State Duals Wrestling Individual Match Results

Soddy Daisy, Cleveland Advance; Hixson, East Ridge Lose To Greeneville

Saturday, February 02, 2013

CLEVELAND 73, CORDOVA 0

(Match started at 145 Pounds)

106 – Tristan Blansit (Clev) dec. Aaron Carter, 8-5;

113 – Chris Debien (Clev) pinned Allen Carter, 2:12;

120 – Austin Stevison (Clev) pinned Byron Smith, 6:41 in overtime;

126 – Austin Oliver (Clev) pinned Raul Santospieve, 1:19;

132 – Haden Hamilton (Clev) pinned Conner Chipman, :35;

138 – Ezra Taylor (Clev) dec. Taylor Ozment, 9-6;

145 – Joel Simpkins (Clev) pinned Dedrick Mays,:27;

152 – Josh Hamilton (Clev) pinned James Costner, :39;

160 – Aaron Lopez (Clev) pinned Matthew Mullins, 1:03;

170 – Sean Von Potts (Clev) pinned Ismaeel Bayakly, :29;

182 – Ethan West (Clev) dec.

Jordan Davis, 4-3;

195 – Oleg Stukanov (Clev) major dec. Tyree Daniels, 14-5;

220 – John Gaither (Clev) won by forfeit;

285 – Koran Kennedy (Clev) pinned Ben White, 2:38.

 

CLEVELAND 61, CLARKSVILLE 12

(Match started at 152 Pounds)

106 – Tristan Blansit (Clev) pinned Dalton Halliday, 1:10;

113 – Chris Debien (Clev) won by forfeit;

120 – Austin Stevison (Clev) dec. DeQuan Wiggins, 4-2;

126 – Austin Oliver (Clev) pinned Nathaniel Alsobrook, 3:54;

132 – Taylor Bishop (Clev) dec. Will Baker, 5-0;

138 – Ezra Taylor (Clev) dec. Clay Cook, 2-1;

145 – Aaron Oliver (Clev) major dec. Hunter Mabry, 9-0;

152 – Josh Hamilton (Clev) pinned Thomas Huddleston, 1:53;

160 – Aaron Lopez (Clev) pinned Alan D’Alessandro, 2:23;

170 – Tyler Crane (Clark) pinned Sean Von Potts, 4:42;

182 – Ethan West (Clev) pinned Keil Russell, 3:12;

195 – Oleg Stukanov (Clev) pinned David Reid, 1:43;

220 – John Gaither (Clev) won by forfeit;

285 – Bruno Reagan (Clark) pinned Koran Kennedy, 1:46.

 

SODDY DAISY 51, SCIENCE HILL 16

(Match started at 145 Pounds)

106 – Jacob McClure (SD) dec. Ben Riley, 5-0;

113 – Austin Houser (SD) major dec. Gary Hudgins, 9-1;

120 – Justin Taylor (SD) won by technical fall over Sam Lane, 15-0;

126 – Austin Brewer (SD) dec. Matt Dammann, 8-2;

132 – Alex Oliver (SD) won by forfeit;

138 – Shane Jesse (SH) major dec. Sheldon Roberson, 14-6;

145 – Austin Williamson (SD) dec. Austin Bagley, 8-5;

152 – Gage Richmond (SD) won by forfeit;

160 – Ben Rolston (SH) pinned Steven Hullender, 2:21;

170 – Garrett Alexander (SD) pinned Hunter Bagley, 2:40;

182 – Blaike Henry (SD) won by forfeit;

195 – Christian Dean (SD) pinned Anhnhes Nguyen, 1:43;

220 – Damian Hayes (SH) pinned Tyler Hixson, :33;

285 – Luke Reno (SD) dec. Ethan Morelock, 7-4.

