UTC Wrestlers Top Lock Haven, 23-14

Mocs are 2-1 at Va. Duals

Saturday, January 11, 2014

Chattanooga won six of the final seven weight classes in a come from behind 23-14 win against Lock Haven (Pa.) in a consolation match Saturday morning in the Virginia Duals.

UTC (8-4) wrestles Nebraska-Kearney later today with the winner wrestling for fifth place and the loser wrestling for seventh.

Lock Haven (2-7) won the first three weights for an 11-0 lead, but the Mocs won six of the last seven weights for the victory.

Junior Shawn Greevy (149) got the Mocs on the board with an 8-6 overtime win against Macaulay Maldarelli.

UTC took the lead at 15-11 with three straight major decisions by Alex Hudson (157) Corey Mock (165) and Levi Clemons (174).

UTC's John Lampe lost 5-4 at 184, but freshmen Scottie Boykin (197) and Dawson Peck (285)  secured the team win with major decisions.

 Chattanooga 23, Lock Haven 14

125 - Kaleb Lemaire (Lock Haven) over Byron Smith (Chattanooga) Maj 13-5
133 - Cody Wheeler (Lock Haven) over Nick Soto (Chattanooga) Dec 5-3
141 - Daniel Neff (Lock Haven) over Mike Pongracz (Chattanooga) Maj 9-1
149 - Shawn Greevy (Chattanooga) over Macaulay Maldarelli (Lock Haven) SV-1 8-6
157 - Alex Hudson (Chattanooga) over Elias Biddle (Lock Haven) Maj 8-0
165 - Corey Mock (Chattanooga) over Jacob Kemerer (Lock Haven) Maj 12-0
174 - Levi Clemons (Chattanooga) over Travis Moyer (Lock Haven) Maj 12-4
184 - Fred Garcia (Lock Haven) over John Lampe (Chattanooga) Dec 5-4
197 - Scottie Boykin (Chattanooga) over Joseph Rimel (Lock Haven) Maj 16-4
HWT - Dawson Peck (Chattanooga) over Cody Mason (Lock Haven) Maj 9-1

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