Archer Leads McCallie Mat Tourney

Cleveland, Soddy Daisy are 2nd and 3rd

Friday, December 21, 2012 - by B.B. Branton

On the strength of sending nine wrestlers to Saturday morning's semifinals (11 a.m.) Archer (Ga.) is in first place at the 32nd annual McCallie Invitational Wrestling Tournament.

Archer has 130.5 points, while second place Cleveland (119.5) has eight in the semis and third place Soddy Daisy (86.0) has five in the semis in the 19-team field.

Saturday Finals: Finals for first, third and fifth places will begin at 3:30 p.m.

No.1 Seeds Advance:  All 14 No.1 seeds advanced to the semis ... 12 of the 14 No.2 seeds made it to the semis.

 

Results by weight class can be found on trackwrestling.com.

Team Standings

# of semifinalists in ( ) ... followed by team points

1, Archer (9) ... 130.5

2. Cleveland (8) ... 119.5

3. Soddy Daisy (5) ... 86.0

4. Union County (5)... 79 5

5. Alexander (2) ... 67.0

5. Carrollton (6)... 67.0

7. Hillcrest (4).. 65.5

8. Baylor (4) ...57.5

9. McCallie (3) ... 44.55

10. Lafayette (2) ... 43.0

11. Brentwood (2) ... 33.0

12. Heritage( Ga.) (2) ... 31.0

13. Parkview (2)... 28.0

14. Ringgold (0) ... 20.0

15. Northwest Whitfield (0) ... 18.0

16. Thomas A. Edison (1) .. 13.0

17. Sonoraville (0)... 12.0

18. Hillgrove (o) ... 5.5

19. Knox Webb (0) ... 0.0

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