Windham Jaguars Wrestling '18-'19

Windham caps season


Much improved AJ Suliveras was 3-0 at 160 pounds as Windham swept a quad-meet to improve to 18-10 to end the dual-meet season with an 18-10 record.

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Wrestling, 02/09/19 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Devils roar back


Trailing 24-0, the Salem wrestling team won nine of the next 10 matches to whip Windham 47-30. Tristen Cabinta and Beau Dillon both had pins in the first minute for the Blue Devils, who improved to 19-11.

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Wrestling, 02/06/19 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Owls warm up


Timberlane warmed up for Wednesday's battle of unbeatens at Concord with an easy sweep of a home quad-meet. Improving junior Adam Marquis was 3-0 at 152 with two pins to highlight the day for the Owls, who are now 18-0 and have won 171 straight meets in New Hampshire. Nick Pallaria also had a big day with two pins, one coming over Bishop Guertin standout Zach Rioux. 

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Wrestling, 02/02/19 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Hillies win crown


Haverhill continued knocking off challenges Saturday.

Unbeaten in dual meets, the Hillies captured their second tournament in two weeks with an impressive performance, placing first in the Capital Classic in Concord, N.H. The Hillies won with 171.5 points, just one ahead of Rhode Island power Bishop Hendricken.

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Wrestling, 01/26/19 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Astros end with flurry

Windham 145-pounder Ty Ham pinned his opponent to give the Jaguars a 30-24 lead over Pinkerton, but the Astros won the final five matches between 152-195 pounds — all by pins — to earn a 54-30 win. Sterling McLaughlin had the most impressive pin of the run at 182, pinning his opponent in 42 seconds.

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Wrestling, 01/23/19 » 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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Wrestling, 01/19/19 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Win key matches


Timberlane defeated arguably Windham's three best wrestlers on its way to a 68-6 romp. raising its record to 9-0 and its in-state streak to 165. Already winning 13-4, Nick Pallaria had an impressivepin of Jaguar standout Riley Millette in the third period.

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Wrestling, 01/09/19 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Timberlane in 3rd at Lowell


LOWELL — Timberlane's wrestling team stood in third place Thursday after the first day of the George Bossi Lowell Holiday Tournament.

Surprising Springfield Central stands in first with 105 points followed by Concord (95), Timberlane (93.5) and Mount Anthony (90). Windham is in seventh and Pinkerton is eighth. The Astros, however, have the most quarterfinalists of any team with six.

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Wrestling, 12/27/18 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Millette breaks mark


Senior Riley Millette went 3-0 between 138 and 145 pounds to give him his 134th win, which set the Windham school record breaking the mark held by Mike Tanguay as the Jaguars rolled to a quad-meet sweep of Tewksbury, Beverly and Reading. Sam Verrier, who recently dropped to 106, also was 3-0 as were Payton Sills and Ben Wentworth.

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Wrestling, 12/22/18 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars

Verrier sparks Jaguars


Freshman Sam Verrier recorded the first of six Windham pins, in 53 seconds at 113 pounds, to spark Windham to its third straight win, 48-31 over Keene.

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Wrestling, 12/19/18 » 0 Comments & 0.0 Stars
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