The MCC Jayhawks finished 1-1 as a team for the day. They opened with a 21-24 loss to 19th ranked Henry Ford College, although they won 6 of the 10 matches in the dual. Against St. Clair County Community College, they dropped the opening bout by a decision and then rattled off 9 straight wins, routing the Skippers 46-3. “We were encouraged by some improvement from last week against Henry Ford, but what we saw from the team against SC4 was awesome, they were just feeding off each other’s energy. I’m very proud of how this team is starting to come together.” said coach Mark Brunger. “SC4 defeated Henry Ford just last week, so to notch a win like that in dominating fashion against the team that is on top of the MCCAA standings was special.” The day was highlighted by undefeated performances by 7 MCC wrestlers. Those wrestlers were Jamison Ward (Carson City Crystal) 2-0, Kael Bunce (Stockbridge) 2-0, Alec Sampson (Wilmington, NC) 2-0, Julian Jimenez (Holland West Ottawa) 3-0, Paulo Dragin (Gahanna, OH) 2-0, Bronsen Jewell (Grand Haven) 2-0, Allen Powers (Whitehall) 2-0.