Lights turn the tables on rival Argos in exciting rematch
MSU-N grapplers get rolling in the upper weights to mount a thrilling comeback in Great Falls
Last updated 2/12/2021 at 10am
Montana State University-Northern head wrestling coach Tyson Thivierge wasn't happy with his Lights when they wrestled the rival Providence Argos last month in Havre.
What a difference a few weeks makes though.
On Thursday night in Great Falls, the No. 19 Lights rebounded from that loss to the Argos by beating their arch rivals 22-15 on their home mat, in what was an exciting dual, and one that Thivierge had an excellent gameplan for.
The Lights were trailing the Argos 15-6 after the 165-pound match, but Chase Short got a major decision at 174, before Carl Hansen stepped in at 184 and g...