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Missouri vs Arizona State Match Notes

Missouri vs Arizona State Match Notes

#6 Arizona State takes out #3 Missouri in a back-and-forth dual that was decided at heavyweight.

Nov 18, 2022 by Kyle Klingman
Missouri vs Arizona State Match Notes

Follow along as #3 Missouri takes on #6 Arizona State in Tempe, Arizona. The Tigers are coming off a tournament win at the Tiger Style Invite while the Sun Devils won seven individual titles at the Journeymen Collegiate Classic.

Prospective Line-ups

125: Richard Figueroa (Arizona State) dec. #14 Noah Surtin (Missouri), 6-4

First period: Figueroa scored first with an ankle pick and Surtin scored an escape for a 2-1 lead. 

Second period: Figueroa rolls out of the position to start the period but Surtin gets it for stalling. Figueroa rolls through again but gets the reversal for a 4-1 lead. Surtin gets an escape with 45 seconds left and Figueroa maintains a 4-2 lead. 

Third period: Surtin starts down to start the final period and Surtin gets to his feet quickly and Surtin escapes. Surtin hits a sweep single as Figueroa scrambles out and two points are given for a 6-3 lead. Surtin escapes, cutting the lead to 6-4 with under 40 seconds. A wild scramble to end the match but the buzzer sounds and Richard Figueroa wins a 6-4 decision.

Arizona State 3, Missouri 0

133: #4 Michael McGee dec. HM Connor Brown (Missouri), 6-4

First period: A variety of shots from both wrestlers but the period ends scoreless.

Second period: Brown takes bottom and nearly escapes but tries for a reversal with no scoring out of the scramble. Brown eventually scores an escape for a 1-0 lead. 

Third period: Brown still has a 1-0 lead but McGee turns in for 2 for a 2-1 lead with a reversal. McGee hits a low double for a 4-2 lead with 45 seconds remaining. Brown scores a reversal and lets McGee go with a flying squirrel at the end. McGee is your winner, 6-4, after riding time.

Arizona State 6, Missouri 0

141: HM Jesse Vasquez (Arizona State) dec. #6 Allan Hart (Missouri), 3-2 

First period: No scoring halfway through the period with not much action. Vasquez hit with stalling with 10 seconds remaining. No score.

Second period: Hart takes the bottom position and gets an escape for a 1-0 lead.

Third period: Vasquez starts down but Hart is riding tough to start the period. Hart secures riding time as Vasquez works to get to his base after a stalling call against Hart. Vaquez gets away late but riding time is a factor. Vasquez gets the far ankle and a last-second takedown for a stunning 3-2 win. 

Arizona State 9, Missouri 0

149: #3 Kyle Parco (Arizona State) dec. #8 Brock Mauller (Missouri), 3-2

First period: Parco gets on the board first with a takedown with 50 seconds remaining but cuts him immediately but takes a 2-1 lead. 

Second period: Mauller goes down but escapes immediately to tie the score, 2-2. 

Third period: Parco starts down and scrambles out of the position but Parco escapes for a 3-2 lead with 1:40 to go. Parco dances around the edge and he secures the 3-2 decision.

Arizona State 12, Missouri 0

157: #15 Jarrett Jacques (Missouri) tech. fall Max Wilner (Arizona State), 25-9

First period: Pac 12 Network is experiencing technical difficulties and we will be back soon. 

Second period: Jacques leads 12-6 after action resumes and snags another takedown for a 14-6 lead.

Third period: Jacques gets a quick escape for a 15-6 lead and gets a go-behind for a 17-6 lead. It's a take-em-down-let-em-up game with Jacques giving escapes and scoring on go-behinds. The match ends with a 25-9 technical fall for Jacques and Missouri's first win of the dual.

Arizona State 12, Missouri 5

165: #1 Keegan O'Toole (Missouri) tech fall #19 Tony Negron (Arizona State), 17-1

First period: Still waiting on the stream to come back. Hold tight. We're back and O'Toole leads 7-1 with under a minute to go. The stream goes to a break again. We will get back to action when we can. 

O'Toole wins 17-1

Arizona State 12, Missouri 10

174: #9 Peyton Mocco (Missouri) major decision Cael Valencia, 14-4

First period: Mocco strikes first to take a 2-0 lead halfway through the period. Mocco scores four near fall at the end of the period for a 6-0 lead. 

Second period: Another delay on the Pac 12 Network. 

Mocco wins by a major decision, 14-4. Missouri takes its first lead of the dual.

Missouri 14, Arizona State 12

184: #20 Anthony Montalvo dec (Arizona State) Sean Harman (Missouri), 4-2

First period: Montalvo leads 2-0 and riding tough. A switch by Harman results in an escape but Montalvo has over two minutes of riding time. Montalvo takes a 2-1 lead.

Second period: Montalvo starts down and escapes for a 3-1 lead. 

Third period: Harman goes down, trailing 3-1. Harman gets to his feet immediately and escapes, but Montalvo still leads, 3-2. Harman glances at the clock with 15 seconds left but can't get a takedown. Montalvo wins 4-2 after riding time.

Arizona State 15, Missouri 14

197: #4 Rocky Elam (Missouri) dec #15 Kordell Norfleet (Arizona State)

First period: Elam strikes first with a takedown for a 2-0 lead. The Pac-12 stream is down again. We will resume when we can. 

Second period: Elam has a 3-0 lead after an escape. 

Third period: Norfleet goes neutral but is down 5-2 so he has ground to cover. Elam is in on a single and gets two more for a 7-2 lead. Elam wins 8-2 with riding time.

Missouri 17, Arizona State 15

HWT: #1 Cohlton Schultz (Arizona State) major dec. #7 Zach Elam (Missouri), 12-4

First period: Schultz scores a takedown off of a body lock near the edge for a 2-0 lead. An escape by Elam makes it 2-1. Two more for Schultz and a 6-2 lead and 1:36 of riding time.

Second period: Elam escapes to cut the lead in half. 

Third period: Schultz escapes to extend his lead, 7-3. Schultz and Elam are locked tight in a body lock and Schultz wins the exchange after Elam attempts a throw. Schultz leads 11-4 and attempts a takedown but doesn't get it. Schultz wins 12-4 after a major decision.

Arizona State 19, Missouri 17