Walker Valley Wrestlers Crush Coahulla Creek, 67-12

Mustangs Register Nine Pins In Lopsided Win

Tuesday, December 10, 2013 - by Special to the Chattanoogan.com

The Walker Valley Mustangs took advantage of nine pins to whip host Coahulla Creek in a non-district wrestling match Tuesday night by a 67-12 final.

Walker Valley, now 2-2 on the young season, got falls from Joseph Munoz, Lawrence Cotton, Billy Raulston, Ric Kennett, Xzayvier Beckingham, Zach Miller Drake Haney, Ed Johnson and Austin Gregory with Munoz getting the fastest in 47 seconds.

Ryan Hager won by technical fall while Dionte Richardson and Elijah Earls both won with major decisions.

Labron Kendrick and Levi Kinsey both had pins for the Colts.

WALKER VALLEY 67, COAHULLA CREEK 12

(Match started at 138 Pounds)

106 -- Levi Kinsey (CC) pinned Robert Varner, 3:40'

113 -- Drake Haney (WV) pinned Jacob Brooks, 1:34;

120 -- Elijah Earls (WV) major dec. Gaspar Andres, 11-2;

126 -- Ed Johnson (WV) pinned Juan Lee, 2:57;

132 -- Austin Gregory (WV) pinned Scott Teem, 1:25;

138 -- Joseph Munoz (WV) piinned Austin Long, :47;

145 -- Labron Kendrick (CC) pinned Gregory Bramlett, 3:48;

152 -- Ryan Hager (WV) won by technical fall over Kenton Baggett, 2:22;

160 -- Lawrence Cotton (WV) pinned Gregory Hefner, 4:39;

170 -- Dionte Richardson (WV) major dec. Jesus Rodriguez, 10-1;

182 -- Billy Raulston (WV) pinned Christopher Lansing, 1:59;

195 -- Ric Kennett (WV) pinned Zion Hester, 2:58;

220 -- Xzayvier Beckingham (WV) pinned Jacob Elrod, 1:28;

285 -- Zach Miller (WV) pinned Cristian Castro, :56.

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