Prep Wrestling: Walker Valley Wins Two, Loses Two

Sunday, January 12, 2020

WALKER VALLEY 45, STONE MEMORIAL 35

106 – Cole Lester (SM) pinned Brett Harris, 2:37;

113 – Joshua Bramlett (WV) won by forfeit;

120 – Aubrey Thomeson (SM) won by technical fall over Alex McCord, 4:00;

126 – David Cantrell (WV) pinned Aidan Benjamin, :59;

132 – Jacob Howe (SM) pinned Andrew Miles, :40;

138 – Jordan Howe (SM) pinned Markus Rich, 5:36;

145 – Zachary Alegria (SM) pinned Jackson Davis, 1:01;

152 – Michael Teasley (WV) pinned Devon Singer, 3:38;

160 – Michael Phipps (SM) pinned Joshua Van Wyk, 1:56;

170 – Caden Decker (WV) pinned Xander Ricks, :44;

182 – Heath Tanksley (WV) won by forfeit;

195 – Kallum Lowe (WV) dec. Doug Howe, 12-6;

220 – Jacob Anderson (WV) pinned Austin Norris, :11;

285 – Jadon Langford (WV) pinned Cameron Garrett, 1:32.

WALKER VALLEY 60, RED BANK 24

106 – Malikhi Johnson (RB) pinned Brett Harris, :56;

113 – Joshua Bramlett (WV) pinned Kyle Harper, 1:53;

120 – Alex McCord (WV) won by forfeit;

126 – Brady Montgomery (WV) pinned Jayce Cordero, :47;

132 – David Cantrell (WV) pinned Wyatt Maharrey, 2:22;

138 – Aidan Maharrey (RB) pinned Markus Rich, :47;

145 – Jackson Davis (WV) won by forfeit;

152 – Michael Teasley (WV) won by forfeit;

160 – Caden Cline (RB) pinned Joshua Van Wyk, 1:16;

170 – Caden Decker (WV) pinned Hayden Tate, 2:27;

182 – John Elbakidze (RB) won by forfeit;

195 – Kallum Lowe (WV) won by forfeit;

220 – Jacob Anderson (WV) pinned Seth Lacy, 2:26;

285 – Jadon Langford (WV) pinned Gabriel Welch, :28.

SUMMITT 48, WALKER VALLEY 28

106 – Cody Agnell (Sum) pinned Brett Harris, :13;

113 – Jackson Masters (Sum) pinned Joshua Bramlett, :54;

120 – Austin Grooters (Sum) pinned Alex McCord, 3:32;

126 – David Cantrell (WV) major dec. Tristan Winters, 14-3;

132 – Maguire Scruggs (Sum) pinned Andrew Miles, 1:01;

138 – Markus Rich (WV) pinned Miguel Lopez, 3:29;

145 – Jack Hill (Sum) dec. Jackson Davis, 8-4;

152 – Miles Grady (Sum) dec. Michael Teasley, 10-8;

160 – Luke Justice (Sum) pinned Joshua Van Wyk, :50;

170 – Caden Decker (WV) won by forfeit;

182 – Joseph Lukens (Sum) won by forfeit;

195 – Kallum Lowe (WV) pinned Maddox Reed, :19;

220 – John Sloan (Sum) pinned Jacob Anderson, 1:31;

285 – Jadon Langford (WV) pinned Ryan Smith, 1:08.

CHATTANOOGA CHRISTIAN 42, WALKER VALLEY 33

106 – Tyler Haga (CCS) pinned Brett Harris, :56;

113 – Joshua Bramlett (WV) dec. A.J. Jolly, 10-6;

120 – Evan Rominger (CCS) dec. Alex McCord, 9-2;

126 – Brady Montgomery (CCS) pinned Eli Sutherland, 1:13;

132 – Ryan Duble (CCS) pinned David Cantrell, 2:13;

138 – Jack Bennett (CCS) dec. Markus Rich, 6-2;

145 – Josh Willing (CCS) pinned Jackson Davis, 3:09;

152 – Michael Teasley (WV) pinned Andrew Adams, 4:42;

160 – Lachlan Brandt (CCS) pinned Joshua Van Wyk, 1:16;

170 – Conrad Bamgarner (CCS) pinned Caden Decker, 3:15;

182 – Jacob Barham (CCS) won by forfeit;

195 – Kallum Lowe (WV) won by forfeit;

220 – Jacob Anderson (WV) pinned Sawyer White, :16;

285 – Jadon Langford (WV) pinned Raymond McDevitt, 1:13.


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