Thursday, January 24, 2013
The Green Wave wrestling team won its match with rival Fort Dorchester Wednesday in convincing fashion.
Summerville won 10 out of 14 weight classes, picking up bonus points in four, to claim a 39-15 victory on its home mat.
Strategy came into play as Chad Wood, the top-ranked wrestler for his class, and Anthony Collins, ranked fourth for his class, both made weight in a lower class and picked up big wins for Summerville. Wood won the 145-pound match by pin fall and Collins earned bonus points for the Wave with a major decision at 152.
Meanwhile, Summerville’s James Sass earned a pin at 106 and the Wave’s Tyler Fachko won by technical fall at 120.
The Wave also pulled off some outright upsets. Marc Templeton earned a 7-5 decision at 134 over DaQuan Buksha, the fourth ranked wrestler for the class. At 184, Austin Walters defeated eighth-ranked Joseph Hutchinson.
Fort Dorchester’s only bonus points came in the heavyweight division, where Tyese McDonald won by pin fall.
However, three of Summerville’s decisions came by only a two-point margin and one was by a one-point margin. Two of the Patriots decisions came by a three-point margin.
Summerville 39, Fort Dorchester 15
106: James Sass (S) p. Dominic Leonardi; 113: Tyre Wright (F) d. Justin Connelly 10-5; 120: Tyler Fachko (S) tf. Devon Wernet 19-4; 126: Gavin Perkins (S) d. Trevour Johnson 13-7; 132: Marc Templeton (S) d. DaQuan Buksha 7-5; 138: Daniel Smith (S) d. Charles Washington 6-0; 145: Chad Wood (S) p. Logan Encarnacion; 152: Anthony Collins md. A.J. Alford 13-2: 160: Austin Ziliak (F) d. Koree Morgan 10-7; 170: Kyle Sullivan (S) d. Jacob Hutchinson 8-6; 182: Austin Walters (S) d. Joseph Hutchinson 3-2; 195: Adam Blocker (S) d. Quandre Chisolm 6-4; 220: Juwan Roper (F) d. Julian Gibbs 6-3; 285: Tyese McDonald (F) p. Trey Privette.
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