Yes, Wegener won with a pin. Irwin now at 3-1 lead
Irwin pinned for the loss
Colton Spaur lost a hard-fought match in the opener. He's back in the consolation bracket later.
Waiting through a break in the action for area wrestlers. Probably another 5-10 minutes to go before another takes the mat
Getting closer. Colton Spaur will break the drought as he becomes the first area wrestler in six weight classes to take the mat.
Spaur sports a large bandage from what looks like a cut over one eye from his earlier match. Doesn't hurt him from the start as he's off to a 2-0 lead.
Spaur controlling his opponent so far. Still 2-0
End of the first with Spaur up 2-0
Spaur with a takedown for a 4-0 lead
Not sure what happened, but the ref just reset the score to 2-0 for Spaur
So Spaur just gets two points back, and his opponent takes one. Back to 4-1
End of the second, and Spaur leads 4-1
Spaur looking confident with a minute left and a 5-1 lead
27 seconds left, Spaur up 7-2
Cameron Donovan about to take the mat
Zach Davis of Albia also up soon as the night draws to a close
0-0 in Donovan's match at the end of the first
And our last wrestler of the night is on the mat. Davis from Albia.
Halfway through the second, Donovan still scoreless
End of the second Donovan leads 1-0
Donovon tied with 39 seconds to go. Davis still trailing 3-0
Donovan still going in overtime.
Donovan concedes a point, trails 2-1
Donovan loses his match 2-1 in overtime.
That's all from tonight's session. See you tomorrow morning from Wells Fargo Arena
We're baaaack. Sorry. I guess "Poltergeist" doesn't quite translate as well on the computer.
This morning has the Class 1A and 3A quarterfinals and consolations. The session is scheduled to run from 9 a.m. to 1:30 p.m., and is the first of three today. We'll be finishing sometime around 10:45 p.m. tonight
The field has been winnowed some, but today's sessions all involve multiple classes. Session one is 1A and 3A, while session two is 2A and 1A. The final session involves 2A and 3A. Going to be interesting to see who's left standing at the end of the day.