OSU's Mike Mangrum won by technical fall of Wyoming's Kyle Komata at 141, beating him 16-0, and the Beavers also got a major decision when RJ Pena beat Wyoming's Andy McCulley 11-3 at 149 pounds.
What does WBTF stand for?
WBTF stands for Won by Technical Fall (wrestling)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
Quartz Hill won the first three matches when Jacob Ricker pinned Brandon Pineda at 135 pounds, Greg Alesso won by technical fall over Alex Robledo at 140 and Josh Randenberg defeated Chris Saldana at 145.
Stanley also won by technical fall and Lehman recorded his second pin in Cottage Grove's 48-33 loss to Philomath.
Adam Sprague (145), Kris Watkins (160) and Tyler Spooner (215) had pins for Pleasant Hill, and Tanner Tyler (125) won by technical fall.
Thurston's Riley Omlid won by technical fall, 15-0, and teammates Korbin Hawes (103), Ryan Arand (130) and Robbie Bird (135) picked up wins via forfeit.
Jake Gonzales (125) and Kelly Kubec (133) won by technical falls, and Brice Arand (184), Chad Hanke (197) and Clayton Jack (heavyweight) won by major decisions.
Jake Gonzales won by technical fall over Fullerton's Andre Gonzalez at 125 pounds for the Beavers (5-1, 3-1 Pac-10), and Dan Brascetta and Keegan Davis won decisions at 157 and 165 pounds, the final two matches of the meet.
125 - Andy Ellis, PH, won by technical fall over Sergio Luna, JC, 19-3.