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Owls continue rule of own invitational

 

The margin of victory was smaller than usual, but the ultimate result was the same Saturday at the Timberlane Invitational.

The host Owls placed first for the 24th time in the last 25 years. In the 27 years of the tournament. the Owls failed to take first only three times and each time they were runners-up.

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Wrestling, 01/24/15 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Lydick returns

 

Joey Lydick made a triumphant return to the lineup for Pinkerton Saturday  in a tri-meet sweep of Winnisquam and Milford. Lydick sprained his ACL in the first weekend of the season in the 220-pound finals of the Blue Devil Classicand has been in rehab until Saturday when he had two pins to improve to 5-1 on the season.

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Wrestling, 01/24/15 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

NA bounces back

 

North Andover bounced back from a loss to Lowell earlier in the week with a big 38-30 win over Chelmsford to stay in the Merrimack Valley Conference race, setting up a showdown with Methuen at home Wednesday. Adrian Polanco and Stephen Manning had pivotal pins against the Lions and Jack Perry and Fritz Hoen both had a pair of pins for the Knights, who also beat Dracut 51-22.

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Wrestling, 01/24/15 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Role reversal

 

North Andover, usually strong in the lower weights, won the last upper weight classes against Lowell, but dropped the first six weights in a 37-30 loss to Lowell.

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Wrestling, 01/21/15 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Hillies on roll

 

Haverhill's younger wrestlers continued to rise in a 46-32 victory over Tewksbury. Sophomore Matt Coyne had a pin at 5:19 and freshman Rolando Corrasco recorded an 18-second pin at 220.

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Wrestling, 01/21/15 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Kiely ties it

 

Jack Kiely couldn't quite get the pin but his technical fall in the final match, at 120, gave Central Catholic a 36-36 tie against highly regarded Chelmsford. Joe Sanchez and Brandon Desfosses had pins in the last 10 seconds of their matches and heavyweight Carlos Cabrera continued to wrestle well, recording a pin in 18 seconds.

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Wrestling, 01/21/15 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Royals in 4th

 

Georgetown/Ipswich finished an impressive fourth at the Brookline Duals, splitting four matches on the day. Constantine Galanis remained unbeaten with four wins and Alex Manning was cited as Outstanding Wrestler for the team for his three pins at 195. Josiah Krason was 3-0 at 106.

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Wrestling, 01/17/15 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Knights go 2-1

 

North Andover romped past Daniel Hand (Conn.) and host Keene (64-160 but got punished by Vermont power Mount Anthony 53-20. Fritz Hoehnremained unbeaten with three wins at 170 while Jack Perry (113) and surprising heavyweight Dauma Fernandez were also unbeaten on the day for the Knights, now 14-3 on the year. 

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Wrestling, 01/17/15 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Crowns for Kochs

 

Senior Matt Koch won his first tournament title, at 126, and younger brother Zach was the winner at 132 — his second tourney title of the year — to lead Pelham to third place overall at the Pelham Tournament. Alex becker was second at 106 for the Pythons.

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Wrestling, 01/17/15 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Lancers win Border duals

 

Londonderry continued its winning ways, and in impressive fashion, rolling to the title at the Pinkerton War duals, a tournament that included Mass. power Winchester.

The unbeaten Lancers (9-0) defeated Nashua North 51-24, Windham 47-27 and, in the finals, Concord 35-26. That was the second time in a week Londonderry had beatn the Crimson Tide, having beat them 33-32 three days earlier.

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Wrestling, 01/17/15 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars
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