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Wrestlers Fourth at Hopewell-Loudon

posted Dec 9, 2017, 6:36 PM by Steve Barr   [ updated Dec 13, 2017, 12:24 PM ]
12/9/17 - The middle school wrestling team placed fourth in the 11-team Hopewell-Loudon Invitational with 81 points.  Fassett Gold won the team title with 239.5 points while Fassett Green had 111 points and Mohawk had 85.  Eighth graders Gavin Parlette and Casey Cousino each finished second in their weight classes.  Parlette had a 3-1 record in the tournament at 142 pounds with all three wins by pin.   Cousino wrestled at 116 pounds and was 3-0 in his pool with three pins.  He then won his semifinal match by pin over Koby Miller from Oregon Gold before losing by pin to Austin Evans from Riverdale in the championship match.  Eighth-graders Landon Emch and Lukus Schaub along with seventh-grader Eli Wolph all finished third.  Emch wrestled at 104 pounds and had a 3-2 record with two wins by pin and a forfeit victory.  Schaub had a 1-2 record at 98 pounds and posted his one win by pin.  Wolph went 2-2 in the tournament at 160 pounds losing by pin in the semifinals before pinning Ryan Emshoff from Mohawk in the third-place match.  Also wrestling for the Wildcats was seventh-grader Garrett Geldine who had a 1-2 record in the 110-pound weight class, seventh-grader Ethan Taylor in the 172-pound weight class where he had an 0-3 record, and seventh-grader Jacob Roginski was 2-2 in the 205-pound weight class.
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