East Ridge Wrestlers Top Irish, 40-31

James Jabaley Remembered

Friday, January 24, 2014 - by B.B. Branton
Strong Irish Showing for the James Jabaley Family
Strong Irish Showing for the James Jabaley Family
- photo by Notre Dame

The visiting East Ridge Pioneers had pins from Brandon Whitley (126) and C.J. Baker (285) and a major decision from Zach Peters to defeat Notre Dame, 40-31 Thursday night.

Notre Dame had pins from Luke Mullin and Michael Quatrano and technical falls by Noah Bankston and Jared Nelson.

Remembering James Jabaley: Several Notre Dame wrestling alums, including former head coach Yogi Anderson, returned to participate in pre-match ceremonies honoring the memory of three time state champion James Jabaley, who died recently.

East Ridge 40, Notre Dame 31
106 - Robert Owens (ER) dec Ned Warwick (ND) 6 - 0
113 - Luke Mullin (ND) pinned Logan McDonald (ER) 1:32
120 - Jared Nelson (ND) tech falled Josh Williams (ER) 4:45
126 - Brandon Whitley (ER) pinned David Hodges (ND) 2:21
132 - Packy Mullin (ND) dec Spence Griffy (ER) 9 - 3
138 - Justin Hitchcock (ER) dec Casey Brock (ND) 5 - 4
145- Noah Bankston (ND) tech falled Jalyn Allen (ER) 4:11
152 - Zach Peters (ER) maj dec Jonathan Griggs (ND) 10 - 6
160 - Michael Quatrano (ND) pinned Matthew Mapp (ER) 4:30
170 - DeAngelo Johnson (ER) forfeit
182 - Nakota Colver (ER) forfeit
195 - Doug Salvador (ER) forfeit
220 - Chris Hornsby (ND) forfeit
285 - CJ Baker (ER) pinned Hunter Whiting (ND) 1:15


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