Wrestling: Holy Cross wins in tri-meet at St. Paul’s

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Defending Division I state champion Holy Cross continued its impressive early season on the mat Wednesday, scoring a pair of victories in a tri-meet at St. Paul’s.

The Tigers whipped the Wolves 47-12. Despite the fact that St. Paul’s is considered a prime contender in Division I this season, Holy Cross was simply too good, winning 8 of 12 matches contested and taking the other two by forfeit.

Holy Cross won 10 of 14 matches. Scoring falls for the Tigers were Jacob Frost (106), Logan Heffner (195) and Brady Mailet (285). In the best match of the meet, Caden Mumme of Holy Cross edged Cole Ulfers of St. Paul’s 7-6 at 170 pounds featuring a pair of state championship contenders.

The Tigers handled John Curtis Christian 78-6.

Holy Cross won five of the six matches contested while claiming a slew of forfeit wins. Scoring pins for the Tigers were Stafford Agee, IV (106), Nick Brocato (120), Jake Romig (126), Matthew Gerrets (160) and Spencer Raynes (182). Colton Kendrick (113) got the only points for the Patriots, winning by fall.

In the other dual, St. Paul’s downed John Curtis 57-12.

Covington downed Archbishop Hannan 47-22.

Scoring pins for the Lions were Jailen Wells (113), Cameron Richards (132), Hunter Verret (138), Jarreth Wheeler (145), Christopher Allen (160), Brison Adams (170), Austin Firmin (182) and Aaron Hotard (195).

Winning by fall for the Hawks were Cole Bartlett (106) and Cade Hontiveros (120).

126Brandon Stein (St. Pauls) over Jacob Spahn (Holy Cross) (Dec 9-6)30
132Logan LaCoste (Holy Cross) over Ben Davidson (St. Pauls) (MD 15-5)04
138Cole Houser (St. Pauls) over Mason Macaluso (Holy Cross) (Dec 4-2)30
145Grant Hughes (St. Pauls) over Cameron Frost (Holy Cross) (Dec 10-8)30
152Jared Thieler (St. Pauls) over Brady Butler (Holy Cross) (Dec 6-3)30
160Matthew Gerrets (Holy Cross) over Evan Ulfers (St. Pauls) (Dec 7-3)03
170Caden Mumme (Holy Cross) over Cole Ulfers (St. Pauls) (Dec 7-6)03
182Spencer Rayes (Holy Cross) over Unknown (For.)06
195Logan Heffner (Holy Cross) over Sam Avenel (St. Pauls) (Fall 1:08)06
220Ryan Doody (Holy Cross) over Unknown (For.)06
285Brady Maillet (Holy Cross) over Gavin Patti (St. Pauls) (Fall 3:29)06
106Jacob Frost (Holy Cross) over Michael Rader (St. Pauls) (Fall 4:35)06
113Caruso Signorelli (Holy Cross) over Carter Duet (St. Pauls) (MD 13-1)04
120Michael Lundin (Holy Cross) over Peyton Ward (St. Pauls) (Dec 6-0)03
Team Score:1247
120Nick Brocato (Holy Cross) over Kolbe Golden (John Curtis Christian School) (Fall 4:38)06
126Jake Romig (Holy Cross) over Tyler Herlache (John Curtis Christian School) (Fall 1:53)06
132Logan LaCoste (Holy Cross) over Unknown (For.)06
138Cameron Doyle (Holy Cross) over Unknown (For.)06
145Kyle Kiefer (Holy Cross) over Unknown (For.)06
152Cody Campbell (Holy Cross) over Unknown (For.)06
160Matthew Gerrets (Holy Cross) over Peyton Matherne (John Curtis Christian School) (Fall 2:39)06
170Anthony Sciambra (Holy Cross) over Unknown (For.)06
182Spencer Rayes (Holy Cross) over Joha Anderson (John Curtis Christian School) (Fall 4:47)06
195Hayden Brodnax (Holy Cross) over Unknown (For.)06
220Cole Baiamonte (Holy Cross) over Unknown (For.)06
285Brady Maillet (Holy Cross) over Unknown (For.)06
106Stafford Agee, IV (Holy Cross) over Sean King (John Curtis Christian School) (Fall 3:31)06
113Colton Kendrick (John Curtis Christian School) over Gatlin Klein (Holy Cross) (Fall 5:18)60
Team Score:678
winning team John Curtis Christian School Holy Cross
132Ben Davidson (St. Pauls) over Unknown (For.)60
138Cole Houser (St. Pauls) over Unknown (For.)60
145Grant Hughes (St. Pauls) over Unknown (For.)60
152Jackson Luscy (St. Pauls) over Unknown (For.)60
160Peyton Matherne (John Curtis Christian School) over Kristian McHugh (St. Pauls) (Dec 7-5)03
170Cole Ulfers (St. Pauls) over Unknown (For.)60
182Joha Anderson (John Curtis Christian School) over Matthew Gros (St. Pauls) (Fall 0:52)06
195Sam Avenel (St. Pauls) over Unknown (For.)60
285Gavin Patti (St. Pauls) over Unknown (For.)60
106Sean Cripple (St. Pauls) over Sean King (John Curtis Christian School) (Fall 0:54)60
113Jack Ballard (St. Pauls) over Colton Kendrick (John Curtis Christian School) (Dec 9-6)30
120Peyton Ward (St. Pauls) over Kolbe Golden (John Curtis Christian School) (Fall 3:05)60
126Tyler Herlache (John Curtis Christian School) over Nicholas Raspino (St. Pauls) (Dec 8-4)03
Team Score:5712
106Cole Bartlett (Archbishop Hannan High School) over Ethan Cancienne (Covington) (Fall 1:49)06
113Jaelin Wells (Covington) over Matthew Scheuermann (Archbishop Hannan High School) (Fall 3:26)60
120Cade Hontiveros (Archbishop Hannan High School) over Justin Basse (Covington) (Fall 1:35)06
126David Diecidue (Archbishop Hannan High School) over Unknown (For.)06
132Cameron Richards (Covington) over Brennan Ammari (Archbishop Hannan High School) (Fall 2:22)60
138Hunter Verret (Covington) over James Geiger (Archbishop Hannan High School) (Fall 0:59)60
145Jarreth Wheeler (Covington) over Evan Brouillette (Archbishop Hannan High School) (Fall 0:55)60
152Deionisio Talbot (Archbishop Hannan High School) over Avery Verret (Covington) (Dec 10-7)03
160Christopher Allen (Covington) over Wyatt Coffey (Archbishop Hannan High School) (Fall 3:23)60
170Brison Adams (Covington) over Mark Pennison (Archbishop Hannan High School) (Fall 3:40)60
182Austin Firmin (Covington) over David Duplechain (Archbishop Hannan High School) (Fall 0:11)60
195Aaron Hotard (Covington) over Fredrich Rabensteiner (Archbishop Hannan High School) (Fall 0:43)60
220Brian Vincent (Archbishop Hannan High School) over Unknown (For.)06
285Double Forfeit00
Team Score:4827
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