Bradley Wrestlers Top Walker Valley

Wednesday, January 15, 2014
Fresh from winning the Fandetti-Johnson Brawl this past weekend, visiting Bradley Central wrestlers defeated Region 5 foe Walker Valley, 38-30, Tuesday night.


Bradley Central 38, Walker Valley 30
106 –    Drake Henry (WV)  dec Ryan McElhaney (BC)  7-6
113 –    Toribo Navarro (BC)  pinned Zane Smith (WV) 3:33
120 -     Knox  Fuller (BC) pinned Logan Smith (WV) 5:47
126 -     Hunter Parker (BC) pinned Austin Gregory (WV) 5:56
132 -     Taylor Kazy (BC)  tech E.
J. Johnson (WV) 16-1 4:20
138 -      Stephen Scott (BC)  dec Joseph Munoz (WV)  2-1
145 –     Tyrus Hamrick (WV) pinned Caleb Adkins (BC)   :1:21
152 -     Colter McConnell (BC)  pinned Dante Richardson (WV) 3:28 
160 –     Ryan Hager (WV)  pinned  Greg Wilson (BC)   3:14
170 –     Nathan Adams (BC)  injury default Lawrence Cotton (WV)
182 –     Billy Rulston (WV dec Brett Brown (BC)  2-1
195 –     Ric Kennett (WV) dec  Zach McFarland (BC)  13-11
220 –     Xzayvier Beckingham (WV)  dec Eddie Shalchick (BC) 2-1
 285 –    Zack Miller (WV) pinned JJ Johnson (BC)  :50

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