It was brother connection that led the Red team during the Nebraska Scholastic Wrestling Coaches Association all-star dual.

Brothers Monte and Ethan Mumm of Raymond Central both notched decisions to help the Red to a 21-12 dual win over Blue on Saturday in Grand Island.

And the Mumms weren't the Reds only brotherly advantage, as High Plains twins Kyle and Payton Stevens won via fall and decision, respectively, to add to Red's final margin.

David City's Ryan Worm also won for Red with a pin over Aurora's Carter Thompson, while Lincoln Northeast's Mercedes Smith pinned Fairbury's Autumn Branson for Blue.


RED 21, BLUE 12

(No times on pins)

Aweys Salat (Omaha Bryan), Blue, maj. dec. Connor Hazen, Creighton, 12-3; Ryan Worm (David City), Red, pinned Moises Barboza (Wakefield); Monte Mumm (Raymond Central), Red dec. Carter Thompson (Aurora), 3-1; Maison Clark (Papillion-La Vista South), Red, dec. Josh Pokorny (Benningon), 6-0; Mercedes Smith (Lincoln Northeast), Blue, pinned Autumn Branson (Fairbury); Clayton Glendy (Broken Bow), Red, dec. Dominique Rickard (Plainview), 3-2; Kyle Stevens (High Plains), Red, pinned Eric Langan (McCook); Ethan Mumm (Raymond Central), Red, dec. Zac Hazen (Creighton), 4-1; Ben Metzler (Tekemah-Herman), Blue, dec. Damian Green (Fairbury), 8-3; Kaelie Tomlin (Cambridge), Red tech. fall Kyauna Kring (Southern Valley), 16-0; Gavin Trompke (Ord), Blue, dec. Dylan James (West Point-Beemer), 5-3; Brody Lewis (Franklin), Blue, dec. Trenton Elliot (Tekamah-Herman), 4-0; Payton Stevens (High Plains), Red, dec. Trent Christiancy (Franklin), 10-6; Stephanie Barragan (West Point-Beemer), Red, pinned Emma Gomez (Hemingford); Tyler Gideon (Burwell), Red, dec. Cole Krecklow (Wahoo), 1-0; Joe Ritzen (Chadron), Blue, def. Riley Berg (West Point-Beemer), 4-3; Christian Miller (Plainview), Blue, maj. dec. Zac Charity (Millard South), 14-4.

Scoring: 1 point for dec., 2 points for maj. dec., 3 points for tech. fall, 4 points pin.

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