Brother Martin rolls to team wrestling title at Louisiana Classic
The Brother Martin express continues to roll.
The Crusaders marched over all opponents to win the Louisiana Classic Saturday at the Lamar Dixon Expo Center in Gonzales by a comfortable margin. New Orleans Division I powers dominated the event with Jesuit finishing second, Holy Cross third and St. Paul’s fourth.
Brother Martin finished with 278 points with Jesuit totaling 186 points. Holy Cross was third with 158 points and St. Paul’s fourth with 152.5 points.
The Crusaders had individual champions on Connor Hoffman (106), Daniel Croy (126), Patrick Evans (145) and Mack Brown (285). The Crusaders had a a pair of second-place finishers in Luke Cotton (132) and Alex Duncan (138).
Jesuit has a pair of individual champions in Paul Treuting (160) and Perry Ganci (220). Rayne also had two winners, including Cooper Simon (120) and Tyler Carrier (195).
Other locals winning individual titles included Blake Mateu of Archbishop Rummel (113) and Cole Houser of St. Paul’s (138).
Here are the individual title match results and final team scores from the Louisiana Classic:
106—Connor Hoffman (BM) over Carter Duet (SPS) fall (1:27)
113—Blake Mateu (RUM) dec. Alexander Youkabaitis (SLC) 5-3
120—Cooper Simon (RAY) over Michael Lundin (HC) fall (:35)
126—Daniel Croy (BM) dec. Ethan Pickren (SWH) 3-2
132—Gavin Christ (BAS) dec. Luke Cotton (BM) 5-0
138—Cole Houser (SPS) over Alex Duncan (BM) 5-2
145—Patrick Evans (BM) over Matthew Matherne (OCS) 11-4
152—Ingram (LO) over Grant Hughes (SPS) 8-3
160—Paul Treuting (JES) over Martin Garrett (Shaw) TF (16-1)
170—Jacob Fereday (CHS) over Caden Mumme (HC) fall (2:58)
182—Dane Harter (STMA) over Thomas Arseneaux (JES) 9-2
195—Tyler Carriere (RAY) over Gavin Bonnila (MCK) 5-2
220—Perry Ganci (JES) over Wesley Brady (ZACH) fall (1:16)
285—Mack Brown (BM) over Jordan Campbell (EA) 6-1
|8||De La Salle||102.0|
|20||St. Michael the Archangel||51.0|
|21||South Walton (FL)||49.0|
|24||St. Louis Catholic||46.0|
|27||John Curtis Christian||39.5|
|31||Houston Strake Jesuit College Prep (TX)||34.5|
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