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  • Bucs begin wrestling season with second-place finish at Polytech Invitational

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    • RESULTS
      1. Polytech – 208.50

      2. Milford – 184.00

      2. William Penn – 184.00

      4. Dover – 166.00

      5. St. Georges Tech – 146.5...
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      RESULTS
      1. Polytech – 208.50
      2. Milford – 184.00
      2. William Penn – 184.00
      4. Dover – 166.00
      5. St. Georges Tech – 146.50
      6. Charter School – 122.00
      7. Woodbridge – 121.00
      8. Delcastle – 89.00
      9. Lake Forest – 83.50
      10. DMA – 80.00
      11. Laurel – 36.00
      12. Seaford – 3.00
       
      Championships
      106lbs Spencer Hahn (Polytech) over Aahmad Jackson (Woodbridge) Decision – 6-2
      113lbs Honey Roddy (William Penn) over Ramere Smith (Delcastle) Decision – 4-1
      120lbs Kody Stevens (Polytech) over Jarek Lugo (Milford) Fall – 3:39
      126lbs Andy Schmeusser (Polytech) over Justin Johnson (Milford) Major Decision – 12-3
      132lbs Jordan Olfus (Dover) over Bart Dalious (Milford) Decision – 10-4
      138lbs Tyreq Nelson (Woodbridge) over Myron Price (Milford) Major Decision – 12-2
      145lbs Lucas Monson (Woodbridge) over John Badger (Milford) Decision – 4-2
      152lbs Willie Davis (Woodbridge) over Nick Padilla (Polytech) Technical Fall – 19-4
      160lbs Michael Albanese (St. Georges Tech) over Brian Thomson (Lake Forest) Major Decision – 19-7
      170lbs Brandon Wolfe (Delcastle) over JT Tharp (St. Georges Tech) Major Decision – 19-7
      182lbs Rocco Hladney (St. Georges Tech) over Daniel Crawford (William Penn) Major Decision – 10-2
      195lbs Mark Mullnack (Polytech) over Joseph Osinubi (Charter School) Fall – 3:39
      220lbs Brandon Dooley (William Penn) over Kyle Graden (St. Georges Tech) Decision 4-2
      285lbs Isaiah Abrams (Dover) over Tim Dooley (William Penn) Fall – 1:30
  • On Saturday, 13 Delaware high schools kicked off their wrestling season at the Polytech Invitational held at Polytech High School in Woodside, Del. The Polytech Panthers took home first place overall with a score of 208.50, followed closely by the Milford Bucs who tied with William Penn for second place with 184.00 total points.
     
    Polytech claimed four different weight class championships on Saturday leading the way toward opening their 2013 season with a team victory.  Individually on Saturday, Spencer Hahn (106lbs), Kody Stevens (120lbs), Andy Schmeusser (126lbs), and Mark Mullnack (195lbs) all were champions of their respective weight classes.
     
    Nick Padilla came in second at 152lbs for the Panthers, while Nathan Jackson (113lbs) and Austin Rains (170lbs) claimed third-place finishes Saturday. Josh Price (132lbs) and Derek Reigle (285lbs) fell in third-place bouts to finish fourth in their weight classes, and Justin Land (220lbs) landed a fall victory over Jonathan Williams of Lake Forest to claim fifth place to round out the Panthers top finishers.
     
    While claiming no weight class championships, the Milford Bucs had a strong performance on the mat Saturday. Five Milford wrestlers, Jarek Lugo (120lbs), Justin Johnson (126lbs), Bart Dalious (132lbs), Myron Price (138lbs), and John Badger (145lbs), finished second in the season’s opening invitational.
    Brian Wynes placed third for the Bucs at 220lbs, while Kenny Vanvorst (170lbs) and Oliver Shockley (195lbs) fell in third-place bouts to finish fourth Saturday.
     
    The Dover Senators placed fourth with 166.00 paced by Jordan Olfus and Isaiah Abrams who both finished first in their respective weight classes. Mike D’Antonio placed in third at 126lbs for the Senators, while Kameron Hackney (145lbs), Josh Sudler (170lbs), and Kojo Sagoe (195lbs) were fifth place finishers. Austin Stanton (120lbs) and Luther Williams (160lbs) rounded out Dover’s top six finishers Saturday.
     
    St. Georges Tech boasted two weight class champions on Saturday, Michael Albanese (160lbs) and Rocco Hladney (182lbs). The Hawks placed fifth on Saturday just over 20 points behind fourth place Dover and William Penn.
     

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