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Lancers win dual tourney

 

Brandon Santell remained unbeaten and his pin in 48 seconds virtually clinched a 40-30 victory over Salem in the finals of the Merrimack Dual Meet Tournament.

Santell and Jon Velilla alternated between 220 and heavyweight as Lawrence won five meets, clipping Melrose 38-33 in the semifinals, to win the tournament and improve to 19-7 on the year.

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Wrestling, 01/19/19 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Pinkerton 3, Springfield Central 0, Windham 0

 

Pinkerton certainly isn't avoiding any of the toughest teams around. The Astros went 1-3 at the Springfield Duals, losing to the No. 1 (Springfield Central) and No. 2 (Shawsheen) teams in Mass. and Vermont power Mount Anthony, the latter by only three points. Sterling McLaughlin was 4-0 at 182 for the Astros, who were without standout Robbie Fahey,  and Walker Stinson was 3-0 at 126.

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Big win for Valentino

 

North Andover standout 126-pounder Joey Valentino hasn't had many tests this year but he got one Saturday and he passed it. In a 48-18 win over Danvers, he wrestled Max Leete, who was third in New England at 113 pounds last year and bumped up a weight to take on Valentino. But Valentino controlled the match and won 3-1 and now stands at 29-0 on the year.

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Central Catholic rolls

 

Lewy Baez (182) and Mando Binet (195) continued their fine seasons with a pair of wins as Central Catholic rolled over Beverly and Concord-Carlisle to improve to 15-1.

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Warriors on rise

 

Andover continued its recent upswing by winning three of four meets, its only loss coming to BC High, 41-36. Elias Maita was 4-0 at 160 and Sean Ballou was 4-0 split between 170 and 182. The Warriors are now 12-7.

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Methuen bounces back

 

Methuen bounced back from its first loss of the season with three resounding wins in a quad-meet. Unbeatend Jarmany Colon and Matt Cabezas both had three first-period pins for the Rangers (17-1), CJ Brown had three pins at 160 and Zabian Cruz bumped to 152 and had a solid 10-5 win over Framingham Holiday finalist Nick Mazzuchelli of St. John’s.

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Step-up victory

 

Sophomore Nate Peabody got an opportunity with the varsity and responded with a second period pin at 126 pounds to highlight Timberlane's 64-6 rout of Exeter.

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Wrestling, 01/17/19 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Baez pulls through

 

 

Lewy Baez prevailed with a 3-2 decision in a key 182-pound match to highlight Central Catholic's 42-22 victory over North Andover. Anthony Mears had a pin with 10 seconds left at heavyweight for the Raiders (13-1). Sean Milovanovic (113) and Jack Carbone (170) had impressive one-point wins for the Knights.

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Wrestling, 01/16/19 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Bouncing back up

Disaster struck when Andover 152-pounder Kelvin Davila was taken down with 13 seconds left in the third period to send his match into overtime. But Davila didn't let it get to his head, and he came back to win his match 9-7 in OT to help the Warriors earn a big 36-29 win over Dracut.

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Pentucket wins crown

 

Surprising Pentucket won its second tournament of the season, edging Spaulding, Vt. by one point to capture the Gionet Tournament in Pelham.

Tyler Knox remained unbeaten to capture the 106-pound title and Jason Young provided more gold with the 182-pound crown. Nic Williamson  (132) and Jacob Codair (220) both came in second.

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Wrestling, 01/12/19 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Timberlane takes title

 

Timberlane ventured out to an old tournament and came in first at the John Gorman Invitational in Cumberland, R.I.

The Owls used their depth, placing eight wrestlers, to pile up 199 points, eight more than runner-up Bristol East. Pinkerton came in fourth with 131 1/2 points and North Andover came in 12th.

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Wrestling, 01/12/19 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Mezidor lifts record

 

Ader Mezidor won all three matches, splitting time betwwen 170 and 182 as Greater Lawrence went 1-2 in a quad-meet at Shawsheein, imroving his record to 21-4 on the year.

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Coyle takes 3rd

 

Andover heavyweight Ethan Coyle took standout Dylan Chandler to the limit in the semifinal, losing 3-2, and then rebounded to take third place at the Woburn Tournament. St. John's Prep won the tournament and the Warriors came in 12th. Elias Maita won four straight matches at 160 to finish fifth and Sean Ballou came in fourth at 170.

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Salem takes 2nd

 

Salem made it close but just fell short of Essex, Vt. in the 17-team Nashua South Invitational, scoring 159 points, just 4 1/2 points behind the winners.

The Blue Devils had three champions in 160-pounder Tristen Cabinta, 195-pounder Beau Dillon and heavyweight Josh Ozoria while Ryan O'Rourke (106) and George Boudreau (126) were both runner-up.

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Brooks wins pair

 

Brooks improved to 9-2 with wins over Noble (44-29) and Portsmouth Abbey (54-25). Pat Scott (132) and Nick Fulgione, both of North Andover, were perfect on the day and junior 113-pounder Tim Riley had an 8-second pin while winning two matches.

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