynes (MU) tech. fall Craig Kelliher (CMU) 29 9
HWT No. 3 Jarod Trice (CMU) dec. Tyler Perry (MU), 2-0 29 12

Updated Records
125 Alan Waters 31-1 15-0
133 Nathan McCormick 14-9 8-7
141 Todd Schavrien 18-4 13-2
149 Kyle Bradley 10-8 8-6
157 Nick Gregoris 13-6 1-4
165 Zach Toal 14-7 10-5
174 Dorian Henderson 14-6 7-4
184 Mike Larson 18-7 8-5
197 Brent Haynes 21-4 3-2
HWT Tyler Perry 12-8 0-1
Just as he’s done all year, freshman Alan Waters got the Tigers off on the right foot with a 2-1 win over Joe Roth to open the dual.  Waters got a second period escape and was awarded a point for a headbutt against Roth, giving Waters his 15th dual victory of the year.

Senior Todd Schavrien improved to 3-0 on the day with his second bonus point victory, as he pinned Scott Mattingly in 4:47.  Schavrien went up 5-0 after the first and scored three takedowns and a near fall in the second before sticking Mattingly.  Schavrien has now won 11 straight dual matches.

At 149, Kyle Bradley kept the pressure on the Chippewas with an 8-3 victory.  Bradley sealed his victory with two third period takedowns after leading 4-0 after two.  

After taking No. 10 DJ Meagher of Cornell down to the buzzer earlier, Gregoris used that momentum and picked up his first dual win of the year, scoring an 8-1 victory at 157 pounds for the Tigers.  Leading 1-0 going to the third, Gregoris turned up the heat, picking up two near falls before Eric Cubberly escaped.  After the escape, Gregoris landed one last takedown to go with his 1:30 of riding time.

Zach Toal scored a major decision at 165 pounds, shutting out Ryan Cubberly by an 8-0 score.  Toal landed a takedown in each period and an escape in the third while controlling over three minutes and 30 seconds of riding time.

Mizzou picked up back-to-back technical falls at 184 and 197, as Mike Larson won 16-1 with riding time, giving him the technical fall in 7:00, and Brent Haynes winning 17-0 in 2:50.  Four takedowns and two three-point near falls paced Larson’s win, while Haynes scored a takedown 20 seconds into the match and turned his opponent five times within the first period for an additional 15 points.

Mizzou will take on No. 6 Boise State tomorrow morning at 9 a.m. with the winner facing the winner of Iowa State vs. Oklahoma State in the fifth place match.  The loser of Missouri and Boise State will face the loser of that match.



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