Bradley Central, McCallie Claim Wrestling Titles

Saturday, February 1, 2003

Bradley Central and McCallie won state wrestling dual championships Saturday in Clarksville.

Bradley Central won the Division I title with a 42-24 win over Soddy-Daisy.

McCallie edged Father Ryan 33-29 for the Division II title.

The state individuals will begin in two weeks at UTC.

Division I Finals:

Bradley Central 42, Soddy Daisy 24

145 - Michael Creagan (BC) m.d. Will Phillips (SD) 13-4; 152 - Dustin Catlett (BC) p. Brandon Thurman (SD) 0:59; 160 - Quinn Gibson (BC) p. Shaun Phillips (SD) 2:29; 171 - Bryant Blackmon (BC) t.f. Ryan Shipley (SD) 16-1; 189 - Paul Campbell (SD) d. Josh Cooper (BC) 7-3; 215 - Shawn Grady (BC) d. Drew Henderson (SD) 3-2; 275 - Matt Bailey (BC) d. Trey Smith (SD) 6-0; 103 - Blake Tinsley (BC) p. Eric Turner (SD) 1:52; 112 - Shawn Cordell (BC) t.f. Ryan Fuller (SD) 15-0; 119 - Kyle James (SD) p. Nick Ballard (BC) 2:46; 125 - Chris Brown (SD) d. Mark Fuller (BC) 7-0; 130 - Jake West (BC) m.d. Tyler Ferris (SD) 21-11; 135 - John Lane (SD) p. Jesse Baker (BC) 3:50; 140 - Craig Potter (SD) p. Billy Herbold (BC) 3:18.

Division II Finals:

McCallie 33, Father Ryan 29

145 - Justin Blair (Mc) p. Matt Morales (Ryan) 1:50; 152 - Ryan Scott (Mc) t.f. Matt Clark (Ryan) 21-6; 160 - Adam Stark (Ryan) d. Lee Connell (Mc) 6-0; 171 - Prescott Weldon (Ryan) d. Steven Levitt (Mc) 6-5; 189 - Flynt Rudolph (Mc) d. Jes Greenwood (Ryan) 8-5; 215 - Tom Hoover (Ryan) d. Charles Green (Mc) 4-3; 275 - Chris Lomas (Ryan) p. (Mc) Xan Martin 0:34; 103 - Whitt Dunning (Ryan) m.d. Michael White (Mc) 11-1; 112 - Jimmy Hiller (Ryan) m.d. Madison Roberts (Mc) 12-2; 119 - Cody Cleveland (Mc) m.d. Frank Mondelli (Ryan) 15-3; 125 - Jack Silberman (Mc) t.f. Charlie Oddo (Ryan) 16-1; 130 - Raymond Dunning (Ryan) wins by forfeit; 135 - Andrew Smith (Mc) m.d. Jared Medlen (Ryan) 17-8; 140 - Nicholas Myers (Ryan) p. Spencer Manley (Mc) 2:40.
Montgomery Bell Academy 39, Notre Dame 27

Division II Consolation

MBA 39 Notre Dame 27

145 - Alex Hall (MBA) d. Wesley Watkins (ND) 4-0; 152 - John Kranske (ND) p. David Donlon (MBA) 1:40; 160 - Mac Kelly (MBA) d. Matt Knabb (ND) 6-4; 171 - Blake Luttrell (MBA) d. Joey Appleby (ND) 7-4; 189 - Blake Goodman (MBA) p. Charlie Stinchfield (ND) 1:36; 215 - Ian Thornhill (MBA) p. Ian Meredith (ND) 3:29; 275 - Seth Cooper (MBA) p. Drew Wanat (ND) 1:10; 103 - Michael Rawn (ND) m.d. Ben Bellett (MBA) 9-1; 112 - William Simpson (MBA) m.d. Eric Hines (ND) 14-2; 119 - Matt Francis (MBA) m.d. Andrew Wilson (ND) 10-0; 125 - James Dade (MBA) m.d. Daniel Rawn (ND) 12-2; 130 - James Hayduk (ND) t.f. Brent Herron (MBA) 15-0; 135 - Sam St. Charles (ND) wins by default over Chris Woolsey (MBA); 140 - Cullom Boyd (ND) p. Will Dixon (MBA) 1:50.



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