Montrose tied with league rival Lackawanna Trail Saturday at the annual Lackawanna Trail Duals as both teams finished 5-0 on the day.
The Meteors defeated league opponent Mountain View 66-13 and also picked up wins over Allentown Dieruff (43-31), Sullivan County 48-31, North Pocono 60-24, and Valley View 66-13.
Dylan Geertgens, Andrew Rosevear, and Brandon Soules led the way with 5-0 records including four pins. Evan Miller also went 5-0 for the Meteors including his first varsity win on the mat.
Geertgens wrestled at 132 pounds and earned pins in the first four matches including an impressive 25-second pin of Sullivan County’s Bryan Hope.
Wrestling at 138 pounds Rosevear earned his four pins in the first quarter of each match and also earned a 17-4 major decision over Dieruff’s Grimaldi Gonzalez.
Soules fluctuated between the 120 and 126-pound classes. He earned two quick pins with 24-second fall of Mountain View’s Hunter Lovelace at 120 and a 45-second pin of Sullivan County’s Michael Conway at 126.
Miller picked up four forfeit wins at 106 pounds and also defeated Alex Villanueva of Dieruff 9-6
Cameron Harder and Devon Ford each had four wins for the Meteors including two pins. They were joined in the four-win club by James Bixby and Derrick DeMann with each earning one pin.
Nick Harder had three wins by fall while Brendan Kanna and Jacob Craige also earned three wins including two pins.
Seamus Fish and Caylee Gregory also won a match for the Meteors.
Mountain View wrestled only two matches at the event falling to Montrose 66-13 and to Sullivan County 50-18.
The Eagles got three pins on the day as Aaron Ransom pinned Sullivan County’s Bryan Hope in 55 seconds in their 132-pound bout. Hunter Jones also had a pin over Sullivan County’s Colton Pretti at 160 pounds.
Jeremiah Schwartz had the quickest Eagle pin when fell Montrose’s Noah Smith in 41 seconds.
Nathan Ofalt picked up a win at 145 with a 11-1 major decision over Montrose’s Kanna. Logan Sprague had a 4-1 decision over Montrose’s Ramon Carrero. Caylee Gregory picked up a forfeit win at 113 pounds.