De La Salle beats Grace King, Haynes in wrestling tri-meet

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Two-time defending Division III state champion De La Salle is mounting momentum heading toward the state tournament next month at Bossier City.

The Cavaliers downed Grace King 60-21 Wednesday night at De La Salle.

Their were only five matches contested, with the Cavaliers winning three of those. Scoring pins for De La Salle were Fisher Rojas (152), Ryan Hamrick (170) and Jacques Juneau (182). Winners for the Fighting Irish were Christian Ledet (120) and Roberto Rivero (285), who won by fall. De La Salle won the other nine matches by forfeit.

It was much of the same as the Cavaliers downed Haynes 66-6 with De La Salle winning two of the three matches contested and taking the other 11 by forfeit.

Scoring pins for the Cavaliers were Gevohni Galghou (145) and Coedy Fonseca (195). Thomas Gaffney (160) won by fall for the Yellow Jackets.

Covington won a dual with a team of reserves from Holy Cross by a 48-27 margin.

The two sides split the eight matches contested with the Lions winning the dual by claiming forfeits in the other six weight classes.

All four victories for Covington were by fall, including Hunter Verret (138), Avery Verret (145), Christopher Allen (152) and Brison Adams (160). Scoring pins for the Tigers were Dylan Lauriano (106), Charles Sauerwin, III (120) and Hayden Broadnax (145).

De La Salle 60, Grace King 21

106Zachary Lauland (DeLaSalle) over Unknown (For.)06
113Austin Davis (Grace King) over Unknown (For.)60
120Christian S. Ledet (Grace King) over Jamar Brown (DeLaSalle) (SV-1 5-3)30
126Jeremy Dionisio (Grace King) over Unknown (For.)60
132Grant Gebo (DeLaSalle) over Unknown (For.)06
138Jacob Angelo (DeLaSalle) over Unknown (For.)06
145Gevohni Galghou (DeLaSalle) over Unknown (For.)06
152Fisher Rojas (DeLaSalle) over Gavin Fitzmorris (Grace King) (Fall 2:00)06
160Patrick Krake (DeLaSalle) over Unknown (For.)06
170Ryan Hamrick (DeLaSalle) over Eduan Portillo (Grace King) (Fall 2:00)06
182Jacques Juneau (DeLaSalle) over Michael Evo (Grace King) (Fall 2:00)06
195Coedy Fonseca (DeLaSalle) over Unknown (For.)06
220Alex Ormond (DeLaSalle) over Unknown (For.)06
285Roberto Rivero (Grace King) over Donte` Lewis (DeLaSalle) (Fall 2:00)60
Team Score:2160

De La Salle 66, Haynes 6

106Zachary Lauland (DeLaSalle) over Unknown (For.)60
113Double Forfeit00
120Jamar Brown (DeLaSalle) over Unknown (For.)60
126Double Forfeit00
132Grant Gebo (DeLaSalle) over Unknown (For.)60
138Jacob Angelo (DeLaSalle) over Unknown (For.)60
145Gevohni Galghou (DeLaSalle) over Ryley Nauck (Haynes Academy) (Fall 0:00)60
152Fisher Rojas (DeLaSalle) over Unknown (For.)60
160Thomas Gaffney (Haynes Academy) over Patrick Krake (DeLaSalle) (Fall 0:00)06
170Ryan Hamrick (DeLaSalle) over Unknown (For.)60
182Jacques Juneau (DeLaSalle) over Unknown (For.)60
195Coedy Fonseca (DeLaSalle) over Ahmed El-Desoky (Haynes Academy) (Fall 0:00)60
220Alex Ormond (DeLaSalle) over Unknown (For.)60
285Donte` Lewis (DeLaSalle) over Unknown (For.)60
Team Score:666
106Dylan Lauriano (Holy Cross) over Drew Achary (Covington) (Fall 1:02)06
113Gatlin Klein (Holy Cross) over Jaelin Wells (Covington) (Dec 10-4)03
120Charles Sauerwin III (Holy Cross) over Justin Basse (Covington) (Fall 2:29)06
126Amari Clark (Holy Cross) over Unknown (For.)06
132Cameron Richards (Covington) over Unknown (M. For.)60
138Hunter Verret (Covington) over Colin Clement (Holy Cross) (Fall 1:21)60
145Avery Verret (Covington) over Kade Morgan (Holy Cross) (Fall 1:17)60
152Christopher Allen (Covington) over Cody Campbell (Holy Cross) (Fall 1:23)60
160Brison Adams (Covington) over Colin Wibel (Holy Cross) (Fall 0:54)60
170Austin Firmin (Covington) over Unknown (For.)60
182Aaron Hotard (Covington) over Unknown (For.)60
195Hayden Brodnax (Holy Cross) over Allen Pennington (Covington) (Fall 3:27)06
220Double Forfeit00
285Corey Donovan (Covington) over Unknown (For.)60
Team Score:4827
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