The Spartans (6-0) dropped Grovetown 61-18 then finished their short night with a 44-24 win over host Greenbrier.
“I want them to continue to push themselves, I want more from them than they just gave me,” Glenn Hills coach Mark McCall said. “I expect perfection just like anybody else.”
School finals played a part in the meet as Westside, which arrived an hour late like Glenn Hills, brought just five wrestlers, with the rest staying back to study. The Patriots took two hard losses, getting beat 48-14 by Greenbrier and 72-10 by Grovetown.
Grovetown (17-5) finished the night 2-1 after edging Greenbrier 45-36.
“It’s always good to get a win against a rival, but I don’t know if we wrestled as well as we could have,” said Grovetown coach Nathan White.
The Wolfpack’s three forfeits hurt against both Grovetown and Glenn Hills.
Glenn Hills and Greenbrier began with the 145-pound weight class and the Spartans’ Gequan Fletcher earned his second win with a 15-12 decision over Alexander Torres, who won his other two matches.
A Devonte Davis pin at 152 pounds gave the Spartans a 9-0 lead, but the Wolfpack got back in it with a Jeffrey Bourbo pin at 160 pounds. The Spartans’ Joshua Davis (170) got a pin but that was followed by the Wolfpack’s Kolby Schaible (182), who recorded a pin as the Wolfpack trailed just 15-12.
Any momentum Greenbrier had died with consecutive forfeits at 195 and 220 pounds before 285-pound Desmond Bradford pinned the Wolfpack’s George Conrad. With a 33-12 lead for the Spartans, it was too much for the Wolfpack to overcome.