Follow along #3 Missouri takes #6 Arizona in Tempe, Arizona. The Tigers come off winning the championship at the Tiger Style Invite while the Sun Devils have won seven singles titles at the Journeymen Collegiate Classic.
125: Richard Figueroa (AZ) Dec. #14 Noah Surtin (Missouri), 6-4
First Half: Figueroa scored first with an ankle kick and Surtin scored to lead 2-1.
Second period: Figueroa comes out of position to start the period but Surtain gets it in order to stall. Figueroa rolls again but gets a turn for a 4-1 lead. Surtin gets an escape with 45 seconds left and Figueroa keeps a 4-2 lead.
Third half: Surtin starts down to start the last period and Surtin quickly gets to his feet and Surtin runs away. Surtain hits a sweeping single as Figueroa scrambles and is awarded two points for a 6-3 lead. Surtin escapes, cutting the lead to 6-4 with less than 40 seconds to go. A wild struggle to end the match but the bell sounds and Richard Figueroa wins 6-4.
Arizona 3, Missouri 0
133: #4 Michael McGee dec. HM Connor Brown (Missouri), 6-4
The first period: Various shots from both wrestlers, but the period ends without goals.
The second half: Brown takes the bottom and almost escapes, but tries to reverse without scoring any goals from the scramble. The Browns eventually score the run to take a 1-0 lead.
Third inning: The Browns still lead 1-0 but McGee leads 2-1 with a flip. McGee hit a low double to take a 4-2 lead with 45 seconds left. Brown scores a reversal and lets McGee go with a flying squirrel at the end. McGee is the winner, 6-4, after riding time.
Arizona 6, Missouri 0
141: HM Jesse Vasquez (Arizona State) Dec. #6 Alan Hart (Missouri), 3-2
First Half: No scoring midway through the period with not much action. Vasquez hit a stall with 10 seconds remaining. There are no points.
Second half: Hart took bottom and caught an escape to take a 1-0 lead.
Third period: Vasquez started down but Hart was hard to start the period. Hart secures the riding time while Vasquez works to get to his base after a stalling call against Hart. Vaquez is pulling away late but ride time is a factor. Vasquez caught the far ankle and held it at the last second to seal a stunning 3-2 victory.
Arizona State 9, Missouri 0
149: #3 Kyle Barco (Arizona State) Dec. #8 Brock Mueller (Missouri), 3-2
First period: Barko gets to the board first with a takedown with 50 seconds remaining, but immediately cuts it but leads 2-1.
Second half: Müller fell but ran away immediately, leveling the score at 2-2.
Third period: Barko starts down and runs off center but Barko escapes to take a 3-2 lead with 1:40 remaining. Barko dances around the edge and secures the 3-2 decision.
Arizona State 12, Missouri 0
157: #15 Jarrett Jack Tech (Missouri). Falls Max Willner (Arizona State), 25-9
First Period: The Pac 12 is having technical difficulties and we’ll be back soon.
Second half: Jack leads 12-6 after action restarts and hampers another takedown for a 14-6 lead.
Third inning: Jack got a quick escape with a lead of 15-6 and got a shortstop for a lead of 17-6. It’s a game that everyone takes in, scores, and scores on the run. The match ended in a technical fall 25-9 for Jack and Missouri’s first doubles win.
Arizona 12, Missouri 5
165: #1 Keegan O’Toole (Missouri) Tech Fall #19 Tony Negron (Arizona State), 17-1
First period: Still waiting for the broadcast to return. hold well. We came back with O’Toole leading 7-1 with less than a minute left. The stream goes to a break again. We will get back to work when we can.
O’Toole wins 17-1
Arizona 12, Missouri 10
174: #9 Peyton Mocco (Missouri) senior decision Kyle Valencia, 14-4
1ST HALF: Mocco scored their first goal to take a 2-0 lead midway through the period. Moko scored four near-fall goals at the end of the period to take a 6-0 lead.
Second period: Another delay on the Pac 12 Network.
Moko wins by big decision, 14-4. Missouri takes the doubles first lead.
Missouri 14, Arizona 12
184: #20 Anthony Montalvo, December (AZ), Shawn Harman (Missouri), 4-2
First period: Montalvo leads 2-0, tough ride. Shifting by Harman gets away but Montalvo has over two minutes of riding time. Montalvo leads 2-1.
Second half: Montalvo starts and runs away to lead 3-1.
Third inning: Harman goes down, trailing 3-1. Harman immediately gets to his feet and runs away, but Montalvo still leads, 3-2. Harman looks at the clock with 15 seconds left but can’t get a takedown. Montalvo wins 4-2 after riding time.
Arizona 15, Missouri 14
First period: Elam hits first with a penalty kick to lead 2-0. The Pac-12 has been shut down again. We will resume when we can.
The second half: Elam advanced 3-0 after escaping.
Third inning: Norfleet is going neutral but is down 5-2 so he has ground to cover. Elam in one and gets two more to lead 7-2. Elam wins 8-2 with riding time.
Missouri 17, Arizona 15
HWT: #1 Cohlton Schultz (Arizona State) Grand dec. #7 Zach Elam (Missouri), 12-4
First period: Schultz scored a body lock takedown near the rim for a 2-0 lead. Elam’s escape makes it 2-1. Two more for Schultz and a 6-2 lead with 1:36 riding time.
Second half: Elam runs away to cut the lead in half.
Third period: Schultz runs away to extend his lead to 7-3. Schultz and Elam lock tight in a body lock and Schultz wins the exchange after Elam attempts a layup. Schultz leads 11-4 and tries to finish but doesn’t get it. Schultz wins 12-4 after an important decision.
Arizona 19, Missouri 17
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