BENNINGTON -- The Beatrice wrestling team traveled to Bennington on Tuesday and came home with a 39-33 win.
The dual started with the 132-pound division, where Beatrice's Drew Arnold was able to get things rolling with a 6-3 win over Bennington's AJ Parrish.
Defending state champion Trevor Reinke followed that up with a second period pinfall win over Hunter Anderson in the 138-pound division.
Bennington got on the board in the 145-pound division when Jonathan Williams scored a pinfall win over Beatrice's Kruse Williamson.
The Orangemen bounced back with four straight wins. In the 152-pound division, Cole Maschmann won a 5--0 decision over Connor Brecht. Jarrett Koch than won by pinfall in the 160-pouind division over Bennington's Blane Boehmer.
In the 170-pound division, Beatrice's Torrance Keehn won by pinfall over Joseph Wells. Deegan Nelson then won by pinfall over Bennington's Hunter Thompson in the 182-pound division, extending Beatrice's lead to 30-6.
Bennington's Luke DacDonald ended the Beatrice run with a pinfall win over Brock Ostdiek in the 195-pound division, but Beatrice's Nolan Bahnson came back with a pinfall win over Aiden DeVeney in the 220-pound division to make the score 36-12
Bennington would win the next three matches. Jake Stier pinned Zach Markey in the 285-pound division, Cadyn Coyle won by forfeit in the 106-pound division and Kael Lauritsen won by pinfall over Collin Mangnall in the 113-pound division.
Bryce Karlin would clinch the win for Beatrice with a 6-4 win over Connor Ritonya in the 120-pound division. In the final match of the night, Bennington's Braxton Peacher won a 6-0 decision over Colton Jelinek, making the final score 39-33.
Beatrice will be in action again on Dec. 31 when they travel to Auburn for a triangular.