Class 5A’s fourth-ranked Shawnee picked up six wins by fall Tuesday, and needed no help from their two wins by forfeit as they demolished sixth-ranked Suburban Conference foe Chickasha 54-18 at the Shawnee High School Performing Arts and Athletic Center.

Class 5A’s fourth-ranked Shawnee picked up six wins by fall Tuesday, and needed no help from their two wins by forfeit as they demolished sixth-ranked Suburban Conference foe Chickasha 54-18 at the Shawnee High School Performing Arts and Athletic Center.

“We wrestled exceptionally well. That’s a good team we beat,” Shawnee head coach Larry James said of the homecoming victory.

“They’re a real good team. They’re not No. 6 for nothing.”

The Wolves got three falls in the first five matches for a 21-3 lead. Shawnee went up 15-0 to open the night as Nick Poncho (106) and Bryce O’Conner (113) pinned their opponents, and 120-pound entrant Michael Smith took down the Fighting Chicks’ Dakota Resendez with a 7-2 decision.

Poncho pinned D.J. Warner in 1:32, followed by O’Conner’s pin of Lamar Neff in 4:49.

Shawnee’s Cameron Comer, at 132, pinned Denver Calhoun in 1:14.

Senior Corey Todd, who turned 18 Tuesday, celebrated his birthday in style with a come-from-behind win at 145 pounds. Todd trailed Chickasha’s Triston Hill by a 5-2 count coming out of the first of three periods, and that score stood to start the third. Hill went up 7-2 before the deficit was cut to 7-4, and Todd immediately took control from there to record a pin at the 5:02 mark.

“I’m proud of Corey Todd’s effort, stepping up as a senior,” James said. “He’s a good kid.

“We came out on fire and looked good. We’ve got a lot of confidence right now.”

The Wolves led 27-9 following Todd’s win, and Matt Daniel put them up 33-9 by pinning Coy Richardson in 1:33 in the 152-pound match.

Thomas Shepherd (170) topped Chickasha’s Riley Williams by a 6-1 decision, and teammate Gage Humphrey (195) pinned Sam Richardson in 1:37.

The Wolves got forfeit wins at 160 pounds and 220 pounds. Chickasha earned wins at 126 pounds (by 11-4 decision); at 138 pounds (by fall in 3:04); at 182 pounds (by 5-3 decision); and at heavyweight (by fall in 37 seconds).

Now 3-1 overall and 1-0 against Suburban Conference members, the Wolves will host 10th-ranked Noble at 7 p.m. Thursday. Shawnee will then take part in the Carl Albert Tournament Friday and Saturday.