Jesuit, De La Salle score wrestling dual meet wins

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A pair of teams that figure to be contenders for state honors in February at Bossier City scored solid dual meet wins Wednesday evening.

Jesuit went to Baton Rouge and whipped Catholic High 45-21.

The Blue Jays won eight of the 12 matches contested. Scoring pins for the Blue Jays were Ben Drevil (120), Andrew Fugetta (152) and Perry Ganci (285). For the Bears, Hunter Goodson (113), A.J. Sabine (138) and Ben Bordelon (182) won by fall.

De La Salle edged Bonnabel 37-33.

Scoring pins for De La Salle were George Carr (152), Coedy Fonseca (182), along with Hunter Sylve (138) in an exhibition match. For Bonnabel, Christian Che (160) and Henry White, IV (195) scored falls.

Jesuit heads to Santa Rosa Beach, Florida for the Border Wars Tournament this weekend at South Walton High School while the Cavaliers will compete in the George Trygg Invitational this weekend at Grace King High School.

Here are your results from both dual meets:

WeightSummaryCABRJESU
106Max Holmes (Jesuit) over Gavin Schwartz (Catholic Br) (MD 18-4)04
113Hunter Goodson (Catholic Br) over Tony Serio (Jesuit) (Fall 0:00)60
120Ben Drevil (Jesuit) over Luke Romano (Catholic Br) (Fall 0:00)06
126Luke Battaglia (Jesuit) over Peter Kelly (Catholic Br) (MD 15-7)04
132Luke Eccles (Jesuit) over Martin Helouin (Catholic Br) (MD 19-6)04
138A.J. Sabine (Catholic Br) over Jack Ehrhardt (Jesuit) (Fall 0:00)60
145Adam Larriviere (Jesuit) over Kade Fouts (Catholic Br) (Dec 7-3)03
152Andrew Fugetta (Jesuit) over Ian Wyble (Catholic Br) (Fall 0:00)06
160Nathan Koenig (Jesuit) over Macullen Mire (Catholic Br) (Fall 0:00)06
170Jacob Fereday (Catholic Br) over Paul Treuting (Jesuit) (Dec 8-2)30
182Ben Bordelon (Catholic Br) over Darren Ferrier (Jesuit) (Fall 0:00)60
195Thomas Arseneaux (Jesuit) over Unknown (For.)06
220Double Forfeit00
285Perry Ganci (Jesuit) over Taajuddeen Abdul-Salaam (Catholic Br) (Fall 0:00)06
Team Score:2145
WeightSummaryBONNDELA
145Yader Vindel (Bonnabel) over Jacob Angelo (DeLaSalle) (Dec 8-4)30
152Charles Carr (DeLaSalle) over Bryant Griffin (Bonnabel) (Fall 2:42)06
160Christian Che (Bonnabel) over Alexander Brandt (DeLaSalle) (Fall 1:12)60
170Patrick Krake (DeLaSalle) over Unknown (For.)06
182Coedy Fonseca (DeLaSalle) over Anthony Pellerano (Bonnabel) (Fall 0:16)06
195Henry White IV (Bonnabel) over Alex Ormond (DeLaSalle) (Fall 3:29)60
220Malik Smith (Bonnabel) over Unknown (For.)60
285Double Forfeit00
106Chad Baradell (Bonnabel) over Unknown (For.)60
113Sergio Maldonado (Bonnabel) over Zachary Lauland (DeLaSalle) (Fall 1:17)60
120Jamar Brown (DeLaSalle) over Fernando Mayorga (Bonnabel) (Dec 10-4)03
126Jeffrey Hefner (DeLaSalle) over Unknown (For.)06
132Grant Gebo (DeLaSalle) over Catarino Salazar (Bonnabel) (MD 13-2)04
138Gareth Martinez (DeLaSalle) over Unknown (For.)06
145Exhibition: Yader Vindel (Bonnabel) over Gevohni Galghou (DeLaSalle) (Fall 0:31)00
138Exhibition: Hunter Sylve (DeLaSalle) over Catarino Salazar (Bonnabel) (Fall 1:45)00
Team Score:333
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