FHSU Sports Information Department
KANSAS CITY, Mo. – Fort Hays State’s Cash Drylie was named the MIAA Wrestler of the Week on Tuesday (Jan. 19) for his efforts in the Midwest Duals in Kearney, Neb. Drylie went a perfect 4-0 on the weekend and had the decisive victory in two duals helping FHSU to a 4-0 record on the weekend.
Drylie went 4-0 at 197 pounds. He recorded all of his wins by fall, generating a maximum of 24 points for his team on the weekend. In a 28-23 win over Southwest Minnesota State, his pin over Ashton Bartlett in 3:54 sealed the team victory, putting the Tigers up 28-17 before the final match. In a 22-21 win over San Francisco State, he broke a 15-15 tie with a pin in 1:44 over Calvin Nicholls. After SFSU got a pin at heavyweight, the Tigers were given one more team point for winning six of the 10 matches in the dual, winning on criteria 22-21. Drylie’s pin gave FHSU its sixth win in the dual. He also recorded pins against Cory Marquez of New Mexico Highlands (1:16) and Jakob Lund of CSU-Pueblo (3:25) in sizable dual victories for the Tigers. FHSU defeated NHMU 36-6 and No. 20 ranked CSU-Pueblo 37-15.