1940-41 Chillicothe Wrestling
Coach: Pat Bradshaw
C. H, S, MATMEN WIN EVERY MATCH
Mexico Military Academy Is Defeated, 0-40, in Wrestling.
Mexico Military Academy lost every match and went
down by a score of 40 to 0 here yesterday afternoon as Pat
Bradshaw's Chillicothe High School wrestlers opened their 1941
season. Chillicothe won every bout by a fall.
Although the Hornets were reported inexperienced, they
wrestled with an enthusiastic vigor which was mere than encouraging
against an M.M.A team described as "better than it was last year"
when Chillicothe defeated them here.
In addition to the regular matches, three extra bouts
were arranged and all were won by Chillicothe boys, who pinned the
opponents in good time.
A return match will be played at Mexico Saturday, March
95 pound-Ralph Burner defeated R. Hepper in 4
minutes 13 seconds; points 6 to 4, Burner, before fall.
105 pound-Richard Walker defeated Olander in 5:25;
points 4 to 0 Walker before fall.
115 pound-Martin Andrews defeated J. Wayman in 6:23; 2
to 1, Andrews, before fall.
125 pound-Jimmy Stuart defeated J. Mather in 1:22; 2 to
0, Stuart before fall.
135 pound-John Rinehart defeated E. Richards in 3:57; 8
to 7, Rinehart, before fall.
145 pound-Roger Condron defeated R. Forties in 1:41; 2
to 0, Condron, to fall
155 pound-Leonard Fair defeated R. Lasley in 1:14; to
0, Fair, to fall.
165 pound- Howard Holt defeated G. Hill in 4:36.5; 6 to
5, Holt, to fall.
145 pound-Laurence Dayton defeated McNeil in 4:05; 2 to
0, Rayton to fall.
145 pound-Harry Dunfee defeated Podizmak in 1:40; 2 to
0, Dunfee, to fall.
125 pound-Russell Taylor defeat Jed Mather in 4:00 to
0, Taylor, to fall.
Holt and Dayton pinned their opponents in both
overtimes of each bout.
CHS, WRESTLERS AGAIN BEST M.M.A.
Local Schoolboys Lost Just Two Events in Winning Match at Mexico.
Chillicothe high school wrestlers couldn’t make the
same clean sweep through Missouri Military Academy grapplers they
made two weeks ago, but they did triple the score Saturday afternoon
to win an inter-school match at Mexico 30 to 10.
The hornets lost only the 95 and 165 pound events to
Mack Ruth, associate coach, took the CHS squad to Mexico. Coach Pat
Bradshaw had his basketball team at the regional tournament in St
The state wrestling meet is scheduled for Friday and
Saturday at Columbia, and Bradshaw will take a squad of six or seven
men to compete there. Last year Chillicothe won fourth place in the
Results at MMA:
95 pound-Robert Peeler (CHS) lost to Hepper, fall
in 2 minutes.
105 pound-Richard Walker won by forfeit
115 pound-Martin Andrews won from Wayman in 6:30
125 pound-Jim Stuart threw Mather in 5:30
135 pound-John Rinehart won from E. Richards in 1:08 by
145 pound–Roger Condron won from Forties by fall in
155 pound-Leonard Fair won from R Lasley by fall in
165 pound-Haynes (CHS) lost to Dickson by fall in 55
A squad of seven Chillicothe high school boys left with
their coach, Pat Bradshaw, early this morning for Columbia to
compete in the state high school wrestling tournament. The entry
list of 127 athletes is the largest ever registered.
Schools entered are Normandy, Maplewood, Ferguson, Missouri Military
Academy, Webster Groves, Kirkwood, Mount Vernon, Chillicothe,
Sedalia smith cotton, Ritenour of St Louis County and University
High of Columbia
Chillicothe contestants are 95 pounds Ralph Burner, 105
pounds Richard Walker, 115 pounds Martin Andrews, 125 pounds Jim
Stuart, 135 pounds John Rinehart, 145 pounds Robert Condron and 155
pounds Leonard Fair.
(Results from State meet were not found)