After falling behind by nine points with four matches to go, the Cal Poly wrestling team pulled off its second win of the season Thursday against host Boise State, winning 22-15.
Dominic Kastl scored a 5-3 decision at 174 pounds to start the comeback for the Mustangs, and Nick Fiegener (184) followed him with a 16-4 major decision, making it a 15-13 deficit going in to the final two matches.
JT Goodwin (197) put Cal Poly ahead with a pin in 2:59 to make it 19-15, and Nicolas Johnson (285) sealed the victory with a 4-2 decision.
The Mustangs (2-13) continue their road trip on Saturday at Oregon State.
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Orange Coast 9, Cuesta 1
The Cougars scored a run in the first inning, but that was it.
San Luis Obispo High graduate RJ Hassey scored on a hit by Josh Flaco in the first inning for Cuesta, but the Cougars trailed 4-1 by the top of the fourth inning and couldn’t mount a comeback.
Steven Pico went 2 for 5 while Hassey was 2 for 3 for the Cougars (0-4). Fellow San Luis Obispo graduate Garrett Giovannelli went 2 for 5.
Cuesta 0-3; Reedley 6-0
Morro Bay graduate Marissa Tabares got the loss in the first game with four strikeouts and three walks, and Ami Hood went 2 for 3 for the Cougars.
Tabares earned the win in the second game with four strikeouts and no walks, while Bre Ojala, Mikala Strum, and Cheyenne Hufstetler all went 2 for 3.
Strum, and Atascadero graduates Hufstetler and Erin Pennington had an RBI each for the Cougars (1-4).