St. Paul’s opens wrestling season with win over Mandeville

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St. Paul’s captured the Division I state wrestling championship in 2020. The Wolves are always a threat on a statewide basis.

That figures to be the case again in 2021.

The Wolves opened the season with a convincing 65-12 over district rival Mandeville Wednesday night.

St. Paul’s took 10 of the 12 matches contested.

Scoring falls for the Wolves were William Charles (106), Cole Mire (120), AJ Bourg (132), Conlan Enk (138), Dane Schumacher (160), Landry Barker (170), Jackson Peak (182) and Nathaniel Thiess (285).

Winning by pin for the Skippers were Cameron Bertoniere (126) and Mason Edwards (145).

St. Paul’s 65, Mandeville 12

Weight Summary
106 William Charles (St. Paul`s) over Jacob Pailet (Mandeville) (Fall 0:00) 6 0
113 Rhett Nastasi (St. Paul`s) over Unknown (For.) 6 0
120 Cole Mire (St. Paul`s) over Robert Sullivan (Mandeville) (Fall 4:00) 6 0
126 Cameron Bertoniere (Mandeville) over Ethan Flanagan (St. Paul`s) (Fall 0:00) 0 6
132 AJ Bourg (St. Paul`s) over Elliot Luker (Mandeville) (Fall 0:00) 6 0
138 Conlan Enk (St. Paul`s) over Gabriel Bergles (Mandeville) (Fall 0:00) 6 0
145 Mason Edwards (Mandeville) over Bray Bertucci (St. Paul`s) (Fall 2:00) 0 6
152 Brycen Dupre` (St. Paul`s) over Maddox Edwards (Mandeville) (MD 14-3) 4 0
160 Dane Schumacher (St. Paul`s) over Miles Edwards (Mandeville) (Dec 7-3) 3 0
170 Landry Barker (St. Paul`s) over Brandon Buster (Mandeville) (Fall 0:00) 6 0
182 Jackson Peak (St. Paul`s) over Gideon Gauthier (Mandeville) (Fall 0:00) 6 0
195 Jared Paulino (St. Paul`s) over Unknown (For.) 6 0
220 Matthew Burmaster (St. Paul`s) over Adam Glendening (Mandeville) (MD 13-1) 4 0
285 Nathaniel Thiess (St. Paul`s) over Keelan Primeaux (Mandeville) (Fall 0:00) 6 0
Team Score: 65 12

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