McCallie Wrestlers Win In Division II State Duals

Friday, February 1, 2013

McCallie beat St. Benedict 41-21 Friday night in the opening round of the Division II state wrestling dual meet in Nashville.

McCallie advanced to wrestle Father Ryan in a late match on Friday.

Baylor recieved a bye in the first round and is facing off with Christian Brothers in the late semifinal on Friday.


145 - Timmy Maginn (St. Ben) p. Matthew Jones (Mc) 5:37; 152 - Ben Kurtz (St. Ben) d. Will Patton (Mc) 9 - 4; 160 - Calum McCrosey (Mc) d.

Alex Moses (St. Ben) 9 - 2; 170 - Noah Kurtz (St. Ben) p. Ariel Bong (Mc) 1:46; 182 - Nathen Hoodenpyle (Mc) wins by forfeit; 195 - Logan Reid (St. Ben) d. Jay Roberts (Mc) 6 - 5; 220 - Casey Cook (Mc) p. Trey Claus (St. Ben) 0:13; 285 - Trey Phillips (Mc) p. Josh Langston (St. Ben) 2:41; 106 - Addison Cornell (Mc) m.d. Morgan Green (St. Ben) 15 - 3; 113 - James Westbrook (Mc) t.f. Drake Conine (St. Ben) 16 - 0; 120 - Alex Elsey (Mc) p. Ronson March (St. Ben) 2:13; 126 - Tanner Mosier (St. Ben) d. Matthew Boya (Mc) 4 - 2; 132 - Adam Connell (Mc) d. Andrew Herman (St. Ben) 6 - 3; 138 - Griffin Davis (Mc) d. Brad Linehan (St. Ben) 6 - 4.

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