Brother Martin finishes second, Holy Cross fourth in Prep Slam
Brother Martin held the lead entering the final session but Jesuit High of Tampa, FL rallied to win the prestigious Prep Slam Wrestling tournament at Atlanta on Saturday.
The Crusaders still finished a strong second while Holy Cross had a good showing, finishing fourth. Jesuit of New Orleans finished ninth while St. Paul’s was 12th.
Three local wrestlers claimed individual titles, including Evan Frost of Holy Cross (106), Mason Massicot of Brother Martin (160) and defending state champion Perry Ganci of Jesuit (285), who won an individual championship for the second straight year in the event.
Brother Martin had three wrestlers place second, including Daniel Croy (132), Alex Duncan (138) and Mack Brown (285). The Crusaders placed eight wrestlers in the top six of the 14 weight classes while Holy Cross had seven who placed in the top six.
Cameron Frost of Holy Cross (170) finished second, along with Sam Dreuil of Jesuit (106).
Prep Slam Team Results
1. Jesuit (Tampa, FL) 230.5
2. Brother Martin 222
3. McCallie School (TN) 204
4. Holy Cross 158.5
5. Baylor School (TN) 148.5
Local Individual Place Finishers
Brother Martin 2nd Place 222 Points
106 Chase Scott 4th
132 Daniel Croy 2nd
138 Alex Duncan 2nd
145 Riley Horvath 4th
160 Mason Massicot 1st
182 Michael Clapp 6th
220 Kyle West 6th
285 Mack Brown 2nd
Holy Cross 4th Place 158.5 Points
106 Evan Frost 1st
113 Jacob Frost 5th
126 Michael Lundin 5th
152 Brady Butler 6th
160 Mason Macaluso 5th
170 Cameron Frost 2nd
182 Caden Mumme 6th
Jesuit 9th Place 106 Points
106 Sam Dreuil 2nd
132 Luke Eccles 6th
285 Perry Ganci 1st
St. Paul’s 12th Place 82 Points
132 Peyton Ward 4th
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