St. Paul’s downs Fontainebleau on the mat
St. Paul’s continued its early season success, defeating Fontainebleau 69-12 Wednesday night.
The Wolves won 10 of the 11 matches contested, winning two others by forfeit while the Bulldogs won a match by forfeit as well.
Scoring falls for St. Paul’s were Conlan Enk (106), Michael Rader (126), Carter Duet (132), Peyton Ward (160), Landry Barker (170), Blain Cascio (182) and Ian Lyons (220).
Winning by pin for Fontainebleau was Darus Harrison (113).
St. Paul’s 69, Fontainebleau 12
106: Conlan Enk (SPTA) over Andrew Bassa (FONT) (Fall)
113: Darus Harrison (FONT) over Christopher Agrillo (STPA) (Fall)
120: Jacob Houser (STPA) over (FONT) (For.)
126: Michael Rader (STPA) over Marlon Gray (FONT) (Fall 0:00)
132: Carter Duet (STPA) over Zachary Webb (FONT) (Fall 0:00)
138: Sean Cripple (STPA) over (FONT) (For.)
145: Grant Nastasi (STPA) over Aiden Guy (FONT) (TF 15-0 2:00)
152: Grant Vicknair (STPA) over Seth Lewis (FONT) (MD 12-1)
160: Peyton Ward (STPA) over Raymond Favaza (FONT) (Fall 0:00)
170: Landry Barker (STPA) over Matthew Cartner (FONT) (Fall 0:00)
182: Blain Cascio (STPA) over Jack Maloy (FONT) (Fall 4:00)
195: Brock Zornes (STPA) over (FONT) (For.)
220: Ian Lyons (STPA) over Mason Walker (FONT) (Fall 0:00)
285: Deven Clawsen (FONT) over (STPA) (For.)
St. Paul’s 69 Fontainbleau 12
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