Indians, Huskies Wrestle For Conference Dual Meet Title [Video]

See highlights from Thursday's meet at Falls, featuring two teams unbeaten in the conference to that point.

Menomonee Falls hosted West Allis Hale under the spotlight at the high school gym on Thursday. Both teams entered with 6-0 records in dual meets, but Hale rallied from behind twice to take a 40-25 victory.

Both teams participate in the Greater Metro Conference Tournament beginning next Friday. 

jerry mislang January 25, 2013 at 12:38 PM
The Indians lat the battle but might have won the war. Full gym on a Thursday night, boisterous student body in exam week, going into the final conference meet undefeated, state ranked wrestlers, all covered by several newspapers and Falls Cable Access 14. It sure looks like Coach McMahon's wrestling program has turned the corner and will be a force for the the next couple of years. Great season, but there's still more to do. Good luck in the regionals, sectionals and state.
map January 25, 2013 at 04:34 PM
that ref for the varsity match should not get paid for the horrible job and calls he made!!!! Is it possible he is the same replacement ref from the Packer game??? I feel sorry for the wrestlers that were robbed because of it....
Steve ® January 25, 2013 at 05:23 PM
That ref was terrible. First I never trust a fat ref for a wrestling match, and he proved my theory. Did it effect the outcome of the entire meet? maybe. The parents were getting on him hard from the first match and that may have set up his mood for the rest of the meet. Calling a pin after the buzzer went off? What was with this guy? Nice to see they actually have a student section, years ago this was not the case. Need to teach them actual wrestling cheers though like when they actually had wrestling cheerleaders. The falls coach moved the entire lineup around so that a certain someone would not get a bye. Proved fatal. Silly move you should never do this late in the season.
Jim Trokan January 25, 2013 at 05:53 PM
Falls wrestling should continue to have success. The middle school finished their season on top and the Jr. Indians club (k5-5th grade) has 40+ future brawlers in training. I agree with the others that the referee was horrible. Many in the stands were wondering how much West Allis paid him or if he was from there.


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