ROUNDUP: Brandywine, Dowagiac wrestling teams 2-1 at quads

NILES — Both Brandywine and Dowagiac went 2-1 at their respective quads on Saturday, while Cassopolis was 0-2-1.

The Bobcats hosted their own quad where they defeated Coloma 60-12 and Maple Valley 54-21 before falling to Union City 45-21.

At St. Joseph, the Chieftains defeated Schoolcraft 48-36 and the host Bears 42-41 after falling to Lawton 35-27.

At Decatur, the Rangers lost to the host Raiders 60-12 and to Centreville 42-12 before tying with Gobles 18-18.

 

Brandywine Quad

Going undefeated on the day for Brandywine were Kevin Roberts (145), Hunter Heath (160/171) and Ben McKee (285). Allison Lauri (103/112), Kaiden Rieth (112), Gage Hoskin (152), Gavin Schoff (160/171), Ivory McCullough (189) and Phillip McLaurin (215) were all 2-1.

The Bobcats host a quad on Wednesday starting at 6 p.m. Also competing are Colon, Berrien Springs and Buchanan.

 

St. Joseph Quad

Going undefeated for the Chieftains were Nick Green, who was 2-0, at 112; Denny White, who was 3-0 at 171 and 189; Brayan Parades, who was 3-0 at 215; and Wyatt Bailey, who was 3-0 at 285. Gary Cramer won his only match at 135.

Going 2-1 on the day were Jorge Gamino-Rivero (103), Jordan Simpson (112/119), Israel Villegas (130) and Dylan Anderson (160).

Dowagiac will travel to Otsego for a Wolverine Conference Quad on Tuesday. Wrestling is scheduled to begin at 5:30 p.m. The Chieftains will host a quad, that will include Niles, on Saturday. Wrestling begins at 10 a.m.

 

Decatur Quad

William Westphal went undefeated on the day for the Rangers, who are currently short-handed.

Jaren Waldschmidt also went 3-0, while Andrew Confer and Ethan Pflug each picked up a win against Gobles.

Cassopolis is scheduled to host a quad starting at 10 a.m. on Saturday.

Cass County

Cass County votes to engage Kalamazoo studio for Cass County Historic Courthouse services

Berrien County

Buchanan graduate now Berrien County prosecuting attorney

Cass County

Cass County Veterans Affairs Office welcomes new leadership

Edwardsburg

Edwardsburg Chamber of Commerce hosting monthly giveaways

Berrien County

COVID-19 UPDATE: Michigan reports 770,822 cases, 16,731 deaths

Dowagiac

No danger found following lockdown at DUHS

News

Berrien County Public Defender’s Office to increase staff

Berrien County

Buchanan man named 911 Telecommunicator of the Year

Dowagiac

Dowagiac man arrested for possession of meth

Education

Niles teacher accused of assault pleads not guilty

Dowagiac

Dowagiac Police Log: April 7-13

Berrien County

LMC to host virtual career, program expo for prospective students

Dowagiac

Dowagiac woman to compete in ‘Jeopardy!’ 2021 Tournament of Champions

Business

Dowagiac Chamber of Commerce hosts ribbon-tying ceremonies for two new businesses

Dowagiac

Four arrested in Dowagiac drug search

Berrien County

Niles city, DART consider south county expansion

Berrien County

COVID-19 UPDATE: Michigan reports 764,519 cases, 16,619 deaths

Cass County

Cass County Fair Food Drive-Thru event returns April 23-25

Dowagiac

City of Dowagiac purchases former Lincoln School for redevelopment, blight removal

Business

Apple Festival Spring Market prepares for May event

DEVELOPING NEWS

UPDATE: Police respond to bomb threat at Edwardsburg factory

Business

Eat Drink Niles to revitalize Third Thursdays

Dowagiac

Decatur resident injured in Wayne Township crash

Berrien County

COVID-19 UPDATE: Michigan reports 756,564 cases, 16,586 deaths