Cleveland Wrestlers Blank Heritage, 75-0

Blue Raiders Record Eight Pins In Shutout Over Generals

Thursday, December 7, 2017 - by Special to Chattanoogan.com

The top-ranked Cleveland Blue Raider wrestling team posted a 75-0 victory over the Heritage Generals on Thursday night and used eight pins to secure the lopsided victory.

Jackson Bradford had the quickest as his 113-pound match was over in five seconds.  

Cleveland will return to action on Friday as they host Halls before hosting the ever-competitive Cleveland Duals on Saturday.

CLEVELAND 75, HERITAGE 0

106 -- Trae Bradford (C) dec. Ryan Craft, 4-1;

113 -- Jackson Bradford (C) pinned Jadyn Norton, :05;

120 -- Burns Meagher (C) won by technical fall over Nathan Boatman, 3:47;

126 -- Bryce Pond (C) pinned Antwaun Powell, 1:40;

132 -- Jayce Mullin (C) pinned Tyler Tomey, 2:45;

138 -- Michael Whiteside (C) pinned Josh Shadwick, 3:52;

145 -- Cody Mathews (C) won by technical fall over Garrett Stephens, 4:00;

152 -- Austin Sweeney (C) pinned Seth Ingle, 5:19;

160 -- Zach Brezna (C) dec. Spencer Davies, 8-2;

170 -- Dylan Jones (C) won by technical fall over Joseph Eacret, 2:00;

182 -- Robert Hicks (C) pinned Drake Parker;

195 -- Logan Strickland (C) pinned Zach Brown, 4:30;

220 -- Wilson Benefield (C) pinned Jeffery Curtis, 4:00;

285 -- Titus Swafford (C) won by forfeit.

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