Notre Dame Wrestlers Split Matches

Irish at East Ridge, Saturday at 2 p.m.

Thursday, January 24, 2013 - by B.B. Branton

It was a good senior night Thursday for Notre Dame senior Michael Labbe who won two matches as the host Irish defeated Tyner, 40-27, but fell to East Hamilton, 54-26.

Other double winners for the Irish were Packy Mullin (126) who had a forfeit win and a technical fall, Noah Bankston (132, decision and major dec.) and Chris Hornsby (195, two forfeits).

Saturday, 2 p.m.: Notre Dame is at East Ridge … The host Pioneers have already clinched the Region 4 A-AA duals title and will compete in the A-AA state duals Feb.

1-2 for the first time in 20 years.

(Match Notes after results)

Notre Dame 40, Tyner 27

285 – no match

106: Luke Mullin (ND) pinned Deelanis White, 2:57 … ND, 6-0

113: Alex Eberle (ND) forfeit win … ND, 12-0

120: Jared Andrews (ND) pinned Mason Chamberlain, 1:32 … ND, 18-0

126: Packy Mullin (ND) forfeit win … ND, 24-0

132: Noah Bankston (ND) major dec. Chaysen Patrick, 13-2 … ND, 28-0

138: Juan Camacho (T) dec. Nick McGirl, 4-2 …  ND, 28-3

145: Hunter Daugherty (T) pinned Michael Qualrtrano, 1:29 … ND, 28-9

 152: Chase Daugherty (T) forfeit win … ND, 28-15

160: Michael Labbe (ND) pinned Jaylen Grimes, 2:48 … ND, 34-15

170: James Beckell (T) forfeit win … ND, 34-21

182: Jarius Leslie (T) forfeit win ...ND, 34-27

195: Chris Hornsby (ND) forfeit win … ND, 40-27

220: no match

Matches Won: ND, 7-5

Pins: ND, 3-1

Forfeits: 3-3

Technical Falls: None

Major Decisions: ND, 1-0

Decisions Tyner, 1-0

First Takedowns: ND, 4-2

East Hamilton 54, Notre Dame 26

106: Briar Potter (EH) pinned Luke Mullin, 2:34 … EH, 6-0

113: Jordan Goempel (EH) pinned Alex Eberle, 3:00 … EH, 12-0

120: Matt Meeks (EH) pinned Jared Andrews, 4:49 … EH, 18-0

126: Packy Mullin (ND) technical fall Nick Akins, 4:00 (19-4) … EH, 18-5

132: Noah Bankston (ND) dec. Brennen Smyth, 5-0 … EH, 18-8

138: Jacob Wolfe (EH) pinned Nick McGirl, :50 … EH, 24-8

145: Michael Qualrtrano (ND) pinned Conner Christenson,  :52 … EH, 24-14

152: Colby Woods (EH) forfeit win … EH, 30-14

160: Michael Labbe (ND) forfeit win … EH, 36-14

170: Kendall Austin (EH) forfeit win … EH, 36-20

182: Charles Sanders (EH) forfeit win … EH, 42-20

195: Chris Hornsby (ND) forfeit win … EH, 42-26

220: Buchanan Dalvan (EH) forfeit win … EH, 48-26

285: Jarret Wilhoit (EH) forfeit win …. EH, 54-26

Matches Won: EH, 9-5

Pins: EH, 4-1

Forfeits: EH, 5-2

Technical Falls: ND, 1-0

Major Decisions: ND, 1-0

Decisions: ND, 1-0

First Takedowns: ND, 6-2

 

Notes --

Senior Night: Michael Labbe … varsity letters, football (3), wrestling (4), captain … regional winner in science contest … National Honor Society … will attend the U.S. Naval Academy or UTK.

Cecilia Young … wrestling manager, four years … varsity cross county (2), football cheerleader (2), softball (4) ... National Honor Society, Beta Club.

Late Victory: Tyner’s Juan Camacho scored a takedown in the last five seconds to defeat Nick McGirl, 4-2, at 138 … McGirl led 2-1 late in the third period but was penalized one point for grabbing the headgear which tied the match 2-2 before the winning takedown

Brothers: Luke and Packy Mullin (sons of former ND state champ Chris Mullin) for Notre Dame and Hunter and Chase Daugherty for Tyner … all four were victorious in the first match.

Fastest Fall: East Hamiton’s Jacob Wolfe pinned Nick McGirl in 50seconds at 128.

Happy Birthday ! … Tyner principal and longtime wrestling administrator Carol Goss celebrates her 60th birthday Friday …

Contact B.B. Branton at william.branton@comcast.net



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