Prep Wrestling: Host Blue Tornado Leads McCallie Invitational

Woodland in Second,Soddy Daisy Third

Saturday, December 16, 2017 - by B.B Branton

On the  strength of placing six wrestlers in Saturday morning’s semifinals the host Blue Tornado is in first place in the McCallie Wrestling Invitational with 110.5 points followed by Woodland in second with 99.5 points and Soddy Daisy (93) in third in the 35 team field

North Hall (82) is fourth and Sonoraville (81.5) is fifth)

Trackwrestling.com – brackets and all results are updated throughout the day.  Matches for first, third and fifth places start at 3:30 p.m.

Championship Semis 11 a.m.

 McCallie’s six semifinalists are Jack Braman (106), Emory Taylor (113), Alex Whitworth (126), Thomas Sell (170), Walker Robinson (195), River Henry (295) along with four wrestlers in the consolations.

Woodland’s three wrestlers in the semis are Caden McCrary (113), Kyle Gollhofer120) and Cody Cochran (160) along with seven wrestlers in the consolations

Other teams in the top 10 with wrestlers in the semis

Sonoraville (4): Eli Knight (106), Tyler Hunt (132), Trevor Burdick (138) John Knight (195) … 5 in the consolations

Soddy Daisy (3): Tony Wilson (152), Hayden Manor (170) Ty Boeck (220) … 7 in the consolations

West Laurens (3): Logan McGowan (132), Ben Deal (182) Joseph Horne (285) … 6 in the consolations

Dalton (3): Hunter Nolan (120), Jaxon Wells (138), Malik Coleman (160) … 5 in the consolations

Cass (2): Tripp Breeden (220), Seven Richards (285)… 6 in the consolation

North Hall (2) Mathew Glenn (126) and John Pedraza (132) … 9 in the consolations

Hewitt Trussville (2): Stone Barden (138), Conner Smith (152) … 6 in the consolations

Oak Mountain (2): Sullivan Tipton (126) Barrett Blakely (170) … 6 in the consolations

Top 10 - semifinalists in ( )

 1. McCallie  - 110.5, (6)

2 Woodland - 99.5 (3)

3. Soddy Daisy -  93 (3)

4. North Hall - 82 (2)

5.Sonoraville – 81.5 (4)

6. West Laurens – 78 (3)

7. Dalton – 72 (3)

8. Cass – 70.5 (2)

9. Hewitt-Trussville – 68 (2)

10. Oak Mountain – 66 (2)

contact B.B. Branton at williambranton1962@gmail.com

 


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