 

SODDY DAISY 31, MARYVILLE 30

(Match started at 152 Pounds)

106 – Jacob McClure (SD) pinned Tyson Holt, 3:33;

113 – Conner Gavlick (Mary) dec. Mason Blevins, 3-0;

120 – Ron Manks (Mary) pinned Justin Taylor, :52;

126 – Jacob Stevens (SD) major dec. Alan Frisco, 14-5;

132 – Tucker Russo (SD) major dec. Evan Searfoss, 15-5;

138 – Tres Markham (Mary) dec. Alex Oliver, 12-5;

145 – Gene Lewis (Mary) won by forfeit;

152 – Gage Richmond (SD) won by technical fall over Nathan Wilson;

160 – Steven Hullender (SD) pinned Dean Franz, 1:22;

170 – Chad Solomon (Mary) dec. Garrett Alexander, 11-4;

182 – Blaike Henry (SD) pinned Drew Ten Eyck, :48;

195 – Clay Strawn (Mary) dec. Christian Dean, 7-3;

220 – Luke Householder (Mary) dec. Tyler Hixson, 3-1;

285 – Robert Wright (Mary) dec. Luke Reno, 6-0.

 

EAST RIDGE 50, SYCAMORE 27

(Match started at 145 Pounds)

106 – Brandon Waugh (S) won by forfeit;

113 – Austin Henley (S) won by forfeit;

120 – Brandon Whitley (ER) major dec. Seth Douglas, 10-2;

126 – Spencer Griffy (ER) pinned Michael Chandler, :29;

132 – James Eads (S) won by forfeit;

138 – Ramone Bautista (S) won by forfeit;

145 – Robert McAvoy (ER) pinned Devin Kimble, 2:30;

152 – Kendall Small (ER) pinned Nick Sharp, :30;

160 – Mike Binns (S) pinned Tabrin Walker, 1:11;

170 – DeAngelo Johnson (ER) major dec. Peyton Harris, 11-3;

182 – Nakota Culver (ER) pinned Ian Barnes, 3:13;

195 – Brandon Cantrell (ER) pinned Tony Seay, :51;

220 – C.J. Baker (ER) pinned Logan Hayes, :14;

285 – Billy Black (S) dec. Will Garner, 7-5 in overtime.

 

GREENEVILLE 44, EAST RIDGE 36

(Match started at 152 Pounds)

106 – Joseph Campbell (G) won by forfeit;

113 – Cody Creel (G) won by forfeit;

120 – Jon Boatman (G) pinned Elpidio Somaycu, 1:07;

126 – Josh Vance (G) pinned Brandon Whitley, 2:38;

132 – Rob Shelton (G) pinned Spencer Griffy, 1:25;

138 – Robert McAvoy (ER) pinned Alex Perez, 3:11;

145 – Justin Carlson (G) pinned Josh Kilgore, 3:59;

152 – Kendall Small (ER) pinned Jimmy Bowman, 4:29;

160 – DeAngelo Johnson (ER) pinned Walker Brown, :39;

170 – Jared Bond (G) pinned Tabrin Walker, 1:03;

182 – Marshall Brown (G) pinned Nakota Culver, 1:38;

195 – Brandon Cantrell (ER) pinned Zach Reaves, :30;

220 – C.J. Baker (ER) pinned Bryson Knight, :54;

285 – Will Garner (ER) pinned Reese Valk, 1:26.

 

GREENEVILLE 39, HIXSON 31

(Match started at 145 pounds)

106 – Atlas Fagundes (G) pinned Konnor Ziegler, 1:03;

113 – Jon Boatman (G) pinned Travis Roberson, :11;

120 – Grayson Layne (H) pinned Clay Alley;

126 – Josh Vance (G) dec. Steven Sklavenitis, 9-7;

132 – Isaiah Hawthorne (H) pinned Rob Shelton;

138 – Landon Goforth (H) pinned Alex Perez, :27;

145 – Justin Carlson (G) dec. Ameer Jibrin, 4-3;

152 – Nick Peck (H) dec. Dylan Malone, 6-3;

160 – Spencer Waites (H) pinned Walker Brown, 1:43;

170 – Jared Bond (G) dec. Chris Nicholson, 11-4;

182 – Marshall Brown (G) pinned Tarik Twitty, :38;

195 – Zach Reaves (G) pinned Dylan Bargerstock, 1:01;

220 – McKenzie Martin (H) major dec. Bryson Knight, 14-5;

285 – Reese Valk (G) pinned Austin Gilkey, 1:29.

(Email John Hunt at nomarathonmoose@comcast.net)


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