Cleveland Wrestlers Top McCallie, 51-30

Walker Valley, Bradley Central Also Winners

Wednesday, December 12, 2012 - by B.B. Branton
Bradley Central's Dakota Bromley (black singlet) controls Bryson Lemons of Chattanooga Central. Bromley won via technical fall, 18-0.
Bradley Central's Dakota Bromley (black singlet) controls Bryson Lemons of Chattanooga Central. Bromley won via technical fall, 18-0.
- photo by Will Moore

Led by pins from three state champions, Cleveland defeated McCallie, 51-30, Tuesday a Cleveland.

The Blue Raiders, who improved to 13-1 on the season, opened the match with pins from state champs Chris DeBien (113) and Austin Stevison (120) for a 12-0 lead and were never headed.

Teammate Aaron Lopez, a 2011 state champ, also won via fall at 170 as the victors had seven pins among the nine matches won.

McCallie (7-3) had four pins, including a first period fall by state champion Adam Connell (132).

Cleveland at Soddy Daisy: In a match-up of the past two state traditional champions, defending state traditional and duals champion Soddy Daisy hosts Cleveland (2011 state traditional champs) Thursday night.

Tornado Team Captains: McCallie co-captains are Alex Elsea and Casey Cook … Cook, a three-sport letter winner (football, wrestling and baseball) was also voted team captain in football by his teammates at the end of the season.

“The players vote for one captain at the end of the season and for Casey to be chosen captain is quite an honor,” said McCallie head coach Mike Newman, who also serves as offensive line coach in football.

Walker Valley 54, East Ridge 21

The Mustangs had seven pins in their win and improved to 9-2.

Fastest Pin: William Garner (ER, 285), :40.

Bradley Central 45, Chattanooga Central 33

Host Bradley Central (13-1) won eight of 14 matches to defeat two-time defending A-AA state duals champion Chattanooga Central (2-6), 45-33. Fastest Pin: Dakota Reams (BC, 126), :52.

Tullahoma Wins Two

Tullahoma (5-8) defeated Oakland (41-39) and Lebanon (60-12) and lost to Forrest (42-41).

 

Cleveland 51, McCallie 30

113: Chris DeBien Cleve) pinned James Westbrook, 3:56 … Cleve, 6-0 (+6)

120: Austin Stevison (Cleve) pinned Dawson Maddox, :37 … Cleve, 12-0 (+12)

126: Taylor Bishop (Cleve) pinned Morgan Boyd, 5:01 … Cleve, 18-0 (+18)

132: Adam Connell (McC) pinned Victor Barbosa, :54 … Cleve, 18-6 (+12)

138: Griffin Davis (McC) pinned Emmanuel Ospina, 1:45 … Cleve 18-12 (+6)

145: Aaron Oliver (Cleve) pinned Matthew Jones,  5:04 … Cleve, 24-12 (+12)

152: Joel Simpkins (Cleve) forfeit win … Cleve, 30-12 (+18)

160: Josh Hamilton (Cleve) pinned Will Patton, :30 … Cleve, 36-12 (+24)

170: Aaron Lopez (Cleve) pinned Calum McCroskey,  1:54 … Cleve, 42-12 (+30)

189: Nathan Hoodenpyle (McC) pinned Sean VonPotts, 5:41 … Cleve, 42-18 (+24)

195: Oleg Stukanov (Cleve) dec.  Jay Roberts, 11-4 … Cleve, 45-18 (+27)

220: Karan Kennedy (Cleve) pinned Trel Phillips, 2:34 … Cleve, 51-18 (+33)

285: Casey Cook (McC) pinned John Gaither, 1:21 … Cleve, 51-24 (+27)

103: Addison Cornell (McC) forfeit win … Cleve, 51-30 (+21)

Records: Cleveland (13-1), McCallie (7-3)

Next Match: Cleveland at Soddy Daisy (Thursday) ... McCallie is off until the McCallie Invitational, Dec. 21-22 

Walker Valley 54, East Ridge, 21
138: Caleb Langford (WV) pinned Justin Hitchcock, 1:49

