Timberlane coach Barry Chooljian was concerned about Nashua North yesterday, but the Owls prevailed 48-25 in a tri-meet at Merrimack to record their 87th straight dual victory in New Hampshire and remain unbeaten on the year at 15-0.
Tyler Fitzpatrick defeated defending state champion and 113-pound Lowell Holiday champ Marcel Laplante with a late reversal at 120 and Tim McLinden (126) and Derek Bohle (132) also had big wins. Jason Kayyal continued his fine wrestling of late with two pins at 170 and Zach Stewart was cited as Wrestler of the Meet against Nashua with a big pin.
Team scores: Timberlane 66, Merrimack 4; Timberlane 48, Nashua North 25
106: Cody Lewis 1-1; 120: Tyler Fitzpatrick 2-0; 126: Tim McLinden 2-0, 2 pins; 132: Derek Bohle 2-0; 138: Ryan Peters 2-0, 2 pins; 145: Dan Scalzo 2-0, 2 pins; 152: Cam Altobelli 1-1; 160: Brian Lonergan 2-0, 2 pins; 170: Jayson Kayyal 2-0, 2 pins; 182: Mike DiGregorio 1-1; 195: Ben Sargent 0-1, Bill White 0-1; 220: Shawn Grenier 2-0, 2 pins; HVY: Zach Stewart 2-0
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