UCC Riboli

Umpqua Community College’s Madeline Riboli controls her Chadron State opponent in the 143-pound match during a dual meet on Saturday in Hastings, Nebraska. Riboli scored a 10-2 decision.

HASTINGS, Neb. — The Umpqua Community College women’s wrestling team won a pair of dual meets on Saturday night, defeating Avila University (Missouri) 41-6 and beating Chadron State (Nebraska) 47-6.

Hinda Doucure won two matches for UCC, both by technical fall. Itzel Medina (116), Autumn Perez (155) and Aracely Rendon (170) posted falls and Maya Lindskog (143) won by technical fall against Avila.

Violeta Evangelista (101) won by fall and Madeline Riboli (143) won by decision versus Chadron State.

“We only lost two matches on the day, so we’re pretty happy about that,” UCC coach Craig Jackson said.


Umpqua 41, Avila 6

101 — Violet Evangelista, UCC, won by forfeit. 109 — Hinda Doucoure, tf. Zoey Mzeru, A, 10-0. 116 — Itzel Medina, UCC, P. Markayla Lottie, A, 2:49. 123 — Leila Sidhu, UCC, won by forfeit. 130 — Victoria Baez, UCC, won by forfeit. 136 — Kai Morrison, A, p. Nishika Smith, UCC, :35. 143 — Maya Lindskog, UCC, tf. Jessica Miller, A, 12-2. 155 — Autumn Perez, UCC, p. Susana Mondragon, A, 1:04. 170 — Aracely Rendon, UCC, dec. Raziyah Thomas, A, 4-0. 191 — Makan-Sira Keita, UCC won by forfeit.

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Tom Eggers is the sports editor for The News-Review. He can be reached at teggers@nrtoday.com or 541-957-4220.

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