145: Lawrence Cotton (WV) pinned Matthew Mapp, 3:36

152: Kendall Small (ER) dec.  Ryan Hager, 7-6

160: DeAngelo Johnson (ER) dec. QyRe Brown, 17-11

170: Chase Gregory (WV) pinned Tabrin Walker,:58

182: Chazz Fulford (WV) pinned Nakota Culver, 3:30

195: Billy Raulston (WV) pinned Brandon Cantrell, 3:24

220: C.J. Baker (ER) pinned Zack Miller, 3:39

285: William Garner (ER) pinned Samuel Dworak, :40

106: Drake Haney (WV) forfeit win

113: Logan Smith (WV) forfeit win

120: Brandon Whitley (ER) dec. Braxton Brewer, 10-6

126: Arrie Bramlett (WV) pinned Timothy Moore, 1:12

 132: Tyrus Hamrick (WV) pinned Spencer Griffy, 1:00

Records: Walker Valley (9-2), East Ridge (9-3)

 

Bradley Central 45, Chattanooga Central 33

195 – Alex Fogery (BC) forfeit win

220 – Cody Evan (CC) pinned Brandon Scoggins, 1:47

285 – Sam Stephenson (CC) pinned J.J. Johnson, 4:47

106 – Toribio Navarron (BC) forfeit win

113 – Dyer Rose (BC) forfeit win

120 – Dakota Bromley (BC) technical fall Bryson Lemons, 18-0, 4:00

126 – Dakota Reams (BC) pinned Jeffery Gaines, :52

132 – Taylor Kazy (BC) pinned James Walker, 1:02

138 – Joe Stegall (CC) pinned Caven Rogers, 1:52

145 – Michael Frazey (CC) pinned Steven Scott, 5:20

152 – Jacob Station (BC) major dec. Norwood,10-2

160 – Larry Dickerson (CC) pinned Eric Goins, 3:00

170 – Robbie Clark (BC) pinned Michael Ray, 1:45

182 – James Hughes (CC) dec. Corey Bandy, 10-5

Records: Bradley Central (13-1), Chattanooga Central (2-6)

 Tullahoma 60, Lebanon 12

126: Jordan Benford (L) pinned Bryce Triplett

132: Riley Dean (T) forfeit win

138: Cole Michael (T) pinned Thomas Thurston, 1:36

145: Brennon Watson (T) pinned Dustin Garner, :32.

152: Chris Howse (T) pinned Michael Collinsworth, :37

160: Tristan Scott (T) forfeit win

170: Dylan Pearson (T) pinned Jimmy Shaffer, :37.

182: Malik Weir (L) pinned Jordan Snow, :42.

195: No Match - double forfeit

220: Christian Kazmark (T) forfeit win

285: No Match - double forfeit

106: Cleveland Cyree (T) forfeit win

113: Devan Cyree (T) forfeit win

120: Christopher Battles (T) pinned Wayne Hudson, 1:04.

Forrest 42, Tullahoma 41

132: Cooper McNair (F) pinned Riley Dean, 2:58

138: Clepper Watson (F) pinned Robert Simpson, 5:10

145: Brennon Watson (T) forfeit win

152: Bryan Clanton (F) technical fall Chris Howse, 22-6

160: Tristan Scott (T) forfeit win.

170: Jamie Boyce (F) pinned Dylan Pearson, 1:46.

182: Richie McClendon (F) pinned Jordan Snow, :11

195: Zach McCoy (F) forfeit win

220: Spencer McGuiggan (F) forfeit win.

285: Christian Kazmark (T) pinned Logan Wright, 1:11

106: Adam Rogers (T) pinned C.J. Monce,:30.

113: Cleveland Cyree (T) technical fall Alex Jordan, 17-0.

120: Devan Cyree (T) pinned Cage Hargrove, 1:54.

126: Dylan McElhaney (T) pinned Peyton Sisk, 2:37

Tullahoma 41, Oakland 39
120: Bryce Triplett (T) technical fall Deshawn Henry, 23-7

126: Dylan McElhaney (T) pinned Justin Garrett, 3:44

132: Jeremy Williams (O) pinned Riley Dean, 2:29.

138: Cole Michael (O) pinned Peke McDaniel, 1:34

145: Raheme Cheairs (O) dec. Brennon Watson, 10-4

152: Joseph Beck (O) pinned Chris Howse, 1:10

160: Scott Tilley (O) pinned Tristan Scott, 1:15

170: Dylan Pearson (T) pinned Justin Gazzaway, 1:39

182: Cody Richards (O) pinned Jordan Snow, :13

195: Garrett Richards (O) forfeit win

220: Christian Kazmark (T) pinned Seth Markum, 2:35

285: Jeff Benson (O) forfeit win

106: Cleveland Cyree (T) forfeit win

113: Devan Cyree (T) pinned Robert Barrett, :40.

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