Two other Wildcat condition qualifiers also competed. Kameron Stiffler went 1-2 at 113 lbs and Samuel Lynon went -2 at 160.
Hunt and Stiffler, both of those freshmen, completed with 40-12 and 39-11 records, respectively, and Lynon, a junior, concluded 22-16.
Dothan’s Garrett Holland competed in the 182-pound fat course, but went -2 to finish his season with a 23-6 report.
McFarland, a Brewton-Parker Higher education signee who ended his EHS profession with a 148-18 report, acquired off to a very good start off in his remaining, capturing down low on Jones’ correct leg with an outside solitary leg takedown and a 2- direct with 42 seconds still left in the opening period of time.
Jones, while, recovered with a one-point escape with 20 seconds left in the period of time off a reset at the middle of the mat following the two went out of bounds. 10 seconds later, Jones was ready to perform in a double leg takedown to go up 3-2 in the period’s last seconds.
At the commence of the second interval, McFarland pick out to defer his option to the 3rd time period. Jones then choose bottom. The conclusion paid out off for the Thompson wrestler, who acquired an escape with 1:28 left for a 4-2 lead.
As the two worked close to the mat, McFarland experimented with to sling Jones down, but missed on the transfer, dropping his stability and Jones was ready to shift all-around for a takedown and a 6-2 guide with 56 seconds remaining in the interval.