Jesuit downs defending champ Teurlings Catholic, De La Salle in tri-meet

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It was a very good night on the mat for Jesuit.

Just a week after losing a dual meet to defending Division II state champion Teurlings Catholic at Archbishop Shaw, the Blue Jays avenged that defeat Wednesday, edging the Rebels 39-33 at De La Salle.

The Blue Jays also defeated the Cavaliers, a Division III contender, 52-18.

In the win over Teurlings Catholic, Jesuit won seven of the 13 matches in a tightly contested dual.

Scoring falls for Jesuit were Bodi Harris (106), John Michael Bourgeois (113), Chase Haydel (120), Luke Ryan (145), Dennis Dougherty (220) and Joseph Barnett (285).

Winning by pin for Teurlings Catholic was Brennan Boyer (126), Ethan Boudreaux (132) and John Paul Travosos (160).

In the best matches of the dual, Brandt Babineaux of the Rebels downed Luke Columb of Jesuit 9-7 at 138 pounds, Winn McDonald of Jesuit defeated Reid Bourgeois of Teurlings 5-3 at 182 pounds and, at 195 pounds, Eric Levert of the Rebels edged Dominic Loguidice of the Blue Jays 7-6.

In the win over De La Salle, the Blue Jays won nine of the 12 matches contested.

Scoring pins for Jesuit were Bourgeois, Haydel, Ryan, Wyatt Mire (160), Loguidice and Dougherty.

Winning by fall for the Cavaliers was Shane Barbarin (126).

In the best match of the dual, Liam O’Connor of De La Salle edged Columb 3-2 at 138 pounds.

Jesuit 39, Teurlings Catholic 33

Jesuit 52, De La Salle 18

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